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Razer Core

Discussion in 'Systems' started by CrimsonGames, Feb 6, 2016.

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  1. crimson69969

    crimson69969 Member

    I have a question, do you need a laptop for the razer core to function? Or can you use it as an actual desktop?
     
  2. Psyjin

    Psyjin Well-Known Member

    Hi there. Not exactly sure what you mean by using the Core as an actual desktop. The Razer Core is just a box that holds a power supply, USB hub, and a desktop GPU (like the GTX 980 for example). If you just plug a monitor and some peripherals into it like you would with an actual desktop, it's still missing the CPU (and other components that a computer needs to run).
     
  3. pmai7

    pmai7 Active Member

    I would say you need a laptop for the Core.
     
  4. Predator5

    Predator5 Well-Known Member

    Sorry, BUT HOW THE HELL CAN IT BE USED AS A DESKTOP?
     
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  5. YuenX

    YuenX Member

    No, you need a laptop with thunderbolt 3 connector.
    The razer core is a external desktop graphic container, with thunderbolt 3 you can connect it to your laptop to get a desktop graphics potencial in a laptop, since the biggest problem for a gamer laptop is a great graphics card.
     
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