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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by warzen91, Jan 27, 2016.
Is this still under development?..
On @Min-Liang Tan's AMA he teased us saying that it's one of the reasons for the Razer x Lenovo collab.
That collab means nothing, haha. And it's weird why they collab with Lenovo
This could cause a revolution in the gaming industry.
What did you mean by that?
This seems like it should have been the project name for a Razer self driving car...
Wow this is amazing . Perfect!
I think we will hear more from this device in the future, but i don´t think it will be within the next year or two
Even now this project would be impossible to do. We have to wait at least for 9 nm process technology. There is no way that Razer can put GPU and CPU with good performance into that "long box". Everything should be water cooled, even with that, it is impossible
And imagine the prices. Price of gpu + money for razer. It would be insane unprofitable.
This one is less likely to happen in the near future. For this to happen computer parts manufacture should make one that will fit on those slots. They wouldn't give their technology to razer of course they will lose profit
Actually this wouldn't be too difficult to pull off. Just look at the Core and the fact an ultrabook suddenly becomes a beast of a gaming PC through that little USB-C cable.
This isn't just a pipe dream. It's day will come...
It can be done but you need companies to tie up with razer to make this happen. That's why they released this "concept". To attract companies to help this idea become a reality. I didn't say it won't happen at all.
It will be a long wait, haha. But the current semi conductor technology is evolving so fast, so, I just assume this product will be launched earlier.
Run your own game server lol
Hopefully that tower allows for a multi gpu setup.
Yah what happened to it?
what is it ?
Project Christine was a concept released in 2014. More like a modular tower where u can put and remove parts like lego. the image above tells how it would look like.
While involvement from other companies would be awesome, Razer (and Lenovo) could design those docking parts without the help of others in the industry. Think of each docking part as an external version of whatever is in the dock and the dock itself is a USB-C (probably something with more throughput though, maybe multiple USB-C channels?) hub with an additional power terminal for stuff like GPUs/CPUs. We already have modular PSUs, and external GPUs and HDDS. USB already gives us hot swappable Ethernet/WiFi, Speakers, Microphones, etc...
The CPU board could be something like a microATX or something custom that's small enough to fit inside one of their docking containers things.
I dunno, it's obviously still a ways out, but I don't think they need other manufactures on board. So long as they design it in such a way that you can stick any GPU in one of the containers (like the Core), and stick any HHD in any of the other containers, it's basically just a beefier version of the old PCMCIA cards right?
Im not against this project. I actually wanted it to happen. if Nvdia and AMD can design GPU as powerful as GTX 980 with a side of an HDD. You see the concept is like Lego block. you want to upgrade GPU pull your old GPU put the new one just like a LEGO. Upgrade your ram without the need to open the case. A docking system is good but it beats the purpose of the motherboard.
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