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TOMAHAWK GAMING DESKTOP | Compact. Modular. Performance.

  • 4 December 2020
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Rethink what a rig should be with the Razer Tomahawk Gaming Desktop - a new breed of gaming chassis that defies all expectations of a traditional desktop build. https://www.razer.com/tomahawk

Built off Intel's NUC architecture, the Tomahawk's unique modular design allows for seamless upgrades and customizability with performance that rivals full-size PCs without taking up as much space. Learn more: https://www.razer.com/tomahawk

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mhorga
quick question: this amazing modular desktop is now two Intel generations behind (9 vs 11). is the NUC upgradable if I want to have Intel gen11 later on?

im also curious if razer are updating it or if they are going to sell the nuc compute element 11 seperate to upgrade the tomahawk yourself

according to the intel website the nuc 11 is already launched in Q1 2021,

https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/products/docs/boards-kits/nuc/elements/nuc-elements/nuc-elements-decision-tree-tech-specs.html

according to this pdf, the nuc 11(U series) is not recommended for gaming,
because there is no H series version of the nuc 11(razer tomahawk uses this)

we will have to wait until Intel makes an H series NUC 11 to upgrade to 11th gen intel CPU
Intel now has the NUC 11 Extreme Compute Element up on their website LINK - which indicates the retail release is imminent. Also, The Verge and PC Mag posted articles reviewing "beast canyon." As such, I want to buy the Tomahawk, but I want to know if Razer plans to refresh the NUC 9 with the NUC 11 Extreme i9 for Q4 release?

Any indication on this would be well received as no one cares to drop the cash to pay retail for old tech.

Cheers!
Also extremely interested in wanting an 11th gen NUC in the Tomahawk. Not wanting to pay for a 9th gen, which is 2+ years old already, for my new gaming rig!
Dekades


Rethink what a rig should be with the Razer Tomahawk Gaming Desktop - a new breed of gaming chassis that defies all expectations of a traditional desktop build. https://www.razer.com/tomahawk

Built off Intel's NUC architecture, the Tomahawk's unique modular design allows for seamless upgrades and customizability with performance that rivals full-size PCs without taking up as much space. Learn more: https://www.razer.com/tomahawk

THIS LOOKS AWESOME
Dekades


Rethink what a rig should be with the Razer Tomahawk Gaming Desktop - a new breed of gaming chassis that defies all expectations of a traditional desktop build. https://www.razer.com/tomahawk

Built off Intel's NUC architecture, the Tomahawk's unique modular design allows for seamless upgrades and customizability with performance that rivals full-size PCs without taking up as much space. Learn more: https://www.razer.com/tomahawk


Hello, First post. I want to get the tomahawk mini case for my new build but I want to use Corsairs iCue's Lighting system for my cooler and stuff. The only thing is I don't want the Chroma lights to be out of sync with my rig. Is there a way to connect the case lights to iCue or do I need to go for another case?
one day ill have to get one to give it a try and see how it works, hey maybe it be a giveaway on stream one day
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