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Wednesday, January 08, 2014
Razer Introduces The Most Modular PC Concept Design


Razer anounced at CES a concept of what promises to be the world's most modular gaming system, Project Christine.

Given the technical complexities of PC hardware, only the most hardcore enthusiasts have been able to customize and upgrade their PC desktop systems.

Project Christine is a new concept design that will allow any user to build and customize his or her PC in any configuration without any prior technical knowledge. Further, as new upgrades come to the market, the same PC can be easily upgraded without additional technical assistance and without the fear of incompatibility or obsolescence.

Project Christine?s modular design allows users to easily build their PCs by allowing them to select and install modules on-the-fly, whether it?s a CPU, GPU, or memory and storage configuration. The PCI-Express architecture of Project Christine automatically syncs components. For instance, if you need more graphics processing power or storage, you can slot-in additional graphics modules and add more storage by either swapping-out the existing storage drives or adding more modules. Project Christine is also able to run multiple operating systems that the user may require.



Modules connected to the PCI-Express backbone can be added in any order or combination, featuring up to quad-SLI graphics, multiple SSD and RAID storage components, I/O and even power supplies.

The cable-less design of each sealed module is entirely self-contained and features active liquid cooling and noise cancelation, which allows Razer to factory overclock components without voiding warranties. The system also features a touch-screen LCD display that indicates control and maintenance information.

Product features:

- Fully modular design for perpetual, cable-less customization
- PCI-Express architecture
- Open operating system platform
- Factory overclocked components
- Self-contained modules with active liquid cooling and noise cancelation
- Quad SLI capable
- SSD + RAID 5 HDD Array
- LED touchscreen control display




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