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[Razer] Concept Project Christine

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Razer's big reveal at CES, later today!
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FULLY MODULAR - MIXING AND MATCHING THE PIECES

Project Christine is a revolutionary new concept design that allows users to build and customize PCs in any configuration without any prior technical knowledge.

Choose any module on-the-fly in any combination, whether it’s the CPU, memory, graphics card, storage or power supply module, and simply plug it in. The PCI-Express architecture of Project Christine automatically syncs the components.

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post #2 of 142
DOA. Enthusiasts wont want to be tied to paying more money for the same performance with less configuration options and people who buy Alienware systems wont want the hassle of "doing it themselves."
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Nice, but 100% pure fantasy.
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It's actually a nice concept but you would be 100% tied into buying these razer modules and who knows what they'd offer. Resale value on the modules would be close to nothing and your whole computer could become an outdated brick if they cease production.
post #5 of 142
So this is for people that want a PC that they can customize.. only to have them become true DIY'ers.. to then only SHUN this project because it will be overpriced for the hardware you get?


way to go..
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Cooling is prolly horrible!
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Looks like Thermaltake Level 10. Which sucks.
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This isn't really needed, building a PC is already incredibly simple.
Buying this is like buying a lego set of 100 pieces already assembled into 5 main pieces and putting those together, the fun of buying lego is that you get to build it all.
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post #9 of 142
It's a very interesting concept, but I think Razer is the wrong company to produce such hardware. Their products aren't exactly known for their quality. If they manage to realize this, I expect the price to be 2-3 times higher than comparable hardware.

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For more than 30 years, only the most hardcore enthusiasts were able to take advantage of PC customizability.
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Razer? $3000
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