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Originally Posted by Phenomanator53 View Post

Where is the radiator? i'd imagine it running extremely hot with 3 GPU's and only having a reservoir.

according to this video, there is no fan confused.gif that rig is gonna be toasty.

Yeah, makes me think maybe nobody actually thought this through at all. It's good SciFi, though. lol
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It's funny how everyone is so quick to jump on them for doing something like this... and while it is gimmicky and flashy... the main point is they are trying to make it easy for people with money who are overwhelmed when looking into PC gaming to get a system up and going, and EASILY upgrade it, albeit for a hefty price tag. It's companies like Razer, with their flashing lights, and MEGA SUPER LEGIT marketing scheme that are trying to ensure the future of PC gaming as a platform. Support the concept, support the potential for more PC gamers, and support PC gaming as a whole. You don't need to buy it, but there's no reason to shoot it down because you won't be the buyer.

You would be diluting the pure bloodline of the PC Gamer Master Race...
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I see this as a better option than the steam box. You can upgrade this and play all games. Ya its gonna cost a pretty penny but the steam box is not cheap either.
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Yeah, makes me think maybe nobody actually thought this through at all. It's good SciFi, though. lol

you would honestly believe a company would put time and money into researching and crafting a mockup if they didnt think it was going to be feasible ?
good thing you dont do business.
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you would honestly believe a company would put time and money into researching and crafting a mockup if they didnt think it was going to be feasible ?
good thing you dont do business.
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you would honestly believe a company would put time and money into researching and crafting a mockup if they didnt think it was going to be feasible ?
good thing you dont do business.

Not sure if serious. lol

+rep. Because you deserve it, either way.
post #117 of 142
Came across an even better interview.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S1BZDqsxV3U

Razer is interested in having 3rd party ODMs make modules but they are hesitent about the return on investment for making them. What makes them the most excited and more inclined to work on it is Razer's goal to have all the modules hot swappable.

Razer has realistic goals in mind on who they want to target. It's not just gamers but professionals which is why they are making it hot swappable.

The prototype at CES is non-functional yet the way the rep talks it sounds like they have an actual prototype that works (based on a comment they have a version that can handle more GPUs than the mockup comes with) so I'm guessing the actual prototype might simply not look as good as the mockup?

I hope Razer gets enough positive feedback to push forward on making production models just to see the benchmarks on their final product.
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All the haters in here....

The truth of the matter, there is a market for this. I know it is a bit mind blowing to think that it exists, but it really does! There are a lot of people with more money than smarts, and kids with access to Daddy's credit card.

Personally, I think it is very Star Trek Nifty!

EDIT:

A few very solid points by Linus at the end, especially on the subscription model for modules (say that 3 times fast). A lot of potential in this crazy little thing.

Immature of you to call everyone saying their opinion a hater. I don't like it. Am I a hater too?
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i love this idea. not as much for myself as to mye friends who have no idea how CPU looks, what i does and i would not let them touch the inside of my rig before my life was on the line. (damn porbly shouldnt then either). it's a gigantic market for these aswell. all the people who are stuck on consoles whould love this idea. it wouldthey can chooce make buying a pc/gaming rig easy as h*** and they can choose how much to put in to it.

have to say i have one problem with the idea. how can you change a CPU if you'r stuck on an older chipset. as the motherboard would be in the centre and the CPU would be a modul how is that going to work? my idea is that the CPU, some ram and motherboard with all the coneticons should be the centre pice. that way you could change all of it out when it was needed. they most likly have a solotion to this, and i LOVE linuses idea of subscriptions. that would make myself trasit over to christine. just for the share relaxation of not having to pick myslef.
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i love this idea. not as much for myself as to mye friends who have no idea how CPU looks, what i does and i would not let them touch the inside of my rig before my life was on the line. (damn porbly shouldnt then either). it's a gigantic market for these aswell. all the people who are stuck on consoles whould love this idea. it wouldthey can chooce make buying a pc/gaming rig easy as h*** and they can choose how much to put in to it.

have to say i have one problem with the idea. how can you change a CPU if you'r stuck on an older chipset. as the motherboard would be in the centre and the CPU would be a modul how is that going to work? my idea is that the CPU, some ram and motherboard with all the coneticons should be the centre pice. that way you could change all of it out when it was needed. they most likly have a solotion to this, and i LOVE linuses idea of subscriptions. that would make myself trasit over to christine. just for the share relaxation of not having to pick myslef.

That's where I have to disagree with you big time. I think there's a quite limited market due to the fact that yes, console people would love this except for the price tag. That's the major reason (I think, anyways) why console players don't build a PC. It's just too expensive for a lot of people, therefore defeating the purpose of this concept for a lot of people.
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