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Razer's Tomahawk gaming PC combines an Intel NUC 9 and up to an RTX 3080 GPU

Razer Tomahawk Gaming Desktop against dark background
Razer Tomahawk Gaming Desktop against dark background (Image credit: Razer)

What you need to know

  • The Razer Tomahawk is now available for order.
  • The PC has a modular design that works with Intel's NUC platform.
  • You can order the Razer Tomahawk without a GPU for $2,400 or with an NVIDIA RTX 3080 FE for $3,200.

The Razer Tomahawk Gaming Desktop is now available for order. It's been some time since Razer first unveiled the PC at CES 2020, but the wait is finally over. The Razer Tomahawk is a modular gaming PC built around the Intel NUC platform. The PC supports full-sized GPUs, which means you can slot in some of the best graphics cards around.

The Razer Tomahawk is available without a GPU for $2,400 if you already have a graphics card. You can also order it with an NVIDIA RTX 3080 FE for $3,200. In his RTX 3080 review, our Harish Jonnalagadda said that the card is "the best GPU for 4K gaming."

The Intel NUC inside the Razer Tomahawk has a 9th Gen Core i9 processor. If you'd like, you can easily swap out that NUC for an upgrade in the future.

CategoryRazer Tomahawk Gaming Desktop
Operating SystemWindows 10
Processor9th Gen Intel Core i9-9980HK, 2.4 GHz / 5.0 GHz (Turbo)
8 core, 16 thread, 16 MB cache
GraphicsUnpopulated PCIe slot (PCIe x16) or NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Founders Edition
Memory16 GB DDR4 2667 MHz
Storage512 GB PCIe NVMe + 2 TB HDD (5400 RPM)
Additional storageUnpopulated M.2 slot
ConnectivityWi-Fi 6 (AX200)
Ports4x USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-A
2x USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C (Thunderbolt 3)
2x RJ-45 Ethernet
2.5mm Line Out / TOSLink, 3.5mm headset port
Power supply750W
Dimensions19.23" x 24.15" x 14.4" (210mm x 365mm x 150mm)
Weight16.2 lbs / 7.35 kg (without GPU)
18.3 lbs / 8.3 kg (with GPU)
Pricing$2,399.99 (without GPU)
$3,199.99 (with GPU)

Razer Tomahawk Gaming Desktop Render

Source: Razer (Image credit: Source: Razer)

Razer designed the Tomahawk to be easy to upgrade. All of its internals are attached to a sled mechanism that slides out for easy access. You can also use this setup to clean the PC if needed. All of this can be done without any tools, which is a stark contrast to some PC builds.

Sean Endicott is the news writer for Windows Central. If it runs Windows, is made by Microsoft, or has anything to do with either, he's on it. Sean's been with Windows Central since 2017 and is also our resident app expert. If you have a news tip or an app to review, hit him up at sean.endicott@futurenet.com.

1 Comment
  • I'm interested in case only. Not interested in paying stupid crazy markup for old crap intel processors.