Project Christine: Specs
This is the area where the difference between Project Christine and one of today’s PCs becomes immediately obvious. Current PCs are very spec-focused. PC sales seem based around what CPU a computer has, how much RAM, how big the hard drive is and what video cards are available.
One of the appeals of Project Christine is that the spec sheet goes away … unless you buy a system for the first time, but then you’d pick and choose the modules to customize your PC. That being said, here are the technical basics behind the new Razer concept Project Christine:
- Rack-style mount with slots to accommodate components
- PCI-Express architecture with automatic syncing of components
- Components are plug and play and include everything from power supply to CPU
- Each component is individually sealed, self-contained and liquid cooled
- Components are user switchable without technical expertise or tools