Making the process of upgrading your PC a simple plug-and-play procedure, Razer is showcasing their Project Christine Modular PC concept. Unlike PC upgrades in the past requiring a certain degree of technical knowledge, Razer’s Project Christine centers around a PCI-Express architecture that automatically syncs the components, including the CPU, memory, graphics cards, storage and power supply module. Each sealed module is entirely self contained with liquid cooling and noise cancellation, and swapping out any of the modules for future upgrades is as simple as plugging the new module while Christine automatically syncs the components. It works so well, in fact, that Project Christine’s components can be safely overclocked without voiding warranties. In short, it’s PC engineering at its finest.
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