Razer Core X Chroma & Razer Core X intro

Razer has spread their wings in Malaysia and are now offering the Razer Tomahawk gaming chassis in two variants and their Core X eGPU enclosures for ardent gamers. Here’s how much they cost in Malaysia…

Razer Core X Chroma & Razer Core X

Razer’s line of external graphics enclosures is now available in Malaysia with your choice of either the Razer Core X or the Razer Core X Chroma. These external graphics enclosures allow you to bung in your choice of either an AMD or NVIDIA graphics card and then hook it up to your laptop for extra pixel-crunching grunt via a Thunderbolt 3 port with eGFX support. It plays nice with both Macs and Windows PCs with native support for the Blade Stealth 13, Blade 15 and Blade Pro 17.

razer core x chroma

The Razer Core X Chroma is the more powerful of the two with an ATX 700W internal power supply, space for up to a 3-slot card and a slew of USB and Ethernet ports for comprehensive connectivity. It also has RGB Chroma lighting so your housing can light up with your other Chroma enabled kit in sync on demand. The cheaper Razer Core X has similar space for a 3-slot graphics card but maxes out at an ATX  650W power supply. 

Razer Core X Chroma & Razer Core X prices
The Razer Core X Chroma retails for RM1,999 while the Razer Core X is available for RM1,499. For more details check out https://www.razer.com/gaming-egpus/razer-core-x

Razer Tomahawk ATX and Mini-ITX Gaming Chassis

Razer’s first gaming enclosures have their own indelible mark in terms of their design DNA. First revealed at Razercon 2020, the Tomahawk comes in an ATX and more compact Mini-ITX form factor with tempered glass rear-hinged doors, metal cable covers and support for custom liquid cooling options. Both Tomahawks also feature underside Chroma RGB lighting.

razer tomahawk prices

The larger Tomahawk ATX retails for RM1,099 while the smaller Tomahawk Mini-ITX chassis costs RM1,199 at select retailers with the former arriving near the end of November and the latter sometime this month. For more details check them out at https://www.razer.com/gaming-desktops-and-cases/razer-tomahawk/RC21-01400100-R3M1

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