razer-christine-gallery-02Building a computer isn’t particularly difficult. It does require some research on the right components and to check for compatibility and to see if it will fit inside the case you have, but other than that, it shouldn’t be too difficult to figure out. Unfortunately not everyone has the time or patience to do their homework, which is where Razer’s Project Christine comes in. Project Christine is Razer’s concept gaming PC rig in which they have designed it in such a way that even the most novice of PC builders will be able to swap out components for upgrades without stressing out about it.

As you can see in the image above, Project Christine is essentially a modular PC where each component has been separated and labelled accordingly, such as CPU, GPU, HDD, PSU, and etc. So for those who have little to no experience and want to swap out a component, they’ll just need to remove one part and replace it with a better unit, easy as pie! According to Razer, it seems that the entire setup features an active liquid cooling system and noise cancellation, meaning that for those who are sensitive to noise, such as the whir of fans of hard drives spinning, this should address those problems.

Unfortunately as it stands, Project Christine is only a concept at the moment, however Razer has proven that they are capable to taking concepts and turning them into reality, such as with Project Fiona which resulted in the Razer Edge gaming tablet that debuted at CES last year. What do you guys think of this? Yay or nay?

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