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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 05:24pm 23/05/18 | 0 Comments
So, moments after we posted our review of the current Core V2 paired with a Razer Blade Stealth laptop comes the announcement of the next version of the tech with the Razer Core X. With a lower price point, additional power (in wattage) and support for even the largest GPUs - it looks to bring the cost down of desktop power for your laptop.

A great way to future proof, thanks to wider aluminium shell that can accommodate 3-slot wide graphics card - the big boys. Like with the Core V2, it's a plug-and-play device compatible with any Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) connection on a laptop. This new revision also houses a massive 650W ATX power supply with 100W of power for laptop charging.



  • Connection to PC: Thunderbolt 3 using included 40Gbps cable
  • GPU Type: Up to 3-Slot wide, full-length, PCI-Express x16 graphics card
  • GPU Max Power Support: 500 Watts
  • Razer Core X max inner dimensions: Length : 12.99”/ 330 mm, Height: 6.29” / 160 mm, Width : 2.36” / 60 mm
  • Compatible graphics cards include NVIDIA GeForce, NVIDIA Quadro and AMD Radeon
  • Input & Output: Thunderbolt 3 (for connection to PC)


  • The Razer Core X will be available early June, and has a price point of USD $299. Local pricing as per the Razer site sits at AU $439.95 - several hundred dollarydoos cheaper than the Core V2.



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