Razer’s Tomahawk Mini-ITX Gaming PC Case Hits New Low Price at $130 (Save 31%)

Amazon now offers Razer Tomahawk Mini-ITX Gaming Case for $129.99 shipped. Normally at $189, this 31% discount marks a new all-time low price that we’ve been tracking. This case features double-sided tempered glass hinged doors that open to the side so you have easy access to the computer’s internal components while showing off what’s inside during operation. Razer Chroma RGB lighting is also present with this case which can be customized for “greater immersion in the game”. You can even take advantage of liquid cooling with support for up to a 240mm radiator. There are also built-in dust filters to keep PC internals clean. Keep reading to learn more.

If you want to save some money, you can opt for the Cooler Master NR200 Mini-ITX Case for $84. With this case, you’ll find most panels include ventilation with no visible tempered glass. You can load the case with up to seven fans and accommodate CPU coolers up to 155mm high or radiators up to 280mm long. A three-slot GPU can also fit in this case so you don’t have to sacrifice gaming performance for a small form factor rig. Each part of the panel and frame can be disassembled for full computer access when servicing or building a computer.

Be sure to stop by our PC gaming hub for the latest deals on hardware and peripherals. Your monitor is one of the most important parts of any PC setup, so don’t compromise. Instead, check out this deal on the LG 24-inch 1080p 165Hz gaming monitor for $147, a new historic low price that we have been following. While not the highest resolution, even a mid-level gaming desktop will be able to drive the display at 165Hz with some settings turned off.

Razer Tomahawk Mini-ITX Gaming Case Features:

To create the ultimate gaming desk, it starts with a frame that can support the performance inside. Meet the Razer Tomahawk Mini-ITX, a mini-ITX metal gaming chassis that exudes both form and function, equipped with premium features to meet your idea of ​​the perfect rig, whatever it is. that is.

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Robert P. Miller