Razer has always had their pulse on gaming hardware, and today it unveiled a concept dubbed Project Christine.
The design takes the traditional PC and turns it around, focusing instead on a central metal pod that modules can slot into. Each module performs a specific operation, such as processing, GPU, storage, etc. and upgrading each is a question of sliding out the old module and inserting a new version. Each module will feature liquid cooling and noise cancellation, ensuring that the entire setup runs as quietly as possible.
There are of course obvious hurdles to this, the main one being getting various manufacturers to invest in creating these special modules. The second hurdle of cost would be the cost of the machine itself and the various modules, something which isn’t likely to come cheap.