Gaming giant Razer has released its first PC case line, Tomahawk, coming in at two sizes, ATX and the more interesting Mini-ITX. The new Tomahawk cases come in at $199.99 and $179.99 respectively and gives you the premium Razer experience in the form of a PC.
Focusing on the Tomahawk Mini-ITX case, it’s on the larger end of the small form factor world with a height of 321.5 mm, a width of 206.2 mm, and a depth of 367.2 mm, making it comparable in size to the Cooler Master MasterBox NR200, GEEEK N500 LITE, and the smaller NCASE M1.
The Tomahawk Mini-ITX comes with Razer’s Chroma under glow lighting, which allows you to sync it with other Razer peripherals and products through software. The case can support three-slot graphics cards with a maximum length of 320 mm, giving you 7 mm spare if you are wanting to put in an RTX 3090 Founders Edition card.
As for the rest of the components, you can fit a Mini-ITX or Mini-DTX motherboard along with an SFX or SFX-L power supply. You can also add up to three 2.5 inch drives, taking the total to five if you have a motherboard with two M.2 drive bays.
Since the case is larger than the average Mini-ITX case, Razer has given it a large selection of front IO including, two USB USB3.2 Gen1 Type-A ports, one USB3.2 Gen2 Type-C port, a headphone jack, a headphone microphone combo port, and the usual power button and reset button.
If you’re wanting to water-cool your components, you can fit up to a 240 mm AIO or custom-loop radiator. The case does look to come with any fans but allows you to place one in the front, one in the rear, and two at the top.
The case features glass panels on both sides and comes with magnetic dust filters to keep the dust out of the case and easy cleaning. Make sure your cable management is on point with the two glass side panels!
The case is up for pre-order right now on Razer’s website with an expected shipping date of November 5th. The case will likely be shipped out to local dealers after the release date, which you will be able to see here.