The modules will house everything from GPUs, SSDs, RAM, power supplies, and the CPU, which can be organized in any configuration the user sees fit. Each will feature active liquid cooling and noise cancellation, which Razer says will allow them to factory overclock components for higher performance. The tower will also come equipped with a built-in LCD touch screen, which offers controls and maintenance information for each module.
The design is certainly one of the most ambitious we've seen on a gaming PC concept, and stands to make the process of upgrading your rig simpler than ever, but the big questions remain: how much it will cost and will it make it past the prototype concept stage? Based on Razer's track record, Project Christine will likely come at a premium, and if it follows the precedent established by the Edge gaming tablet at CES 2013, could arrive within the year.