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Hello everyone! I have exhausted all of my options and have decided to ask you guys for help to see if you could maybe point me in the right direction. For a little while now, I have been experiencing the worst performance issues with my Blade. Every 15-30 or so seconds while in game, I will get the worst frame drop/lag/stuttering issue. It is present in any game I play ranging from Modern Warfare all the way down to Minecraft. I have been back and forth with Razer Support and have gone thru every single trouble shooting option, all the way down to factory reset. So now I am lost, but I am convinced that mailing it in for repair isnt the only option. If anyone has any input as to what it could be and what I should do, or if you need me to run tests or give temps or something let me know, but I am just trying to play games on the laptop I bought for playing games, and I can't even do that . . . Thank you!
I think I might have an addiction... Specs: Intel I-7 7700 3.60GHz EVGA GeForce GTX 1080TI FTW3 Gaming MSI B250 Gaming M3 16GB RAM @2400MHz 500GB SSD Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo Cooler Master MasterWatt Lite 600W Equipment: AOC Agon 27" AG271QX Monitor NZXT S340 Razer Edition case Razer Cynosa Chroma (Redeemed with zSilver) Razer Mamba Elite Razer Nari Razer HDK HyperX FURY S Pro Gaming mousepad Please respond with your battlestations, I would love to see them :)
I have done pretty well with this gaming rig, but I think its not good at this day. My GPU is the biggest problem in my rig. My rig: i5 2500, GTX 560Ti, Asus P8P67 Motherboard and 16gb ddr3 ram. Should I upgrade all components or build a new computer with better and newer components or just replace my GPU.
Basically through odd circumstances I own a leviathan, nommo chroma and nommo pro. I'm trying to make a 5.1 surround sound setup with nommo pros as left right and sub, leviathan as centre and nommo chromas as rear left and right. I've ordered an external 5.1 sound card with optical in so I can use with myT as that's what I'm doing it for
Hello Dreamers! Show us your Dream "Ultimate Battlestation Desk" or even better if your dream has become reality, show us your Current "dream ultimate battlestation desk". I personally would love to see what your dream desk looks like. Аnd let the sharing in our land of dreams begin now! Here you go my Dream "Ultimate Desk for Battlestation", I will try to make it reality in 2020. I hope everyone will be appreciated for sharing their dream and passion. Maybe now everyone can get a tiny particle they miss and add it to their dream <3
Hi, I have a Razer Naga Trinity, a Razer Tartarus and Black Widow(recent purchase) I have used the Tartarus and Trinity for years in Wow without issue and use them to keybind only. I want to use on the fly Macros with the Black widow. However it seems this may not be allowed in WoW and could get me banned before I do that does anyone actually know the answer? Blizz response was if you have to ask don't do it basically!!
Hello gamers, You probably think that you know everything to make your gaming setup a guaranteed succes. I personaly like RGB allot, I acctually have some RGB in my setup. A tip is to not have to much RGB and that the light of the RGB doesn't shine in your derection, if you have RGB you probably like to play in the dark. If the light of the RGB shines to the direction of your eyes it can give you hurting eyes. Me personaly, Having a RGB keyboard and mouse. everybody knows that having RGB on your keyboard is a great touch. But i am having a problem with RGB mouses, when you are gaming you are bocking the RGB. What if developers dont put the RGB on the top but at places where you dont cover the mouse up. Razer is fantastic in the RGB section, there mouses and keyboards are having great RGB and those effects, they are fire. You probaly want to know my equipment. Il tell you, I have a ledstrip at a special angle at my desk. The angle helps with the derection of the light, it looks
Here are the list of my setting: Laptop: Dell Inspiration 7755 i5 7 gen w/ GTX 1050 Keyboard: Fantech MK872 RGB Mouse: Razer Naga Trinity Headphone: HAMMERHEAD USB-C ANC Headset: Razer KRAKEN KITTY Edition Mobile Phone: Razer Phone 2 Mouse Pat: Razer GOLIATHUS SPEED My room has limited space hence I need to squeeze all things in one. After getting my first graduate job, I progressively adopt Razer's product as my gaming partner. Meanwhile, I am planning on Razer blade 15 optical switches. However, not only the price concern but also a lot of comment that suspicious the laptop will be broken by any means (Overhead issue, screen lift issue, blue screen issue, misusing material inside the laptop, etc.) What do you guys think, should I give it a try or recommend another brand?
It all started one day when I was on newegg, although I cant remember why, when I saw a Pc case with cool RGB lights and decided that, hey, those look cool. After about a week the case was delivered and I decided to start trying to move parts over from my boring, prebuilt pc that I got for Christmas the year prior to the new fancy light up case, and let me tell you that was a mistake. First off I couldn't figure out why when I switched the power switch on the back nothing happened, so I spent a week trying to that figure out. After I figured that out (turns out there is an additional power button on the front of the case that you have to press as well as the switch on the back) the computer was not displaying to the monitor, and after 3 weeks of researching why that was happing I concluded that the motherboard was dead, and I now had to try to convince my Mom to give me $100ish to buy a new one. Luckly for me it was right around my birthday so it wasn't that hard. After I got that one
So I haven't done a full build since 2011, and need to start from scratch. I know where I am at for the most part with hardware, but I want to make sure all my RGB things are synced with synapse. I plan on getting Philips hue lights in the future, just not right now. So I have two builds, one that is easier on the pocket book, and one that is full on Lian Li Razer case. Is all the hardware I selected supported? It looks like I might have to get a different MOBO since gigabyte is not currently on the list. I don't really want to raise my cost much more on either build, but if I am going to have visible running RGB stuff, I know I want it all integrated. Thanks in advance! The more affordable option. https://pcpartpicker.com/user/Polygeekism/saved/GpsNqs The All Razer flashy option https://pcpartpicker.com/user/Polygeekism/saved/DG4Wbv
Hi All, thought I would post up some info for anyone that is also thinking about how to cool the laptop better. I have tried Liquid metal, which took many attempts to get right and get the desired drop in temp. Howerver after 3 months I noticed the fans were ramping up again, I took it apart and discovered that the Liquid metal had dried up/been absorbed into the heat sink. After many hours sanding and polishing the heat sink and getting off all the corrosion I repasted with NH1 Noctura, this was fine but a little hotter than the Liquid metal. I then had the idea of using copper shims on the dies. This has been the best option! I have used a 2mm Shim on the GPU and 1mm shim on the CPU with some Kryonaught paste either side, I polished the heatsink to a mirror finish with Autosil . Full load benching I never goes over 78 degrees and the fans are way lower than stock. I would not recommend Liquid metal at all.
So I have a question and this may be a really stupid one, but I'm thinking of adding another GPU to my system and I don't really have the extra slot(s) available in my PC right now, so was wondering if getting a Razer Core (chroma or not) will work if I don't currently have SLI or crossfire support in my PC. I do a lot of streaming from the same PC as I game, and was wondering if adding a separate GPU would help in not dropping frames,, occasional lag, etc...
Current: Laptop: Lenovo Y520 CPU: Intel i5-7300HQ 2.50GHZ 4CPUs GPU: Nvidia GTX 1050 2GB RAM: 8GB DDR4 OS: Windows 10 Education 64bit Storage: Kingston A400 480GB SATA SSD Cooler Pad: Cooler Master NotePal X3 Blue Backlight Monitor Screen: Acer Thin Bezel and Slim Thickness R221Q 60Hz IPS Panel Headphone: Razer Nari, Razer Tiamat 7.1 V2 Mouse: Razer Basilisk Mousepad: Razer Goliathus Chroma Standard Keyboard: Razer Huntsman Black Edition Headphone Stand: Razer Base Station Chroma External Speaker: Razer Nommo Chroma Hoping to get a better laptop to play AAA games.
I love my blackwidow V1 stealth edition But, what I was getting tired of was, every 2-3 months I had to keep cleaning my keyboard from the followings Dust Hair ! Food Bits !! Worst... TOE NAIL !!!!! Until I bought the following Clear Silicon keyboard cover for RAZER Blackwidow After 2 months of usage, the results are amazing I always used the plastic cover that came with the keyboard, but this is much better The key pressing can feel slightly weird for pro gamers, but I guess you can work something out by removing it during serious gaming Check out the photos and vote! But the silicon cover does need cleaning from time to time, but better than removing individual keycaps! @Dekades whether this can be RAZERs next production in line?
Gaming/Editing Station! Main Monitor 32" ASUS STRIX 2560x1440 144hz Secondary Monitor 27" Acer Predator 1080p 240hz Motherboard---i7-7800X ASUS TUF Mark 1 Ram---Corsair RGB Pro 64gb DDR4 3000 Graphics Card---GTX 1080ti Case---Corsair 570X Crystal Series Headset-HyperX Cloud Mix Mic---Razer Siren Mouse- Logitech PRO WIRELESS Mouse pad-RGB Goliathus Extended Keyboard--- Razer Huntsman Elite RGB Custom hardline watercooled! 2019 Razer Blade 15 RTX 2080 1tb Samsung 970 Pro + 32gb Crucial
Sadly don't have any pictures, but I can provide the specs: CPU: Ryzen 5 2600 GPU: MSI RTX 2060 Gaming Z MoBo: MSI B450 Gaming Pro Carbon AC RAM: 16GB Corsair Vengeance DDR4-3200 SSD: 500GB Samsung Pro Evo 860 SATA HDD: WD Blue 1TB PSU: Corsair 550W TX550M Case: Corsair Carbide series SPEC-DELTA RGB I did a tonne of research before making this build, and I'm pretty happy with the result. Runs many games at over 120 FPS easily on ultra settings, though I only have a 3 year old 1080p monitor to use with it, and I've already broken the bank enough buying all the parts. RGB looks awesome at night with the lights off, though an RGB CPU cooler would make it look even better. Also bought the Destiny 2 Razer Man O'War headset, as Destiny 2 was one of my main reasons for building it (what with cross-save coming later this month), as well as the Destiny 2 Goliathus mouse mat.. Overall, what do people think? And would anyone be able to recommend some good fan coolers to replace the stock wrai
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