2019 Razer Blade 15 2080 Purchase

Discussion in 'Systems' started by Cakedonut, Feb 6, 2019.

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  1. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member VANGUARD

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  2. l4v4l4mp3

    l4v4l4mp3 New Member

    HI, I tried to use Afterburner, as I did before.
    But since I am not that "Pro" I only using the auto OC thing yet.
    And during this I am ending up in BSOD each time :D

    Also tried some settings in Throttlestop, but not giving better performance in any kind. :D

    But I will add some futuremark 3D results later
     
  3. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    Yeah OC Scanner isn’t great it may higher or lower, best things is you look at similar specs OC value or starting a bit higher than default OC (Synapse gaming mode) and increasing manually till crash:Don 3Dmark. I think by default gaming mode it’ll be some + on gpu core and memory, you can check by put it on gaming mode and open afterburner.
    Btw bsod usually cause by too low cpu undervolting OC usually only 3Dmark stop or crash.
     
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  4. l4v4l4mp3

    l4v4l4mp3 New Member

    yep it just got killed in step two of oc scanner. So I did not investigated further, even since thermal will be a limiter all the time. And I had not the time to play along a bit more with afterburner.
    For now will post out of the box result in 3d mark and maybe i find some time at weekend to play with afterburner ;)
     
  5. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    Yes, stress your Blade everyday to know how it holds and how far can it goes. After that you can use it for gaming etc. Post HWINFO64 (stay on when benchmarks running) screenshot as well to know how it performs.
     
  6. l4v4l4mp3

    l4v4l4mp3 New Member

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  7. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    It’s fine I think know how cpu temperature is it’s great in my prediction, but poeple usually shows like this to share performance and thermal (it’s not HWinfo64 though but similar only not detailed like HWinfo64, which makes viewers can know details about the laptop), or some other who has full version 3Dmark take screenshot like this to share Temperature (not showing on this example) and some other details.
    Yes try playing with afterburner and undervolting, it’ll go further I believe.
    Wait, you upgraded the ssd, with original (on my experience with Blade 2018) it scores better on 3Dmark than 970 Evo that I use, well it’s also if you want to play around with 3Dmark to see highest score you can reach:D
     
  8. l4v4l4mp3

    l4v4l4mp3 New Member

    Yes upgraded to the 2TB 970, and basically to 32GB RAM but those are with my old 1070 blade right now :D
    So yeah might impacting the score a bit. Basically I am one of those spec-sheet and benchmark hoes, but for the blade I wasn't that until now. Since I was on absence for PC gaming for more than a decade now - Only playing console and yeah still more playing console besides a very few games. So I more or less don't care about a few more points. Doing this just for showing you some graphs :)
    Maybe I am a bit scared that my bank-account will cry, when the overall improvement isn't that high, than the additional costs are indicating :D
     

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  9. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    Nice try, already close, next time opening HWinfo64 you may want to click sensor only:D those shows you no temperature at all:grin: That one is for checking your hardware specifications. But way better than me when got my first even second Blade, didn’t know this things.
     
  10. l4v4l4mp3

    l4v4l4mp3 New Member

    Okay so now a new try ;)
     

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  11. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    Now it looks more “Profi“:D, try to expand the row by clicking that bottom left arrow, so you can see cores temperature, power usage, ssd temperature, battery wear, gpu power usage and temperatures (gpu sensor probably not showing maybe due new hardware)
     
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