BLADE 15 | Still the Best Gaming Laptop

Discussion in 'Systems' started by Dekades, May 11, 2021.

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  1. Kenserky

    Kenserky Well-Known Member

    Razer is still the best brand for gaming laptop.

    Sadly, the best comes at a price that I can't afford.
    Keep on making me dream.
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  2. bizWeldonBluetools832

    bizWeldonBluetools832 Well-Known Member

    still the best with an Intel CPU? LOL
  3. Scorp_99

    Scorp_99 New Member

    Hello folks. Wanted to share some temps from my Razer blade Advance 2020. Are these considered normal?

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  4. Maximusisback

    Maximusisback Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    I'm actually hyped about next years Blade.... Ryzen here we come babyyyy!!!
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  5. Lenox.J.Low

    Lenox.J.Low Well-Known Member

    Looks cool with the colour and the spec
  6. devlincmk

    devlincmk Well-Known Member

    15" size is just the sweet spot
  7. Scorp_99

    Scorp_99 New Member

    So I am guessing everyone here is OK with their CPUs hitting 100C consistently while gaming?
  8. AppZZerO

    AppZZerO Member

    Why not? Hasnt been a problem for the last 10 years, isnt a problem in macbooks, isnt a problem in blades.
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  9. Sye_The-Vie

    Sye_The-Vie Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    That would be a dream come true :wink_:o_O

    Unfortunately not close, but maybe a new keyboard in a month or 2~~~ :wink_::wink_::wink_:
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  10. dudepare01

    dudepare01 Active Member

    if its just spikes it should be fine...if it stays above 90 constantly, then something has to be done. (Clean, use a laptop riser to allow more air underneath for better cooling, put CPU performance slider in Synapse in mid or low if you have the option).
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  11. I.Nix

    I.Nix Well-Known Member

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  12. Undoubtedly, Razer Balde 15 is an excellent machine if you have a budget of around $1500.
  13. SylvanasMage

    SylvanasMage Well-Known Member

    Still the best laptop that i won't be able to afford ever.
  14. bSteakkk

    bSteakkk Well-Known Member

    my 3 year old pc is crying!
  15. I.Nix

    I.Nix Well-Known Member

    a 17 version would be better for my eyes
  16. Stanull

    Stanull Well-Known Member

    It's time to partner with AMD cpu instead
  17. .Surf.

    .Surf. Well-Known Member

    I don't deny it, sure it is.
  18. N0N0D3

    N0N0D3 New Member

    Planing to buy this first of June. Will the chroma dock still provide enough power for this(not sure how thunderbolt works)?
  19. I.Nix

    I.Nix Well-Known Member

    hell yeah
  20. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    Of course no, if it’s only seconds spike temperature it’s fine but long period not. Intel cpu thermal limit is between 100 to 105 degrees and it’s designed so but I’d avoid running on 90ish for long periods, so when gaming use on screen display (OSD) like MSI afterburner etc to monitor the temperatures. If it sits on 90ish long, use synapse balance mode or anything that not taxes higher cpu tdp to get better cpu temperature. CPU die is smaller than gpu and vapor chamber share the temperature between those two, using it long term on high temperature might wear the parts inside faster, like the battery so I always avoid 90ish average gaming temperature sometimes I even limit the boost frequency (on my model it’s still capable unfortunately not on yours), mid 80ish average on cpu and low 80ish max on gpu are preferred on this thin light categories imo. Your minimum temperature and idle are great though, better than my 8750H high 40ish to mid 50ish idle.
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