BLADE STEALTH 13 | Ultrabook Size, Full Gaming Laptop Power

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  1. Zompdirectbus173

    Zompdirectbus173 New Member

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  2. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member VANGUARD

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  3. M-S-G

    M-S-G Well-Known Member

    What does it look like, who has the device? What is the gaming situation here? CoD MW or Battlefield? What kind of frames are possible? Who has a comparison with the 1650 from the 13" and the 1660 from the 15"? I would be really interested.
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  4. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    From Notebookreview review unit it’s lower 35 watt it’s a bit blurry gpuz screenshot but boost frequency is 1200mhz.
    Full review google translated
    Some has already accepted their 4K unit but 120Hz apparently comes first end of May. Review above got review unit from Razer.
    Gaming situation is probably a bit better than last model, so anyone who has it I challenge your 25 watt with mine late 2019 25 watt synthetic benchmark:)
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  5. Zompdirectbus173

    Zompdirectbus173 New Member

    What are your GPU clocks on your 2019 Blade?
    Can you post. GPU Z screenshot to compare.
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  6. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    Base 1020 with boost 1245mhz, typicall 35 watt nvidia specs though i see often when running games gpu usage @high 90ish% a 1500ish even spike to 1620mhz, It’s default no bios moding nor gpu overclocking unlike the score above.
    I’m at work I’ll show you later the screenshot.

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  7. TK-1987

    TK-1987 Well-Known Member

    Stop it man you’re making me like this thing again. :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye_: It’s kinda scary to think the stealth is probably close to the Blade 14 in power and in such a smaller package. Wonder if they’ll ever give these things the vapor chamber like the larger models?
  8. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    Moving from stealth late 2016 to this after 2 years usage I noticed the weight difference even maybe around 100gr. There’re some downgrade from previous model I had actually like per key rgb, touch screen higher resolution and the super thin cassis that looks like MacBook Air with a lot better features and ports. Those features especially keyboard and cassis is probably trade off for having almost 10 times better gpu, if someone counts intel gpu as gpu:big_grin_:, adding vapor chamber would make better cooling but on default setting it’s already cool enough to cover cpu and nvidia dgpu, and extra weight that comes with on an ultrabook I would personally avoid it.
    Now I’m curious though if 2020 models can maintain cool temperatures since the cpu now runs with 25 watt.
  9. TK-1987

    TK-1987 Well-Known Member

    I guess since I normally stick with larger laptops I’ve never noticed the weight. And I do agree the lack of per key rgb seems like an odd downgrade. They’re definitely pinching pennies for some reason. And the 1440p screen was a nice resolution at the size. Not gonna lie though the ports don’t bother me so much as I’ve collected a few over the years. But it would suck to go some where and realize you forgot your dongles. :confused_: With how quickly they keep updating it that seems like the next logical upgrade to the cooling. With the vapor chamber they could probably go 1660. But that would start eating at the low end 15” blade so I see why they don’t do that yet. o_O It would be nice to have dedicated HDMI and display port. But In a few years all we’ll have is usb c. :eek_:
  10. Saraphrin

    Saraphrin New Member

    I struggled with deciding on what to get last year. I was torn between the the Blade 15 and the stealth. Ultimately I went with the stealth for portability and functionality at work.

    When I get home I plug it into my Core X chroma with a RTX 2080 Ti and it’s off to gaming I go. It’s been a fantastic upgrade to my previous desktop rig and far more functional. The one thing I wish it had though was a better native screen and graphics card. There have been times I have had the opportunity to game while waiting for my next flight and really couldn’t.

    This new stealth looks like it would stomp that complaint out of existence! Looking forward to what they come up with when I’m ready to upgrade again in another year or two.
  11. JulianKapa

    JulianKapa Well-Known Member

    Well, there are heaps of mobile games, even FPS and racing mobile games. So I could see how one could get used to a 13.3" laptop screen.
  12. Saraphrin

    Saraphrin New Member


    It’s actually not that bad using a 13.3” screen. During my last instrument flight test I used just the blade stealth with the egpu to run X-plane 11 flawlessly. I was able to connect all my sim equipment and fly multiple flight test scenarios which ended up saving me a ton of money training. I got used to the small screen rather quickly.

    That said it’s obviously better to have a bigger screen for more intense/prolonged gaming needs. However in a pinch the stealth works just fine for me. Plus the portability more than makes up for the lost screen size in my opinion.
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  13. aiyionman

    aiyionman Well-Known Member

    Hoping I can get this beast!

    This will burn my wallet! lol! Hahaha!
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  14. Amazing config! When is it planned to roll out linux support of the Nvifdia piece?

    Many thanks!

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  15. FabriSilve

    FabriSilve New Member


    Thank you in advance for your time.

    I wanted to update my portable machine and I found really interesting the razer blade stealth mercury white edition. I really like the portability and the power of this small machine that can be extended with an eGPU setup!

    I'm checking kind of every day the razer website to see if it is available but I'm still not able to add it in the chart.

    There is any possibility that this version or a new one without GPU would be released in the future months?

    I really would like to enter in the razer family with a product like that!

    Thank you again to anybody would answer!
  16. BoiKaname

    BoiKaname New Member

    slim beast!!
  17. kchin7

    kchin7 Member

    Maybe I will get it as a birthday present?
  18. Suecore

    Suecore Active Member

    I've always been a fan of the compact and easily carried 13'-14'inches laptops due to intense lifestyle and lots of traveling non-stop, but a 13' with 120hz , oh...were where you when I needed you in my university years.
    I bet students will dig that.
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  19. msvirtualguy

    msvirtualguy New Member

    I would buy this right now if this specific model came in Mercury White. Come on Razer..why are you limiting your Blade models? The black is a cleaning nightmare of finger prints.
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  20. Valiantaaron30

    Valiantaaron30 New Member

    Love it :heart:
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