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BLADE STEALTH 13 | Ultrabook Size, Full Gaming Laptop Power

Discussion in 'Systems' started by Dekades, Apr 21, 2020.

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  1. GOLDENBETLOG

    GOLDENBETLOG New Member

    JUST WOW, ANOTHER POWERFUL LAPTOP
     
  2. jaseow

    jaseow Active Member

    Can anyone with the Blade Stealth FHD 120hz screen confirm if the thunderbolt 3 port is a titan ridge or is it still running on Alpine Ridge?

    I currently have a Blade 15 2019 that is running on Alpine Ridge that limits Displayport to 1.2 and I need DP 1.4 to run my Ultrawide monitor at its full capability. Luckily the Blade 15 has a miniDP 1.4 port but I was thinking of downsizing for the portability and wanted to confirm if the new stealth has Titan Ridge Thunderbolt 3 port
     
  3. akronidas

    akronidas New Member

    @jaseow,

    thunderbolt 3 is directly integrated to the Ice Lake CPUs. Can't figure out if it can utilize Ultrawide, because I don't have such a setup.
     
  4. jaseow

    jaseow Active Member

    Its about the displayport version supported by the TB3 controller.
    I can get up to 3440x1440@120hz as thats the bandwidth allowed by DP1.2 which the razer blade 15 alpine ridge controller has. But 3440x1440@144hz exceeds the DP1.2 bandwidth so I am not able to get 144hz
     
  5. akronidas

    akronidas New Member

    understood @jaseow ... this could get you to the limit of the CPUs Graphics Output, as you might have already checked here: https://en.wikichip.org/wiki/intel/core_i7/i7-1065g7#Graphics where it says, DP = 1.2. I can only confirm that 2560x1440p with 144hz is working fine with the Dell S2716DG Monitor, but already my USB-C to DP cable is limited to this bandwidth.
     
    Last edited: Jul 23, 2020
  6. PatchworkBoy87

    PatchworkBoy87 New Member

    Looks fantastic, I'm considering getting one of these - I currently have a 2018 Razer Blade 15 that I just finished paying off on finance though so I'm going to hold out a bit longer until the wheels fall off my current Blade.

    I guess the next question is would there ever be an AMD Ryzen version in the future with individual key LED colour allocation? As soon as that happens, my wallet will cry.
     
  7. 272567

    272567 New Member

    Sg bo:frown_:
     
  8. your_boss_69

    your_boss_69 New Member

    i want one
     
  9. sometime in the future?
     
  10. aerogardenDirt394

    aerogardenDirt394 New Member

     
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  12. Valeriosmit

    Valeriosmit New Member

    just from looking at it I wanna spend my money, red on a bank account mean you're winning right? :)
     
  13. ShredBird

    ShredBird New Member

    I have the Late 2019 GTX model and I can confirm that the Thunderbolt 3 port supports DisplayPort 1.4 and HBR3 mode. I am able to charge, drive 4K@60Hz and run the built in USB hub at 3.0 speeds through a single cable on my Dell Ultrasharp 43".

    The USB 3.0 side will also do DisplayPort 1.4, but only at HBR2 speeds (which is still fast enough for 4K@60Hz).
     
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  14. DrizztD0

    DrizztD0 New Member

    Sweet looking
     
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