A state of FRESH
Rocking a brand-new look, the Razer Blade Pro 17 is the ultimate on-the-go battlestation
Discussion in 'Systems' started by Razer.WolfPack, May 22, 2018.
Pair that with a 1080 Ti in a Core. I don't need kidneys to live, right?
I’ve 1080ti and core v2, though with previous Blade 14, and i still have my healthy kidneys, just work seriously and maybe a bit harder
That advert tho! cool edits!
I bought one and the text are blurred why?
Make sure the resolution is set to the optimum value
Why I can see all the pixels/microblocks in my monitor 1080p is it normal?
when will it be available in Germany?
This is clearly the best ultra book
It’s 1080p and 15,6 screen yes it’s normal if you pay attention on pixel.
According Razer store June, notebook.de their official reseller here beside amazon 1 till 2 weeks, Amazon.de still 4 to 6 weeks since they put it on the list last month.
Yes it’s definitely not a tablet
Haha, great timing xD
My current laptop is dying, so I need a new one..
Migt be I finally get a Blade
So curious as to what we will see in performance differences between the 144hz and the 4k touch, to say nothing of battery life.
Reading reviews about Dells and their 4k display incurs a penalty in battery performance. I suspect that will be the same for the Razer
Yes battery definitely less, but you get that gorgeous display instead that more noticeable in that bigger screen than previous 14 model. But for gaming downscaling to 1080p would decrease slightly FPS compared to native 1080p and can’t get higher 144hz display refresh compared to 1080p model that has that option, though it could be solved by buying external 144Hz Monitor, there’s some already that costs under€300. And with help egpu like core and 1080ti or higher, finally with that new 6 cores cpu user can get less bottleneck and play on native internal Blade screen, yes sounds weird, but for some users, and me one of them, it was a dream to running 4K games on a laptop screen.
That’s what I am trying To figure out...
I’m torn now between an ultra 13 and the blade 15 for a variety of reasons. I love gaming laptops mind you and have a much older blade from years ago. I love the lightweight feel of a 13 but I’m drawn to the power of The 15 etc. much to ponder in the purchase.
For me the 15" is a no brainer, I want/need the larger display and performance.
Are you getting the 144 hz or the 4k?
I'm leaning heavily towards the 1060/144Hz model. I like what that had to offer and is price point is more palatable
Will there be a noticeable difference in text for Word etc between the 144 and the 4k you think?
Personally I don't want a 4k screen and deal with scaling. Some of my apps don't handle scaling well and with my eye sight it rather have FHD. As for 144Hz, it will come in handy for games
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