Issue on my brand new Razer Blade 2017

Discussion in 'Systems' started by Lotto.Hh, Feb 8, 2018.

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  1. Lotto.Hh

    Lotto.Hh New Member

    Well, i purchased The New Razer Blade 2017 last week. It arrived yesterday and i ve been hearing like a very loud sound when i play games.(Overwatch , Fortnite..) Is there any solution to quit this annoying sound?
    Thanks for answering.
  2. Jenjar

    Jenjar Well-Known Member

    Thats likely the fan noise, I think those laptops are known for being quite loud when under load. You can see online about anything you might be able to do, but as far as I know it is normal.
  3. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    V Sync, wishper mode, limiting FPS, Undervolting thing forget to mention, Headphone;)
  4. Nuc1earF1ame

    Nuc1earF1ame Member

    they are going to be load. remember conventional gaming laptops with the same hardware are double the thickness. in order to keep the laptop in an operational temp the fans must move a much larger volume of air to perform the same cooling (thermodynamics 101)
  5. Lotto.Hh

    Lotto.Hh New Member

    Thanks for answering. I know that, but this fan noise is so hard, it looks like a plane:confused_:
    I ve tried Synapse and the Whisper mode, but there is no answer. Also I have not bought a 2000$ computer for relying on a pair of headphones to play well...
  6. Nuc1earF1ame

    Nuc1earF1ame Member

    U will not find a similar sized laptop with the same power and it be quiet
  7. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    Yes it’s because you just bought a “plane” replacing your “bicycle”:)
    Low power profile on Synapse would only slightly turn down the Fans noise but will be bad for thermal if you’re using it on gaming. What do you mean by no answer? Did you really try wishper mode on nvidia experience?
    Turn on v-Sync on the game setting will also caps the FPS to 60FPS (for Overwatch and fortnite, even on highest setting) and it would decrease also Fan loudness. Btw I’m also playing games like more demanding one AC Origins on 1440p ultra high, and could notice definitely the Fans, but game sounds could cover it, so I don’t use headphones at all. Btw try to undervolting with intel XTU, it reduces the heat and slightly the Fan noise also, on this forum somewhere I think there’s a guide for it.
  8. figrin1

    figrin1 Well-Known Member

    This guide will help with some (not all) of the noise, if you feel like doing some research and putting time in to tuning your CPU and GPU.

    also, V-sync and whisper mode really can make a huge difference. Your GPU might be cranking out twice as many frames as can even be displayed on your monitor for some older games. Locking the frames in some way could really bring down the temperatures and noise.
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