Performance pushed to the edge | The Razer Blade Pro 17

Discussion in 'Systems' started by Razer.WolfPack, Apr 23, 2019.

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  1. TK-1987

    TK-1987 Well-Known Member

    Regardless of how much people love XTU or Throttle stop I could do without them. It would be nice if we could just undervolt them in bios and forget about it. Or ypu know we all can bombard Min to undervolt all future laptops by -125mv and we'd never have to worry again. Lol.

    I'm a little sad I can't break 23K on the gpu. Wish it was winter time so I could go on my porch and see how it performs in cold temps.

    Still holding out for a 110w bios update. Lol
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  2. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    How is your cpu uV value and gpu OC? Tried +150 core and +700 memory gpu, and -150mV on cpu? If the combination is right it can bump the gpu praying:smile_: for good silicons lottery and the benchmarks not stopped in the middle of the run.
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  3. TK-1987

    TK-1987 Well-Known Member

    Anything past +150 on the core doesn't seem to give me any improvements. And I only got up to +500 on memory and didn't test past that. So I'll be sure to do so when I get a chance. My undervolt on the cpu also seems to notndo anything past-140mv. That's with XTU though. So I'm gonna try throttle stop. Youtuber Bob of all trades shows that if you undervolt enough in throttle stop you basically underclock the cpu since you're starving it for power. And I'm not seeing anything like that. So I'll do another run of testing later this weekend.

    If praying works then I'd like to see low 80's on the cpu at a long gaming session.
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  4. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    Rtx cards are great on memory OC, I don’t have rtx mobile but on rtx cards on my core I did all +1000 memory:smile_: from 2070 to 2080ti, maybe try +700 for mobile:wink_:. It’s interesting, higher core clock translates to core frequency bump which means better performance.
    I know only Bob Sagat, Bob Dylan and Bob Marley:big_grin_:. I wouldn’t say though that undervolting is same with underclocking, it’s different things, voltage and clock (under clock is opposite from overclocking), on cpu like you reduce or limiting your core amplifier than default values per throttlestop (though it’s H cpu we can’t do opposite, OC it), but both has similar target, for cooler system. Though cpu undervolte increase performance for better frequency boost due running in cooler environment.
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  5. Maximusisback

    Maximusisback Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    What kind of pages do you visit on fb? :joy::joy:
  6. poppacalypse

    poppacalypse Well-Known Member

    you might need new friends, buddy....
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  7. ChaosGod53

    ChaosGod53 New Member

    I love the design on this one!:heart_eyes: :big_grin_:
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  8. Sr_Vendetta

    Sr_Vendetta New Member

    Looks nice!!!
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  9. Maximusisback

    Maximusisback Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    Have to aagree, one of the best imo
  10. Krux6901

    Krux6901 New Member

    What a beast !
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  11. Reg3e

    Reg3e Member

    My unit is here, will post my setup soon. :D
  12. roboactive

    roboactive New Member

    They are only getting better and better!
  13. TK-1987

    TK-1987 Well-Known Member

    Which gpu did you go for in yours? :smile_:

    Razer did really knock this one out of the park. Better thermal, higher voltage on the gpus really makes it better than the competition. I'm still waiting to see the competition release bios updates to match what Razer is doing out of the box.
  14. Reg3e

    Reg3e Member

    I went with the 2070 Max-Q edition. \O/
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  15. DrPepper23

    DrPepper23 New Member

    Is the laptop really worth those big bucks though, or might a guy go ahead and spend a bit more on an actual desktop set up if it's just being used for gaming at home anyway?
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  16. raymohin

    raymohin New Member

    Looks really good!
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  17. poppacalypse

    poppacalypse Well-Known Member

    it's really up to individual preference. i got a Razer Blade a few years ago because of its portability. It was my main gaming rig + also used for work. Now that I've changed job and no longer on the go so much, i'm looking to build my own gaming PC
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  18. Rasse420

    Rasse420 New Member

    ordering >
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  19. Maximusisback

    Maximusisback Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    This is what it's all about, preference. I would normally recommend building a PC for gaming instead of buying a prebuilt/laptop but if you work on the go and need a portable solution there are many great laptops that offer near-desktop performance in a small form factor, for an elevated price though (but keep in mind that this price also covers the cost of a "work computer" you'd have to get separately)
  20. Bisqueleetzone926

    Bisqueleetzone926 New Member

    How much does it costs?
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