Razer Blade 15 Advanced

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by EmeraldAutumn, Mar 3, 2021.

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  1. EmeraldAutumn

    EmeraldAutumn New Member

    Hello guys! Im new in Razer’s community/etc. Im thinking should I buy a Razer Blade 15 Advanced RTX 3070?? I heard some people saying issues like battery,heat,loud fan sounds,etc. And I heard some people saying they do not have any issue with Razer Blade 15 Im really confused and I do not want to waste my money can someone help should I buy a Razer Blade 15 Advanced RTX 3070? or no? Thanks.:)
     
  2. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    If you’re on laptop market 3070 qhd 240Hz is nice gaming laptop that’s almost packed with 2021 hardware, Qhd g sync, advanced optimus, usb c charging, dual m2 slot (new on advanced), hdmi 2.1 for 4K 120Hz tv output beside new rtx 3000 series. As for issue, it’s gaming laptop and it’ll be more sensitive than normal laptop, but you can get longer guarantee protection for that matter regardless Razer laptops if you’re buying 2K gaming laptops.

    I’m still using blade 15 advanced 2018, no hardware issue almost 3 years, the fans yes on gaming it’s loud because it’s doing what the best for the system, to cool it, battery not as great as the first time because of wear which’s usual, heat yes if you’re using it on max turbo even more efficient 7nm ryzen CPUs will hit 90ish areas on this form factor, some manufacturers liquid metal it (that might bring other problems) and touching 90ish, it’s because cooling room limitation. I personally prefer having cooler system so I disable or lower the turbo frequency to keep it on 80ish and I avoid using gaming mode (2018 model beside increase cpu tdp it OCed also the gpu), though apparently current model has better cooling solution or maybe better power limitation for thermal performance.
     
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  3. -Mr.Nobody-

    -Mr.Nobody- Active Member

    by the paper Rzb 15 is really good, no comment on that. in my opinion it depends on what you really needs for mobile gaming and works/ school it is really good light and portable, if its just for school i highly recommend the new one called razer book.

    Noted : there is no such as thing as 100% product. there is always pros and cons some consumer might get defective device and some may not its because how mass the production, worst scenario u get bad one. u can always use razer warranty. i believe is 2 year. dont forget to register ur device as soon as u get ur hands on, and if anything happen that beyond help always record for whats the problem so u have solid evidence.
     
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