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Razer Blade 2016 GTX 1060 (Benchmarks)

Discussion in 'Systems' started by technokat, Oct 9, 2016.

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  1. U.K., Amazon says 8 - 11 November

    With the time difference it won't arrive before 9th at the earliest
     
  2. As said already killer software is poor and uses more CPU than it should

    But the Main reason I always ditch the killer cards are the Bluetooth 4.1 is very unreliable I've Always found and the intel is rock solid and cheap £18 upgrade imho

    Sorry to the OP didn't mean to take the thread off topic I'll post my benches soon hopefully
     
  3. JLP209

    JLP209 Active Member

    First post here, just wanted to share my results since I just fired up my Blade for the first time today. Haven't touched any settings on the Blade, simply updated Windows and Synapse. In the Nvidia CP I set to "max performance" mode for 3dmark. My system is FHD/256gb config.

    http://www.3dmark.com/fs/10705604

    Overall FireStrike score of 9243 and graphics score of 11,144 is a bit lower than most of the other systems with a 1060 but not drastic. I read some posts in this thread that our GPUs may be underclocked a little bit. So I expect if I set up Afterburner and apply a small core offset to get back to stock like other laptops, my score will be closer to average.

    I'm not running insanely demanding games on this laptop so I doubt it'll make much difference. Overall I am very impressed with the Blade. It's the laptop I've been looking for for quite some time, so versatile. I'll post some other time if / when I decide to install Afterburner and play around with some settings.
     
  4. fer.geraci

    fer.geraci Active Member

    Nice, you are lucky. Some people is below 9k that's why so much noise. Yeah after afterburning your machine, you should be golden. We are still unsure whether the machine is getting enough juice or not.

    Otherwise, yes, the machine rocks. It feels solid as hell and is a lot of fun to work with. I used this computer for work, like 90% of my day, so I am demanding in other ways than gaming. At this price point, we should analyze this system on a higher standard than other machines.

    Cheers!
     
  5. Lunatics

    Lunatics Member

    Just spent a good 2 hours or more playing 3 or 4 games of csgo with the slight oc in afterburner everyone is using and the highest my Cpu got was 74 degrees with one core showing 77 and 75 for gpu not the most demanding game but really stisfied with my temps so far especially after spending a good few hours on it.
     
  6. AloysiusTee

    AloysiusTee Member

    How much was your average fps when playing and what settings and resolution was it on?
     
  7. Lunatics

    Lunatics Member

    I've posted about the fps before, average about 200 with dips down to 150ish and peaks up to 250ish playing at 1080p and low settings except texture detail.
     
  8. fer.geraci

    fer.geraci Active Member

    Any other game like a demanding game, such as BF1? I am playing on High, Conquest, and getting 45-60 @ 78-79 Celsius.
     
  9. Does everyone experience this lag in normal usage, its seems to happen randomly while changing settings etc, but I can reproduce it just about every time by clicking on the battery icon in the notification area and my mouse will lag right when it opens, also while opening Geforce experience the mouse will lag or freeze.
     
  10. fer.geraci

    fer.geraci Active Member

    yes
     
  11. I got 8650 ish I don't remember the score on just high performance with manual update driver for Nivdia 375.70 then i use MSI afterburner core of 185 and 400 on memory to get this score. Increased by 200 only. Trying to get to 9k
     

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  12. Nimitz_x2z_no_id

    Nimitz_x2z_no_id New Member

    Yikes, that's really low start and not much gain. I would test some games and see if they are just as low... but that's just me. I wont get mine till Tuesday then ill test and see, if mine is that low I may just send it back and move to another brand... 1060 is already lower than I wanted but I was willing to sacrifice... for the size but not this much...

    Edit: Do you have the QHD or FHD?
     
  13. I have the FHD 256 GB
     
  14. Nimitz_x2z_no_id

    Nimitz_x2z_no_id New Member

    I did not figure it would matter since Firestrike runs 1080P anyway but was curious if they could have undervolted one over the other... I owned 2 1070 laptops in the last few weeks but the size and other issues just made me go with this... I guess as long as it performs well enough based on 1080P games at decent frames I can live with this... ill post my results when I can. Both my ASUS and Alienware 17 were at 13000 Fire strike, I know its a 1070 and not in the same class, just stating that... I was hoping for 1060 to see mid 9000s... as according to the many other laptops in this class I have seen median is 9500 with the MSI hitting high 9000... (9850 on one I saw)
     
  15. General_Adam

    General_Adam New Member

    Do you think that is a bug which can be fixed or quality issue? Because it does not randomly happen, but always.
     
  16. [/QUOTE]For the people that is getting 7700 (unacceptable) I strongly encourage you to: update driver, update windows, uninstall all software you do not use on a daily basis (in my case killer suite, geforce experience) but it is still opened on the background. Go to device manager and click on update driver for audio and Intel graphics...[/QUOTE]

    Does running fire strike consecutively have a chance of reducing the score?

    What are peoples fps on battlefield 1 on high and ultra?
     
  17. Firebat246

    Firebat246 The One Staff Member

    For the people that is getting 7700 (unacceptable) I strongly encourage you to: update driver, update windows, uninstall all software you do not use on a daily basis (in my case killer suite, geforce experience) but it is still opened on the background. Go to device manager and click on update driver for audio and Intel graphics...[/QUOTE]

    Does running fire strike consecutively have a chance of reducing the score?

    What are peoples fps on battlefield 1 on high and ultra?[/QUOTE]

    I'm getting 75-85fps on average for battlefield 1 ultra settings.
     
  18. fer.geraci

    fer.geraci Active Member

    Does running fire strike consecutively have a chance of reducing the score?

    What are peoples fps on battlefield 1 on high and ultra?[/QUOTE]

    I'm getting 75-85fps on average for battlefield 1 ultra settings.[/QUOTE]
    Theres no chancebin hell i would be able to push 75-80 ultra on conquest in my machine. Grrrrrr
    All overclocked, I cant go above 9719 ... So i assume thats it wfor me. Overclocked as hell of course.

    Im probably gonna be returning the blade for a gs63vr if support can not bring a bios patch to adjust the gpu w/o overclocking.
     
    Last edited: Nov 7, 2016
  19. Shivan_no_id

    Shivan_no_id New Member

    i`m still at "Preparing for Dispatch". did they prepare yours? i also saw that as soon as i posted the link to their page on this thread, their machines sold out in 2 hours time :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

    Does running fire strike consecutively have a chance of reducing the score?

    What are peoples fps on battlefield 1 on high and ultra?[/QUOTE]

    I'm getting 75-85fps on average for battlefield 1 ultra settings.[/QUOTE]
    what are your overclock values?
     
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  20. fer.geraci

    fer.geraci Active Member

    I'm getting 75-85fps on average for battlefield 1 ultra settings.[/QUOTE]
    what are your overclock values?[/QUOTE]

    185/700... After that i just lose performance.
     
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