Razer Blade 2018 Advanced is there C1E (C-State) and Vt-d?

Discussion in 'Razer Support' started by donaldmiller69, Mar 18, 2022.

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  1. donaldmiller69

    donaldmiller69 New Member

    I posted this in the General discussion and am posting this in here just in case.
    I am having issues with a audio interface that keeps having frequent pops and clicks in the audio-Universal Audio apollo mkii duo- and I am using cable that converts thunderbolt to thunderbolt 3 from apple and have been working with support at UAD, and they thought I should reach out to see if my system has C1E and Vt-d and if I can disable those to see if it helps.

    Is there something in the bios to do so? I found Intel Speedstep and Turbo but that's it.

    Also would anyone know if there's something with the port that could be the issue? Does it provide enough power or is it even really thunderbolt 3 or it just meant to be USB C.

    When I tried a different audio interface a focusrite scarlett solo with usb, i have no issues at all.
  2. Razer.Speedcr0ss

    Razer.Speedcr0ss Speed Hunter Staff Member

    Allow me to check your laptop's specs and available updates by sending me your Razer Blade's serial number. I’ll be locking this thread now. Feel free to send me a PM anytime or visit our self-help options should you have other questions or concerns.
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