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Razer Blade Stealth 2019 Issues

Discussion in 'Razer Support' started by thomasklee, Jan 19, 2019.

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  1. thomasklee

    thomasklee New Member

    Any one else experiencing these issues with the 2019 Razer Blade Stealth:

    1. Overly aggressive throttling leading to slow performance (plugged or unplugged)
    2. Bad USB C connection. Doesn't always charge when plugged in. Slow charge, or plugged in and discharging
    3. Coil Whine. More pronounced when plugged in.
     
  2. WaffleWarri0r

    WaffleWarri0r New Member

    seconded.

    are there any known fixes to this?
     
  3. thomasklee

    thomasklee New Member

    1. Perhaps undervolting, but I am of the opinion the system should be highly optimized out of the box and not for me to fix.
    2. I doubt it, this is hardware, probably next iteration will address this
    3. Same as 2, but undervolting might reduce it draws less power.

    Looking for support from others or ideally Razer with a solution to the throttling at least with a firmware update?
     
  4. thomasklee

    thomasklee New Member

    Additionally warning, I had swapped out my ssd and RAZER USA is saying I have voided my warranty. Not sure why though, even on the website it says the ssd is upgrade-able which sounds like they are open to mods.
     
  5. Skeith_0x5B

    Skeith_0x5B New Member

    I apologise for the cross-post here but:

    Have any of you audio issues with the new Stealth? Mine was giving off a static sound which went away when the audio was muted - are there any alternative drivers around for this thing?

    Thanks
     
  6. thomasklee

    thomasklee New Member

    Sounds like you are picking up the coil whine through the speakers. If you unplug the laptop and go on battery saving mode with the speakers on, do you notice they go quiet? Plug in again and go on maximum performance noise should come back
     
  7. Skeith_0x5B

    Skeith_0x5B New Member

    I'm pretty sure it's just an audio driver issue, I tried an older driver and the sound went away completely. I was just wondering if Razer are going to bother releasing an updated driver for this thing (there's not a single new driver release to address any of the reported issues with this thing).
     
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