Razer Core - $399 for Blade users/$499 standalone

Discussion in 'Systems' started by Min-Liang Tan, Mar 16, 2016.

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  1. statton4

    statton4 Member

    off topic i noticed that during a recent update my dell xps 13 had a bios update as well...got a lil excited then realized they would have to get a core to do any sort of testing to make it compatible :{
     
  2. KarmicSandwich

    KarmicSandwich Active Member

    Ah ok, thanks man. Makes more sense now.
     
  3. JonoJeffery

    JonoJeffery Member

    Is the Core price listed here American or Australian dollars? There is a pretty serious difference and it'd be nice to know beforehand.
     
  4. Deathalo

    Deathalo Active Member

    Lol, no offense but it's obviously USD, why would they list anything here as Australian dollars? It's not an Australian site...
     
  5. mmocarski

    mmocarski Active Member

    Haha, it better be, Razer won a lot of media attention due to this product and subsequently it caught a lot of flak in this thread regarding the price - if the build isn't top notch then Razer can expect a pretty huge backlash.
     
  6. fakeian

    fakeian New Member

    My Intel Skull Canyon NUC just arrived.. Now I just need that RAZER CORE to finally ship! Any word on shipping updates?! Let's GOGOGO!
     
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  7. MarcusChai

    MarcusChai Active Member

    ya because first razer blade already defected right out of box. will contacting them to know more about how their warranty go thru.
     
  8. EasonHK

    EasonHK New Member

    What defects does it have?
     
  9. MarcusChai

    MarcusChai Active Member

    laptop bottom cover has a big gap right out of box
     
  10. EasonHK

    EasonHK New Member

    Seriously? Got a picture? Did you try using a T5 screwdriver and reseating it?
     
  11. MarcusChai

    MarcusChai Active Member

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    not never try to fix my self, end up i send back to Amazon and replace a new order with UHD 512gb model
     
  12. EasonHK

    EasonHK New Member

    Oh yeah it was just assembled wrong. I explained in the other thread regarding the issue, but basically there's a T-shaped plastic bit on the inside of the cover that fits into a slot on the board to keep it shut in place of the screws which the 14" blade has. If you don't like it up properly then the plastic bit will not go in and it will make the bottom bulge out like that.
     
  13. SHOXERS

    SHOXERS New Member

    thank bro

    yeah you better get messeage in your email man

    yeah!!!

    hahaha

    oh yeah! better get some messege in email!
     
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  14. price could be lower for blade user and more expensive for only the core $100 difference isn't that much
     
  15. JonoJeffery

    JonoJeffery Member

    Yeah I was sure that was the case but can always hope for the best.
     
  16. Any news yet on whether or not the Core will support the GTX 1080? The list of compatible graphics cards hasn't changed after the announcement of the GTX 1080/1070, and I have already seen reviews of the GTX 1080 from several news outlets. I would assume that Razer was also able to get ahold of a review unit, since they worked closely with NVIDIA to develop the Core.
     
  17. Road_Runner86

    Road_Runner86 Member

    I really hope that it's compatible. the 1080 is going to be my graphics card of choice. It should put the new razer blade and blade stealth in a realm of their own.
     
  18. mmocarski

    mmocarski Active Member

    I'm planning, like most here I'd bet, to grab a 1080 gtx, when they come out.

    It would be great if we could get an update from someone at Razer so address whether this setup (1080 gtx + Core) will work together (drivers and all) on release day. I'm assuming it will, but it would be nice to hear something official.
     
  19. ididntmemeto

    ididntmemeto Member

    Why would it NOT be compatible? As long as Nvidia releases the drivers (not for the Core, for the 1080) and it fits (it will) and it doesn't consume too much power (it won't), it will work just fine.
     
  20. mmocarski

    mmocarski Active Member

    It needs more than basic drivers to work properly with the Core, it needs a driver that specifically supports Intel's detachable graphics.
     
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