Razor Blade Stealth + 64-Bit FL Studio

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by NicNacBeats, Feb 6, 2016.


Razor Blade Stealth for Fl Studio Music Production?

  1. Yes

  2. No

Thread Status:
Not open for further replies.
  1. just got my first razor laptop and i love the build quality and just in general by far the best pc laptop I've owned look wise which for me is very important! I am trying to run fl studio 64-bit on my new stealth but the performance isn't making sense at all?

    1. Its very jerky. is this cause the graphics card isn't that strong? i figured it should be ok for fl studio but i am not sure.

    2. i tried loading some of the demo songs that it comes with and the underuns are insane! it cant even play them.

    its making no sense to me. maybe my laptop isn't working right or maybe i thought it was a more powerful laptop than it actually is. Any help is appreciated!


    It's not a powerful laptop at all. But it should work with FL Studio's I mean Razer Music is thing with FL Studios and if Razer laptop can't run FL Studios something is wrong. Is it torrented?
  3. Chuemmer

    Chuemmer Active Member

    It is actually decently powered. Right now most games/applications only utilize two cores at most. FL12 requires a 2Ghz Intel Pentium and 1GB of RAM. The application should run buttery smooth. As should most modern programs on this machine
  4. jdbogaard

    jdbogaard Member

    Sorry your having problems. An i7 with hyperthreading should be fine for FL studio, but there are lots of ways to see what's going wrong.

    Some of these may seem silly, but since you didn't include a lot of details, here's a list of things I would try were I you.

    1) What other programs are you running simultaneously?

    2) Are your CPUs running at 100% the whole time? If not what else is eating CPU time?

    3) when you run FL studio, what temp are your cores running? Maybe your throttling?

    4) where is the media your editing living? Is it on the native SSD or is it on a network drive or an external drive? That can affect performance.

    5) It's not always possible, but have you tried running the software in safe mode to see how performance is when almost everything else is off?

    6) run some of the popular benchmarks and compare them to others with the same computer or CPU to see if your synthetic performance is in the same ballpark

    try some or all of those things and post back with results.
  5. mintouch

    mintouch Active Member

    Actually i7-6500u is not bad cpu for running FL studio. Look Apple. So many peoples are using Logic with 13" MBP which has similar CPU performance. You'll get the idea.
    Of course, not every component in Stealth is same class of MBP(especially, integrated sound codec & internal SSD performance) but at least the stealth can provide similar user experience for amateur musicians.
  6. boAgie_f

    boAgie_f Member

    I think its laptop for gaming... if you want to make Audio you shout buy Apple stuff i think... dont know its just my opinion
  7. Chuemmer

    Chuemmer Active Member

    Apple has nothing special over any windows machine for music. This laptop is also not designed for gaming, it is designed for work
Thread Status:
Not open for further replies.
Sign In with Razer ID >

Don't have a Razer ID yet?
Get Razer ID >