Recommend a guide for Razer Blade Pro FHD

Discussion in 'Systems' started by Suuns, Apr 12, 2018.

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  1. Suuns

    Suuns Member

    Greetings everyone,

    Just got a replacement for my Razer Blade Pro and got completely new one from Razer.

    Can someone recommend me a guide from A - to - Z
    Which will include, setting it up, tweaking, configuring, calibrating, do-s and don't-s to squeeze maximum out of this bad boy?

    Thanks in advance
     
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  2. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member

    What was your issue with the previous device that you sent to RMA? I thought this model has no issue. It’s only gtx1060 inside it, like living in a castle alone, compared to Blade 14...it’s like living in capsule hotel in Japan, though you can still, watching movies in your laptop, reading books or sleep;)
     
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  3. Suuns

    Suuns Member

    Unfortunately no :confused_:

    Here is the topic I created regarding all the issues I've experienced and still experiencing with my new Blade.
    https://insider.razer.com/index.php?threads/issues-with-razer-blade-fhd-synapse-2-0.32313/
     
  4. BlutigEisbar

    BlutigEisbar Active Member

    First and foremost I would not advise overclocking any of the parts on that device. It's a laptop, not a gaming desktop and the differences are so minor that I would never recommend doing this on this device.

    The other thing is just keep things simple :big_grin_: You don't need every game from your steam library on your device and you don't need ever optional software for drivers. Killer AC wifi works just great without it's software controller. Basics make it work great now and well into the future.
     
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  5. figrin1

    figrin1 Member

    Many of the settings in this guide should apply to your Blade Pro, since the processor and GPU are identical. Not sure about the BIOS settings though. Might want to dig around on that.
     
  6. Suuns

    Suuns Member

    Thank you will definitely try this! Although, I have no idea what to do in bios if they're not.
    Also, would undervolting void my warranty?
     
  7. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member

    No undervolting won’t avoid the guarantee, i think 99% Blade owner doing that, other gaming laptop owners do also that to get better temperature.
    Audio visualizer isn’t optimized for systems, though I could manage somehow to work with my 14, and I think on supported device the developer also only stated Blade Stealth.
    Is those other issues still exists on your new device, like blinking and popping sound?
     
  8. Suuns

    Suuns Member

    Thank you for letting me know, I will get into undervolting soon enough.

    As for other issues, they are still present. Would you kindly explain how you got it to work on your blade 14'?
    Ill try your method too maybe it will work this time.

    One more thing tho, here it states that AV is supported for all three systems
    https://www2.razer.com/chroma-workshop/apps-audio-visualizer
     
  9. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member

    I see, I was using not the latest version but older one in order to work properly with my gears, at that time th
    was Diamondbacks and Blade, though since it was very buggy and sometimes didn’t work as I want I uninstalled it within a week. I’m on mobile so can’t see desktop version, when I’m not wrong I can search on the site the older version, I you couldn’t try google it maybe there’s any.
     
  10. figrin1

    figrin1 Member

    If you're feeling at all uncomfortable about undervolting through the BIOS, then just do it through XTU. If you flash the wrong thing to your Blade Pro's BIOS it could be a really serious problem.
     
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  11. Suuns

    Suuns Member

    Oh boy, I am a complete newb at this. What is XTU :eek_:
     
  12. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member

    It’s okay i was also using Blade 2015 for almost 2 years and didn’t even know what uVolting was;) Here’s Intel xtu download page.
     
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  13. figrin1

    figrin1 Member

    Sorry, it's a utility that can be used to undervolt your processor. In the guide I recommend Throttlestop but XTU is another very popular way of achieving an undervolt without modifying the BIOS.
     
  14. Suuns

    Suuns Member

    Okay thank you very much Ill look into it. One more question th, is XTU as efficient as modifying BIOS OR modifying BIOS leads to better results, but is more risky?

    I mean, why would someone choose a risky way if the XTU is as efficient?
     
  15. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member

    XTU sometimes changes the value to default it self or if the system crashes or hard booting, but if you do that per bios it’ll stay forever until you change it manually, but you have to moding the original bios that has a risk bricking your 2k machine, and may void the guarantee. You can try other free software, throttlestop it’s more stable than intel XTU but maybe not user friendly, if you’re new on this. Here’s some guide about it, happy reading;)
     
  16. Suuns

    Suuns Member

    thank you!
     
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