[Support Video] Looking to Upgrade Your Blade's RAM?

Discussion in 'Systems' started by Dekades, Dec 17, 2020.

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  1. Dekades

    Dekades Community Cowboy Staff Member

    Replacing or upgrading your Blade's RAM is a great way to increase it's longevity and performance. Whether you're looking to replace existing RAM to help fix hardware related issues or want that extra kick of horsepower to give you the gaming edge, the Razer Blade is designed with upgradeability in mind.

    Please note that any damages caused by upgrading or modifying the Razer Blade are not covered by Razer's Warranty Policy. For more information, see Razer's Warranty Policy.

    Visit the Support page on upgrading RAM: How to upgrade RAM on the Razer Blade | https://mysupport.razer.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/3988/

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  2. Aanshu

    Aanshu Well-Known Member

    Awesome idea really good
  3. Kenserky

    Kenserky Well-Known Member

    Never had real trouble with my Razer stuff.
    But why don't you make videos about optimising our PC performances with the good use of cortex.
  4. dodo_0

    dodo_0 Well-Known Member

    Nice video it will help to all newbies =]
  5. JulianKapa

    JulianKapa Active Member

  6. mozila80

    mozila80 Well-Known Member

    i know this already but it may help other ppl :smile_:
  7. aiyionman

    aiyionman Well-Known Member

    Add more RAM for your Chrome. lol
  8. River_ssz

    River_ssz Active Member

    You know what would go great with this, a razer blade for myself, don’t you think?
  9. Sye_The-Vie

    Sye_The-Vie Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    Video editing is great, I like how it is well detailed of instructions you need to follow and good CGI view to back your instructions.

    Well done RAZER.
  10. RacianVD

    RacianVD Well-Known Member

    I like the black green screwdriver but it aint RGB xD
  11. jakw0lf

    jakw0lf Well-Known Member

    Good detailed video which can help everyone.
  12. El_Chameleon

    El_Chameleon Active Member

    A good next video could be about replacing the SDD in the Blade. Usually this process also requires the installation of Windows on the new SSD, by going through the laptop BIOS, and could be a good support video for those who never had to do this process before.
  13. Natachat90

    Natachat90 Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    Hello friends,

    I was already subscribed to your channel, I like and comment this video.

    Thank you, very good tutorial video.

    I don't know what kind of video would fit for Razer Support channel.

    Maybe easy installation of a Razer PBT Keycap Upgrade Set - Quartz? ^ _ ^
  14. FaezzulFarhan

    FaezzulFarhan Well-Known Member

    Good tutorial video ! Keep it up Razer !
  15. jedramos

    jedramos Well-Known Member

    its so nice that you guys come up with this type of videos
    Timothy321, RacianVD, dodo_0 and 3 others like this.
  16. OneTreadLife

    OneTreadLife Well-Known Member

    Sounds like a plan I would also go for!
    dodo_0, RacianVD, Sye_The-Vie and 2 others like this.
  17. devlincmk

    devlincmk Active Member

    awesome idea. same, i can even make a follow-up video of it. lol
  18. TimRs

    TimRs Well-Known Member

    So I still need to buy the RAM(s) by myself... and have a probability to loose warrenty
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  19. Timothy321

    Timothy321 Well-Known Member

    Given that most of the Razer Blade already had 16GB RAM at least, I don't see there was any need to do so.

    If that could upgrade SSD or others that would be more useful.

    It is noticed that the games since last year were at least 100GB or above ( Call of duty cost 200GB +)...... and the Blades were only provide 512GB in average, not really friendly for gamers who play different variety of games.
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  20. magictim

    magictim Well-Known Member

    I was planned to buy a Blade that comes with an optical switch keyboard, but it is too pricey. Turns out, the MSI was selling the same performance at a 30% cheaper price. Not only that, I do get FREE upgrade for both RAM and SSD from 16GB -> 32, and PCI-E NVMe 512GB SSD -> 1TB. That's huge when comes from buying decision.

    Moreover, they provide installation service for this upgrade campaign so that I don't take risk to do so.

    Hopefully, Razer could provide something similar in the future.
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