The Razer Blade Pro

Discussion in 'Systems' started by technokat, Oct 20, 2016.

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  1. Announcement - March 17th 8AM PST
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    Hey Insiders,

    We heard your requests and we’re glad to announce that the 250W Power Adapter is available as a standalone accessory at RazerStore. You now have the option to get additional chargers for your new Razer Blade Pro and experience desktop-grade gaming regardless of where you are.

    Power up now: http://rzr.to/adapter
     
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  2. DeMoNQuaD

    DeMoNQuaD New Member

    I was having the same problem with cs:go for a long time and since I have updated to the last Nvidia driver, it looks ok for now. Did you find a solution?
     
  3. lolchez

    lolchez Active Member

    only 4000$ ;-;
     
  4. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    Isn't it same power adapter that come with Blade Pro? It's not 6 months after its release, isn't it. It will be better if Razer reproduce Razer Edge keyboard or external battery pack, because its price like a hell in Ebay.
     
  5. campJellyBeanbit607

    campJellyBeanbit607 New Member

    looks to be the same thing. My adapter says 250W also.
     
  6. .Z4x.

    .Z4x. Active Member

    When is Kaby Lake expected to hit the Pro? (-;
     
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  7. kit0114

    kit0114 New Member

    This is cool !
     
  8. vistar

    vistar Active Member

  9. .Z4x.

    .Z4x. Active Member

    Wow! That was a *very* nice surprise.
    Now, my only remaining excuse is the 32GB limit on memory.
    Although it will be difficult to resist the urge to just go ahead and order one "as-is", anyway... (-;
     
  10. shoutoutjt

    shoutoutjt Member

    I'm looking to sell my 2016 razer blade to anyone that is interested. I am a videographer / photographer so the new processor will help me lots. Selling for 3600$ plus shipping . Total I paid was 4000$. Accepting offers as well
     
  11. madseason1

    madseason1 New Member

    Hello everyone,
    Hopefully one of you can help real quick. I've nuked the RAID and have had no problems for a couple months. So that's good news. However I'm now wanting to replace the SSDs with 3rd party 1TBs and try to reconstitute the RAID array. I'm having trouble doing that though. Whenever I try to do it in the Bios and then start a fresh win 10 install it never finds any drives to install windows on. Am I missing a controller driver? Or maybe some instructions that someone has a link to?

    Thanks for your help!
    fitz
     
  12. slingshotz06

    slingshotz06 New Member

    You nuked the Raid configuration, but didn't disable the raid controller. Somewhere in the bios you need to switch from raid to AHCI. This will disable Raid completely and you should be able to view the HDD during the windows setup.
     
  13. madseason1

    madseason1 New Member

    Thanks for your response. I actually am currently running in AHCI and it's running fine. What I want to do though is replace the ssd's and then use them in RAID again to see if the ssd's are the problem. But when I set it back to RAID in the Bios and start to do a fresh win 10 install, win 10 doesn't find any drives to install on. So How can I go back to using a RAID configuration?

    Thanks again!
     
  14. Chestnutleetcove255

    Chestnutleetcove255 New Member

    Guys.

    Its been a long time.
    There is new info that if I have in my sick RBP shut offs ingame and bios showig issue I switch off RAID and it will be no shut downs in game due heat and will be no showing BIOS issue after some afk time?
     
  15. ewa8949

    ewa8949 New Member

    Does anyone know how to disable both NVMe drives from the BIOS screen? I have a unique use case. I bought this laptop for work for Linux development work but left Windows on there just in case I want to game or something. I need to switch between different Linux distributions for testing and want to install them onto high speed usb drives and use the boot menu to choose between them.

    I want to disable the NVMe drives because it is the only way I know how to install a third OS (2nd Ubuntu install) onto a USB stick without messing up my current dual Windows/Ubuntu installation. I tried to install Ubuntu to a usb drive and used the manually partitioning scheme to successfully do this but then I couldn't boot any other OS without the USB stick installed. I had to run boot repairs to fix everything and then the usb stick wouldn't boot. I think that installing to a usb drive with the internal drives disabled would work and allow me to use the F12 boot menu to choose which OS to boot because this works when I try it on a NUC.

    I tried disabling the sata controller but both NVMe drives show up in the boot menu. The weird thing is that if I leave the sata enabled but change from AHCI to RAID (I previously disabled RAID and reinstalled) then neither drive would boot even though they show up. So it is like the SATA settings affect the NVMe drives under the raid config but disabling the SATA setting altogether does not disable the NVMe drive.

    My BIOS is from early November and I don't see any newer bios on Razer's download.
     
  16. Chestnutleetcove255

    Chestnutleetcove255 New Member

    Guys thx for fix BIOS (raid issue) I still dont try, but soon I do it.

    Anyone know what to do with ingame shutdowns? It is because of heat? Or if I disable raid its fix shudowns too while gaming too?
     
  17. slimjim8201

    slimjim8201 New Member

    Had my first in-game blue screen today...


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  18. Chestnutleetcove255

    Chestnutleetcove255 New Member

    Did you turn off RAID0?
     
  19. tostendorf

    tostendorf Active Member

    Is there a tutorial how to switch off RAID0?
     
  20. slimjim8201

    slimjim8201 New Member

    I had the machine delivered without RAID from HID Evolution.


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