The Razer Blade Stealth & Razer Core

Discussion in 'Systems' started by technokat, Jan 5, 2016.

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  1. I think the stealth would be the best.
     
  2. mintouch

    mintouch Active Member

    Startech said they will release it soon but for now, there are no such cables around here. You can't find it in anywhere. just wait for some time. :D
     
  3. gh0st01010

    gh0st01010 New Member

    Any advice choosing cooling pad for RBS ?
     
  4. xSirAndrew

    xSirAndrew Member

    The core is awesome although two questions. The Razer Core, (I probably should have done better research but I decided just to ask here) which Nvidia Driver does it have IF it does. Also a bit off topic but what's probably the best Nvidia Driver?
     
  5. peccetti_no_id

    peccetti_no_id New Member

    You know when it will arrive in Italy or in Europe?
     
  6. Lord_

    Lord_ New Member

    I need to get my hands on a Razer Blade first.
     
  7. xSirAndrew

    xSirAndrew Member

    Yeah, they may have a sell on this before school starts.
     
  8. bearda

    bearda Active Member

    I just use the latest ones from nVidia.
     
  9. this is amazing
     
  10. I made my own :)

    RBS cooler.jpeg
     
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  11. squirtpower

    squirtpower New Member

    When will it be released in europe?
     
  12. Thanks for testing this out!
     
  13. What are everyone's thoughts on the new Blade vs the Stealth? The Stealth has DDR3 memory and the Blade has DDR4. Also the Stealth just has the dual core while the Blade has the quad core. I was looking at the Stealth + Core, but I don't have a graphics card laying around so i'll need to pick one up. By the time I buy all that stuff the price is almost as high as the new Blade. How much of a difference does DDR4 and a quad core make?
     
  14. Have you tried streaming to your shield portable yet?
     
  15. Swanka

    Swanka Active Member

    Between DDR3 and DDR4, you're not going to notice a significant difference (if any) in terms of speed while gaming or doing productivity work. As for the quad-core CPU, it is a big step up certainly. Newer, more CPU-demanding games may not perform as well on a dual-core. That being said, with a strong graphics card in the Core, you can still get a really nice experience. Check this video for more info with using the Core with the Stealth.
     
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  16. xSirAndrew

    xSirAndrew Member

    Personally, I'd go with the Blade, despite the money games will run faster.etc. Although the Stealth + Core with a good graphics card may be better. Not sure but I'd go with the Blade.
     
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  17. Thanks! I saw that review from Dave2D! My day to day tasks aren't too intensive, going to college for computer programming so nothing too crazy, but I do play games on the weekends. Love games like the Witcher 3 which are more CPU intensive, so that worries me a bit about the Stealth.
     
  18. bearda

    bearda Active Member

    I tried for a night and couldn't get it to work to my Shield portable or TV. I don't think it's an issue with the Core, though. The Shield devices don't see the PC at all, and from what I can tell the PC isn't getting the connection from nVidia's servers to open up it's listening port and bouncing the connection from the Shields.

    I'll play around with it more later, but since this is the first newer nVidia card I've had that supports GameStream I've never gotten this working before. There seem to be quite a few problems with the initial connection not working on the Shield forums, so I probably just need to work through them and work it out.
     
  19. Nickellifehead612

    Nickellifehead612 New Member

    I'm just going to drop by 2 cents here on my RBS and Core combo experience so far.

    At first, installing the updates for your intel graphics, razer update, (make sure your windows is update too, and Nvidia GPU was a piece of cake. At first I thought I had a Razer core issue as every time I plug in my usb-type c into the RBS, I would here a popping noise. It would turn on the razer core lights but then shut off 5 seconds later. (The RBS was still charging though.) The solution was to make sure you allow the USB-C cord administrative access to your system (A screen was prompted up for me to choose). Once I made those configurations, The RBS and Core combo are absolutely amazing. The downside right now is the shortness of the USB-C cord.

    * In a few days I'll get my keyboard, in which, I'll test out the external monitor route.
    * I get an avg of 75 FPS on Overwatch (Ultra) with a GTX 1070.

    I hope this helps somebody out!
     
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  20. No problem. Thanks for trying!
     
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