[UPDATE] Razer Blade 15 ft. Intel 9th Gen processor

Discussion in 'Systems' started by Razer.WolfPack, Jan 6, 2019.

  1. Guys I will be installing my HyperX DDR4 2666 samsung b-die kit in my RB15 2070MQ, I expect better CPU scores as these have much better timings and can be further tweaked with XTU ( I got those timings so damn low on my previous laptop) so let me know if yo want me to share the data and I'll do some extra testing in case you might want to look into that kit for yourselves to squeeze every little bit of performance out of that 8750H.

    Yes Razer ships their systems with Samsung sticks @2666mhz but its not b-die and at first I thought b-die would be a bit of a waste to use in a laptop but I was wrong...!

    So lets see how this works out in the RB15
  2. EmeraldBolt

    EmeraldBolt Member

    Thank you for the advice, I've been undervolting eversince(didn't have that much time to find the most I could undervolt yet so..) and now I can score around 6710~ with time spy and 15700~15900 with Fire strike(once I've found the minimum I'll post them and the scores)as for thermals.. still not bad they aren't unbearable the only schorcing hot spot was under the display/exhausts and some times the palm rest became hot but it only occured once and for the crashs I don't know.. I still didn't rollback, I updated it to the latest yesterday but opening GeForce Experience crashed the whole system(it happened twice)but I'm not sure if it is that software that crashedthe sytem or something else since seconds ealier I was running primer
    Last edited: Mar 6, 2019
  3. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    It’s only time matter until you know your Blade well, you can push the graphics score to 19~K, with proper software tweaks (cpu undervolting and gpu overclocking). It seems rtx Blade doesn’t apply gpu OC, you’ve to set it manually with 3rd apps like afterburner.
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  4. EmeraldBolt

    EmeraldBolt Member

    I've downloaded NVIDIA Inspector to OC, I haven't done it yet I wanted to see how much I could get with only undervolting first then I might OC it
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  5. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    Yes you can OC with inspector, but you may want also have afterburner on screen display (OSD) to monitor your temperature. Inspector has monitoring feature but not OSD. Personally I would go with Afterburner, OC and in game monitoring feature, beside you can also scan OC value with Afterburner 4.6.0 beta, though it still can go higher than scored value.
  6. TRC0104

    TRC0104 New Member

    Mantap kalii
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  7. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    Hi welcome back...again:smile_: I think I can help you with that PL throttling since you know well Blade, shoot me a pm if you’re interested to do it...again:wink_:
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  8. Krighton.

    Krighton. New Member

    I'm on my 2nd day with mine (RTX 2080) and I'm in love. Madly, deeply in love. 120FPS + in everything on ultra. I'm already down to 90GB of disk space from throwing every game I want on there.

    My only complaint is I didn't catch the part where I had to wait 2 week for my Anthem code. :slightly_sad: this makes my eyes rain :frown_:
  9. Kenserky

    Kenserky Well-Known Member

    Maybe a delay for a possible refund ?
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  10. EmeraldBolt

    EmeraldBolt Member

    Lucky you.. I won't be getting mine.. since amazon didn't have any when I recontacted them for the same issue
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  11. Hey, glad to hear things are going well with your new Blade ! I read the review of the RB 2080 MQ on ultrabooks.com posted here by Derek712 ( https://www.ultrabookreview.com/25739-razer-blade-15-advanced-review/) and even though I only have a small OC on the GPU and undervolted the CPU I'm getting scores that are incredibly close to the 2080 MQ tested in the review.

    Of course, this has sparked my curiosity because without doubt the 2080 MQ is quite a bit faster in real life GPU intensive workloads. It has to be, especially the 90W variant configured in the Blade.

    So, I was wondering if you think you could share a couple of benchmarks scores, especially games that have built in benchmark tools such as: SOTTR, Far Cry New Dawn, Far Cry 5, Metro Exodus etc... Or you game give me just what kind of average FPS you get in the games you've tried out, that's fine too!

    I will try and post my numbers next to the ones provided in the review just to show what I mean, I'll have to come back to it, I gotta run right now !

    Hope to hear back from you !

    Game on Razer people!

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  12. RazerRanix

    RazerRanix Active Member

    So I finally received my blade 15 rtx2080.
    Quality is great, in game performance at 1080p is super confortable. It s like a perfect card for 1080p. You can max out AAA game and stay above 60 frame.
    144htz display and color: beautifull.

    Sadly I will send back my unit. I have super strong coilwhine that I can here far too much, plus O have on spot of backbleed on the downside that is so strong that in game (resident evil 2) or movie you can see a super bright spot.

    I didn t even overclock it, performance in stock are already great.

    At this price I can t accept this backbleed, that just to disturbing. Coilwhine I would have change the ssd and see if it get better, but the backbleed...

    I will order another unit and hope to receive one with acceptable backbleed.

    Dbrand skin should be mandatory...
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  13. EmeraldBolt

    EmeraldBolt Member

    ok now this is strange.. I guess I cannot overclock my GPU up to 200 Mhz, 3DMark keeps crashing.. at first I thought it was because of the undervolting(-140 which is stable 99% of the time)but then I rest the voltage and tried it with only the OC and it kept crashing, now I'm trying it with judt 150 and it hasn't crashed yet, cann I really only overclock it by 150Mhz?
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  14. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    Every card has different default (base) frequency clock and boost clock, for example my 1080ti (Zotac mini) max OC was +125mhz from base clock ( same with desktop setting OC value), meanwhile other with better cooling fans like rog strix should be higher, this is manufacturer OC setting. 2070 Evga Black was +180, and same card that dead before that one can manage 190 in this case it’s called silicons lottery. My current Blade 1070maxq can handle 210, meanwhile other can’t handle even 200, and some other can do +230, this is other example from gpu silicon lottery. I’m not quite detailed with Blade rtx cards OC value but you can start from +100 core and rise it every 10mhz to see its max value. Undervolting cpu would even give better score since it give more thermal room on cpu which is stressed on gpu OC. What I know since we have same cpu, stable and save undervolte value for 8750H is around-120mV.
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  15. EmeraldBolt

    EmeraldBolt Member

    at -140mV it crashed only twice like 3 days ago, it hasn't been crashing eversince, maybe ThrottleStop isn't actually undervolting it?
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  16. BrianRevy

    BrianRevy Well-Known Member

    With how my Nendoroid collection is growing, I dont think i'll ever have enough $ for this ;c
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  17. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    If you are not familiar with TS try Intel XTU. But first reset the value on TS and if possible uninstall it, those two works not great with each other, unless you can limiting both software. Btw crash is because too low undervolting value, if it doesn’t apply it won’t crash unless your cores temperature hit 100.
    If you’re getting used to undervolting environment in a thin light gaming laptop you’ll notice it immediately by fans behavior and temperature.
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  18. Yolorolo102

    Yolorolo102 New Member

  19. Maximusisback

    Maximusisback Well-Known Member

    Hey man!
    I see you're a newbie here, I just wanted to let you know that your response might be considered spam/fluff and therefore could be penalized.
    I would encourage you to read the Posting Guidelines
    as well as the Razer Insider House Rules
    in order to avoid future inconveniences.
    You can PM me if you have any questions or need any help! :big_grin_:
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  20. EmeraldBolt

    EmeraldBolt Member

    I've been using the Blade for the past few days with -140mV UV(I've set ThrottleStop to set the voltages immediatly) and it has been running without any issue, could it be that they "upgraded" the undervoltability?:joy::joy:
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