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

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

  1. Preystation

    Preystation Member

    Im waiting for blade pro. I tot my blade 15 is too small. I hope it wont be as heavy as my old blade pro 4k.
     
  2. Vahdyx

    Vahdyx New Member

    I opted for the 240 Hz. I'm still scared of OLED. I worry about burn in so for me it's a wait and see type of thing. If people have no issues then I'll get one next upgrade which will be in 2-4 years assuming it lasts that long.
     
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  3. Kalleno

    Kalleno New Member

    When can we expect a release in germany/eu? I badly want that Blade 15 Advanced. :big_grin_:
     
  4. Do we have any indication as to when the OLED model will be available?
     
  5. lidongze10

    lidongze10 New Member

    What are the undervolt cpu limits?
     
  6. Sugik

    Sugik New Member

    The command afuwinx64.exe Charlotte2_0104.bin /B /P /N /K doesnt work... My bios file is named RazerUpdater, do I need to change this or something?
     
  7. VaJohn

    VaJohn New Member

    Sick
     
  8. Rubyleetretro917

    Rubyleetretro917 New Member

    Beaultiful l loved it so mut
     
  9. 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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  10. poppacalypse

    poppacalypse Well-Known Member

    so this, or the blade pro 17, guys??
     
  11. SI1823F11700934

    SI1823F11700934 New Member

    That's not too shabby!
     
  12. astroKINGwastaken

    astroKINGwastaken New Member

    Yes, I found some information about the launching date which is April 24 starting at $1,999. If I'm wrong someone else will correct me.
     
  13. Maximusisback

    Maximusisback Well-Known Member

    I'd go with the 15"
     
  14. SyntheticRanger

    SyntheticRanger New Member

    Def need it for my setup! ❤️
     
  15. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member VANGUARD

  16. CyberLocc

    CyberLocc New Member

    Sorry to say, it wasnt :slightly_sad:

    The new blades thermal pads are MUCH improved, a lot of the internals are. good QOL for people who want to swap SSDs/Ram.

    The Temps are very good, like very good, which is an issue. With the new Blade im hitting 75c on the hottest core on CB20 loops. Which is irritating, as the 45w limit is still in effect, which is dumb, it can take more heat now, that limit needs increased.

    I did add 2 thermal pads, thinking it might help a bit. Maybe it does, maybe not, I was already in there switching the drives so figured why not lol.

    EDIT: its worse than I thought, just ran 6 more back to back. The high of 75c, thats before the throttle. When its throttled to 45ws, the temps never go over 65c. NEVER. This is absurd, every other 9750h laptop is going to destroy the blade, apparently this CPU ran much cooler, the throttle made sense on the 8750h as it would hit 85c easy, even with the throttle. This cpu is running 20c cooler, this throttle is needs vastly increased. BTW those temps are with no repaste, and a -80 UC, without the UC, it runs the same temps, just at 2.9 instead of 3.1
     

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  17. LoganXWrench

    LoganXWrench New Member

    Cette ordinateur a l'air d'être tarpin bien mais bon plus de 3000€ sa fait mal...
     
  18. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    That’s power limit throttling that’s known from last year model to make the system run cooler. Cinebench is light cpu stress test, cpu demanding titles like AC Oddysey, Shadow of the tomb Raider, Far cry 5 is the real enemy. Try running it in an or two hours you’ll be thankful to that power limit imo. There’s not much review about 9750H in thin light form factor. But Gigabyte 15 9750H 2070maxq review just out yesterday, and it runs average 3,5ghz multicore, and on gaming it’s throttling.
    https://www.notebookcheck.net/Gigab...0H-RTX-2070-Max-Q-Laptop-Review.420747.0.html
    You can unlock it per bios with tweaks (by your own risk), i tried that but I prefer cooler temperature on this form factor.
     
  19. CyberLocc

    CyberLocc New Member


    With my 2070 model, looping benches of SoTR, neither the GPU or CPU go over 75c after an hour. So no, no I am not happy with that power limiting. Also that 75c max, thats stock, no repaste no UC, Stock. So no, I am extremely not happy.

    Especially when the cheaper and same thickness Asus Zephyrus is pulling 3k in CB20 for 500 dollars less. Thats not acceptable, thats 25% faster for less money.

    We will see how the next couple weeks fare with updates from Razer on this. However I may have to just return my blade. Not going to accept spending 25% more, and getting 25% less performance, for utterly no reason. The reviews are starting, and this thing is going to be eaten alive. Its not like before, when they all Thermal throttled on the 8750 so the difference wasn't that large. The difference is huge now, and there is no reason for it.


    Edit: Just got an Ran CB15 as alot see to use that. 65c temps across 3 runs looped, and a score of 1060. Thats not acceptable.

    Thats in Gaming Mode, Creator Mode is gone with this new Blade.

    Edit 2: In CB15, it takes longer to kick in PLs, and before it does, while running 4.0 all cores, the CPU Temp is 80c, (Maxes of 85C on HWmonitor) thats a perfect acceptable temp, and it hits that with 65ws, which is the same wattage the 502GX allows its CPU. The 9750 is cooler, Razers Cooling is better, We need to be allowed 65ws so we can fully utilize the CPU.
     
    Last edited: May 18, 2019 at 11:51 AM
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  20. Maximusisback

    Maximusisback Well-Known Member

    C'est le prix à payer pour produits de Razer hélas
     
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