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

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

  1. DvDpC_Fish

    DvDpC_Fish New Member

    Hi all, is anyone got mercury white 240Hz from german amazon, is the secondary keys lights up there? Question is because 144Hz didn't work for Uk an De market. Thanks.
     
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  2. panuwat6063

    panuwat6063 New Member

     
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  3. thatdangerous

    thatdangerous New Member

    man...i wish i had some money
     
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  4. jMOCNY

    jMOCNY New Member

    Just saw they have the 2060 144hz 9th gen available.. think this is the best choice for running WoW? I could get the higher 2070 or 2080 with the 240hz but will that be a bit overkill? I currently have a msi raider with a 1060.. and it runs awesome but i really want a run with Razer. Any input would be appreciated.
     
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  5. KaiserBOF

    KaiserBOF New Member

    Hi, I have a concern regarding my unit and not sure who to contact other that razers support team. They have made my unit picked up by star track and acknowledged its receipt but niw, they don't know the whereabouts of my unit. They kept on asking for time to look for my laptop, and now, it has been a month. Can someone please help me on this? Thank you!
     
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  6. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    Yes for The game I think it won’t reach 200fps even with 2080maxq, 144Hz would be sweet spot. But since your GE63 Raider? is a great laptop, with Razer maybe I would go with advanced model, 9th gen cpu Blade 15 2060 is updated base model 2018 with smaller battery capacity and normal heat sink, so advanced model (2070/2080 maxq) will give you new experience with better battery life and vapor chamber heat sink, beside better performance update over your Gtx 1060. But if you play rarely other titles and battery life isn’t matter maybe 2060 Blade mid 2019 also isn’t bad choice and you’ll get extra port ethernet and a free 2.5 storage slot.
    You can make a thread with support tag, usually staff will pick you up there and check your case further.
     
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  7. rierierules

    rierierules New Member

    Hope i can have ine.
     
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  8. yurish21

    yurish21 New Member

  9. jMOCNY

    jMOCNY New Member

    Thanks for the advice ! It is the ge63 raider, good call!
     
  10. Maximusisback

    Maximusisback Well-Known Member

    This is me every time Razer releases a new product
     
  11. ecaeca

    ecaeca New Member

    wow so nice guys
     
  12. I'm having problems with my razer blade 15. I just got it yesterday. It seems that my wifi speeds has a bottleneck. Any advice?
     
  13. KidsGolden

    KidsGolden New Member

    What is everyone's opinion on if its worth buying a gaming laptop like this or me building my own desktop? Just curious as ill be coming into some money and would really like a nice gaming rig.
     
  14. TrickyGizmo

    TrickyGizmo Member

    This really depends on how and where you will be spending your time. Based on your question, the how is gaming, so if you want the flexibility of doing that anywhere, then get a gaming laptop. An added benefit over a custom built desktop rig is that you'll have a warranty for the first year, and with Razer, you can extend for up to three years. Just remember that with Max-Q RTX, a comparable desktop equivalent is one designation down, i.e., a Max-Q RTX 2080 is roughly equivalent to a desktop RTX 2070 in performance.

    Personally, nothing beats a custom built rig, you'll know every part of it and it is upgradable. Your laptop will be dated the second you buy it and you'll only be able to upgrade the memory and storage. Your custom built rig on the other hand can be torn down to the case, and even that can be changed out if you want. I also think for a longer gaming session, a desktop setup is more comfortable, however if you go with a laptop, chances are that you'll wind up using an external keyboard, mouse, and monitor for most of your gaming anyway.

    Hope this perspective helps!
     
  15. TrickyGizmo

    TrickyGizmo Member

    I got the Advanced OLED yesterday and I have to say, of any laptop I have, including my MacBook Pro, it is hands down and far away the best screen I have ever seen on a laptop. OLED on a Razer is a match made in heaven! I originally thought the HD Advanced would be enough, but my applications (not games) require 4K, so this is perfect. Colors are crisp, vibrant and not overly saturated. I'll post some benchmarks from both the Advanced 15 HD Max-Q 2080 and the Advanced 15 OLED Max-Q2080 since the CPU and chipsets are different. Good job Razer!!
     
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