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Will the 2018 14" Razer Blade have a 20 series gpu in it?

Discussion in 'Systems' started by Luqman.Hussain, Mar 18, 2018.


Will it have a 20 series Nvidia GPU In it?

  1. Yes

  2. No

  3. To early to tell

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  1. Luqman.Hussain

    Luqman.Hussain New Member

    The new 20 series cards are to be released in April. The blade should be released in May or June, does that mean the blade will include it?
    Do you think it is worth the upgrade or should Razer just stick with the 10 series cards? GTX 2080.jpg
  2. vistar

    vistar Active Member

    Once it is released, sure....even, of course. After all that is how the industry works, but the wait might be longer, more likely in the third quarter.
  3. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    No consumers Graphics card I think what ever Jensen Huang announce this late of the month, maybe something for those miners if any. 20 series for us maybe come later on Q3, saw it on nvidia subreddit. And maybe if it’s right it would be later this year mobile 20 series.
  4. RWarden

    RWarden Member

    But we don't know when the 20 series will be announce...
    Somebody know when the Razer 17" was announced in 2017? Octobre?
  5. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    End August for Pro FHD and 4K THX certified one, en mars;)
  6. I don't know about a 20 series GPU as cool as it sounds. I'm guessing an 8809G or 8709G because it has better performance for how much power it will consume. The 20 Series will probably use 250W and mobile versions maybe ~120-150W?

    The current GTX 1060 and 7700HQ already goes for 150-165W. But a 8809G that can be overclocked if needed runs at about 100W, a 40% decrease in power usage for performance within 10-15%

    My guess is they will use on of those AMD/Intel chips with a new interior chassis with a one touch overclock software for gaming that can be disabled for everyday use. This would lead to possibly better performance, battery life, thermals, and noise!

    But I want those slim bezels!
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