Razer Blade 15.6" (GTX 1060/1070, 2018 edition) Owner's Lounge

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  1. CraftyClown

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    It’s about this vulnerability things that users posted on Reddit.
     
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    Cheers, good to know
     
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    Duplicate post :D
     
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    Hi there. Can owner of Razer Blade 15 rtx 2070 and UHD display tell how long does the battery live?
    Thank you
     
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    Speaking about fixes. Here is the link to the firmware update to get the 60Hz on the BOE panel, installed and confirmed working. http://rzr.to/Tafjq Credit goes to the dude who posted in my Reddit thread here
     
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    Aghhhhh! has anyone managed to turn off adaptive brightness?

    I have no options for it under Windows display settings, or under advanced power options, yet it is definitely happening whilst I'm on battery.

    Please tell me Razer haven't locked it into the settings?
     
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    Did you look through the Intel driver interface? It has dynamic color shifting to conserve battery in the energy settings.
     
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    Yeah, may have fixed it. I rolled back to the intel graphics drivers from the Razer website whilst trying to fix an issue with ICC profiles and it looks like that version doesn't have the full Intel driver interface for some reason. I just reinstalled the latest intel drivers and the interface is back and lo and behold the low power options had been switched back on.

    I'm really not impressed by Razer's implementation of drivers
     
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    For the most part Razer just repacks and renames already existing drivers. At least for the Intel Graphics driver they have more than likely changed nothing. The Realtek audio driver also is just what Realtek has on their FTP with some tweaks for Razer that Realtek also supplies.

    I wouldn't be surprised if Intel's installer screwed something on your previous install. I also had that happen on machines of friends with Nvidia drivers, where the control panel would simply not be registered or have shortcuts created for until a complete Windows reinstall.

    I personally would rather use more recent drivers than "Razer certified" ones. Packaging a custom build of the most recent Realtek audio driver (and they update pretty frequently behind the scenes) fixed a few problems for me because Razer simply supplies an old driver.
     
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