Razer Blade 15 RTX update

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  1. HAMSTERS

    HAMSTERS Notebook Guru

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    Coil whine and Light bleed are to be expected. Some units have it worse than others but in the end it does not effect the longevity of the device.
     
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    Are any of you with an RTX card able to run the 3DMark DLSS feature test? It tells me I dont have a compatible card, also if I try to enabled DLSS in Battlfield 5 the game crashes out on my and won't load....

    Drivers and Windows up to date.

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    Set Phys X, in nvidia control panel, to RTX graphics card.
     
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    I am not seeing much about the 2060 variant. It appears to be the laptop version and not MQ. If so, that would make it potentially 10-15% faster than the 2070 MQ. Am I missing something here? Why wouldn't you just go for the cheaper 2060 option if that is indeed the case?
     
  5. Joikansai

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    That’s quite untrue, yes you’re missing a lot both 2070mq and 2060 is already downclocked mobile gpu, there’s officially no 2060 maxq yet. And 2060 performs quite similar with 1070maxq. Giving it maxq would be cripple it more down. GPU tdp is vary depends on brands, there’re 80watt and 90 Watt version, Blade 15 is usually use later and a lot reviewers unit are 80watt 2070maxq, like Aero 15, that confused a lot users. Here’s same Blade performance difference, all are stock gaming mode with cpu undervolting (idk on 2060 one)
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    With some afterburner touch and lower undervolting with good silicons lottery it may go higher.
     
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    Yeah the speakers are definitely different sounding. I wouldn't say mine sound muffled though but they do have more bass for sure. I like the sound of the updated speakers.
     
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    While I understand what you are saying, I am was basing my performance assertion on this: https://www.notebookcheck.net/GeFor...Force-RTX-2060-Laptop_9611_9581.247598.0.html

    I am in total agreement that it isn't logical.
     
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    That’s what I was talking about, Aero 15 2070 is 80 watt, and probably a lot manufacture bios limitation for thermal reason. You can’t compare (on some benchmarks) it with 2060 laptop that paired with K cpu. Best comparison is between models on same brand, gpu tdp and same cpu.
     
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    I didn't even look at the laptop being used (obviously). Now that I see they are using a desktop class 9700K in the much larger Schenker XMG Ultra 15 it makes much more sense. Thanks for the clarity.
     
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    At least beats my 1080 GT73 overclocked by a small margin.
     
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