Razer Blade Owner's Lounge

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  1. Mitchell Gore

    Mitchell Gore Newbie

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    Wow it seemed to help I think... It went to 150+fps but only on non full screen. On full screen it is still limited to 40 fps
     
  2. hfm

    hfm Notebook Prophet

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    See if there's a vsync setting in Minecraft.

    Actually, it might be because it's running at 3200x1800 when full screen. Can you force the full screen resolution?
     
  3. Mitchell Gore

    Mitchell Gore Newbie

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    I have the vsync off and it still only runs at 30-45 fps at full screen. Im not sure how i would go about forcing the full screen resolution.
     
  4. hfm

    hfm Notebook Prophet

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    Might be that you have to change your desktop resolution. I'm
    You might just have to change your desktop resolution to 1080p or something before playing it and switch it back afterward. If you don't see a setting for it, that's probably it.
     
  5. Sumanji

    Sumanji Notebook Enthusiast

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    Quick question - for the Blade 14" (2013), is 1.01 the latest BIOS version?

    Cheers,

    Su
     
  6. Wask

    Wask Notebook Consultant

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    Razerblade 2012... Will this be able to upgrade to windows 10. I have recently had a update to synapse which said it was 100% compatible... Is this correct? Just I have all my DJ/Pro Audio software/hardware on it and don't want to eff anything up...
     
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    Wask Notebook Consultant

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    Well everything seems hunky dory Win 10 is really cool...
     
  8. Trigger10

    Trigger10 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Quick question - I have the 2015 256gb (3K) version of the Blade and am loving it. However since I decided to also make this my work laptop, I'm going to start running into storage issues sooner rather than later, especially as I add more games. Can I manually add another SSD to this particular model, or does it not have the extra slot for it?
     
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    Eason Notebook Virtuoso

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    Only 1 m.2 ssd unfortunately. Try cleaning up the win sxs folder.
     
  10. hfm

    hfm Notebook Prophet

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    I created a thread about upgrading, sorry on my phone I don't have a link handy.
     
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