Take Full Control of your Razer Blade w/no PL Throttling

Discussion in 'Razer' started by David Kirchik, Mar 8, 2019.

  1. HandsomeGhost

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    Awesome. I have the Razer 15 Early 2019


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  4. stranula

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    I believe it can be enabled. The problem with me having a look is that I have no way to test it. The best I can say is follow the guide and see where it takes you.
     
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    Looks great!
     
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    veahavarde Notebook Enthusiast

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    Has anyone here dissasembled the lcd panel from a Blade 15 here? I am about to try a 144hz panel on my base 2018, but I am not sure how to dissasemble the screen chassis.

    Edit: Woops, I thought this was the owners forum. Sorry.
     
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    For anyone wondering, the late 2019 Blade Stealth 1650 max-q benefits from this massively.

    In Cinebench r20 it went from 1209 to 2117. Constant 2182 MHz with no throttling and the thermals aren't terrible with stock paste, around 80-85 degrees under full load.

    Battery life seems unaffected also at about 9 hours of general web surfing and productivity.

    Thanks to OP for sharing!

    Also is there any way to determine the "corrected" Watts the cpu is pulling? Math or another program?
     
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    Can you share your exact timings? I imagine all our Blades could benefit from your settings or near to them anyway.

    If anything goes wrong a CMOS reset will fix it anyways. :)
     
  9. stranula

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    That is 100% dependant on your memory modules. Mine are not the stock ones, so will be of no use for you. You just have to test setting and see what you get. There are only a handful of options to mess with, change 1 at a time, a step at a time, making note of what works and what doesn't.
     
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    At least share your speed and CL :)
     
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