Razer’s latest Blade 17 features 11th-gen Core i9 CPUs

    It also offers up to a 16GB RTX 3080 GPU and a 360Hz display.

    Razer has launched his latest 17 blade with NVIDIA and the latest Intel spare parts targeted at gamers and content makers. It also launched a lighter blade base, but it was much cheaper and still quite complete, also equipped with the latest Intel’s 11th generation CPU.

    The Blade 17 of course the star of this show, because it comes with the 11th generation Intel 8-Core Core i9-11900h, the same we saw on this 15-year laptop knife. As the first 10-nanometer Gaming PC chip Intel, giving a speed of 19 percent above the last CPU of equivalent genes, Intel claims. You can also connect the chip of up to 4.9 GHz while looking at the Stock PL1 Power Draw 65 Watt. All that means you have to see more performance and power efficiency at the same time, according to Razer and Intel.

    To praise the CPU, you can get Blade 17 with the GPU RTX 3080 in an 8GB or 16GB configuration, depending on the display. And there are three view options: You can get it with a 400 HDR 400 Nit 1200Hz touch screen for content making (with 16GB VRAM RTX 3080 configuration), the 1080p 360Hz screen for the fastest gaming possible, or a 240Hz 2,560 x 1,440 screen for a mixture of both.

    Other specifications include 32GB 3,200 MHz dual-channel DDR4 RAM (can be upgraded to 64GB), until SSD 4TB NVME (with an open M.2 slot) and many ports: two lightning 4 ports (USB-C 3.2 Gen2), three USB 3.2 genes 2 Type A Ports, HDMI 2.1 and UHS-III SD card readers. It is also equipped with WIFI6, 1080p webcam with Windows Hello IR, spatial audio support Thx, a 4-mic array and 70.5 WHR battery.

    All of it fits the Square body 6.06 pound with a relatively slim razer style at 19.9 mm. The Blade 17 is now available for pre-orders at $ 2,400, but you will pay up to $ 3,700 for a model equipped with a 4K screen with 32GB RAM and RTX 3080 with 16GB DDR6 VRAM.

    BLADE 15 Base (below) is simpler equipped than the model or blade 15 that we saw in May. However, it still has a respectable component including an Intel 8-core i7-11800h processor and up to RTX 3070 8GB graphics. It is also equipped with 108Hz IP 1080p, Display Certified Thx or 165Hz QHD screen with a range of DCI-P3 to 100 percent.

    Other features on the Blade 15 base include port 4 Thunderbolt (USB-C), three USB ports 3.2 Gen 2, USB-C port 3.2 Gen 2, HDMI 2.1 and Gigabit Ethernet. It was a little disappointment from the advanced 15 blade, which had an extra Thunderbolt port and UHS III SD card reader. However, you will also pay far less, because the Blade 15 base starts with $ 1,800, compared to prices starting at $ 2,300 from sophisticated blade.

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