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u/H311K1T3 · 1 pointr/razer

First of all some things to point out.

  • On Amazon. Pay the $10/month for Amazon Prime, then cancel the monthly subscription, make sure to say "Keep benefits and End subscription". This way you get free- 2-day shipping for a whole month and hassle free returns. If anything goes wrong, return shipping is fast and free, as soon as Amazon Warehouse gets the defective item they will ship a new one out to replace you (within 30 days of purchase).

  • Many horror stories from buying off Razer Store. Personally haven't had issues as I got my Razer Man of War from Razer Zone, I have had no issues. I even though I bought it on the day it was released, I treat it like a toy. Headband still as strong as a Sol Republic Anti break Headband.

  • Just for your reference, on Amazon in late-2016 I bought my Razer Blade 14" GTX1060, i7-6700HQ, 16GB RAM, with a 512GB NVME SSD for $1999 + $183 TAX and 2-Day Prime Free Shipping. The exact same blade now costs $2,199.00 (Does not include TAX). The more recent Blade 14" i7-7700HQ (more CPU efficient) is $2,089.00 (does not include tax). So compare prices when Shopping. Max storage is 512GB.

  • There is a 4K Touchscreen RazerBlade 14" 512GB ($2,399.00) and a 4K Touchscreen RazerBlade 17" 512GB ($3,999.00). Both have a Maximum screen resolution of 3860x2160 pixels which sounds perfect if you want smooth scaling.

  • You can reduce the price for a few hundred bucks if you reduce the 512GB to either a 256GB SSD but i don't recommend it. It is possible to upgrade the M.2 NVME SSD, but it's much cheaper to have it in the same package rather than buy seperately.

  • Don't misunderstand, the Razer Stealth is amazing if all you are doing is "light" coding and Internet Browsing. I mean hell, it'd make a great back-to-school gift for pretty much any class if you don't game on it. Amazon lists it at $1399 for a Core i7-7500U (7th gen) with 16GB of RAM and a 256GB NVME SSD.

    Cool Stuff if you wanna compare the i7-6700HQ versus the i7-7700U. TL;DR: i7-6700HQ is great for multitasking and multithreaded applications. The i7-7700U is good for single threaded performance.

    The dual core is great for low intensive computing. But the bottleneck is real.

    If there's any thing I learned from my days of coding, a good CPU and lots of RAM goes a long way. CPU allows the code to be crunched faster and the RAM gives more buffer room for more things to happen in memory. Though the RAM is just there as buffer to keep the code from crashing the comp.

    Either way, happy shopping. I love my Razer Blade 14" and i plan on buying a 1TB M/2 NVME upgrade soon. ~$460 for double the Storage.

u/amperturelabs · 3 pointsr/razer

That is my opinion as it is the one I liked the best. I have been gaming exclusively with it lately in order to push it to high temps/stress to make sure nothing is wrong with it while still returnable. The 1060 gpu does great with games like R6 Siege (both 1080p and my 1440p monitor). It can also play Ghost Recon Wildlands well at 1080p, but can't really push my 1440p display.

My long term usage plan will be to mainly use this as a work machine (vpn connections into VM's) along with a gaming machine when traveling for work. I have a gaming desktop that I will soon go back to using at the house.

Like I said I ended up getting mine open box from Amazon Warehouse Deals since the price was around 25% off and you have the ability to ship it back for free if anything is wrong with it.

Here is a link to their stock for the 512gb 1080p model:

If I was buying new I would have gotten from the Microsoft store as their student discount gives 10% off. Just google "microsoft store student discount" and you should be able to find a link that lets you pick a school for the savings. They give free shipping and free returns to either a physical store or through mail.

If you have any other questions feel free to message me. Also one thing to note is that you cannot turn the green logo light off on the 1080p model. I ended up getting a black matte Dbrand skin that hides the logo. I only did this because I work in a corporate environment and being I use this for work I figured it would be unprofessional in meetings. I used to give Linus Tech Tips credit as they have done some great Blade reviews. Linus uses the 4k touchscreen model.

u/esperianterra · 1 pointr/razer

I have the black ones on my OG BWX and they are exactly what you're looking for. Bonus, they're PBT so the keycaps won't fade with use.

I would highly recommend a keycap puller as well (they can be bought for cheap on amazon as well) to remove the keys so you don't damage any switches. It's also a good tool to have on hand for cleaning. I prefer the wire pullers personally, like these :

u/watchursix · 5 pointsr/razer

This is the sleeve I bought for my RB15 based on a review in this sub and it’s honestly been amazing. Incredible construction quality and well padded yet thin. Couldn’t recommend it enough 👌🏻

u/Master_Goose · 1 pointr/razer

I recently got this one and it works like a charm!! It's solid and very protective. Great price too. My blade 15 fits into it perfectly.

u/TEKC0R · 1 pointr/razer

It's rare to see Amazon, Newegg, or Best Buy sell something at Razer's MSRP. For example:

u/tydaawwg · 1 pointr/razer

I got this for my stealth.

I'm not sure why it's not available currently but I absolutely love it. It's approved and works with the Stealth, can drive 3 monitors, charges the laptop so I can keep my charger in my bag, has an additional USB-C port, plenty of other ports. I've had it for a month and absolutely love it.

u/zamardii12 · 2 pointsr/razer

No offense OP but that cooling pad looks like a cheap POS. I ordered this one instead. A lot thinner and I trust Cooler Master has quiet fans. One large 160mm fan is more than adequate as well.

u/cancerboy51135 · 1 pointr/razer

Your best bet would be to go with a powered docking station which would connect to your stealth via one usb c cable. Certain docking stations like the one linked below provide up to 60w power which would work for the stealth which can charge via usb c and only requires 45w of power. From the docking station you can connect a monitor, keyboard, mouse or whatever other accessories you may want.

I currently have this docking station for my Razer blade and love it.

u/dashmoopies · 2 pointsr/razer

I do agree 256 is pretty useless for what i do too. I really cant tell if its worth it or not cause both are great. I'm not sure how advanced you used windows, but in the power options you can limit the CPU usage to 99% and it almost completely takes care of the fan speed going up for no reason on the 2015 model. If the extra money on a new one isn't too big of a deal i would do that over used but thats just me.

You can't put in a second SSD cause there is only one slot, but what i did for the 2015 model i used to have is i just got one of these and never ran out of storage again.

if you do go with the 2016 Blade you will need the newer type of SSD like this one:

u/etacarinae · 1 pointr/razer

What test results do you want?

The stock 16GB of RAM is 2666MHz, so it's best to go for something that matches it.

The most popular 216GB kit is: Kingston Technology HyperX Impact 32GB 2666MHz DDR4 CL15 260-Pin SODIMM Laptop Memory, Kit of 2 (HX426S15IB2K2/32), because it has a CAS latency of 14, better than stock.

I went with this kit: G.SKILL 32GB (2 x 16G) Ripjaws Series DDR4 2666MHz SODIMM F4-2666C18D-32GRS because I couldn't get the Kingston kit in Australia and it has a CAS latency of 16 making it faster than stock and it works great.

There's also even cheaper: CORSAIR Vengeance Performance 32GB (2x16GB) 260-Pin DDR4 SO-DIMM DDR4 2666 (PC4 21300) Laptop Memory Model CMSX32GX4M2A2666C18 but it has a CAS latency of 18.

Right now the Kingston is cheaper than my GSKILL kit (it was the inverse back when I bought mine) so I'd definitely go with that.

As for 2
32GB (64GB) kits, Samsung has finally released their new kit they teased last year: 2xM471A4G43MB1-CTD, but no one like corsair, kingston or crucial has one available yet, save for mushkin

cc /u/vvildstar just in case you don't see my comment.

And ignore the marketing that says 2019 only supports 64GB, it has the same CPU as the 2018 and therefore both support 64GB.

u/WidowMaker1337 · 2 pointsr/razer

I had really good luck with Kingston Technology HyperX Impact 32GB 2666MHz DDR4 CL15 260-Pin SODIMM Laptop Memory, Kit of 2 (HX426S15IB2K2/32). The speed/latency has been perfect for me. I didn't have to mess with the BIOS at all.

u/The_Neuroscientist · 1 pointr/razer

Also, for 2666MHz, how do these two compare? Hyper X and Ballistix

Also, this is the 3200 Hyper X. I know the clock speed is higher, but the CL goes from 15 to 20. I am thinking the 2666 CL15 may be the best value

u/Jinh0o · 1 pointr/razer

this is mine.

says 32 but people have used it for their lg 34 curved as well.

so long as it supports 20 pounds, i think you're fine but i bought a wali gas spring that supposedly support 20 pounds and it did not work. ended up with this spring system(25lb weight limit.)

u/Addyct · 1 pointr/razer

So, your formatting is a bit sloppy up there. To clarify, you're looking for a hub with 3 USB3 port, HDMI, and Ethernet. Sound right?

To get what you seem to be looking for, try searching for USB-C "Docks" instead of "hubs". This one from Dell seems to be the most popular on amazon. There are a great number of options available though.

u/B_Wease · 1 pointr/razer

It would be a bit of a hassle, but I would get the 256, since the additional upgrade is already at $200 I'd use the 256 for a while until you are required to upgrade your storage and pick this up -

That's at least what I plan on doing. I don't see my self installing every game that I play on the laptop because I have a PC that I do most of my gaming on, the laptop is more for the games that play more than others and will most likely be playing on the go when needed or at work.

And then, if you're already content with the storage you have on your PC, and your MOBO has a M.2 slot, stick the Razer OEM M.2 SSD in your PC, that way you don't just waste the storage.

u/dazekmaiden · 1 pointr/razer

damn, well in that case Asus and Msi have to be your top choices.
This one is a great choice.
Tho its expensive its a good one, Also check the mini-itx that @SeiraBlack share right here.

u/Samurai_TwoSeven · 2 pointsr/razer

For your money, I'd honestly recommend the Asus ROG GL502. I have the much older ROG G750JZ, it's a good station for when you have to have performance on the go and you're in places for extended periods of time.

I do have the late 2016 Razer Blade 14 with the GTX 1060 as my daily driver since I am on the move a lot and carrying a 10 lb laptop around just isn't practical. I also have a desktop at home, though I'm in the middle of upgrading to Skylake and a 10-series GPU.

On a side note, if you really want to go balls-to-the-wall "portable" computer, buy an MSI GT83VR

u/heyzeus123 · 1 pointr/razer

I recommend the Targus Pro-Tek EVA Laptop Sleeve for 15.6-Inch Dell XPS 15. I got this for my Razer Blade 15.6 Advanced GTX1060 (2018) and fits it perfectly, i.e. snuggly with extra room on the side with ports (see photos on Amazon Customer Reviews). What sold me on this sleeve is the unique stiff ridge along the edge of the sleeve to protect against drops.

I bought mine on sale directly from the Targus website, but it seems to be discontinued now. But it is still available on the internet, e.g. Amazon from third-party sellers.

u/Matt_Williams123 · 1 pointr/razer

It could be that your keys are not propery connected to the switches, I would check that they are all connected by pressing each key on firmly to check if that fixes the issue.

If the propelm pressists however I would recommend that you look at getting a Key Puller which will allow you to remove the keys and check that there is nothing wrong with the switches below the keys.

You can get a key puller for a good price here: (this will work on any mechanical keyboard)

u/Steve_Buscemale · 1 pointr/razer

I used this cable: Plugable USBC to DisplayPort Adapter Cable

It's actually super nice just being able to use this single cable rather than having to keep track of a small adapter and additional cable.

u/skybob22 · 2 pointsr/razer

If you want one that is specifically Razer brand, you may need to check their website.

If you're fine with any sleeve, I have the 14" variant of the Amazon Basics Sleeve, which works pretty well for my 14" Blade. And for $11 it's not too expensive.

u/rit · 2 pointsr/razer

There are a number of third party power adapters for this machine on Amazon, such as this one. Note the power requirements of 19V 7.9A 150 Watt – I seem to recall that usually those requirements dictate the plug. This other listing lists the dimensions of the plug as Connector Size: OD 5.5mm x ID 2.5mm

Searching for other power adapters with 19V 7.9A 150 Watt on Amazon yields a number of other adapters for Dells, Fujitsus, Acers, etc with same power requirements and same plug dimensions.

So you can probably find something, if you look for something compatible with Dell or Acer?

u/sgasperino89 · 1 pointr/razer

That's actually the wrong version of Thunderbolt. That is a thunderbolt 2 cable. The thunderbolt 3 cable to display port is different.

This is the one I bought and have had great success with:

u/dubsackdude · 1 pointr/razer

I personally have this one with a different mic and it definitely feels cheap, but you can crank this fucker down real nice to hold a heavy microphone.

u/sayswai · 2 pointsr/razer

Awesome, I also use a laptop stand ( specifically) with the Blade!

Intelxtu, which is what I use for undervolting, also tracks temps so you can utlize that. Speedfan would also work too.

u/ajwadsabano · 1 pointr/razer

Have you got this one from Coolermaster? They're saying it works like a charm for the Razer Blade in the Q&A

u/B_Yanarchy · 2 pointsr/razer

I use a set I bought from Flashquark, but I am told the HyperX set fits better

u/eula218 · 1 pointr/razer

I have something similar to this that I use as my main charger for my blade. Also live in London.

I bought this:

Works perfectly fine, just has a ridiculously glowing blue light. I use the razer official blade charger as a travelling one because its quite small...

u/berbano · 2 pointsr/razer

I know it's a bit expensive but I recommend the [Rode PSA1](RODE PSA1 Swivel Mount Studio Microphone Boom Arm It is the only arm I havent had falling or sagging issues with.

u/vekspec · 2 pointsr/razer

Kingston 32GB CL15 DDR4 2666

this is your best bet, it's one of the lowest CL memories available and it's fully compatible with the Blade to run at full 2666. I have the 16gb and it works just fine at the stated timings/speed.

u/Kat-77 · 1 pointr/razer

Something like this, , is completely fine. But you void your laptop warranty when installing it on the razer blade stealth.

u/bahzerk · 1 pointr/razer

About the same as mine. I was able to undervolt the CPU a bit to bring down temps, and I dropped the maximum processor state to 95%. The undervolt took off about 5c, and the 5% reduction in CPU speed (can't tell any difference, gaming or audio production) drops to about 77-80c under load.

The things that help the most is cool ambient temperatures (the room) and lifting the laptop up a bit so the fans can pull air in easier. Don't use a laptop "cooling pad" with fans because the fans on the bottom are intake, so blowing air into them creates negative pressure and could make it run hotter and the fans work harder. When gaming or doing something that pushes the system hard i use...

At my desk I use this with external keyboard/mouse (best thermal results)

And on the go (if gaming):

u/Mullard85 · 1 pointr/razer

Amazon Link this one is good, just separate the two tong things and put the keycap in between them, and pull up!

u/dark_skeleton · 1 pointr/razer

Looks like the standard M.2 SSD, not NVMe, sadly. They usually do say that right on the box

u/Matthew9559 · 1 pointr/razer

I use this dock as well. Does the job and price isn't too bad (all docks are expensive). Dell WD15

Right now I just have my mouse/keyboard/webcam hooked up to it and it drives my single LG Ultrawide at 3440x1440 without a hiccup.

u/NotQuiteWes · 1 pointr/razer

I bought this before I got the Razer Armor case. I'd really recommend this if you're looking for a sleeve for your blade.

u/FallenTheDoge · 5 pointsr/razer

Just looked up finding this one.
It has a SSD and a 1TB HDD. It also have a better GPU and it's 800€ cheaper for me, and with no risk to deal with razer support, but no 4K. May consider this one right now, thanks.

u/paniklone · 1 pointr/razer

Screenshot of CSGO:
Screenshot of Display Adopter:

I think also, it's either the cable or the monitor driver. I have following cable, in case this is of any help:

u/qmj · 1 pointr/razer

As a reference, I barely hit the constant 144fps mark playing TF2 on low settings with my 1060 blade laptop. So yes, I have my laptop hooked up to a 144hz monitor using this: Hope this helps.

u/1973JimmyPage · 1 pointr/razer

If you decide to get these particular keycaps there are a couple of thing to know. These aren't made specifically for razer product. I bought 2 sets because there are 2 keys that don't fit and will need to be swapped out for different ones. Also the cylindrical supports are a little wide on SOME of the keys and will to be either cut thinner or sanded thinner, mostly the longer keys.
the center support is an example of this.

I believe I had to alter both shifts, both enters, backspace and +

u/M4_Professional · 3 pointsr/razer

I have this one. It fits the Blade exactly.

Cooler Master NotePal X-Slim Ultra-Slim Laptop Cooling Pad with 160mm Fan (R9-NBC-XSLI-GP)

u/Nashgoth · 1 pointr/razer

This is what a ton of people use with the Yeti, I assume it will work with the Seiren as well.

u/KidGodzirra · 2 pointsr/razer

Posted about this a bit ago to inform the holiday rush.

TL:DR A commenter stated Cooler Master has a kick ass and affordable pad. I can attest to their cases. Also there are few other tricks to the trade. Regardless you system will get hot.

Just note that intake is in the bottom and output is in the hinge which makes it easy to over heat the keyboard surface.

u/DoomKnight101 · 9 pointsr/razer

A little disappointed with the prices to be honest. For $100 less than Razer's cheapest model, you can get one with the same specs but a 1070 graphics card and 15.6" display.

I guess Razer's models are for people who prefer smaller displays above all else.

u/warri · 1 pointr/razer

I use the Rode PSA

RODE PSA1 Swivel Mount Studio Microphone Boom Arm

u/nixzpatel · 5 pointsr/razer

amazon , ffff, when I posted it, it was at 1950 usd now its back up to 2050 (Btw Im from nz hence the import fees deposit bit in the screenshot above)

u/LallerDK · 1 pointr/razer

I've found this:
But its a bit too expensive, is there other options?

u/0penbar · 1 pointr/razer

I've been through two of their charger before buying this one -

Haven't had issues since.

u/Hy8ogen · 1 pointr/razer

Thats the newly released one. Mine is the one that comes with a dock.

Bought it last year and it is not supported.

u/Caegs · 2 pointsr/razer

I'm currently using Dell's type c hub for my Blade 14. Works just as intended. I plug it in when ever I'm at my desk to connect two external monitors, a mouse, a keyboard, ethernet, speakers, and an external hard drive.

u/dank_planks · 1 pointr/razer

I have the RB 14 2015. Had this problem where my battery would charge by intermittence...charge 10 secs, no charge for 5 secs, charge 15 secs, and so on. Thought it was a faulty battery so I got it replaced...didn't help.

Got another [this] ( third party charger. Though it is bulky, it works great. My understanding is that Razer's chargers suck and faulty chargers are common.

Not sure if this helps your case but I thought I'd give you my story.

u/Adelfuntz · 2 pointsr/razer

It's not the most beautiful, but I have been using this when traveling and have zero complaints! I have a larger ones as well that are permanent fixtures at my home and office desks.

In terms of ones to keep at your desks, I concur with the aluminum Satechi or Rain stand suggestions. At home, I use the Razer Chroma stand mainly as it has a built-in USB hub for my keyboard and mouse.

u/[deleted] · 0 pointsr/razer

What you ordered was the Razer Blade 14 not the Pro. So if you want the Pro, go ahead and cancel. My suggestion is not to get the Pro however. That thing is loud as fuck. Also they haven't made a new version of the Pro this year, so if you want that one I'd wait.

My suggestion would be to buy a stealth, a core, a gtx 1080TI and a monitor. You can get all that for easily under 4000 dollars. If you need a portable that can do more than the Stealth, just get the Razer Blade 14 (2017) and the same set up I suggested. It'll still be around 4000 dollars.

Some quick Maths:

u/gorgeouslyhumble · 1 pointr/razer

More of a bunched up comforter that the cable was rested over. I think the angle was the last straw after previous stresses. The first time the plug bent at an angle was an hour out of the box and my phone was under it causing it to push up a bit. I freaked out and moved my phone away.

I guess it was less of a single event and more about tiny bumps causing the cable to rest at a slight angle - which can cause long term damage to the plug. I feel like how upset I am is pretty reasonable given that a standard plug (a long tube) would be able to handle the stress and a magsafe plug would just disconnect.

So I guess if anybody comes across this post: be super careful with your type c cord. If you move around with your cable plugged into your laptop (bed, airplane seat, whatever), keep note that the cord resting at an angle will bend the plug and cause irreparable damage.

I found a replacement here:

However, that doesn't help me out very much given that I'm China.

u/Matukqo · 2 pointsr/razer

I would say first try removing the Killer Internet Suite/whatever they call it and just leave the driver installed, not the additional software that they try to bundle with it.

If that doesn't solve it, the recommended replacement I've seen floating around this sub is the Intel 8260, or its newer brethren, the Intel 9260

u/xenocomagain · 1 pointr/razer

It would repeatedly drop connections while being in the same room as my router. I swapped out the standard Killer Wifi card with this beauty and haven't had a single issue since.

u/kyonz · 2 pointsr/razer

The Razer ones appear to have a pretty high failure rate, a friend of mine had 2 die the second one just outside of a year and Razer refused to replace. Really shit unfortunately so I'd recommend buying another brand charger.

It has some odd voltage requirements so make sure you find one that matches exactly, I tried my Chromebook one with a blade and it didn't work.

I'll find the name of the one he ordered and is using and pm you.

Edit: just found it, is this one I think it's the 20V/2.25A that the blade needs.