Super max q graphics, então esses resultados devem agir como um pior caso. As far as thermal performance is concerned, air comes in through the vents directly above the intake fans underneath and gets exhausted out of the back towards the bottom edge there aren’t any exhausts on the left and right sides. Há um par de ventiladores dentro e a câmara de vapor. Cooler seems to cover a lot of the space. Both the cpu and gpu dies as well as vrm. Apenas o modelo avançado tem isso. The lower spec base model uses regular heat pipes. The bottom panel also has a pad that comes into contact with the ssd. The razer sign up. Software has a default mode called balanced, but you can also select custom which lets you modify the cpu and gpu performance independently of each other. The cpu can be toggled between four levels: baixo médio alto e impulsionar, while the gpu has three modes: Baixo, medium and high. It doesn’t seem that we get fan control in custom mode, embora possamos alterá-lo um pouco no modo padrão equilibrado. If we set it to manual, none of these modes applied any overclocks to the gpu. Contudo, the blade does make use of nvidia’s new max q dynamic boost, mas dito isso, i never saw it boost above 90 watts with a gpu only load running. I haven’t tested undervolting as i’m, using the latest 1.04 bios at the time of testing, which has apparently disabled this.

I didn’t test the older bios, but could at least confirm that it’s disabled in the current version, with no option in the bios to enable it thermals were tested with a 21 degree celsius. Ambient room temperature idle results down. The bottom were fine worst case stress tests were done with the ada64 cpu stress test, with cpu only checked and the heaven benchmark at max settings. Ao mesmo tempo, while gaming was tested with watchdogs too, as i find it to use a good combination of processor and graphics before we look at the temperatures and clock speeds, i think it makes sense to first look at the power levels. The gpu seems to be capped to 80 watts in balanced and medium modes. Curiosamente, with both the cpu and gpu set to low, the gpu would go to 85 Watts, que pode ser devido ao máximo q, dynamic boost taking advantage of the processor using less power. Caso contrário, the gpu would run at 90 watts when set to high mode. The cpu, Por outro lado, estava correndo em 25 watts em modo baixo 35 watts em modos equilibrados ou médios 45 watts em modo alto, em seguida, o modo de impulso empurraria isso acima 50 watts thermals permitting. Quando olhamos para as temperaturas para estes mesmos testes, the default balanced mode wasn’t too bad but running with both the cpu and gbu set to low, was cooler running both at medium increases temperatures, while setting both to high raises this further.

Como esperado, more power equals more heat when we set the cpu to its highest boost mode, embora comece o estrangulamento térmico no teste de estresse. The game was intermittently hitting thermal throttle limits, mas a média ainda estava abaixo da constante 95 degree celsius cap. Seen in the stress test, with the cooling pad in the stress test, o processador ainda estava atingindo limites térmicos, Embora, quando o jogo, this did lower it by a couple of degrees. Estas são as velocidades médias do relógio durante a execução dos mesmos testes. The gpu speeds are lowest in balanced and medium modes due to the 80 limite de watt. The cpu clock speeds also follow what we saw in the power limits earlier. Higher speeds are possible with more power. The results are pretty similar to the lenovo 7i that i recently tested around 3.6 gigahertz over all 8 núcleos em média. Neste pior caso, Testes, cpu only performance is where things start going downhill, Embora, with a cpu. Only stress test running in the gpu now idle we’re, seeing 55 watts sendo atingidos na melhor das hipóteses, boost mode pretty similar to what was possible with the gpu active in the results we just looked at. This does mean that it’s not getting hot when we’re smashing the processor though, but this comes at the expense of less performance we’re only just hitting 3.2 gigahertz over all eight cores in this test, que é honestamente bastante fraco. This becomes clear when we look at how the blade compares against other laptops, keep in mind that this is an 8 laptop núcleo, but the multi core result is more in line with what we’re, seeing from 6 opções principais.

O resultado do núcleo único é pelo menos melhor do que aqueles 6 opções principais, mas quando comparado com a maioria dos outros 8 core laptops above it it’s, not anything special, you might remember. I wasn’t super impressed with the lenovo 7i’s performance, but that’s still 800 points higher with the same processor here’s, how cinebench scores with the different performance modes in use, so we’ve got the option of further capping the performance for a cooler system. If that’s your preference, when we look at how an actual game performs in these different modes, though there’s not too much of a difference, and it was possible to boost average fps by around five percent by overclocking the gpu and using a cooling pad. Se você pegou meu vídeo de benchmark de jogos ontem, where i tested 20 jogos nesta máquina, the blade does actually stack up quite nicely when compared to other laptops in actual games. The cpu power limit is reasonable when the gpu is active, but it seems quite low in a cpu only workload as for the external temperatures, where you’ll actually be putting your hands at idle it’s in the low 30s normal stuff, with the stress test running in the Same balanced mode, é, quite warm in the center and hot up, the back it’s cooler in medium mode as the fans are higher, while maintaining the same power limits. Médio era muito semelhante a baixo. Então alta é novamente semelhante. Apesar do ventilador, speed increase the wrist rest areas are warm as it’s metal, para que o calor seja realizado, the wasd area remains cool, como o ar é puxado através do teclado, and the middle is just warm.

Basicamente, só as costas fica quente, but you don’t need to touch there. Let’S have a listen to those fans. The fans were only just audible when idling balanced mode was running quieter than low in medium modes, o que explica por que o modo equilibrado estava funcionando a temperaturas mais altas. Despite the same power limits as medium mode, i found that manually setting max speed in custom mode was the same as using high plus high and boost plus high, qual, como um volume máximo, é mais silencioso do que muitos outros lá fora. As we’ve seen, the performance from the razer blade 15 advanced in games is quite good. Despite having nvidia’s max q dynamic boost, i wasn’t seeing the 2080 super max q boosting above 90 Watts. This is what others like the zephyrus duo: 15 runner with dynamic boost disabled. Eu estava esperando mais como 100 para 105 watts in a gpu only load but never saw above 90.. This is probably because the blade is thinner than most others and there’s. Apenas tanto poder que você pode ter em um espaço menor, that’s always going to be a trade off. Além disso, razer appears to be prioritizing a quite a systemwell at least relatively quieter when compared to say the duo 15 novamente, which is a fair bit louder, with boost plus high enabled in cpu plus gpu loads. Como jogos, as temperaturas estavam ficando lá em cima com o refrigerador câmara de vapor. So this combination may be why the gpu doesn’t boost higher.

The main issue i have with the blade is the performance when under cpu only loads, ele maxes para fora em 55 Watts, despite there being plenty of thermal headroom available just for context. The lenovo 7i uses 60 watts para o modo de desempenho de nível médio, while the duo 15 também usa 60 watts para o modo intermediário, em seguida, até 90 in the highest mode. It makes sense to have a higher power limit for cpu only tasks when the gpu is idle, but the blade seems to just have the same power limit set, regardless of whether or not the gpu is active, e isso vai afetá-lo negativamente no processador, intensive workloads, Like rendering or video editing sure enough, if we check out the results from the puget system’s photoshop benchmark, the blade is near the bottom, with much lower spec machines despite having higher specs inside. This is a cpu heavy test, but due to the 55 limite de watt para o 8 core chip, we’re getting beaten by a surface book with 1660 ti max q in a workload that’s more gpu heavy like davinci resolve, though the blade is scoring much better and is Closer to the top of the graph, it would be nice if this was modified in a future bios update, but yeah no idea if that’ll happen, it’s also a little disappointing. That razer appears to have removed under vaulting support in a bios update. Para ser justo. They definitely aren’t alone in this and it’s likely due to the plundervolt security vulnerability, but others like msi and lenovo are at least giving the user the choice of enabling this through advanced bios settings.

So it would be nice to see it return there anyway.

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