The Razer Blade 18 laptop is equipped with the latest 13th generation Intel HX CPU and the latest high-end Nvidia RTX 4090 laptop GPU, and it’s currently the best hardware a user can expect in a laptop. In this regard, interesting results from RTX 4090 benchmark and performance compared to RTX 3090 TI A desktop version has been made available, which we will discuss further.
Razer Blade 18 has attracted attention with its launch in the market and with this hardware configuration and support for RTX 4090, but this laptop has a high price, however, hardware lovers and people who can afford this laptop, this They bought the laptop. In this regard, one of the people who prepared this laptop is a Reddit user named Kelzs, who was able to purchase the Razer Blade 18 with RTX 4090 support for $4,500.
Razer Blade 18 is literally one of the best laptops on the market today with powerful hardware, but it seems that the manufacturer has also made the power and performance adjustment capabilities of the laptop available. In this regard, Razer Synapse’s exclusive software allows users to change the laptop’s power profile, while MSI Afterburner can overclock the laptop’s GPU.
All of this, along with Intel XTU’s voltage reduction feature and integrated GPU deactivation via BIOS, makes the RTX 4090 GPU work hard for maximum performance. In this regard, with this configuration and settings, this laptop has been able to provide 2.7% more performance than the desktop RTX 3090 Ti using the Nvidia RTX 4090 GPU.
In fact, Nvidia’s new flagship processor in the laptop sector is better than the company’s previous generation desktop graphics processor. In this test, it was observed that the RTX 4090 laptop is almost 72% faster than the RTX 3080 Ti laptop version. However, the desktop version of the RTX 4090 is reported to be nearly 61% faster than the laptop version.
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