Razer Blade Pro 17 Gaming Laptop Review in 2020 by Kunjesh Virani.

OUR VERDICT

  • Pretty impressive performance
  • Awesome display
  • Better thermal management governed by 4 fans
  • Thunderbolt port
  • Very silent fans
  • Faster wireless connectivity by Wi-Fi 6
  • Per key RGB backlit
  • Long-lasting battery
  • Pretty tactile keyboard
  • Smooth, responsive, and accurate glass precision touchpad
  • Enough loud and clear speakers at max volume
  • RAM expansion option is available
  • Faster SSD storage
  • No flex during normal use
  • Fingerprint magnet
  • Heavy
  • No G-Sync
  • WHAT IT CAN DO
  • Web Programming
  • Android Programming
  • Desktop Programming
  • PC-Game development
  • Graphics & Video Editing
  • Small-scale Deep Learning
  • Run high-end PC games
  • WHAT IT CAN'T DO
  • iOS/Mac Programming
  • Medium to high-level of machine learning
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Hello guys! So, today, In this article, I am going to review the Razer Blade Pro 17 Gaming laptop in detail. Here, we will go with specs list followed by the detailed description. The review unit was received by me from New Delhi. Unfortunately, It's a 2 month old used-model. But, that's not to worry as it gives you an idea on what to expect from this laptop over the use.

Razer Blade Pro 17 is one of the most decent gaming laptops that led me to put it on the second position on our article about the best gaming laptops to buy. It can fulfill your gaming needs with other high-end tasks like Small-scale machine learning, Graphics & Video editing, and many more.

So let's dig into it and find out what's good and bad inside it and what it cannot do for you. Before we proceed, read my article of easy to understand description of laptop specs.

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Razer Blade Pro 17 Technical Specs

  • CPU: 4.5GHz 9th Gen Intel Core i7-9750H Processor | 6 Core.
  • GPU: Dedicated NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Max-Q 6GB GDDR6.
  • RAM: 2666MHz 16GB DDR4 SDRAM | Expandable up to 64GB.
  • Storage: 512GB PCIe NVMe SSD.
  • Display: 17.3-inch FHD Display | IPS technology | 240Hz refresh rate.
  • Battery: 70.5Wh 2 Cell Li-ion battery | Lasts up to 1 hour and 21 minutes on Gaming.
  • Weight: 6.09 Pounds (2.76 kg)
  • Product dimension: 39.5 x 26 x 1.99 cms

The Build Quality and Material

The lid of Razer Blade Pro 17 gaming laptop is made up of aluminum to provide highest possible strength in low weight.
The lid is quite strong due to the all aluminum.
The interior of this Razer gaming laptop is made up of aluminum to minimize the flex occurs.
The all-aluminum metal interior is quite strong to minimize the keyboard flex near to zero.

The Razer Blade Pro 17 is an all-aluminum block with a matte anodized black finish. The whole build feels quite sturdy, solid enough and well-built in premium. Even the edges aren't too rounded, they didn't feel sharp. It has also no sharp corners.

I have used it heavily for the 10 days and found that the build quality is above an average, it's premium. So, quite a nice build material and quality.

The weight of the Blade Pro 17 laptop was measured using propert weight meter for laptop and for laptop with cables. The results were 6.09lb for laptop only and 7.82lb for laptop with cables.
So, It's heavy when compared to Legion 7i but worthy in capabilities. Propert weight meter found this laptop just 6.09 lbs.

I have checked the weight using a propert weighing scale and found this unit weighs 6.09 lbs (2.76 kg). When tested with charging cables, the weight reached 7.82 lbs (3.55 kg).

The dimensions of the Razer Blade Pro 17 gaming laptop were measured and found 15.5inch width, 10.24inch depth, and 0.78inch height. So, it's just 0.02inch thin than the Lenovo Legion 7i gaming laptop.
Blade's dimensions tells larger display fitted in the smaller chassis. That's pretty cool.

The dimensions of the laptops are 15.55 x 10.24 x 0.78 inches (39.5 x 26 x 1.99 cms) - W x D x H. So, not too big not too small, a decent results for the gaming laptop of 17-inch screen fits in the smaller size chassis. However, note that this is 0.02 inches thin from Lenovo Legion 7i (15.6-inch), and much more slim than Dell Alienware and MSI's gaming laptops.

Furthermore, Razer hasn't put any RGB lighting effects on air exhausts and ports. You will find it only on keyboard and the Razer logo.

Display Quality and Color Accuracy

Size and Quality

The Razer Blade Pro 17 gaming laptop has 17.3-inch FHD display. It refreshes at 240Hz and has no G-Sync available. It's shine and has good viewing angles. thanks to its IPS panel.
The bigger display with thinner bezels. You gonna really enjoy gaming in the larger laptop display.

The 17.3-inch 1080p display is surrounded by 7.5 mm thin bezels and has matte finish. Furthermore, It has no G-Sync available. It has 240Hz refresh rate. Thanks to its IPS panel, It has good viewing angles.

Color Accuracy

The display color gamut for Razer Blade Pro 17 has measured using the Spyder 5 Pro. The results revealed not incredibly color accurate display.
Spyder 5 PRO is measuring the color gamut of Razer Blade Pro 17's display.

I have measured the display color gamut using the Spyder 5 PRO. The results of my tests are as below.

  • 96% of SRGB
  • 67% of NTSC
  • 72% of AdobeRGB
The brightness and nits were compared for different brightness levels like 0%, 25%, 50%, 75%, and lastly 100%. So, At 100% of brightness, the display has reached 307 nits.
Razer's Display doesn't look much brighter compared to Lenovo Legion 7i. But, it's not less even compared to others.

At 100% of the brightness, I have measured 307 Nits and 1050:1 contrast ratio at the center of the screen. So, the display is not much brighter and little above an average in color accuracy. I can say that pretty average display results for higher-end gaming task.

Is there any Flex?

There is some screen flex in the Razer Blade Pro 17 gaming laptop when intentionally moved using hands. But, the overall it feels quite solid enough due to its aluminum lid.
Despite a slight flex, the Razer's screen found pretty solid enough, thanks to an aluminum lid.

When it comes to the screen flex, there is an only little amount I have found when intentionally moved the screen. The overall build feels quite sturdy and solid, thanks to the all-metal build. There is no problem about flex during normal use.

The hinge in Razer Blade Pro 17 gaming laptop runs along the most of the base.
The hinge runs along the most of the base in Razer Blade Pro 17 instead of just corners. Pretty solid structure to give sturdy feeling.

The hinge does run along most of the base as you can see in the above figure not like Lenovo Legion 7i and other gaming laptops. Moreover, It isn't 180-degree. So, you may gonna have problem while operating the laptop on the bed in sitting condition.

Tried to open Razer's display using just one finger and it has opened up effortlessly. And, that demonstrates the fairly evenly distributed weight along the hinge.
Tried to open the display using just one finger and boom! It has opened up without much efforts demonstrates fairly evenly distributed weight along the hinge.

Furthermore, It is easy to open the display using just one finger. And, that demonstrates the fairly evenly distributed weight between the lid and rest of the part connected through the hinge. And, the laptop's lags aren't much grippy, So, it's easy to move it effortlessly.

Keyboard – Tactile, Flex, Build, and RGB Backlit?

Flex Info and Build Quality

Tried to push the keyboard down intentionally with the fingers to check flex. There is minimal to no flex which demonstrates the pretty solid build.
Despite intentionally pushed down hard, the keyboard found pretty solid and sturdy enough due to the metal build.

There was some minimal keyboard flex when pushed it down hard. But, overall build feels quite sturdy and solid enough, for that you must thanks to the all-metal build. I found no issues during normal use.

Per-Key RGB Backlit

The Razer Blade Pro 17 keyboard has per-key RGB backlit instead of just zonal lighting. That demonstrated the premium quality.
Keyboard has per-key RGB backlit instead of just zonal lighting. Pretty impressive and premium looking keyboard the Razer Blade Pro 17 does have.

The keyboard has pretty brighter individual key RGB backlit. That led up the secondary functions even.

The keyboard of Razer Blade Pro 17 gaming laptop is well-placed in the center of the base. And, there is some more space than average on the sides of the keyboard.
A well-placed keyboard in the center of the base. Also, look at the wider sides.

It is placed perfectly in the center with more than average space at its sides. For me, It feels like somewhat shallow feeling.

Tactile feedback

The typing experience on the Razer Blade Pro 17 is much much better, thanks to the enough keys travel.
Typing experience on this pretty tactile keyboard was awesome for me. I found the keys were traveling enough distance.

Furthermore, the typing on this laptop feels somewhat new experience. It's not a normal one that we get from the average gaming laptops. The typing sound is similar to that I got in 16-inch MacBook Pro's magic keyboard. So, all I can say that it's pretty good.

Touchpad – Precision, Smooth, and Accurate?

The 5 x 3 inches glass touchpad of Razer Blade Pro 17 is found to be smooth and responsive. The gestures were tracked perfectly.
It's big and smooth. Not limited to size, It's also found to be handling the gestures accurately.

The glass touchpad is super smooth and responsive. It feels solid at the top. It uses windows precision drivers to accurately handle the gestures. It's clicks down any where like other precision glass touchpad. I found no issue with the touchpad. It is as smooth as other high-end gaming laptops.

Coming to its size, It's 5 x 3 inches (12.7 x 7.62 cms) large. But, I do recommend buying an external dedicated gaming mouse as it can be the game changer while escaping from enemies during gaming.

Fingerprints

During testings, The Razer Blade Pro 17's smooth surface found to be fingerprints magnet. But, they were easy to wipe off using the micro-fiber cloths.
Look at the fingerprints. They have shown up but easy to wipe away.

Fingerprints show up extremely easily on the smooth surface. But, It's easy to clean using the micro-fiber cloths. In the case of Lenovo Legion 7i, there is little to less fingerprints show up.

Processor and Graphics Chip

I have removed the bottom panel of the Razer Blade Pro 17 gaming laptop to show the processor and graphics chip.
Just removed the bottom panel for better visibility of the processor and a graphics chip. Are you guys able to see them?

The Blade Pro 17 is powered by an Intel Core i7 (9th Gen) and NVIDIA RTX 2080 Max-Q Graphics. It has 16GB of 2666MHz DDR4 RAM which can be expanded up to 64GB. So, you gonna face quite a better, smooth and optimized performance.

Cinebench R20 score for Razer Blade Pro 17 gaming laptop tested for single and multi core.
Cinebench Score of Razer Blade Pro 17 for the single and multi core.

The average of the 3 tests using Cinebench R20 revealed that we can improve the performance even further by more undervolting the CPU to -0.15v in custom mode. And, In my tests, the multi core score has jumped from 2648 to 2849 on average in custom mode. However, by doing so, Cinebench hasn't shown any noticeable change in the single core score.

Average clock speed for CPU and GPU has measured in MHz during gaming and stress tests at 4 different types of mode in Razer Blade Pro 17.
Average clock speed for CPU and GPU has measured in MHz during gaming and stress tests at 4 different types of mode.

The tests conducted to measure the CPU and GPU clock speed using the gaming and stress tests revealed that there is almost no effect of adding cooling pad during gaming. In my tests, the clock speed was same to 3989MHz as it was in the case of gaming tests in custom mode with further -0.15v CPU undervolting.

But, GPU clock speed has shown noticeable change while changing the mode. As shown in the just above figure, In balanced mode, the GPU speed was 1809MHz and it has jumped to 1841MHz in custom mode. The big jump in the custom mode shows less thermal throttling takes place in the GPU. And, the use of cooling pad also shows the considerable change in the clock speed of GPU.

So, overall, the use of cooling pad isn't much beneficial on the Razer Blade Pro 17 as it was beneficial on Lenovo Legion 7i. In the case for Dell Alienware m15 R2 gaming laptop, I got some weird results of CPU and GPU performance. In that laptop, during stress tests, I found the use of cooling pad helpful. But, for gaming tests, I found a neutral impact.

Furthermore, I have tested the laptop in the following ways.

  • Gaming in balanced mode with default fans speed
  • Gaming in custom mode
  • Gaming in custom mode with -0.15v CPU undervolting
  • Gaming in custom mode with -0.15v CPU UV and a cooling pad
  • Stress Test in balanced mode with default fans speed
  • Stress Test in custom mode
  • Stress Test in custom mode with -0.15v CPU undervolting
  • Stress Test in custom mode with -0.15v CPU UV and a cooling pad

So, this is the gaming and stress tests. As, going for higher CPU and GPU is the way to go unwillingly for the shorter battery life. So, let's dig into the gaming FPS data of various games I have played on this Razer Blade Pro 17. FPS is the frames per second. It's nothing but how many time the screen refreshes its content to provide you the possible real time data.

The chart shows FPS data of 12 games that I have played on this Pro 17 Razer Blade.
Gaming FPS Data by playing the 12 PC-Games on this Pro 17 Razer Blade.

Video Editing Performance

The chart display the bars of the 5 tests with one extra for an average of the 5 tests of video export time testing on Adobe Premier CC. The average time from 5 tests was 584 seconds.
This Pro 17 Razer Blade has taken just 584 seconds on average to export the 16:13 long video in YouTube 4K H.264 preset in Adobe Premier CC.

As you can see in the above chart, the Razer Blade Pro 17 has exported the 16 minutes and 13 seconds long video in YouTube 4K H.264 present in just 584 seconds which is pretty low. And, the possible low video export time is recommended.

Also, during the editing and exporting, the laptop found remarkably smooth, thanks to its 16GB of 2666MHx DDR4 RAM. Although, I always recommend Apple's MacBook Pro for video editing due to Final Cut Pro, But I think Razer will fit for gamers' needs. As the MacBook pro can't tolerate gaming on it.

So, overall, I have faced not a single problem during video editing.

Thermal and fans Performance – Throttling, Rise in Keyboard Temperature, and more

Thermal Performance

Measured the CPU and GPU temperatures during gaming and stress tests on Razer Blade Pro 17 gaming laptop for 4 different modes and generated the chart of the data obtained.
It's looks like custom mode with no CPU undervolting leaves the CPU and GPU at very high temperatures.

As shown in the above chart, My testings revealed that During the both Gaming and Stress tests, CPU and GPU have attained the highest temperatures compared to other modes. The temperatures were 87 and 72 C for CPU and GPU in gaming and 94 and 72 for CPU and GPU during stress test.

At Idle, both CPU and GPU were at normal temperature. Undervolting the CPU by -0.15v has really made noticeable reduction in both CPU and GPU's temperature. During stress tests in custom mode, The recorded temperatures for CPU and GPU were 94 and 72 respectively. The same mode and tests performed after undervolting the CPU -0.15v has reduced the temperatures to 70 for GPU and 87 for the CPU.

During gaming tests in custom mode, the CPU and GPU have recorded 87 and 72 C temperature respectively. After undervolting (UV) the CPU -0.15v in the same mode shown the reduction in the temperature of CPU and GPU to 83 and 71 respectively. So, CPU UV became the game changer in both increasing the clock speed for higher performance and to overcome the temperature rise.

But, the use of cooling pad has disappointed me. The Stress tests in custom mode with -0.15v undervolted CPU and a cooling pad hasn't shown any noticeable difference. Also, the same results were obtained in the case of gaming as you can see in the just above chart.

On the other hand, I must have to agree that Yes, the use of the cooling pad has reduced the temperature of both CPU and GPU, but very slightly. So, if you think that reduction of temperature in 1 to 2 degree matters for you, then no problem at all in buying the cooling pad for this mighty Razer Blade Pro 17.

Rise in the Temperature of Keyboard and Palm Rest

The rise in temperature on the middle of keyboard and palm rest was measured using temperature gun. So, I ended up with cool condition.
Cool at Idle-Balanced mode.

At idle and balanced mode, the middle of keyboard found at 33 to 34 degrees C temperature. The sides of the keyboard were at nearly 33 C. So, not different than Legion 7i. During the same mode, the palm rest was found cool. So, not problematic in normal use. In balanced mode, they feels bit warmer than usual.

Tested the temperature of keyboard and palm rest during gaming in custom mode on Razer Blade pro 17.
The middle of keyboard and palm rest found getting hotter during gaming tests on Razer Blade Pro 17 laptop.

While gaming using The Watch Dogs 2 in custom mode, The middle of the keyboard feels little hot. The measured temperature of that place was around 40 degrees C as you can see in just above image. But, due to higher fans speed compared to the Idle and Balanced mode, the side parts were found near to 30 degrees C. In addition to the keyboard and top part, the bottom of the display was also picking up the heat. That's you won't find on Legion 7i.

Measured the CPU and GPU temperature during stress tests on Pro 17 Razer Blade using the temperature gun.
During the CPU and GPU stress tests, the middle of keyboard found hotter with a bit warmer bottom side of the display. But, the palm rest was at normal.

Similar results I have got during the stress tests in balanced mode. The middle of the keyboard was at 43 degrees C and with bit warmer bottom of side of the display caused by air exhausts at back. The palm rest was pretty cool.

Measured the temperature of the keyboard and palm rest during the stress tests in custom mode.
It's looks like bottom side of a display getting much hotter compared to keyboard during stress tests in custom mode.

Similar results for the middle of the keyboard found in the same way of tests in custom mode. The only difference here I noticed in the display's bottom part. It was reaching bit hotter due to the backside air exhausts. Furthermore, the air exhausts were partially heating the screen to nearly middle as you can see in just above image.

Fans Noise

Removed the bottom panel of Razer Blade Pro 17 for better visibility of 2 big fans placed at back and 2 small fans placed at front inside the laptop.
I just removed the bottom panel of Razer Blade Pro 17 for better visibility of 2 big fans placed at back and 2 small fans placed at front inside the laptop.
Tested the sound of 4 fans using Digitech's sound meter and found that the combined sound was just 35.2dB, pretty silent compared to fans of other gaming laptops I have tested.
Despite the 4 fans, Pro 17 Razer Blade has managed to keep them very silent during idle tests.

At idle, the fans were completely silent which resulted in the warmer laptop. Also, the performance wasn't much appreciable. The sound level noticed by the Digitech's sound meter was 35.2dB as you can see in just above image.

During stress tests in balanced mode, The fans were heard but the noise level was measured below an average compared to other laptops I have tested.
Fans were heard in this mode of tests, but the level measured was below an average.

In balanced mode, the fans were heard but the sound level was below compared to the other gaming laptops I have tested. As the balanced mode allows us to increase the fans speed manually, It is possible in your case for higher noise than 47.9dB as recorded in my case.

Measured the fans' noise level using digitech's sound meter and found 54.3dB during stress tests in custom mode.
Pro 17 Razer Blade's fans sound level wasn't beyond an average in stress tests in custom mode when compared the other gaming laptops.

During stress test at custom mode, the fans speed are caliberated as per the requirement. It's no longer in manual control. So, by putting the highest load on this Razer Blade laptop, the sound level measured was 54.3 dB which is quite low compared to other gaming laptops.

Measured the fans' noise level of Razer Blade Pro 17 laptop and found to be at 48.1dB.
Sound level was nearly as same as the Stress tests in balanced mode.

While playing the Watch Dogs 2 in balanced mode, the sound noticed by sound meter wasn't more different than in stress tests performed in the same mode. At 48.1dB of sound level, the fans were heard. But, like same mode stress tests, the sound was little below an average.

Fans noise level was measured during gaming in custom mode on Razer Blade Pro 17 and found 52.6dB.
Fans noise found lower than stress tests conduced in custom mode.

Gaming in custom mode, left the sound level to 52.6dB which is much lower than Legion 7i and other gaming laptops I have tested.

Fans noise level was measured at maximum speed during Digitech's sound meter and found 54.8dB.
Pro 17 Razer Blade Fans at maximum weren't louder than fans of Lenovo Legion 7i.

And, finally, fans at maximum speed produced the sound of 54.8dB which is even less than that of produced by Legion 7i.

So, overall, I can say that despite having 4 fans, Razer has managed to keep the laptop silent with maximum performance at possible lowest temperature. I really liked the fans of this laptop.

Speakers, Microphone, and Camera

Speakers

Razer Blade Pro 17 gaming laptop has 2 top-front firing speakers placed at the left and right sides of the keyboard
Top-front firing speakers.

The 2 top-front firing speakers are found on the sides of the keyboard. Not like most of the gaming laptops, there is a enough space provided for the sound to come out. They are enough loud and clear at the maximum volume with little bass.

The speakers of Razer Blade Pro 17 gaming laptop have tested using DigiTech's sound meter. They found loud and clear at max volume and reached 78.2dB of sound level measured using sound meter.
At maximum volume, The speakers are found pretty loud and clear.

At maximum volume, while playing the music, the sound level reached 78.2 dB measured using Digitech's sound meter. Also, the LatencyMon results were found excellent when compared to Legion 7i. You can see that in the following image.

LatencyMon results for the speakers are pretty good.
LatencyMon results for the speakers are pretty good.

Camera and Microphone

720p Camera and Microphone were fitted well on the 7.5mm thin top bezel of the Razer Blade Pro 17 gaming laptop.
720p Camera and Microphone were fitted well on the 7.5mm thin top bezel.

Despite just 7.5mm thin bezels, Razer has managed to place the 720p camera with microphone and Windows Hello support here. Although, the camera has no shutter lock like Lenovo Legion 7i. When tested, the camera and microphone found little below than average. If I compare Razer Blade Pro 17' camera and microphone with Lenovo Legion 7i then the Legion 7i will be the clear winner.

Ports in Razer Blade Pro 17

From left to right on the left side of Pro 17 Gaming Laptop, the ports placed are power input, 2.5GHz Ethernet, 2 USB 3.2 Type-A Gen 2, USB Type-C, and last 3.5mm audio combo jack.
Ports on the left side the Pro 17 Razer Blade Gaming laptop.

On the left side of the laptop, You will find the following ports from left to right corner.

  • 1 Power input
  • 1 2.5Gigabit Ethernet
  • 2 USB 3.2 Type-A Gen-2 ports (10Gbps Data transfer speed)
  • 1 USB Type-C port (10Gbps Data transfer speed) which doesn't support thunderbolt-3 port, and
  • 1 3.5mm audio combo jack
From left to right corner on the right side of the laptop, There are 1 SD card slot, 1 USB Type-C port which supports thunderbolt-3 also, 1 USB 3.2 Type-A Gen 2, 1 HDMI 2.0, and last kensington lock ports found.
Ports on the right side of the laptop.

On the right side of the laptop, You will find the following ports from left to right corner.

  • SD card slot
  • USB Type-C port which supports the thunderbolt-3 port (40Gbps data transfer speed)
  • USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-A (10Gbps data transfer speed)
  • HDMI 2.0 output, and
  • Kensington lock

There is nothing on the back and front like the legion 7i gaming laptop. It's all clear. Also, note that unlike Lenovo Legion 7i, there is no illuminated icons on the top of the ports.

Back side view of the Pro 17 Razer Blade laptop where no ports are there.
Back side view of the Pro 17 Razer Blade laptop.

Battery Life

The battery of Razer Blade Pro 17 gaming laptop is split due to 2 small fans placed in the middle.
Look at the split battery caused by 2 fans placed at the middle.

As shown in the above image, the battery is split due to the 2 small fans in the middle. The following chart shows battery life of this gaming laptop.

Battery life of Razer Blade Pro 17 tested while playing The Witcher 3 and YouTube Video watching.
Battery life of Razer Blade Pro 17 tested while playing The Witcher 3 and YouTube Video watching.

I have tested the battery life by disabling all background apps, keeping the RGB backlighting off, and 50% screen brightness. So, while watching the YouTube videos, I just got 4 hours and 36 minutes long battery life. During that test, this laptop has used an integrated Intel UHD graphics due to NVIDIA optimus.

But, when played The Witcher 3 at medium settings, the battery has lasted for 1 hour and 21 minutes. Razer could provide the more battery by sacrificing the 2 small fans placed at front inside the laptop. But, doing so, will increase the heat generation also.

Storage and SD card slot

This Razer Blade Pro 17 gaming laptop is coming with 512GB PCIe NVMe M.2 SSD storage. SSDs are must faster and consume less power than hard disk. I have tested the speed of the SSD storage using CrystalDiskMark tool.

The results of the SSD speed tests carried out using CrystalDiskMark tool.
Great! The SSD of this laptop is much faster.

Also, you must not forget that this laptop is coming with an SD card slot. So, I have also measured its speed using the CrystalDiskMark tool. You can see the results in the following image.

The speed tests results carried out using CrystalDiskMark for an SD card slot in this laptop.
The results of the SD card slot speed measured using CrystalDiskMark.

Gaming Performance (FPS Data)

Gaming on the Razer Blade Pro 17 laptop.
Gaming on the Razer Blade Pro 17 laptop.
Apex Legends Gaming FPS data tested on Pro 17 Razer Blade. At maximum settings, the FPS reached 95.3 and at minimum settings, It reached 109.
Apex Legends Gaming FPS data tested on Pro 17 Razer Blade.
Assassin's Creed Odyssey FPS data measured on Razer Pro 17 laptop. The chart shows FPS data measured at Low, Medium, High, Very high, and Ultra high settings.
Assassin's Creed Odyssey FPS data measured on Razer Pro 17 laptop.
The frames were recorded during Battlefield V gaming. The chart shows the FPS data at low, medium, high, and ultra settings.
Battlefield V's FPS data.
I have played Dota 2 and recorded the FPS data. This chart shows the data measured at low, Medium, High, and Ultra gaming-settings.
Dota 2 PC-Game FPS data on tested on Razer Blade Pro 17 gaming laptop.
I have played the Far Cry New Dawn PC-game and measured the FPS for low, normal, high, and ultra gaming-settings.
Far Cry New Dawn FPS data.
Tested Fortnite on this Pro 17 Razer Blade and measured the FPS for low, medium, high, and epic gaming-settings.
Fortnite FPS for different gaming-settings on Pro 17 Razer Blade laptop.
Tested Overwatch PC game and measured the FPS at low, medium, high, ultra, and epic gaming-settings.
Overwatch PC-Game FPS tests for 5 different gaming-settings.
I have played the Shadow of the Tomb Raider on this Pro 17 Razer Blade and tested the FPS data at lowest, low, medium, high, and highest gaming-settings.
Shadow of the Tomb Raider's FPS tested.
The Witcher 3 was played and tested for FPS at low, medium, high, and ultra gaming-settings.
FPS data of The Witcher 3 tested on this Razer laptop.
Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege FPS data tested at low, medium, high, very high, and ultra high gaming-settings.
Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege FPS data.
I have tested FPS data of Watch Dogs 2 at low, medium, high, very high, and ultra gaming-settings.
FPS data for Watch Dogs 2 on Pro 17 Razer Blade.

So, that's all for Razer Blade Pro 17. I have also reviewed more laptops as following.

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