Razer Blade Pro 17 (2019) Review

Lisa Gade reviews the 2019 redesign of the Razer Blade Pro 17, which now looks like a larger version of the Razer Blade 15. The good news is that it’s gorgeous and has a very normal trackpad and keyboard layout. This slim gaming, rendering and pro apps laptop has a 9th gen Intel Core i7-9750H 6-core CPU and your choice of NVIDIA RTX 2060, 2070 Max-Q and RTX 2080 Max-Q graphics. A full HD 144Hz IPS display, 16GB Dual channel DDR4 RAM, a fast M.2 NVMe boot SSD, Wi-Fi 6 and Razer Chroma per key RGB keyboard backlighting are standard. The laptop has 2 RAM slots and 2 M.2 SSD slots as well as Thunderbolt 3 and Ethernet.
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43 thoughts on “Razer Blade Pro 17 (2019) Review

  1. I like both the Razer Blade pro 17 RTX 2070 AND the MSI GS75 Stealth RTX2070. In your opinion what is the better option primarily for games but also for portable use for school when I need to do research and write essays and what not.

  2. MTR! O-MG!

    Help meh.
    Thunderbolt 3 (with charge capability)
    i7 8th gen
    16gb ram (or 8 upgradable)
    any SSD as long as upgradable
    14in or smaller

    less than 1k

    Does it exist?

    you're the best at these reviews. opening the laptop makes all the difference to see how thermals are managed, what's up-gradable and how its put together, so Thanks!
    and thanks in advance. im weeks into the hunt and every time I go to squeeze the trigger somethings wrong.

  3. 3:25 , 3:28 If u take a look closely, this laptop kinda bend a little bit in the chassy. Look up there, its not straight much as it should be

  4. Great review as usual Lisa 👍 What difference in temperatures do you get switching between the balanced and High performance profile? I heard that at high performance the GPU is switched to 90w versus the usual 80w.
    For example my Dell G7 2070 MQ got a graphics score in Timespy of 6771 yet the Lenovo Legion Y740 with the same fan ups it to 90w+ and gets a graphics score of 7039. Is it possible to let us know your findings if you still have the laptop? Thanks!

  5. Can you please check if the thunderbolt port is wired directly to the GPU? I want to get a laptop for a Oculus Rift S and if I use an TB to DP adapter it needs to be fed directly from the GPU. Thanks!

  6. Lisa I just wanted to say that I’ve been watching you since your Motorola Xoom review and that I love your videos okee bye 😇

  7. Always enjoy your reviews Lisa. Detailed and on point. I like how you showed the power brick on this review. Might I make a suggestion for future reviews? Could you weigh the notebook and the power brick? The dimensions and the weight of the laptop might be available on the manufacturers spec sheet, but not for specific configurations. Also, none of the manufacturers publish (at least I've never seen) the weight of the power brick. The "Total Travel Weight" IMO is more important than just the notebook weight. Also if USB-C/Thunderbolt can be used for power delivery, there are 3rd party power brick solutions available which may actually be lighter and smaller than the one that comes with the notebook. I understand that for gaming notebooks, USB-C power delivery will probably not cut it but it would be good to know that a lighter travel weight option is available.

  8. First time I'm seeing your channel, but I gotta say.. You cut right to the meat of things really quick and you're very informative! Great job! Thanks for the amazing review!

  9. i love how everyone is bitchin about the price while a decent spec macbook goes the same since the lowest macs are above 1100 k
    aaaaand you CANNOT EVEN DREAM of having an invidia 1000 bucks gpu chipset stuffed in there

  10. I don't like playing my games in the 80 and 90 temps :/. Burns mah finger tips. Switching out the stock paste for some thermal grizzly whatever stuffs when I get home. Finally picked some up.

  11. On the 4k issue: I wonder if manufacturers are intentionally downgrading 1080 screens in order to sell more 4k. There's no reason a smaller resolution can't have the same brightness and color accuracy. As much as 4k resolution is snakeoil for laptops, they do look better in most laptop models. Not because of the resolution, but just because it's a better display.
    ** No 4k on this because it's a gaming laptop. Framerate is more important than resolution.

  12. Lisa, why are you saying that i9 would run hotter? We all know it would be TDP limited anyway so instead of being hotter than i7 it would just run at a little lower clockspeeds, which would still be great for creators who can utilize all those 16 threads.
    Also you say no power limit throttling, why then only 900+ score in Cinebench R15? My i7 8750h in Dell G3 scores 1250 points on the first run where there is no power limit.
    Anyway, thanks for the review! About the laptop – really disliking the only-matte display, as I prefer glossy ones.
    And about the GPU – it went from full-fledged 150 watt gtx 1080 to max q 90 watt 2080. Oh how the mighty have fallen.

  13. Would‘ve been cool if you‘d have mentioned the silver studio version which comes with an up to I9, 120HZ OLED screen and Quadro RTX 5000.
    Besides that as usual good review. I agree with Dave2D though, the cooling would have enough headroom for the I9 (well which they do on the studio version).

  14. It’s still less than a reasonable decked out MacBook Pro 15. And that is kinda crazy when you think about that. MacBook Pro will run you $4200 for 32 RAM, 1 TB HD and Vega 20.

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