Similarly, the GPUs get updated to the latest NVIDIA GeForce RTX processors, featuring the new Ampere architecture, with 2nd generation RT Cores for ray tracing and 3rd generation Tensor Cores for DLSS and AI. You can go up to a GeForce RTX 3080 Ti, paired with 16GB of the fastest GDDR6 memory available.
These internals power some of the best cutting-edge displays on the market, with the option to pick between a Full HD 360Hz panel, a QHD 240Hz one, or an all-new UHD 144Hz configuration. These new IPS-Grade displays cover 100% of the DCI-P3 colour gamut, for superb clarity and contrast when gaming or creating digital content. The system is further tuned with the addition of the 4th generation of Max-Q Technologies, with CPU Optimizer, Rapid Core Scaling, and Battery Boost 2.0, to further enhance efficiency, performance, and battery life.
Just like other models from the Razer Blade lineup, all this fits in a CNC-milled aluminium chassis that comes with a refreshed keyboard design, laser-cut speakers, and an updated hinge design. You even get specially designed natural cooling airways for additional ventilation. All these changes make for a slimmer, sleeker body, which is a study in minimalism when it comes to design and finishes.
The setup is rounded off with a decent IO selection, with a USB-C port, an HDMI 2.1 port, as well as a high-speed UHS-II SD card reader. These features and components are powered by a decent-sized battery, which can easily deliver a few hours of graphic-heavy performance on a single charge. It is protected under an extended battery warranty of up to 2 years available for all new buyers. Although you will have to shell out a hefty $2,499.99/2,799.99€ MSRP for this particular model.