Razer has revealed its new Blade 17, equipping the gaming laptop with Intel’s 11th-gen CPUs and beefing things up on the GPU front with Nvidia’s RTX 30 Series graphics cards.
The refreshed Blade 17 provides the ability to have Intel’s Core i9-11900H, which Razer notes is the beefiest processor ever to be offered with the machine, an 8-core (16-thread) chip capable of Turbo up to 4.9GHz. Alternatively, the Core i7-11800H can be specified instead.
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