Putting The Razer Blade 15 To Work; You Can’t Play All Day
A Handy Reference To Convince Your Boss You Need A New Laptop
If your work laptop is getting overwhelmed by new software and you are shopping around for a new workstation, Techgage invites you to consider a model you might not have on your list. They took Razer’s new Blade 15 and it’s RTX 2080 Max-Q GPU and loaded it up with a variety of productivity software including Maya, SolidWorks, Blender and a variety of other GPU accelerated software. They then checked out the performance in both the GPU boosting Gaming profile and the Creator mode which boosts the CPU and the results may just offer a compelling reason to upgrade.
You might not want to mention the 144Hz monitor and gaming capabilities when you are presenting your case, nor get caught gaming on company time if you do get approval to purchase one from your boss.
There’s a lot more that can be done with a gaming GPU than just the obvious. Today’s GPUs are highly tuned for creator workloads, such as 3D design, rendering, and of course, encoding. We’re taking a look at the latest Razer Blade 15, equipped with NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 2080 Max-Q, to see how it handles real workloads.