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Razer Blade RTX 40 Series Gaming Laptop Now Available – Features Up To RTX 4090 and 13th Gen Intel Core CPU

NVIDIA‘s latest RTX 40 series GPU for laptops are now available. Gaming laptops are even more powerful and faster thanks to NVIDIA’s RTX 40 series GPUs based on Ada Lovelace architecture. These latest gaming laptops are also powered with Intel’s latest 13th gen Core processors, up to 24 cores with a Core i9 CPU. With this release, Razer also unleashed its new Razer Blade 16 and Blade 18 gaming laptops powered by the latest RTX 40 GPU and Intel CPU. Check out the official news release below for more details, including pricing and where to buy.

Razer Blade 16 and Blade 18 with RTX 4090 4080 GPUs

Related: Razer Blade 18 (2024) Unleashed, First Laptop With Thunderbolt 5.

Razer Blade RTX 4090/4080 Gaming Laptops Now Available

The new Razer Blade 16 and Razer Blade 18 are now available for purchase beginning February 8. These brand-new chassis from Razer were announced at CES earlier this year, where they garnered a combined 19 awards and recognitions. Both laptops sport the Intel® 13th generation Core™ i9 HX processor and NVIDIA®’s RTX™ 40-series GPUs all operating at the maximum possible TGP, reaching 175W with an RTX 4080 or 4090. The expansive 16:10 aspect ratio displays provide gamers and creators alike with the perfect canvas for work and play.

Razer Blade 16 RTX 40 Gaming Laptops

The Blade 16 sets the standard for peak performance combined with portability, packing a Core i9 13950HX and up to an RTX 4090 into a footprint only marginally larger than a previous generation 15-inch laptop. The result is a machine that delivers more graphics power per cubic inch of volume than any other 16-inch gaming laptop. The 16-inch display is available with a first-of-its-kind dual-mode mini-LED panel, capable of switching between two native resolutions and refresh rates: immersive UHD+ at 120Hz or FHD+ at an ultra-smooth 240Hz.

Razer Blade 18 RTX 40 Gaming Laptops

The Blade 18 is the ultimate desktop replacement, combining desktop-grade performance with a desktop-level peripheral feature set. Outfitted with up to an RTX 4090 and either a Core i9 13950HX or 13980HX processor operating at 65W TDP out of the box, the Blade 18 delivers more than double the processing performance[1] and 150% greater graphics performance[2] than a 2021 Blade 17. It also sports a 6-speaker array with THX® Spatial Audio, a comprehensive selection of ports, and a 5MP webcam.

Razer is also launching a brand-new CPU overclocking feature for Blade 16 and Blade 18, available with the latest Razer Synapse update. With this feature, Razer is taking advantage of the new Blades’ HX processors to allow users to push performance beyond factory spec. Blade 16 and Blade 18 users will have access to customizable tuning parameters for CPU core voltage, sustained boost power maximum wattage, short boost power maximum wattage, and boost power time window to deliver truly unbridled potential.

Pricing and Availability

All Blade laptops are protected by a 1-year manufacturing warranty and a 2-year battery warranty backed up by Razer’s award-winning customer support. Optional enrollment in RazerCare provides further peace of mind.

The Razer Blade with RTX 40 series GPU comes with a manufacturer’s suggested retail price starting $2,700 (MSRP), while the Razer Blade 18 with RTX 40 series GPU starts at $2,900 (MSRP). For the latest pricing and availability, kindly follow the links below.

Editor’s Note: For those uninitiated, an RTX 4090 laptop GPU is not the same are the RTX 4090 desktop GPU. NVIDIA’s naming scheme is confusing and a bit deceptive, especially if you’re unfamiliar or up to date with these products. The RTX 4090 laptop GPU performs around 30% to 50% slower than the RTX 4090 desktop GPU, depending on the game title and/or resolution. If I am not mistaken, the RTX 4090 laptop GPU performs somewhere near an RTX 4070 Ti desktop GPU, give or take. On the flip side, although slower, the RTX 4090 laptop GPU is more power efficient than the RTX 4090 desktop GPU. Whether you opt for a gaming laptop or a gaming desktop will depend on your needs. 

Also, we listed some of the best RTX 4090-powered gaming laptops here.

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