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Topic: Razer Blade Stealth Review - Thinner, Lighter, and Now with ...
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The Razer Blade Stealth, not to be confused with the Blade-proper is the company's ultrathin portable offering that sits alongside the Surface Laptop and MacBook more so than it does straight up gaming laptops. In addition to a new visual look, this year's model also sports a Graphics Option that comes equipped with an NVIDIA GeForce MX150.

Which is the revision we took for a spin in our review.
Okay, so with the first ever discrete graphics chip seen in a Stealth, the big question is how performance stacks up when playing games. Rated a 25W, the MX150 might be based on Pascal hardware like say the GeForce GTX 1060 or 1050 but the mobile version is clearly aimed at entry level performance. In our own testing, playing games older than say four years or so, it has no issues maintaining a steady frame-rate, and in fact can turn in impressive performance.

Lesser intensive and more modern titles work fine too, like Fortnite and DOTA 2 and League of Legends at decent quality settings. Overwatch too, ran smooth with 60fps easily maintained.

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