Razer has been a dependable ally of Team Blue. Be that as it may, the tech monster may have at long last taken care of business and got together with Team Red. In the event that the as of late found 3DMark entries (by means of _rogame) are exact, Razer will deliver the organization’s first-since forever AMD-fueled gaming PC soon.
The puzzling PC arose as the Razer PI411. There is hypothesis that the codename may imply the Razer Blade 14, which appeared back in 2013. The last time Razer refreshed the Razer Blade 14 was in 2016, so a merited update is expected. In any case, we can’t dispose of the likelihood that PI411 could simply be a codename for some other Razer gadget.
The Razer PI411 highlights AMD’s top-level Ryzen 9 5900HX (Cezanne) processor. The Ryzen 9 5900HX is AMD’s first overclockable portable processor, and the chipmaker planned it to take the battle to Intel’s HK-arrangement of versatile chips, for example, the Core i9-10900HK or the approaching Core i9-11980HK.
Equipped with eight Zen 3 centers and 16MB of L3 reserve, the Ryzen 9 5900HX accompanies a 3.3 GHz base clock and a 4.6 GHz support clock. It has a liberal cTDP (configurable warm plan power) somewhere in the range of 35W and 54W. The last Razer Blade 14 (2016) utilized the Core i7-6700HQ, a 45W processor from the Skylake days. The gaming PC is no more bizarre to lodging hot chips. On the off chance that Razer needs to work the Ryzen 9 5900HX into the Razer Blade 14, the new cycle will probably need to depend on a more vigorous cooling arrangement than its archetypes to leave sufficient warm headroom for manual overclocking.