Razer Blade 15 Gaming Laptop: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti – 12th Gen Intel 14-Core i9 CPU – 15.6” 4K UHD 144Hz – 32GB DDR5 RAM,

(5 customer reviews)


Brand Razer
Series Blade 15
Screen Size 15.6 Inches
Color Black
Hard Disk Size 1 TB
CPU Model Intel Core i9
Ram Memory Installed Size 32 GB
Operating System Windows 11
Card Description RTX 3080 Ti
Graphics Coprocessor NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080

  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti GPU: Bringing the flagship 80 Ti class of GPUs to laptops for the first time, the RTX 3080 Ti features 16GB of the fastest GDDR6 memory ever shipped in a laptop and delivers higher performance than the desktop TITAN RTX
  • 12th Gen Intel Core i9 14-Core CPU: Experience cutting-edge power with the newly released Intel Core i9-12900H processor with up to 5.3GHz of Turbo Boost for unrivalled performance to take on the most demanding gaming and creative tasks
  • 4K UHD 144Hz Display: Perfect for creators who require true visual clarity so that their creative visions can be brought to life now with a fast 144Hz refresh rate to experience visuals that are buttery smooth
  • DDR5 4800MHz Memory: 50% faster than the previous genertion, enjoy a quicker, smoother experience when loading applications, running games, and performing other everyday PC tasks
  • Next-Gen Vapor Chamber Cooling: Upgraded with more exhaust fins, quiter fans, and a larger liquid capacity, the new Blade 15 performs cooler and quieter than ever before
  • Advanced Connectivity: Connect, play, and share effortlessly thanks to the built-in HDMI 2.1 port, Thunderbolt 4 USB-C port, and UHS-III SD card slot plus Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity



Featuring the latest 12th Gen Intel Core i9 processor (14-Core) and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Ti Series graphics, the new Razer Blade 15 provides game-changing visuals and performance that’s brought to life with a choice of 3 next-gen displays—360Hz, 4K, or 240Hz QHD for the best of both worlds.

From the manufacturer


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NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Ti Series Graphics

To power our most potent laptops for gaming and creating, GeForce RTX 30 Ti Series GPUs are built on award-winning Ampere—NVIDIA’s 2nd-gen RTX architecture—giving you the most realistic ray-traced graphics and cutting-edge AI features.

Additional information

Weight 8.78 kg
Dimensions 17.3 × 14 × 4 cm
Max Screen Resolution

3840×2160 Pixels


5 GHz intel_core_i9


32 GB DDR5

Hard Drive


Graphics Coprocessor

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080

Chipset Brand


Card Description

RTX 3080 Ti

Wireless Type


Number of USB 2.0 Ports


Number of USB 3.0 Ports





Blade 15

Item model number


Operating System

Windows 11

Item Weight

8.78 pounds

Package Dimensions

17.3 x 14 x 4 inches



Processor Brand


Processor Count


Flash Memory Size

32 GB

Hard Drive Interface

PCIE x 4


1 Lithium Ion batteries required. included





Date First Available

February 1 2022



5 reviews for Razer Blade 15 Gaming Laptop: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti – 12th Gen Intel 14-Core i9 CPU – 15.6” 4K UHD 144Hz – 32GB DDR5 RAM,

  1. Louie Tran

    Updated Review: Poor Quality Control for an otherwise great looking laptop that is overall mediocre Buyer beware for quality control issues (screen flickering and overheating on first blade I recieved). Second Blade was also flickering but I had to downgrade the intel UHD driver. The new intel drivers that just came out a few days ago however are working fine. If you are to buy this, get it from a reputable retailer and with an extended warranty!Build Quality – very good. new coating is more finger print resistant, not 100% but a huge improvement and easy to clean.Ports: 2 USB-C Thunderbolt with power delivery, 2 USB-A, full sized HDMI, SD Card Reader, headphone jackScreen: 360/FHD – looks great, really fast. Going back to 60hz displays suck. Really wanted the 240 QHD but not available anywhere.Webcam – worst 1080 webcam I’ve ever used. They skimped out on this which is disappointing for a laptop at this priceSpeakers: they are horrible. Think of two mono cell phone speakers on each side, They sound hollow and tinny. Need to remove that THX sticker because it’s embarrassing.Keyboard: They are OK. Key travel is decent, but I like the Zephyrus G14 a lot better and this is obviously nowhere near the MacBook line’s.Mouse: I like it a lot. Large, responsive, no issues. Hard going back to another laptop trackpad and is up there with the MacBook’s.Heat: Second Blade did not burn like the first one I had to return. Temps are good on productivity software. It gets in the 90s, close to 100 when gaming and the fans come on loud. Don’t ever use on your lap for gaming, place on a desk. Fans come on about 45-50db and to me it’s not so bad while gaming. Runs quiet on productivity so no problems in an office environment.Battery life: For productivity you will get about 5-6 hours on 75% brightness. Gaming is less than a few hours and you obviously wont get the max performance without plugging it in. Not the greatest, wish they put in a 100whr battery instead of the 80whr.Gaming Performance: Basically can run every game I through at it over 60fps even on an external 3440×1440 external display. No problem at the native 1080 display on the laptop. Control, MW, Paladins, Overwatch, Shadow of Tombraider fly on this.—-I really like the design and build quality of this. However right after taking it out of the box, plugging in and powering on, the laptop was incredibly hot while running updates and installing software. It was still running hot when I was browsing the internet and then the screen started flickering. Every time I moved the mouse it flickered and the cursor got blurry. I did a restart and it went back to normal but 5 minutes later it started doing it again! I shut it down and decided to return it the next morning.The next day out of curiosity I managed to run some benchmarks this morning and surprisingly, while the Razer Blade Advanced ran really hot there were no issues with the screen glitching and flickering… well that was until I opened up Notepad to pull my notes for these benchmarks! WTF. Anyway, here are the scores on what I was able to test.**Benchmarks*** FireStrike – 17916* TimeSpy – 8129* Cinebench Single Core: 1484* Cinebench Multicore: 8094* Tomb Raider: 14863 / 95 FPSRazer really needs to work on their quality control!

  2. Jeremy Frank

    Overheats like crazyThis computer seemed great and I loved everything about it but honestly it has a HUGE heat dissipation problem. I don’t know if it is because of inadequate fans or what. I was playing a game from 2017 XCOM 2 and even with a cooling base I bought for it and turning the laptop fans up to maximum it was running at 83-86 temp. I could touch nothing but the keys because every other part of the base burned me. My older laptops and my desktop run this game fine. I do not recommend this laptop at all until future models address this issue. Again everything else was really amazing but “Lava Laptop” was a huge deal killer for me.

  3. JC

    If you have the money do it!NOTE THIS IS CONSIDERED THE RAZER BLADE 15 ADVANCED EARLY 2022 MODEL. I had the current Asus Zephyrus g14 for a bit and it got very hot on idle. This Blade 15 doesn’t get very warm in idle. Once you start gaming it will get hot. (It is a laptop after all). Battery use is as expected for a laptop just a few hours 2-5 depending on task. Over kill for work from home use. Tackles any game down you can throw at it. Very well built, still kinda a fingerprint magnet but very premium and elegant look. Logo does glow green only. The display is very bright and smooth at 240 hz. Keyboard is great and RGB is very memorizing. The speakers could be better but i suggest playing around with the settings or use headphones. Webcam is great for typical use 1080p @ 30 fps.

  4. Elsayed

    Great but with a catch!First of all. I personally loved the laptop. It was sleek and a really well built machine. Very powerful very small. You won’t find a more attractive machine in the windows laptop gaming space at 15 inches and with such a slim profile. I only had it for about 2 weeks or so prior to returning. I use my laptop for VM deployments and gaming hybrid.The major reason for my return was the GPU wattage rating that was much smaller then it’s larger counter part Blade 17 165w.The blade 15 handles games superbly well, but compared to the 17 blade in most games, the 17 provides 10-15% more gaming performance. This is what made me switch over. If you are primarily going to game and don’t plan on moving the laptop around, go with the blade 17 as it’s the best in this price bracket. If you are always on the move, go with the 15.Now I don’t find the 17 inch to be very burdensome in terms of size and it is also the sleekest and thinnest in the scope of 17 inch laptops. If the 15 matched the performance of the 17, in terms of looks, it would be the racer blade 15 all day. The differences were enough for me to switch to the 17. The extra costs are for the benefits of gaming was ok with my budget.

  5. Tommy

    Nicely built laptop with a couple issues…Im coming from a Macbook and a Alienware X17 R2, my biggest gripe about this laptop is the keyboard, im not really pickup about keyboards but this Razer keyboard, you really have to hit the keys with a little force, its annoying if your a fast typer as it can slow you down, its slowed me down for sure. The machine is well built like a German sportscar that is for sure, the screen is nice and bright and so far im happy with it. It gets pretty hot even with light typing and web browsing, but that doesn’t bother me too much. The LED’s (backlit keys) are SUPER bright and look awesome. I hope i can get used to typing on this sucker, $4000 is ALOT of money to drop on a laptop with a so so keyboard… but well see, so far so good other than the keyboard.

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