Razer Blade (R2) Gaming Laptop Review

7. Platform Performance9. Media Encoding


Razer Blade Gaming Laptop with LCD Review

Cinebench R11.5 64-bit / 3DMark 2013

Cinebench has been a personal favourite test of ours for a long time now; it uses methodology comparable to a standard rendering task. It is a great indication of performance a designer can expect when using Cinema4d as the rendering engine is the same. The 64-bit build of the application was used for this test.



Results




Results


Before we move on to real world CPU and GPU performance a couple of quick tests here show us some results you can compare to your own system. In terms of comparisons with our previous reviews the Blade is significantly faster than a standard Ultrabook in Cinebench (a XPS 14z scores 2.64 for Cinebench CPU) and 3DMark results are in line with GTX 660M level… unsurprisingly.

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