Razer 2022 Blade 14 brings some new features with a firmware update. For example, two USB-C 3.2 Gen 2 ports are being upgraded to meet the USB4 specification. The existing Microsoft Pluton security chip is also activated.
With the upgrade from USB 3.2 Gen 2 to USB4, throughput will increase to 40Gb/s according to Razer, which will be up to four times faster than existing ports, Razer says. the edge. Furthermore, the update enables compatibility with Thunderbolt 4 through the USB-C ports; Twickers Previously wrote an article On how to enable AMD Thunderbolt 4 without physical certificate via USB4 ports. With a Thunderbolt connection, external monitors and other Thunderbolt accessories can now be connected to your laptop. With the new firmware, Razer also activates the related Pluton security chip Integrated AMD processor. This will better protect your laptop from cyber attacks and vulnerabilities exploits.
The update should already be available for the Razer Blade 14 with model number RZ09-0427 followed by an E, N, or P at the time of writing, but in the affected region Support page There is currently no download link. Customers must contact customer service to request an upgrade.
The updated version of Razer Blade 14 was released early this year In the market. The gaming laptop is equipped with a Ryzen 9 6000 CPU, GeForce RTX 3080 Ti GPU and a 14-inch IPS display with up to 165Hz refresh rate. New variants of the Razer Blade 15 and 17 were released at the same time. A firmware update for this has been released so far, the price of the Razer Blade 14 starts at 2,200 euros, and the updated Blade 15 and 17 cost 2,800 and at least 3,000 euros.
Updated at 4:08 p.m: Razer confirmed to The Verge that throughput is indeed 40Gb/s. This has been added to the article.
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