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The release of initial information about the Razer Blade 18 laptop with a Core i9-13900HX processor

Based on the revelation published in the Geekbench benchmark, it seems that Razer It is testing a new 18-inch laptop with support for Intel’s Raptor Lake-HX processor, and in this regard, this laptop, known as the Razer Blade 18, will be an expected model with support for Intel’s 13th generation processors.

This naming probably indicates that this 18-inch laptop will be the successor of the Razer Blade 17, which is currently the most powerful laptop series of the company. The interesting thing to note is that if this news is true, the Blade 18 laptop will be the first Razer laptop that supports Intel HX series processors, which are desktop products and are designed for laptops with BGA chip packaging.

The release of initial information about the Razer Blade 18 laptop with a Core i9-13900HX processor 3

According to Geekbench data, the new laptop will be powered by a 24-core i9-13900HX processor with support for 32 threads, which is the same configuration seen in the Core i9-13900K. Other information in this field indicates that this processor will support 5.4GHz boost frequency.

It should also be noted that the Core i9-13900HX scored 2063 points in the single-core test and 20164 points in the multi-core test. These tests put the Intel i9-13900HX at the top of Intel laptop processors. The processor is also 14 and 45 percent faster than the Core i9-12950HX in single-core and multi-core performance, respectively.

Razer Blade 18 laptop
The release of initial information about the Razer Blade 18 laptop with a Core i9-13900HX processor 4

This significant performance increase is thanks to the performance of the E-core cores in the Raptor Lake series. Intel has not yet confirmed the release date of the laptop series with support for its 13th generation processors, however, the CEO of this company has mentioned that the company under his leadership has planned to release a new series of laptop processors by the end of this year.

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