Razer Stealth 13 (2019) limitations

Bro, does your rig even lift?
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greentail8
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Razer Stealth 13 (2019) limitations

Post by greentail8 » Tue Feb 12, 2019 02:30

Hey guys! Obligatory thanks for any help.

Im an electronic musician and looking to control both audio and video on stage. Interested in the Razer Stealth 13 ultraportable for gigging with an Nvidia MX150 4gb, 4core i7 8565U.

I’m confident Resolume will run ok - anyone know what the limits might be? I run about 8 layers, a dozen fx per clip. 1080p single screen is all I need.

Thank you

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Re: Razer Stealth 13 (2019) limitations

Post by xdjxklusivex » Tue Feb 12, 2019 19:41

greentail8 wrote:
Tue Feb 12, 2019 02:30
Hey guys! Obligatory thanks for any help.

Im an electronic musician and looking to control both audio and video on stage. Interested in the Razer Stealth 13 ultraportable for gigging with an Nvidia MX150 4gb, 4core i7 8565U.

I’m confident Resolume will run ok - anyone know what the limits might be? I run about 8 layers, a dozen fx per clip. 1080p single screen is all I need.

Thank you
Are you sure the mx150 will be okay? Comparing it to the 1060 max q in the new blade I just got.

https://gpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/N ... 2vsm325746

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Re: Razer Stealth 13 (2019) limitations

Post by Arvol » Tue Feb 12, 2019 23:23

I'd say your listed setup should work, it would be pushing it to it's limits (Probably 10 layers at 1080p). Are you running any other openGL applications while running Resolume?

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