AMD-powered Razer notebook shows up on Time Spy database
A few days ago, we heard that Razer was working on its first-ever AMD-powered laptop. It was tipped to run an AMD Ryzen 9 5900HX Cezanne processor and an Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 graphics card. That information came from renowned Twitter leaker @_rogame, who has stumbled upon the device once again, this time on the 3D Mark Time Spy benchmark.
The listing also tells us that the mystery laptop will have the model number Razer PI411. Its nets a graphics score of 7,112, a CPU score of 8,364 and an overall score of 7,305. Its screen size and resolution are not mentioned, unfortunately, but we learned earlier that the notebook will ship with a 14-inch display. We're probably looking at a 1080p screen resolution, as a higher resolution screen at small form factors tends to clutter things up, as proven by our Razer Blade Stealth review. Besides, gamers would much rather prefer a 1080p 240Hz screen compared to a 4K 60Hz alternative.
The Razer PI411 Time Spy Listing also tell us other important specifications, such as its memory and storage. This particular variant appears to have 16GB of RAM clocked at 3,200MHz and a 512GB NVMe SSD. Now that the laptop has begun making its appearance on benchmarking websites, we can rest easy knowing that it is out in the wild, so it won't be long before Razer unveils it.