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    Razer Chroma | Worms W.M.D Giveaway, Feb 23, 2017 at 11:02 PM
  1. oscrodriguez

    congratulations Team 17 #Team17
  2. Razer Blade 2016 GTX 1060 Fan, Feb 22, 2017 at 4:02 AM
  3. WaschBaer

    and the bios update was only adressing the coil whine ! .. :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye: support page now shows a big "if you experience any strange noise or coilwhine from your razerblade follow these instructions " .. :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye: so lets hope an ec fix will follow soon .. #Soon
  4. [Insider] Introducing Insider Rewards *Beta*, Feb 22, 2017 at 12:12 AM
  5. TheGurgeMan

    Well you are only 2 off XD so close.

    And back on topic, I am really hoping to see this be revamped in the next month or so, I really don't use the new zrewards system, as I buy one game, and I play the heck out of it for 3 or 4 years, I don't just spend the way the system wants me to.

    #BringBackTheGoodOldSystemButWithAFewRevampsAndAlsoASmallerHashtag
  6. Razer Chroma | Worms W.M.D Giveaway, Feb 20, 2017
  7. Christian Mendoza

    Thank you our omnipotent, lord and saviour, Min.

    #razer4life #goodluck
  8. New Razer Blade Stealth and Linux Mint 18.1 (Sarah), Feb 18, 2017
  9. jgarzagu

    Hi everyone, this is a tutorial on how make the New Razer Blade Stealth run smoothly after installing Linux Mint 18.1 (Sarah). This should also work for Ubuntu but I haven't tried it yet.

    Installing Linux Mint 18.1 (Booting along Windows.)

    1. Run Windows "Computer Management" to shrink the C: volume to make an Unallocated partition of the size you want your Linux Distribution to be.

    2. Go to https://www.linuxmint.com/download.php and download your preferred Linux Mint 18.1 version (e.g Cinnamon, KDE, Mate, ...)

    3. Download Rufus to make a USB bootable device with the Linux Mint image you downloaded. Rufus is the only program I have found it can be detected by the Razer Blade Stealth UEFI system. https://rufus.akeo.ie/

    4. Shutdown completely your laptop and plug the USB with you image, then Turn your laptop on and press F12 to boot Linux from the USB. I don't know why but rebooting doesn't detect the Bootable USB.

    5. Now you will see that the screen may be flickering a lot. To stop that for the moment reduce the Display resolution to 1920 x 1440. (Menu > Display)

    6. Install Mint along Windows (First Option), it will automatically be installed in the Unallocated space of your hard-drive. If you don't have Unallocated space this option will not show up.

    7. After Installing Reboot.

    Fixing issues Razer + Linux issues.

    1. Fixing part of the screen Flickering that happen with a high display resolution.

    -- To fix part of the screen flickering install the newest kernel (4.9.10 at this moment).

    Open Terminal and then:

    cd /tmp

    wget http://kernel.ubuntu.com/~kernel-pp....10-040910_4.9.10-040910.201702141931_all.deb

    wget http://kernel.ubuntu.com/~kernel-pp...-generic_4.9.10-040910.201702141931_amd64.deb

    wget http://kernel.ubuntu.com/~kernel-pp...-generic_4.9.10-040910.201702141931_amd64.deb

    sudo dpkg -i *.deb


    -- Secondly, make changes to the Grub starting command, this will also fix the initial state of the lid. This Because when we close the lid of the laptop it it thinks at the beginning it was open:

    Open Terminal and then:

    gksu xed /etc/default/grub

    //Change the following line so it be like this one:
    GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash i915.enable_psr=0 i915.enable_rc6=0 button.lid_init_state=open"

    sudo update-grub

    2. Fixing Hitting CAPS key cause linux to crash.

    You heard right, if you hit the CAPS key it may cause your Linux distro to crash. This is because the current driver that turn On and OFF the LED in the CAPS key cause the system to crash.

    To fix this FIRST install the official Linux Keyboard driver for Linux (https://terrycain.github.io/razer-drivers/). To check that it was properly installed you should get some output with the following command:

    lsmod | grep "razerkdb"

    SECOND, disable the built-in linux keyboard driver ("AT Raw Set 2 keyboard" in my case) that is causing the problem:

    You can see a list of the input devices with:

    xinput list

    Once the name is found you can disable it by typing:

    xinput set-prop "AT Raw Set 2 keyboard" "Device Enabled" 0

    Now the CAPS key shouldn't freeze your computer.
    To make the changes permanent:

    cd /etc/X11/
    sudo mkdir xorg.conf.d
    cd xorg.conf.d/
    sudo touch 20-razer.conf
    sudo xed 20-razer.conf


    And In the file add the following:

    Section "InputClass"
    Identifier "Disable built-in keyboard"
    MatchIsKeyboard "on"
    MatchProduct "AT Raw Set 2 keyboard"
    Option "Ignore" "true"
    EndSection



    Now restart your computer and the CAPS key shouldn't produce the annoying crash error.

    3. Fix Playmout hang on shutdow
    This is still a fix in progress, but yes, when you turn down your distro it can hang for a while before it completely shuts down. To solve this edit the following file:

    Open Terminal and then:

    sudo xed /etc/systemd/system.conf

    //Change the following lines so it be like this one:
    #DefaultTimeoutStartSec=10s
    #DefaultTimeoutStopSec=10s


    4. Wifi
    The Wifi should now be working "out of the box" for kernels above 4.4, hopefully.


    Edit:

    Bonus: Fixing battery efficiency with Linux

    A fresh install of Linux may not come with the best parameters for battery efficiency.
    Installing TLP (http://linrunner.de/en/tlp/docs/tlp-linux-advanced-power-management.html) solves the problem.

    Open Terminal and then:

    sudo add-apt-repository ppa:linrunner/tlp
    sudo apt-get update
    sudo apt-get install tlp tlp-rdw
    sudo tlp start


    Bonus: Keyboard Light-show

    The following applications are made for Linux + Razer products, including the laptop keyboard.
    • Polychromatic - a graphical management tool and tray applet to managing Razer peripherals.
    • MacroW - a simple tool to record and play keyboard macros. (though the dameon does on the fly recording ;) )
    • RazerCommander - Simple GUI written in Gtk3



    Thank you!
  10. [Giveaway] Break The Siege with Razer, Feb 15, 2017
  11. Anis HM

    pretty sweet giveaway #thanks_RAZER
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  13. Razer Blade 2016 GTX 1060 Fan, Feb 9, 2017
  14. WaschBaer

    To me it Sounds right now like the typical Japan Chinese Electronic rubbish ... No Support and if you find a Support they either answer after 2 month or dont answer at All .. What seems to be the case right Here.. After searching the Webs i found Out that some People have Way different fanspeeds on idle than me ... Some have Sound like 40-50% like me and some chill on 20% in idle ( wich Would be heaven for me ...)

    Can only say #razersupportworstsupport