Firmware update upgrades Razer laptop to USB4, quadruples speed to 40Gbps


Recently bought a Razer Blade 14 (2022) (opens in new tab)? Then we have good news. Razer has released a firmware update upgrading the gaming laptop’s two USB Type-C ports from 3.2 spec to full USB4, quadrupling performance from 10Gbps to fully 40Gbps. It’s a significant upgrade and begs the question of how wide the implications might be for similar software-powered improvements on other PC platforms.

Razer says the Blade 14 was already hardware compliant with USB4, creating the opportunity…

Read Full Story

News source:


PC Gamer is a magazine and website launched in the United Kingdom in 1993 and devoted to PC gaming.

News that you might like

Red Dead Redemption 2 mod gives Arthur a moonshine operation like Red Dead Online’s

As everyone eagerly awaits Grand Theft Auto 6, many Read Dead Redemption 2 superfans are feeling a bit left out in the cold. There...

Witcher 3 Next-Gen Update given Nvidia DLSS 3 frame-gen upgrade

We're less than a week from the 14 December launch of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Next-Gen Update (opens in new tab). Now comes...

Gabe Newell says Steam doesn’t need a Call of Duty guarantee from Microsoft ‘because we trust their intentions’

Regulators worldwide have been looking closely (opens in new tab) at Microsoft's proposed acquisition of Activision Blizzard, and one series in particular has become...

The Callisto Protocol’s PC patches restore it to full “yeah, it’s alright” glory

Since release last Friday, The Callisto Protocol devs at Striking Distance Studio...