Got the new Razer Blades. They're running like champs but the optimus switching sucks.
Here's my system info provided by HWiFO:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/nrl90opwau0ch ... r.HTM?dl=0
There currently isn't a way to disable this in the BIOS, but the work around i've found is to open the nVidia control panel, change the scaling to (whatever), then put the scaling back to "no scaling". Quick fix, but i'm worried about sending these out with clients who aren't computer savy, I have a feeling that i'll be teamviewing into the machines once a day to fix this for them, and i rather spend my time drinking beer and watching cat videos on youtube.....
I saw that this issue was addressed with MSI in the RS2 release of Windows, scheduled for March 2017. Do you think this will be the fix for everyone, or just MSI based PC's?
Also on a side note, for some strange reason, I'm limited to only 1 output via Thunderbolt 3 on these machines, Which I've yet to need more than 2 outputs (fingers crossed), So the built in HDMI, and Thunderbolt 3 adapter is working good for me, but my adapter supports 2 HDMI's, but Razer is currently only allowing 1 video output per Thunderbolt 3 port, Might be a firmware update to fix this in the future. Didn't know if anyone else has ran across something similar? Or if they have found a solution for another adapter, all while still using the nVidia GPU?
On a side, side note, the Razerblade Pro only has the nVidia GPU, so no optimus issues there.