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Razer Blade Pro 17” (2017) – Full HD – GTX 1060 Support

Does the Razer Blade Pro 17" (2017) – Full HD – GTX 1060 have a touch screen?
No, the Blade Pro 17" (2017) – Full HD – GTX 1060 does not feature a touch screen.
Is the PSU adaptor for the Razer Blade Pro 17" (2017) – Full HD – GTX 1060 the same with the Razer Blade Pro 4K?
No, the Razer Blade Pro 17" (2017) – Full HD – GTX 1060 uses a 165W adaptor while the Razer Blade Pro 4k uses a 250W adaptor. You can't interchange the adapters as they use different style connection ports.
What are the specifications of the Razer Blade Pro 17" (2017) – Full HD – GTX 1060's display?
The Razer Blade Pro 17" (2017) – Full HD – GTX 1060 comes with a 17.3" Full HD IPS matte display with 120Hz refresh capability.
Is the Razer Blade Pro 17" (2017) – Full HD – GTX 1060 THX certified?
No, the Blade Pro 17" (2017) – Full HD – GTX 1060 version of the Blade Pro is not THX certified.
What is the main visual difference between the Razer Blade Pro 17" (2017) – Full HD – GTX 1060 and the Razer Blade Pro 17" (2017) – 4K – GTX 1080?
The Razer Blade Pro 4K has a glossy finish, while the Razer Blade Pro 17" (2017) – Full HD – GTX 1060 has a matte finish.
Does the Razer Blade Pro 17" (2017) – Full HD – GTX 1060 have mechanical keys?
No, it does not feature mechanical keys. Instead it utilizes Razer's reliable membrane keys.
Is the Razer Blade Pro 17" (2017) – Full HD – GTX 1060 VR ready?
Yes, the NVIDIA GTX 1060 graphics card is VR (Virtual Reality) ready.
Is the Razer Blade Pro 17" (2017) – Full HD – GTX 1060 powered by Razer Chroma?
Yes, it is powered by Razer Chroma with the full spectrum of 16.8 million colors. Each of the keys are individually backlit as is the trackpad.
Can I upgrade the RAM of my Razer Blade Pro 17" (2017) – Full HD – GTX 1060?
Yes, 16GB dual-channel memory comes standard with the Blade Pro 17" (2017) – Full HD – GTX 1060, but it can be expanded up to 32GB.
Can I upgrade the SSD in my Razer Blade Pro 17" (2017) – Full HD – GTX 1060?
Yes, the Blade Pro 17" (2017) – Full HD – GTX 1060 includes a 256GB SSD and a 2TB HDD, but it can be expanded up to a 2TB SSD and a 4TB HDD.
What are the ports available for the Razer Blade Pro 17" (2017) – Full HD – GTX 1060?
The Blade Pro 17" (2017) – Full HD – GTX 1060 features three(3) USB 3.0 Ports, Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C), SD Card reader, 3.5mm combo audio port, Gigabit Ethernet and an HDMI 2.0 audio and video output.
Will I void the warranty by opening or upgrading my Razer Blade's components on my own?
Any damage or issues caused during installation or as a result of incompatible parts being used is NOT covered under the warranty, and may void the warranty coverage.
How do I upgrade the RAM of my Razer Blade Pro 17" (2017) – Full HD – GTX 1060?

The Razer Blade Pro 17" (2017) – Full HD – GTX 1060 has two(2) memory slots, that support up to 32GB (16GB x2) DDR4-2667MHz SODIMM modules. The memory slots are occupied by two(2) 8GB DDR4-2400MHz modules by default, which need to be removed if upgrading. To access the memory slots, carefully remove the bottom cover using a T-5 bit for the visible screws, and a small Philips head screwdriver for the two(2) screws beneath the rubber strip on the bottom side of the laptop. Once all the screws have been removed, slide the bottom cover away from the hinge area to release it from the retention clip, then lift upwards to fully remove. Once the new memory modules have been installed, replace the bottom cover realigning the retention clip, and replacing all the screws.

NOTE: Any damage or issues caused during installation or as a result of incompatible parts being used is NOT covered under the warranty, and may void the warranty coverage.

How do I upgrade the SSD and/or HDD in my Razer Blade Pro 17" (2017) – Full HD – GTX 1060?

The Razer Blade Pro 17" (2017) – Full HD – GTX 1060 supports one(1) PCIe SSD and one SATA HDD. By default, the laptop has a 256GB PCIe m.2 SSD and a 2TB SATA HDD, which would need to be removed if upgrading. To access the storage slots, carefully remove the bottom cover using a T-5 bit for the visible screws, and a small Philips head screwdriver for the two(2) screws beneath the rubber strip on the bottom side of the laptop. Once all the screws have been removed, slide the bottom cover away from the hinge area to release it from the retention clip, then lift upwards to fully remove. Once the new drives have been installed, replace the bottom cover realigning the retention clip, and replacing all the screws.

NOTE: Any damage or issues caused during installation or as a result of incompatible parts being used is NOT covered under the warranty, and may void the warranty coverage.