Six core is 78758 CPU and nvidia 1070 graphics, so let's find out how well it performs in a bunch of different games just quickly before we dig into the benchmark results. I wanted to mention that there's 216 gig sticks of ddr4 memory running at 2600, 66, megahertz and dual channel. There are different memory configurations available with this laptop, so this may slightly affect the results. All testing was done at 1080p, the native resolution, if the laptops 144 Hertz display at stock speeds with fie sync and gsync disabled with that out of the way let's check out some gaming results, starting out with fortnight medium settings are below average above what the 144 Hertz display can output, although the one percent lows were a fair bit below the averages here either way, it ran well even at epoch. Settings it's important to keep in mind that this game is hard to benchmark, as frame rates will vary based on what's going on. In game and what other players are doing, overwatch was tested playing with the buds and the average frame rates are quite high, but again the 1 lows do drop a fair bit, especially at lower settings. To me, the game felt nice and smooth even an epic settings. As usual, csgo was averaging well above what the refresh rate of the display could output the 1 lows drop quite a bit due to the smokes in this benchmark test. Pub G was tested using the replay feature and as the king of an optimization we're, seeing pretty big differences between the 1 lows and averages and, of course take the results with a grain of salt as like.

Fortnight err will depend on what's going on in the game, so the results can vary quite a lot. In any case, the game played pretty well at all setting levels. I have tested far cry 5 with the built in benchmark when not really able to fully utilize the 144 Hertz panel here, but the results are still quite high and the 1 lows aren't too far behind the averages in this test. Assassin'S creed origins was also tested with the built in benchmark and the results were similar in that the 1 lows also weren't too far behind the averages. But again the average frame rates aren't too high still plenty to play. Well, though, dota2 was tested using a fairly intensive replay, so this should be a worst case scenario. Realistically, you'll probably get better results than this, while actually playing and even in this intensive test. The averages are quite high feel free to download the replay listed. If you want to see how you compare Rainbow, six siege was tested with the built in benchmark and the averages are above the refresh rate of the display, even at Ultra settings. And although the one percent lows are a bit behind they're, still quite high. So the dips weren't too bad or noticeable testing battlefield one. In the first mission, we were able to push out more frames in the refresh rate of the panel at medium or lower settings, and even during intense fights that still felt really smooth to me.

The Witcher 3 doesn't really need a high frame rate to play, even with ultra settings to me, it played well with no issues. Interestingly, the one percent lows: don't really change much when we drop down in settings, but the averages shoot up rise of the Tomb. Raider was tested with the built in benchmark and were able to average above the refresh rate of the display at the lowest setting levels. Ghost Recon is a resource, intensive game and was again tested with the built in benchmark. Basically, no laptop I've ever tested plays this one well at Ultra settings, but it runs well with about any other setting level. Watchdogs. 2 is another resource, intensive game, but is another that I personally think doesn't need a high frame rate to play to me if an ultra settings felt fine, no issues playing maxed out here. Doom was tested using Vulcan and even with high settings, we're averaging exactly 144 FPS. It felt extremely smooth to me, while playing shadow of war was another game tested with the built in benchmark again lowest. Settings could get us above the refresh rate of the display, but probably not really going to help you out too much in this game. Ashes of the singularity was also tested with the built in benchmark, and I think these results are quite good for a laptop. I haven't yet tested under vaulting or overclocking, as this will vary between laptops based on the hardware, but I'll cover those in the full review video, along with detailed temperature testing.

This is just how the laptop performs out of the box and games, which, to be honest, is probably how most people will probably end up using it. So this is where you can at least expect at a base level. So how do you guys think the new was soo Sepphoris em gaming laptop did in these games? The 1070 seems to be a pretty good match up through the 144 Hertz screen in many games, it's capable of playing basically any games. We can throw at it even with good settings. Let me know what you guys thought down in the comments and don't forget to subscribe for the full review of the isuzu SEM gaming laptop as well as future tech.