I'Ll cover off the specs in my unit there's an Intel i7 87, 58 CPU, nvidia, 1070 graphics and 32 gig of memory running at ddr4 2666 single channel it's also got a 144 hertz screen, so we'll be able to see which games are actually able to take Advantage of the high refresh rate panel other than that I was running Windows 10 and these Nvidia drivers with the susur's boost mode enabled which boosts the power limit of the CPU 45 watt TDP and increases the fan. Speed. So let's see how well it runs for tonight was tested with the replay feature and even an epic settings were averaging above 100 FPS with high settings getting us above the refresh rate of the display, while the 1 low results at medium settings are above it. So it's running very smoothly, overwatch was tested playing in the practice range and again in epic settings. The results are very nice, with even the 1 alone, not too far below the refresh rate of the display. It played excellent even in max settings. Shadow of the Tomb Raider was tested with the built in benchmark still a new at idle for me, so not much to compare it with, though it is performing a bit better than the msi ge62 dive recently tested. With the same hardware, so seems like good results, hub G was tested using the replay feature, and although this is a less optimized game, I thought the frame rates were actually pretty decent with 1 lows at Ultra settings still averaging above 60 fps, so quite playable with Good settings csgo was tested using the Aletta chol benchmark and the results were again pretty nice for this hardware combination compared to what the laptops tested Rainbow.

Six siege was tested with the built in bench mark and was another that read well at basically all setting levels with 1 lows at highest setting levels not far behind the refresh rate of the display. So even the dips in performance are pretty good. Far cry 5 was also tested with the and benchmark once again, pretty good results from this test. Above 60 averages for 1 low when fairly high average frame rates, Assassin's Creed origins was another that was tested with the built in benchmark and again pretty good frame rates for this test, especially considering that I don't think you really need a high frame rate to play. This one dota 2 was tested using a fairly intensive replay, so this should be a worst case scenario. These results are not the same as actually playing the game and for this test the results were pretty decent compared to other laptops, as there wasn't quite as much CPU throttling here. Testing battlefield 1 in the first campaign mission ran well at all setting levels and again, the 1 loads are quite high, well they're, not too different between the different setting levels, but I found it to play great even at Ultra settings. Watchdogs 2 was a demanding game. Although it doesn't really need a high frame rate to play, but despite this, even at Ultra settings were able to average 60 FPS, which is pretty impressive. Ghost Recon is another demanding game and was tested using the built in benchmark.

Pretty much no laptop will really play this well at Ultra settings, but should run well at low levels. The Witcher 3 played great at anything below ultra. It was still definitely playable at Ultra settings, but just felt nice as stepping down slightly to high settings, as shown by the jump in frame rates. Doom was tested using Vulcan and, as usual, fairly high frame rates for this game. It ran perfectly smooth for me, while playing even on ultra settings with 1 lows. Still above 100 FPS shadow of war was tested with the built in bench mark and again, pretty good results with low settings averaging above the refresh rate of the panel, though I don't think you need super high frame rates to enjoy it. Ashes of the singularity was tested using the built in benchmark with DirectX 12, and the results for the most part are better than novel laptops. With same specs, I've tested all of the games tested are giving us pretty nice results. I think Nvidia 1070 graphics are a really great option if you're looking at running games above 100 FPS a good match for the 144 Hertz 1080p screen in the scar 2, although it does of course, depend on the specific game and the setting levels in use as We'Ve just seen I haven't yet tested under vaulting or overclocking, as this will vary between laptop based on the hardware, but I'll cover those in future videos, along with detailed temperature testing.

This is just how the laptop performs out of the box in a number of different games, as this is likely how most people will probably end up using it. Don'T worry there I'll definitely cover the more advanced stuff too. So how do you guys think the asou scott to gaming laptop did in these games, as we saw it can run them all no problem, most of them with mac settings and still fairly high settings are playable and the more intensive titles. The 144 hertz screen paired with the 1070 graphics allowed us the ability to get higher frame rates. Let me know what you guys thought down in the comments and don't forget to subscribe for the full review of the asou scott 2 gaming laptop as well as future tech.