So let's see how well it performs in a bunch of different games just quickly before we dig into the benchmark results. I'Ll cover off the main specs in the laptop there's, an Intel i7 8750 H CPU, although it's also available with 8300 H, Nvidia 1050 TI graphics with 4 gig of gddr5 memory and a single 16 gig stick of ddr4 memory at 2600, 66 megahertz. So you could probably improve performance a little by running in dual Channel. All testing was done at 1080p II. The native resolution of the laptop 60 Hertz display at stock speeds with vsync disabled using the latest available Nvidia drivers, with that out of the way let's check out some of the gaming results, starting out with fortnight, it played really well at medium or low settings. I noticed a lot of dips, even while just moving around to any higher, which is reflected by the one percent lows 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, which was tested playing with the bots and the average frame rates are quite high, but again the 1 lows do drop quite a lot. I was experiencing some stuttering at all setting levels and this got much worse at the highest settings. Making it feel unplayable not too bad at the lowest settings, though, but not ideal. Csgo is going alright in terms of averages in this test, but, as usual, the 1 lows aren't that great due to the smokes in the benchmark test, pub G was tested using the replay feature it played alright on lower settings, but, as usual, this game gives us Pretty low 1 of lows compared to the averages but of course take the results with a grain of salt as like fortnight and will depend on what's going on in the game, so the results can vary.

Quite a lot. I'Ve tested Far Cry 5 with the built in benchmark and the results aren't too great still playable at lower settings learn. Assassin'S Creed origins was also tested with the built in benchmark and the results was similar with many average frame rates. Around 40 fps oser dota 2 was tested using a fairly intensive replay, so this should be a worst case scenario. Realistically, you'll probably get better results in this, while actually playing and even in this intensive test. The averages are looking pretty good for this game. 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 1. In the first campaign, mission felt a little stuttery at Ultra and high settings at times, but ran quite well at medium or low. The Witcher 3 doesn't really need a high frame rate to play, but it was quite stuttering at Ultra settings, as shown by below 1 lows. It played well enough at all of the setting levels. Low 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. You'Ll probably want to play this at low settings to get a good experience.

Watchdogs 2 is another resource, intensive game, but is another that I personally think doesn't need a high frame rate to play. Despite this, however, the game was stuttering at all setting levels, which is sort of reflected by the poor 1 lows for the most part it wasn't playable at any setting level. Doom was tested using Vulcan and even at max settings. We were averaging above the refresh rate of the display, but again there was some stuttering during gameplay shadow of war. Was another game tested with a built in benchmark again lower settings could get us above. The refresh rate of the display ashes of the singularity was also tested with the built in benchmark as a more demanding game. The results aren't too great, I haven't yet tested under bolting 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. I'Ll cover this in more detail in the full review, but many of the games had terrible 1 lows and stuttering, as mentioned due to the CPU power limit, throttling almost the entire time, which I wasn't able to resolve by modifying limits or under vaulting. So how do you guys think the assist laughs, FX 504 gaming laptop did in these games? The 1050 TI is still a pretty decent mid range choice and works well with less demanding games at 1080p with best settings.

Although, as we've seen in many modern, Triple A games, you might need to instead look at 1060 graphics, it all depends on what you're playing. Let me know what you guys thought down in the comments and don't forget to subscribe for the full review of the asou stuff, FX fiber for gaming laptop as well as future tech.