I'Ll cover up the specs in my unit there's an Intel i7 87 58 CPU nvidia, gtx, 1060 graphics and 16 gig of memory running at ddr4 2666 in single channel. Yes, performance could be improved with dual channel, but this is how the laptop came to me. While I've got a 60 Hertz screen in my unit, it is also available with the faster 144 Hertz option. Otherwise I was running Windows 10, with these Nvidia drivers and with the Seuss's boost mode enabled which boosts the power limit of the CPU to a 45 watt TDP and increases the fan. Speed to maximize performance. So let's see how well it runs. Fortnight was tested with the replay feature and definite epic settings were still able to average above 70 fps and over 100 FPS with low settings. It was playing fairly smoothly at all, setting levels over which was tested playing in the practice range and again at all setting levels. The frame rates are quite high, averaging above 100 FPS at epic settings with a 1 lower above the refresh rate of the panel. In my unit, battlefield 5 was tested in campaign mode and not multiplayer mode as it's easier to consistently reproduce the test run. I didn't have any issues playing at any setting level, although it was noticeably smoother at medium. All blur shadow of the Tomb Raider was tested with the built in benchmark and the results were a bit lower than I expected, probably due to the single channel memory, but still some decent frame rates at the low levels.

Pub G was tested using the replay feature, and although this is a less optimized game, it was still playable at pretty much any setting level, although again not as high frame rates, as we usually see with the 10 60 and 80 750 H again, probably due to The single channel memory csgo was tested using the elliptical benchmark and, as usual, the frame rates at all same levels were fairly high Rainbow six siege was tested with the built in benchmark, and this test pretty much always results in high frame rates, and this was no Exception I have a 100 FPS averages, regardless of the settings in use. Focker, i 5 was also tested with the built in benchmark and the results are all right for this test still able to average above 60 FPS at ultra settings. Assassin'S Creed Odyssey was another. That was tested with a built in benchmark and the framerate same alright, given that I don't think you necessarily need high FPS to enjoy the game, but nothing amazing, dota 2 was tested using a fairly intensive replay, so there should be a worst case scenario. These results are not the same as actually playing the game which would result in higher performance. I use this test as it's reproducible and easy to compare with my other videos. What jokes to was a demanding game but as it doesn't seem to need a high frame rate to play. I had no trouble playing at Ultra settings anything above 30 FPS as long as the 1 lower isn't too terrible runs fine for me.

Ghost Recon is another demanding game and was tested using the built in benchmark and we're, seeing all right frame rates for this game. Very high and blur pretty typical results for laptop hardware, which rarely sees good results with ultra The Witcher 3 played great at anything below ultra. It felt a bit choppy at Ultra settings at times, but otherwise no issues at the other levels shown by the increase in frame rates, derp, was tested using Vulcan and the game played smoothly, even at Ultra settings with the 1 lower higher than the refresh rate of My 60 Hertz panel and averaging up to 120 fps at low settings shadow of war was tested with the built in benchmark, and the results here seemed pretty good. With over 100 FPS possible at low settings of low ashes of a singularity was also tested with the built in benchmark, and I found it interesting. The crazy and extreme results were close together, while the high end standard would then also pretty close. All of the games tested were easily playable, with decent frame rates and good settings thanks to the NVIDIA, GTX, 1060 graphics and I 78758 CPU. The results were a bit lower compared to many other laptops, I've tested with the same specs that have a dual channel memory configuration there, so, instead of buying it with dual channel, if possible, I'll look at upgrading to a second stick later in the future. If you want to boost performance, I didn't test jewel channel, as I don't have spare memory, and if the laptop was sento ever like this, then it's likely a common configuration that you'll actually be able to buy.

I haven't yet tested under bolting or if a clocking, as this will vary between laptops 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, but don't worry there. I'Ll definitely cover the more advanced stuff too. So how do you guys think the asou stuff FX 505 gaming laptop did in these games, although it was still capable of playing these games with good settings and frame rates? A dual channel memory configuration most likely would have helped to perform even better. 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 505 gaming laptop as well as future tech.