I'Ll cover up the specs in my unit there's, an Intel i7, 87, 58 CPU Nvidia 1060, max q, graphics and 16 gig of memory running a ddr4, 2666 and dual channel. These are the highest specs available with the g3. However, it's also available with the i5 8300 H, CPU or nvidia, 1050 or 1050 TI graphics instead, so expect lower results with lower hardware. Other than that, I was running. Windows 10 with the latest Nvidia drivers, so let's see how well it runs. Fortnight was tested with the replay feature and definite epic settings we're, seeing pretty nice results above 60 FPS averages so it's running quite smoothly, with higher frame rates available at lowest setting levels. Although it's worth keeping in mind, the g3 only has a 60 Hertz display. However, watch was tested playing in the practice area and again even in epic settings. It was running perfectly with 1 lows that were above the refresh rate of the display and an average frame rate above 100 pub G was tested using the replay feature, the results at Ultra settings aren't great, which isn't too surprising, as this isn't a very well optimised Game I lowest setting levels. The results are decent enough to play. Well, their shadow of the Tomb Raider was tested with the built in benchmark, and this is, after a recent game, ready driver for the game from Nvidia. In any case, the results don't seem too bad at the lower setting levels.

Csgo, who was tested using the illogical benchmark and the frame rates were alright for this test, actually slightly better than when I tested the g5, with the same specs of human segura, Rainbow six siege was tested with the built in benchmark and was still labeled average. Well. Above 100 FPS, even at Ultra settings again with fairly high 1 lows, so this game should run pretty smoothly without any problems. Far cry 5 was also tested with the built in benchmark and with ultra settings, which is stable to average above 60fps. A pretty nice result for this particular test with 1 loads that aren't too far behind Assassin's Creed origins was another game that was tested with the built in benchmark the results aren't too bad, as this is a more demanding title, although I don't think it needs super High frame rates to play anyway, dota 2 was tested using a fairly intensive replay, so there should be a worst case scenario. These results are not the same as playing the actual game. This benchmark is far more intensive than typical gameplay and, despite this, the frame rates are pretty good for the specs testing. Battlefield 1 in the first campaign mission ran nicely regardless of setting level. It played great for me, even at Ultra settings with 1 lower results around the refresh rate of the display, so even the dips in performance weren't too bad. What Stokes 2 was a somewhat demanding game, although I don't think it needs a high frame rate to play and it played great at high settings still playable at high settings, but not as good as shown by the 1 lows in the 20s Ghost Recon was tested With the built in benchmark and is also a demanding game, pretty much no laptops can really run this at Ultra settings.

So no surprise there they're definitely playable with lower settings. The Witcher 3 was always stable to average 60fps at Ultra settings. Granted that's with hair works. Disabled but it was running much nicer, it basically any other setting level and the 1 lows. Didn'T, really change much between settings. Shadow of war was tested with the built in benchmark and pretty decent results for this test with high settings required average above 60 fps ashes of the singularity was also tested with the built in benchmark using DirectX 12. This test is pretty intense, so the results aren't that great with massive dips earning the 1 lower results. I'Ve said in the past that the Nvidia 1060 graphics are an excellent choice in a gaming laptop. If you're looking to play modern games at 1080p with high settings and still get nice frame rates – and my previous testing is shown that the max q10 60 is only about 10 behind the 10 60, so I still sing pretty nice results in these games. But again, if you go for a g3 with 1050 Ti or 1050 graphics, then expect lower results. 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 future videos, along with detailed temperature testing. This is just how the laptop performs out of the books 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, sir. How do you guys think the Dell g3 laptop did in these games as we've seen that 1060 max q was a great option for a gaming laptop and is able to play in modern games with decent frame rates without issue? Let me know what you guys thought down in the comments and don't forget to subscribe for the full review of the Dell g3 gaming laptop as well as future tech.