Dell G7 7590 (RTX 2060) Gaming Benchmarks – 20 Games Tested!
I'Ll cover off the specs in my unit, I've got an Intel: i7 8750 H, CPU with nvidia r, TX, 2060, graphics and 16. Gig of memory running in jewel tunnel, the j7 is available in different configurations. You can check updated pricing for different models in the description. I'Ll also note, the dell has already refreshed the g7 lineup with Intel's latest ninth gen CPUs so expect slightly different results there. I was running Windows 10 with the latest Nvidia drivers available and just as a reminder, we're only looking at gaming performance here if you're new to the channel get subscribed for the upcoming full review, which covers everything. We'Ll start off with the results from all 20 games. In all seven levels, then compare with some other laptops afterwards to see how the g7 stacks up battlefield 5 was tested in campaign mode and not in multiplayer mode as it's easy to consistently reproduce the test run. The purple bars show the results with ray tracing disabled. While the green bars show r tx on the RT x, results weren't great at Ultra in high settings, though it was mostly playable for a game like this I'd want higher FPS, ler and RT acts off at Ultra settings looks better and runs similarly to RTX on At low settings, battlefield 1 was also tested in campaign mode and was performing quite well with ultra settings still able to reach above 100 FPS, while around medium settings would be a good match for the optional 144 Hertz display apex legends was tested with either all settings At maximum or all settings at the lowest possible values, as it doesn't have predefined setting presets.
It played all right, even with everything maxed out averaging about 80 FPS and averaging about 47 higher with everything on minimum, Far Cry. New Dawn was tested with the built in benchmark in this test. Above 75, FPS averages were possible at Ultra very similar to other 2060 laptops that I've covered far cry. 5 was also tested with built in benchmark, and the results were ahead of the new. A far cry new dawn just covered and we'll see how this one compares to some other laptops later for tonight was tested with the replay feature, and while I have to regularly refresh the replay jutsu updates, I test in the same area even with Mac settings over 100 FPS was easily possible in this seemingly well optimized game. Overwatch is another well optimised game and was tested in the practice range as other players, BOTS and even different maps in actual gameplay affect the framerate, and this allows for consistent testing. Even maxed out in epic settings was giving us around 140 FPS plenty to take advantage of the optional 144 Hertz screen shadow of the Tomb Raider was tested with the built in benchmark. The results were all right here, close to many other 2060 laptops, I've tested. So far, but again there will be some comparisons with other laptops. Later Metro Exodus was also tested using the built in benchmark. Most parts of the game perform a fair bit better than this, so don't take these results as a good indication of what to expect throughout the entire game it's more of a worst case, but does let you perform the same test to compare against csgo was tested Using the you let achill FPS benchmark and like always, high frame rates were coming out of this test.
Even with all settings at maximum over 160 FPS was possible with much lower lowest settings. If you need it Rainbow. Six siege was tested with the built in benchmark and as a game. I found a benefit from invidious nuturing architecture. Even with ultra settings, almost 120 FPS was possible in this test. Pub G was tested using the replay feature and over 100 FPS was possible even with the settings maxed out at Ultra, with closer to 130 at very low settings, honestly, not too different from most other laptops that I've tested recently assassin's creed Odyssey was tested with the Built in benchmark still enough to play the game fine and at most setting levels I found it was performing a little ahead of the g5, with the same specs that I've previously tested, dota 2 was tested playing in the middle lane, with an average amount of action Going on and it was running very smoothly without any problems at all, if an ultra settings were capable of 140 FPS in this game, so another that would benefit from the optional 144 Hertz panel upgrade watchdogs. 2 was a resource intensive game, although I still found it to play perfectly fine, even with ultra settings with the stable 30fps to me, it runs fine and we're, seeing that with the 1 alone maxed out Ghost Recon is another demanding game and was tested using the Built in benchmark unless you've got a top of the line, laptop 60 FPS ultra in this test is basically not possible but could be reached in this test with very high settings.
The witcher 3 was running well with hell, works, disabled and played well with ultra settings. In my test, although you can get much higher frame rates, if you prefer with lower settings with almost 150 allure, but personally, I just used the highest settings and have a looking better given. I don't think it benefits much from huge fps doom was tested using Vulcan, and this game runs very well on, basically anything even with max settings. I was seeing very high frame rates above 100 for the 1 lower, so it was playing extremely smoothly. Strange Brigade was another game that was tested with Vulcan, and this one was also running well, almost 100 FPS at Ultra settings in the built in benchmark with low settings. Almost doubling this shadow of war was also tested with the built in benchmark and is another game that I found to benefit from invidious nuturing architecture. The results look, alright plenty for playing the game in any case, with almost 100 FPS reached in this test at high settings. Let'S also take a look at how this config of the Dell g7 compares with other laptops to see how it stucks up use these results. As a rough guide, only as they were tested at different times with different drivers in battlefield 5 I've got the g7 up the top in red, and the results were extremely similar to the g5 that I tested with the same specs. The clever NH 58, a DQ that I've recently tested, was further ahead due to excellent CPU performance.
I found in that machine, while the asou Scotto also saw higher average FPS and a bit higher 1 lower. Here are the results from far cry 5 with ultra settings. In the built in benchmark, the results are similar to other 2060 laptops I've tested, though it does seem to be just slightly below the others, and also behind the Dell g5 with same specs but realistically still quite close. These are the results from shadow of the Tomb Raider with the built in benchmark at highest settings and in this one the g7 scored the same as the g5 and again similar to most of the other 2060 laptops that I've tested. Let me know if you'd be interested in seeing a dedicated comparison between the g5 and g7 down in the comments. Overall, I thought the gaming performance from the new Dell g7 gaming top was alright. It seems to be pretty well in line with many other laptops.