I'Ll cover off the main specs in the laptop there's, an Intel I 980 950 hk6 core CPU 16 gig of ddr4 memory running at 2600, 66 megahertz in dual channel and MDOT to solder, SSD and Nvidia 1060 max q, graphics. However, it's also available with an i5 or i7 CPU or with 1050 or 1050 Ti graphics. So this is the top end. Model expect lower results with different specs other than that I was running. Windows 10 with the latest Nvidia drivers, so let's see how well it runs. Fortner was running well at all setting levels. Even an epic settings. I didn't notice any issues I was able to average above 60fps and the one percent load wasn't too far behind this overwatch was destined plate with the bots and again it was running very well no issues at all, even in epic settings with the 1 low result. Above the refresh rate of the 60 Hertz display, Pub G was tested using the replay feature. The 1 lows drop down a bit compared to the averages at all setting levels, which seems to just be typical of how this game runs. But it played very well for me at high settings or below csgo was tested using the. U Etica, benchmark and we've got pretty decent average frame rates and even the 1 lows aren't too bad for this test. They drop a lot from the smokes nowhere near as bad in actual gameplay, though Rainbow six siege was tested, with the built in benchmark and even maxed out.

The results here are quite nice. This game runs well and basically anything and you shouldn't have any issues with it on the g7 Focker i 5 was also tested with the built in bench mark and again, pretty nice results averaging above 60 FPS at Ultra settings with the 1 load, not that far Behind Assassin's Creed origins was nothing that was tested with the built in bench mark and again, fairly. Decent results for this test. Dota 2 was tested using a fairly intensive replays, so this should be a worst case scenario realistically, probably get better results in this, while actually playing and we're seeing decent results here. Testing battlefield 1 in the first campaign mission read well for me. Even with ultra settings, 1 lows drop down a bit, but I didn't really notice any drops. They'Re still quite high rise of the Tomb Raider was tested with the built in benchmark and again no issues at all. Over 60 FPS averages save in a max settings. Ghost Recon was also tested with the built in benchmark and is a more demanding game. It doesn't score too well at Ultra settings, but it's going quite well at any other setting level. Watchdogs 2 is also on the more demanding side, but I don't think it needs a high frame rate to enjoy. I found it to run really smoothly at very high settings or blur. The Witcher 3 was also going alright and doesn't really need a super high frame rate either it wasn't too bad at Ultra, but we can improve the average framerate a fair bit with lower settings.

Although the 1 lows, don't, really budge, doom was tested using Vulcan and the average frame rates were quite high, even at Ultra settings. No noticeable issues at all while playing shadow of war was tested with the built in benchmark, and the results here seemed pretty decent compared to what the laptops I've tested. Ashes of the singularity was also tested with the built in benchmark as more of a CPU heavy game, and the results are just a little ahead of the Dell g5 I tested with the 87 58 CPU and same graphics, but don't worry I'll. Compare this further in a future g5 verse g7 video I've said for a long time that the Nvidia 1060 is a great option for 60 FPS gaming with good settings and modern games and based on my own testing, the max q variant that we've got here is Only about 10 slower than the regular 1060 so we're still able to get some pretty nice results in games, but again, keep in mind the 1060 max Q is available in the higher end. G7. Laptops expect lower results with the 1050 or 1050 Ti I haven't yet tested under vaulting or manual overclocking of the i9 CPU or graphics, 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 is probably how most people will end up using it.

So how do you guys think the Dell g7 gaming dubbed it in these games as the top end model in the g7 series? It'S doing pretty well no problems at all running these games even with decent settings. Let me know what you guys thought down in the comments and don't forget to subscribe for the full review of the Dell g7 gaming laptop as well as future tech.