I'Ll cover off the main specs in the laptop there's, an Intel i7 8 705 G CPU, which features AMD Radeon Vega, MGL graphics, with 4 gig of HP m2 memory I've also got 16 gig of ddr4 memory running at 2400 megahertz. It seems to be in single channel but I'm, not sure as its integrated and soldered to the motherboard. The XPS has a 4k 60 Hertz display, but I've run all the tests at 1080p. As you'll see it. Doesn'T really stand a chance running many games at 4k. So I haven't bothered testing that, with that out of the way let's check out some gaming results fortnight was running well at high settings will blur personally it felt a bit laggy to me at epic, but keep in mind that results will vary quite a lot in This game, depending on what other players are doing, however, which was tested playing with the butts, and I found it to run quite well at Ultra settings – will blur but still playable at epic settings pub G was tested using the replay feature as usual. The 1 lows are a fair bit below the averages, which seems normal in this game, but, of course, take the results with the grain of salt. As like, the previous two games, results will vary based on what's, going on in the game. Csgo was running fairly well. The averages in this benchmark are pretty good, with lower 1 lows due to the smirks in this test, Rainbow six siege was tested with the built in benchmark and even the 1 lows at Ultra were around the 60 FPS mark.

So it should work nicely. I have tested Far Cry 5 with the built in benchmark and the results aren't. Anything special as expected on this Hardware. Still playable in lower settings, assassin's creed origins was also tested with the built in benchmark and again should be playable at the lowest setting levels. Dota 2 was tested using a fairly intensive replay, so there 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 testing battlefield 1. The first campaign mission ran well for me, even with ultra settings, no noticeable problems here, as shown by the 1 lows, which aren't too far behind the averages at higher settings. The Witcher 3 doesn't really need a high frame rate to play, but didn't run very well at Ultra settings. Definitely playable any low with her rise of the Tomb. Raider was tested with the built in benchmark and were able to average around the refresh rate of the display at about medium settings. Ghost Recon is a resource. Intensive game and didn't go too well at higher settings. Still playable with lower settings, learn what jokes to is another resource, intensive game and one that I personally think doesn't need a high frame rate to play. I found it to play pretty well at high settings or below a bit choppy any higher. Their doom was tested using Vulcan and definite.

Ultra settings have ran smoothly for me just a little under the 60fps sweet spot, but still very playable. Shadow of war was another game tested with the built in benchmark, and the results were actually quite high here, with above 60fps achievable at very high settings for comparison. The i 78 705 G, Intel and AMD combination seems to perform in between Nvidia 1050 and 1050 Ti graphics, but I plan on doing some more comparisons with it in the future. 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 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 how do you guys think the Dell XPS 15, 2 1 laptop did in these games, although it's not explicitly a gaming laptop it's, still quite capable of playing many modern games and I'm interested to see future CPU GPU combinations from Intel and AMD in the future? Let me know what you guys thought down in the comments and don't forget to subscribe for the full review of the Dell XPS 15 2 in 1 laptop as well as future tech.