MSI GS65 Stealth Thin 8RE Gaming Benchmarks
I wanted to mention that this 8 gig sticks of ddr4 memory running at 2400 megahertz and dual channel the stock configuration present in my unit. The laptop is also available with the 1070 max Q, if you're after some additional power. As mentioned this, one has Nvidia 1060 graphics. All testing was done at 1080p, the native resolution, if the laptops display with facing disabled with that out of the way let's check out some of the gaming results. Starting out with fortnight, I was able to utilize the 144 Hertz refresh rate of the display at around medium settings or lower. However, I thought it still ran well living at max settings. Even the 1 lows at max settings are above 60 fps, although they can vary. Quite a bit as the game greatly depends on what's going on and what other players are doing, which also means you need to take these results with a grain of salt over which was also going quite well just playing with the bots and at Ultra settings. We'Re already averaging above the refresh rate of the display and the 1 loads are still fairly high. Csgo was averaging well above what the refresh rate of the display could output. The 1 lows drop down a lot in this test due to the smokes but they're still fairly high. At around 60 fps on lower settings, pub G was tested using the briefly feature, but again take these results with a grain of salt as like fortnight, it will depend on what's going on in the game, so the results can vary quite a lot, as shown by The one percent lows which are quite a bit lower than the averages I've tested, far cry 5, with the built in benchmark.
Even at max settings were averaging above 60fps and the 1 lows aren't too far behind the average frame rates, dota 2 was tested using a fairly intensive replays. 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, while always averaging above 60 fps Rainbow six siege was tested with the built benchmark and we're, seeing quite high frame rates at all. Setting levels and while the 1 lows are a fair bit behind realistically they're still quite high, so it should play great with the 144 Hertz screen battlefield one ran well too, however, although the average frame rates were fairly higher, the one percent lows can drop down. Quite a bit during intense fights, however, to me, it still felt nice and smooth the dips weren't too bad. For me, although I'm used to playing with the 60 Hertz monitor The Witcher 3 doesn't really need a high frame rate to play and even on ultra settings to me, it played great. However, we can improve the frame rates quite a bit by lowering the settings if needed. Rise of the Tomb Raider was tested with the built in benchmark and the results are all right, averaging above 60 fps 7 at max settings. Ghost Recon is a fairly resource, intensive game and was again tested with the built in benchmark. All their ultra settings are quite low. This is always the case in this game.
A very high or lower was more playable. Watchdogs. 2 is another fairly resource intensive game. That is another that I personally think doesn't need a high frame rate to play. I can play this with 40 FPS averages, no problem as long as the one percent lows aren't too low. So to me it played well live in an ultra settings. Doom was tested using Vulcan and to me this was another that felt nice and smooth, even at Ultra settings with a 30 FPS improvement dropping down to minimum settings. But, honestly, I think the game still looks pretty good. Even a minimum shadow of orb was another game tested with the built in benchmark, and I think these results are more than enough to play the game even with good settings. Ashes of the singularity was also tested with the built in benchmark and again. These are all right results for this game on a laptop, as this is a fairly intensive benchmark. Overall, I thought the results from the MSI G as 65 were fairly good in some games were actually able to make use of the 144 Hertz screen with lower settings, especially in eSports titles. If you're after better results, you could instead look at the model with the max q10 7e as that's also an option I haven't yet tried under vaulting or overclocking, as this will vary between laptops based on the hardware, but I'll cover those in future videos. This is how the laptop performs out of the box, which, to be honest, is probably how most people will probably end using it.
So this is where you can at least expect at a base level. So how do you guys think the msag as six five did in these games? I'Ve always thought the ten sixty is a great choice for 1080p 60fps gaming, and we can see that here some games are able to take advantage of the 144 Hertz panel, though so it really depends where you're planning on playing with it. In any case, it can basically play any modern game, quite well with good settings. Let me know what you guys saw it down in the comments and don't forget to subscribe for the full review of the msi gs70 gaming laptop as well as future tech.