To help you decide if it's good enough to play games the settings you want I'll just quickly mention the hardware being used before we get into the benchmarks. The laptop is, of course running an Nvidia 1060 colored for the graphics, with an Intel. 7700 HQ quad core CPU and 16 gigabytes of memory at 2400 megahertz, although the main goal is to benchmark the graphics, the CPU will play apart, especially in games where it becomes the bottleneck. So keep that in mind all games were tested at a 1080p resolution with no vsync or GT Music Music Music, you Music as we've seen the laptop is doing a pretty good job. Most of the games are around the 60fps sweet spot at high to max settings. Higher frame rates can be achieved if you're willing to drop down to lower settings, as shown in the results. In my experience, the nvidia 1060 is a great option for laptop 1080p 60 hertz gaming. If you were running a higher refresh rate, like 120 hertz you'd, probably be better off looking at a 1070 or higher to take advantage of it. So what do you guys think about the performance of invidious 1060? Will you be getting one in your next laptop? Let me know your thoughts down in the comments and leave the life of the video.