We'Ll see how the max q10 60 performs through a series of gaming benchmarks to help you decide if you should get it in your next laptop I'll, just quickly mention the hardware being used before we get into the benchmarks. The Dell 75077 laptop. That I'm testing with is of course running an Nvidia 1060 card with Mexico designed for the graphics, with six gigabytes of gddr5 memory with an Intel. 7700 HQ quad core CPU and 16 gigabytes of ddr4 memory at 2400 megahertz. Although the main goal is to benchmark the graphics, the CPU will play a part, especially in games where it becomes the bottleneck. So keep that in mind. However, this is currently a pretty common laptop CPU. All games were tested at a 1080p resolution with no vsync orgy, sink Applause, Music, Music, Music, Music, Music, Music Applause, Music. Overall, the max q 1060 is a great option for 1080p 60fps gaming on modern games. Even with high settings, I found the regular 1060 to perform about seven percent better than the max cube version in previous comparisons, but this can of course differ is the max Cubase and boost clock speeds depend on the laptop itself, as mentioned I'm testing, with the Dell 75077 here and it seems to have a good cooling solution, so it's, probably operating on the higher end of the scale, it's, definitely a great option if you want something cooler and quieter than a regular 1060 with that much of a performance loss.

So what did you think about the performance of invidious 1060 with max Q design? Will you be getting one in your next laptop? Let me know your thoughts down in the comments and leave a like on the video.