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 1070 card for the graphics, with an Intel. 7700 HQ quad core CPU and 16 gigabytes of ddr4 memory running at 2400 megahertz, although the main goal is to benchmark the graphics, the CPU will still play a part, 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 g sync Music, as we've seen, the laptop with 1070 graphics is doing very well. Most of the games are above the 60fps sweet spot. Even a maximum settings, higher frame rates can be achieved if you're willing to drop down to lower settings, as shown in the results. However, with the 1070, you don't usually need to do this unless you're running a very demanding game that perhaps requires a more powerful CPU which may be harder to come by in the laptop form factor, as the 7700 HQ is fairly common. In my experience, the nvidia 1070 is generally overkill for 1080p 60 hertz gaming. If you are running a higher refresh rate like 120 hertz you'd actually be able to take advantage of what the 1070 has to offer or otherwise 1440p at 60. Hertz could also be a good match for the 1070. So what do you think about the performance of invidious 1070 in a laptop well you'd be getting one in your next laptop.

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