The laptop is, of course, running an Nvidia 1080 card with max Q for the graphics, with an Intel 7700 HQ quad, core CPU and 24 gigabytes of 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 all games were tested with a 1080p resolution with no vsync or g sync, you so we've seen the laptop is doing a great job which is expected with the 1080. The 1080 with max Q, does a bit better than a 1070, but not quite as good as a full 1080. Many of the games are getting really high frame rates, even a maximum settings, while others would need to be lowered a little if you wanted to take full advantage of a higher refresh rate panel, but it depends on the game. In my experience, the Nvidia 1080 with max Q is a great option for laptop 1080p 120 Hertz gaming. However, depending on the games that you play, you could probably save some money and drop down to a 1070, especially if you don't need a thin and light laptop, which is the main selling point of Max Q. So what did you guys think about the performance of invidious newer, max q option? Will you be getting one in your next laptop or would you prefer a full 1080 Noire mania? Ten, seventy is enough. Let me know your thoughts down in the comments and leave a like on the video if you found the information useful thanks for watching and don't forget to subscribe for future tech.