I'Ll, just briefly mention the hardware being used before we get into the benchmarks. The laptop is, of course running an nvidia 970m card for the graphics, with an intel. 6700 HQ quad, core cpu and 16 gigabytes of memory at 2133 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 in a 1080p resolution with no be sink or GC, Music and Music. You Music, the laptop, is doing a fairly acceptable job with most of these games. Some are even running at 60fps or above with good settings. However, for the most part, you'll probably want to lower your settings, keeping fire frame rates is important to you. Based on my testing, I find it difficult to recommend the 970m head with a high refresh rate laptop, such as a 120 hard screen. You'Ll rarely reach that unless you play on minimum settings in some games, so sticking with 60 Hut seems like the best choice. Although the 970m is a little older now, if you can get a good deal on one and it provides acceptable frame rates in the games that you want to play, then it could be what to look at from my testing. It performs about the same as a 1050 Ti, so what did you think about the performance of Nvidia's 970m? Will you be getting one in your next laptop, or did you just want to see how well it does in a particular game? 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.