I'Ll cover off the main specs in the laptop there's, an Intel i7 8750 h6 core CPU 16 gig of ddr4 memory running at 2600, 66 megahertz in dual channel and m2 nvme SSD and nvidia 1070 max q, graphics, although it's also available with the 1060 max q. So expect lower results with that version, there's also a 1080p 144 Hertz screen so we'll see how well these games are able to take advantage of it. All games were tested with gaming mode enabled through the Razer synapse software, which essentially increases the power limit of the CPU and overclocks the graphics by 100, megahertz on the core and 300 megahertz on the memory fortnight run well at any setting level. Although medium, although were needed to average around the refresh rate of the panel, but results will of course, vary based on what other players are doing in game over which was tested playing with the butts, and it was running very well. Even an epic setting is where averaging 144 FPS with lowest settings. Giving us 1 allows near this level, but again, results here will vary based on what's, going on in the game and the map pub G was tested using the replay feature. It ran all right of ultra for the most part, but you'll be better off playing at high settings of below and like the previous game, results will vary based on the map and what other players are doing. Csgo was running well at all settings.

The 1 low who's dropped down quite a bit in this particular benchmark. Due to the smokes Rainbow. Six siege was tested with the built in bench mark and divin at Ultra settings, the average frame rate was very high with the 1 lows still well above 100 FPS. So absolutely no problems here at all I've tested Far Cry 5 with the built in benchmark and the results are pretty good. Even at Ultra settings, Assassin's Creed origins was also tested with the built in bench mark and again, playable at all setting levels, dota 2 was tested using a fairly intensive replays. So this should be a worst case scenario. Realistically, you'll probably get better results in this, while ashlee playing and even in this intensive test, the average is a pretty basin testing battlefield one in the first campaign mission read well for me. Even at ultra settings, the 1 lows dropped down a bit, although I didn't personally really notice that he dips, while playing rise of the Tomb Raider, was tested with the built in benchmark, and the results here are quite good, really high frame rates at the lowest setting Levels and more than playable with the high ones very straight cone, is a fairly raceless intensive game and was tested with the built in benchmark. Despite our nice specs, even ultra settings still don't go too well fed pretty good results at lower settings. Watchdogs, too, was also a little demanding, but doesn't need a high frame rate to play in my opinion and read well at Ultra settings with not much variance between ultra very high and high settings.

The Witcher 3 played well live into ultra settings and again I don't really think it needs a high frame rate, but we can increase it quite a bit by lowering the settings. Mall shadow of war was tested with the built in benchmark and even at Ultra settings. This game was averaging above 60. Fps ashes of the singularity was also tested with the built in benchmark, and these results are pretty good for this game, at least from a laptop I haven't yet tested under vaulting or manual overclocking, as this will vary between laptops based on the hardware, but I'll cover Those in the full review video, along with detailed temperature testing. This is just how the laptop performs out of the box in games with the gaming mode enabled, which is probably how most people will end up using it. So how do you guys think the razorblade 2018 gaming laptop did in these games as expected with these specs it's, going pretty well easily able to run basically anything we can throw at it even at high settings? Let me know what you guys thought down in the comments and don't forget to subscribe for the full review of the razor blade 2018 gaming laptop as well as future tech.