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How many fps will I get with this laptop?

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id say maybe turn the settings down to medium high on some games (you can stay on high settings on others) and you should get a solid 60fps


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5 minutes ago, DES7OY3R said:

Probably way more than the screen can output, so you're fucking golden, idk about the heavier to run titles.
PC performance is often a choice, high FPS with low details or low FPS with high details. Good PCs can do high FPS with High details. This laptop would probably be a medium powerhouse. 


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3 minutes ago, DES7OY3R said:

For CS:GO, I believe your should be able to expect a smooth experience at maybe 1080p High 90fps+ pretty confidently with good standards of Anti-Aliasing  Overwatch might not be to smooth and you might have to tone it down to maybe medium with maybe a higher standard of AA with  because of that 1050. H1Z1 is probably going to be fine but turn the settings down and you'll hit 60fps on nearly all the games:3


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5 minutes ago, 21rkosta said:

id say maybe turn the settings down to medium high on some games (you can stay on high settings on others) and you should get a solid 60fps

So how much fps I get on player battlegrounds or overwatch on like low-medium?

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Just now, EnergyEclipse said:

For CS:GO, I believe your should be able to expect a smooth experience at maybe 1080p High 90fps+ pretty confidently with good standards of Anti-Aliasing  Overwatch might not be to smooth and you might have to tone it down to maybe medium with maybe a higher standard of AA with  because of that 1050. H1Z1 is probably going to be fine but turn the settings down and you'll hit 60fps on nearly all the games:3

What about player battlegrounds??? And gta5?

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3 minutes ago, Lord Nicoll said:

Probably way more than the screen can output, so you're fucking golden, idk about the heavier to run titles.
PC performance is often a choice, high FPS with low details or low FPS with high details. Good PCs can do high FPS with High details. This laptop would probably be a medium powerhouse. 

Ok thanks

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16 minutes ago, DES7OY3R said:

What about player battlegrounds??? And gta5?

PUBG: This game is not CPU bound (maybe because it is an MMO), but it does have some requirements on the GPU. With a 1050, 1080p low should get you around the mid 50s to 60 fps.

 

GTA 5: 1080p medium should be fine. This game is rather old anyway.


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3 minutes ago, Jurrunio said:

PUBG: This game is not CPU bound (maybe because it is an MMO), but it does have some requirements on the GPU. With a 1050, 1080p low should get you around the mid 50s to 60 fps.

 

GTA 5: 1080p medium should be fine. This game is rather old anyway.

Oh ok then I may buy the laptop. Do you know how much fps I get on overwatch then? 1080p 

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3 minutes ago, DES7OY3R said:

Oh ok then I may buy the laptop. Do you know how much fps I get on overwatch then? 1080p 

1080p medium 60 to 70 fps.


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