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Acer Aspire V 15 Nitro VN7-572G-72L0 Notebook Review

Sebastian Jentsch, 11/03/2015

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Acer Aspire VN7-572G-72L0: With GeForce GTX 950M and 15-watt Skylake processor
Acer Aspire VN7-572G-72L0: With GeForce GTX 950M and 15-watt Skylake processor

For the original German review, see here.

Exactly one year ago, in October 2014, we had the first Acer Aspire V 15 Nitro (VN7-591G-77A9) in our test lab. At the time, Acer exhibited understanding for the needs of its customers and offered a scalable 15-inch (and 17-inch) Nitro in an appealing casing that could be furnished with different graphics cards (GT 840M, GTX 860M), different CPU models (15-watt ULV & 47-watt standard), as well as different SSD-HDD combinations. Acer also created a platform on the market that covered both the mainstream and high-end sector with prices ranging from almost 700 Euros up to 1500 Euros (~$761 to $1630).

In any case, the customers received a first rate, matte IPS screen in at least FHD or, for a surcharge, 3840x2160 pixels (4K Black Edition). The laptops have been sold in high quantities to date, received many reviews and awards and, as far as we can judge, have been the most successful laptop lineup on the German market in 2015.

That was enough incentive for Acer to follow-up these achievements with a successor, and to launch an attractively priced and scalable laptop. Our Aspire VN7-572G-72L0 is the normal version (not Black Edition) with the low-voltage Skylake processor Intel Core i7-6500U (15 watts, 14 nm) and GeForce GTX 950M. The "old" Haswell Nitro 15 was also furnished with the GeForce GTX 950M while the standard voltage Black Edition featured a GTX 960M.

The supplied combination of a 1 TB HDD + 128 GB SSD is no longer an innovation as they have been in use since late 2014. However, the SSD is now at the start with SATA 600. The working memory is dubbed DDR4, and peripherals can be connected via USB Type C without worrying about which side is up. The review sample is a premium range configuration with a price currently set at 1200 Euros (~$1304). We will naturally examine the cheaper model based on an i5-6200U, a 1 GB HDD, GeForce 945M and hard drive just as closely as the Black Edition with an i7-6700HQ and GTX 960M or 945M. We will shortly link the corresponding reviews in the following chart.

ModelSize (")CPUGPUHDD/SSDPrice
Acer Aspire V Nitro VN7-572G-72L015"i7 6500UGTX 950M1TB+SSD1200 Euros
Acer Aspire V Nitro Black Edition VN7-792G-55SF17"i5 6300HQ945M1TB SSHD999 Euros
Acer Aspire V Nitro VN7-572G-54YG15"i5 6200U945M1TB HDD900 Euros
Acer Aspire V Nitro Black Edition VN7-792G-74Q417"i7 6700HQGTX 960M1TB SSHD1300 Euros


Some members of the multimedia sector better get ready for a rough ride. The laptops are still based on Haswell, but will likely be updated with Skylake in the next few weeks or months. All three feature high-quality IPS screens, and all in non-glare Full HD.  

Among the genuine gaming machines, fixed to at least a GTX 960M GPU and the corresponding manufacturer's positioning, these two models are out of reach for Acer's Nitro V 15. However, we will nevertheless compare the IdeaPad Y50-70 for classification.   

Acer Aspire VN7-572G-72L0 (Aspire VN7-572G Series)
Processor
Graphics adapter
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950M - 4096 MB, Core: 993 MHz, Memory: 1000 MHz, DDR3, ForceWare 358.50, Optimus HD Graphics 520 (IGP)
Memory
8192 MB 
, 2x 4 GB DDR4 SDRAM Samsung, max. 32 GB
Display
15.6 inch 16:9, 1920x1080 pixel 141 PPI, LG Display LP156WF6-SPB1, AH-IPS, Normally Black, Transmissive, s-Si TFT-LCD 60Hz 300 cd/m² 700:1 (Vendor), glossy: no
Mainboard
Intel Broadwell-U PCH-LP (Premium)
Storage
Lite-On CV1-8B128, 128 GB 
, LiteOn CV1-8B128 @serial ATA/600 + Toshiba 1 TB @serial ATA, 1 GB free
Soundcard
Intel Skylake-U/Y PCH - High Definition Audio
Connections
1 USB 2.0, 3 USB 3.0 / 3.1 Gen1, 1 HDMI, 1 Kensington Lock, Audio Connections: mic+line combo, Card Reader: 5in1, USB 3.1 (Type C) -> Skylake USB 3.0 xHCI controller
Networking
Realtek RTL8168/8111 Gigabit-LAN (10/100/1000MBit), Qualcomm QCA6174 (a/g/n/ac), Bluetooth 4.0
Optical drive
HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GUE1N
Size
height x width x depth (in mm): 23.9 x 390 x 262 ( = 0.94 x 15.35 x 10.31 in)
Battery
53 Wh Lithium-Ion, 4465 mAh, Battery runtime (according to manufacturer): 8 h
Operating System
Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64 Bit
Camera
Webcam: 1280 x 720
Primary Camera: 2 MPix
Additional features
Speakers: stereo, 4 speakers, Keyboard: chiclet, Keyboard Light: yes, 90 watt power supply, Acer Power Button, Acer Power Management, 24 Months Warranty
Weight
2.366 kg ( = 83.46 oz / 5.22 pounds), Power Supply: 498 g ( = 17.57 oz / 1.1 pounds)
Price
1199 Euro

 

Case

Unusual: The base is made of one tray that is only open towards the upper side
Unusual: The base is made of one tray that is only open towards the upper side
Delicate, yet tightly mounted via the connection with the aluminum plate under the keyboard
Delicate, yet tightly mounted via the connection with the aluminum plate under the keyboard

Kudos! Acer has created a laptop chassis that is pleasant to the touch and conveys an appropriate quality feel even without aluminum applications and brushed metal. The construction does not look much different from that of the 2014 V 15 Nitro. A Type C USB replaces one USB port, the status LEDs for battery and power-on are now on the front beside the card reader. A recess replaces one rubber stopper on the underside. Those are the only differences - why should a successful chassis be extremely reworked anyway?

The bar above the keyboard with the "Aspire V Nitro" logo is still made of plastic, just like the covers of the outer hinges. This laptop does not open from the underside, as we illustrate in the screenshots below,  but from the upper side. The chassis is composed of one solid tray that is closed by a lid made of a keyboard and wrist rest.

Seen alone, the tray is a relatively pliable part. It becomes a stiff, adequately solid chassis that neither creaks nor twists significantly only when screwed to the keyboard unit. In our opinion, the way the flexible single parts create a rigid whole in their sum is a small engineering feat. The trick is the metal plate under the keyboard that creates a firm wrist rest, firm keyboard stroke, and keeps the laptop base in shape.

The lid is a showpiece in terms of torsional stiffness; its flexibility is limited and does not cause image distortions. The matte, structured and somewhat "soft" feel of the lid's surface is perfectly in line with the chassis and work area. All these rubber-coated surfaces are dubbed "Soft Touch" by Acer.

Review sample: Acer Aspire VN7-572G-72L0
Acer Aspire VN7-572G-72L0
Acer Aspire VN7-572G-72L0
Acer Aspire VN7-572G-72L0
Acer Aspire VN7-572G-72L0
Grooves on lid's back
Rear
Packaging
Plastic - not aluminum
Nvidia GeForce GTX 950M
One fan's vent
Underside - no maintenance hatches
Opening angle: approx. 140 degrees
Speakers - 2 each
Card reader on the front
Wi-Fi test outdoor- range: 45 meters

Connectivity

The Skylake chipset includes a USB 3.0 controller (Skylake USB 3.0 xHCI controller) that - like the name suggests - does not yet support transfer rates of 3.1 (up to 1212 MB/s). The USB Type C port is consequently only an alternative in case an external device is connected to this reverse-proof port. Acer would have had to install an additional 3.1 controller to make the aforesaid extreme transfer speed possible. The Type C port is theoretically compatible with Thunderbolt 3 providing that a device operates with a corresponding controller. That is not the case in the Nitro V 15, but will be a feature of the upcoming Dell XPS 13 and 15.

We test the performance of the incorporated Realtek RTS5129 USB card reader with our Toshiba Exceria Pro SDXC 64 GB UHS-II reference SD card. The maximum transfer rate is just below 30 MB/s when copying large data blocks, while 15 MB/s can be expected for common JPG image files (approx. 5 MB each). That is a bad outcome for an SD reader and is due to its USB 2.0 standard.

Left: Kensington Lock, DVD multi-burner, USB 2.0
Left: Kensington Lock, DVD multi-burner, USB 2.0
Right: combo audio mic+line, 2x USB 3.0, USB 3.0 Typ C, HDMI, RJ45 Ethernet, power socket
Right: combo audio mic+line, 2x USB 3.0, USB 3.0 Typ C, HDMI, RJ45 Ethernet, power socket

Communication

The wireless module is from Qualcomm (QCA6174 a/g/n/ac), which is unusual. It is a modern AC chip that can transmit via two channels. Acer has apparently installed good antennas in the display bezel. The Nitro V 15 easily reached our 45 meter (~148 ft) measuring point with a signal strength of two bars. Bluetooth 4.0 and Gigabit LAN by Realtek are also installed by default.

Accessories

Acer largely omits bloatware, apart from admin tools like Acer's Care Center (updates, checkups, recovery, TuneUp and support). TuneUp moves standard Window tools to the Care Center where priorities can be set for applications. In addition to the power supply, only the usual instructions and warranty notes are found. We did not discover any product-specific accessories on Acer's page.

Warranty

Acer's standard warranty includes a two-year pick-up and return service (1st Y ITW). Of course, the legal warranty of two years with shifting the burden of proof after six months also applies.

Webcam

The webcam's resolution of 2 MP is not exceptionally high. That would still be acceptable for the user's snapshots or a Skype chat. However, all photos are pale, lack outlines and exhibit relatively intense noise (particularly the backgrounds). Too bad - in times where smartphones will soon compete with SLR cameras, the same sensor that was used 10 years ago is still installed in laptops.

Webcam: 1280 x 720 pixels
Webcam: 1280 x 720 pixels
Lack of outlines, pale colors
Lack of outlines, pale colors
Muddy backgrounds
Muddy backgrounds

Maintenance

Accessing the innards appears difficult because multiple screws have to be released before carefully levering off the keyboard plate. Users who want to replace the RAM will even have to remove the motherboard. The parts are additionally connected via ribbon cables. Not everyone will have talent for this difficult job since anyone who is all thumbs should not even consider replacing the M.2 SSD, for example.

For tinkerers: Opening Acer's Aspire VN7-572G ...
For tinkerers: Opening Acer's Aspire VN7-572G ...
... is tricky but also worthwhile.
... is tricky but also worthwhile.
After releasing multiple screws on the underside ...
After releasing multiple screws on the underside ...
... the keyboard plate can be removed.
... the keyboard plate can be removed.
Important: The hooks should be released with a plastic putty knife.
Important: The hooks should be released with a plastic putty knife.
Then everything is accessible: The fan, ...
Then everything is accessible: The fan, ...
... a safety-button that cuts battery power, ...
... a safety-button that cuts battery power, ...
... and the battery.
... and the battery.
The motherboard has to be removed for exchanging RAM-, CMOS battery, M.2.
The motherboard has to be removed for exchanging RAM-, CMOS battery, M.2.
Button to reset battery; accessible via a hole on the underside.
Button to reset battery; accessible via a hole on the underside.
Heatpipe and working memory (DDR4)
Heatpipe and working memory (DDR4)
SSD in M.2 format
SSD in M.2 format

Input Devices

The keyboard's crisp drop and firm stroke are compelling. The single keys are even very lightly concave and support typing accuracy. The drop is clear though not excessively deep. The backlight does not shine through the keys but is underneath them, and the lettering does not become vague in daylight. The layout with the power button in the upper right is quickly understood. However, moving the "Del" over back space is unfavorable. Acer has simply omitted the power button on the casing and replaced the "Del" key with it.

The ClickPad's matte, sleek surface is pleasant to use, and is  very generously sized with a diameter of 12.8 centimeters (~5 in). Its drop is sufficient, and a click is triggered with little force. As usual, pressing the pad's upper half is more difficult than the lower half, and no drop exists at the very top. Most ClickPads are still mounted from above and thus the lowest edge has the deepest drop. The user will assume the mouse keys here, but they are only simulated via the finger's position and are mechanically absent.

Passed the test: decent typing feel with crisp pressure point and firm stroke
Passed the test: decent typing feel with crisp pressure point and firm stroke
Swift: quiet and clear drop, easy to press
Swift: quiet and clear drop, easy to press
Smooth workflow is possible with the touchpad
Smooth workflow is possible with the touchpad

Display

Sounds good: 15.6 inches, 1920 x 1080, non-glare, IPS
Sounds good: 15.6 inches, 1920 x 1080, non-glare, IPS

LG's screen (LP156WF6-SPB1, IPS) with FHD resolution is awesome: Rich colors alongside high contrast and strong brightness are criteria that potential buyers highly appreciate. The illumination of 86% over the entire surface is quite good, but we discovered evident backlight bleeding in the upper left that is, however, only visible on a black screen.

Acer also offers alternative screen models like the matte UHD panel with 3840x2160 for its older Nitros. However, it is only available for the expensive Black Edition VN7-592G of the 15-incher. The prices for this model can reach up to 1900 Euros (~$2065).

294
cd/m²
307
cd/m²
310
cd/m²
313
cd/m²
328
cd/m²
333
cd/m²
297
cd/m²
287
cd/m²
325
cd/m²
Distribution of brightness
X-Rite i1Pro 2
Maximum: 333 cd/m² Average: 310.4 cd/m²
Brightness Distribution: 86 %
Center on Battery: 328 cd/m²
Contrast: 994:1 (Black: 0.33 cd/m²)
ΔE Color 4.74 | - Ø
ΔE Greyscale 3.15 | - Ø
82% sRGB (Argyll) 54% AdobeRGB 1998 (Argyll)
Gamma: 2.51
Acer VN7-572G
FHD IPS matt
Acer VN7-571G
FHD IPS matt
Asus GL552JX
FHD IPS matt
Asus N551JW
FHD IPS matt
MSI PE60
FHD IPS matt True Color
Lenovo Y50-70
UHD IPS glare
HP Envy 15-ae020ng
FHD TN matt
Response Times
Response Time Grey 50% / Grey 80% *
50
Response Time Black / White *
17
PWM Frequency
Screen
-10%
-0%
-7%
13%
-16%
-80%
Brightness
310
283
-9%
317
2%
338
9%
282
-9%
257
-17%
226
-27%
Brightness Distribution
86
83
-3%
91
6%
92
7%
90
5%
81
-6%
88
2%
Black Level *
0.33
0.32
3%
0.31
6%
0.37
-12%
0.35
-6%
0.512
-55%
0.48
-45%
Contrast
994
1000
1%
1052
6%
922
-7%
857
-14%
566
-43%
500
-50%
Colorchecker DeltaE2000 *
4.74
5.31
-12%
4.14
13%
6.22
-31%
1.8
62%
3.72
22%
12.14
-156%
Greyscale DeltaE2000 *
3.15
4.73
-50%
5.46
-73%
5.24
-66%
2.18
31%
3.11
1%
12.74
-304%
Gamma
2.51 96%
2.36 102%
2.44 98%
2.47 97%
2.37 101%
2.48 97%
2.49 96%
CCT
6336 103%
5980 109%
7574 86%
7184 90%
6837 95%
6959 93%
15295 42%
Color Space (Percent of AdobeRGB 1998)
54
52.9
-2%
64
19%
68
26%
64
19%
48.16
-11%
38
-30%
Color Space (Percent of sRGB)
82
97
18%
100
22%
97
18%
59
-28%
Total Average (Program / Settings)
-10% / -10%
0% / -0%
-7% / -7%
13% / 13%
-16% / -16%
-80% / -80%

* ... smaller is better

The screen's rates outshine those of its rivals. Except for MSI's PE60 with its calibrated True Color panel (Samsung LTN156HL01), none of the contenders can hold a candle to the Nitro V 15 - even if the differences are quite minor. Solely HP's Envy 15-ae020ng is an example of doing things incorrectly: The manufacturer is the only one that uses a viewing angle dependent TN screen with low brightness, low contrast and, above all, a very poor DeltaE of 12-13.

The former V 15 Nitro VN7-571G sports the same LG Philips LP156WF6-SPB1, which is the reason for the very similar rates. Both Asus laptops rely on Samsung's 156HL01-102 that leads in the same quality class, but that apparently has a slightly better AdobeRGB color space coverage.

The backlight's brightness is not controlled via pulse width modulation (PWM), and thus users do not have to fear visible flickering or headaches. The average response time, i.e. the time needed for the liquid crystals to change colors, is 8 (black/white) and 25 milliseconds. The relatively long time needed for gray changes ends on a short level, which might cause ghosting/trailing (gaming). TN TFTs still tend to have faster response times.

sRGB color space: 82 %
sRGB color space: 82 %
AdobeRGB1998 color space: 54 %
AdobeRGB1998 color space: 54 %
Response time black / white avg. 8 ms
Response time black / white avg. 8 ms
Response time gray 50% / Gray 80% avg. 25 ms
Response time gray 50% / Gray 80% avg. 25 ms
Pixel shot
Pixel shot
CalMAN Grayscale: no bluish tint
CalMAN Grayscale: no bluish tint
CalMAN Saturation Sweeps: hardly shifted from the sRGB target colors
CalMAN Saturation Sweeps: hardly shifted from the sRGB target colors
CalMAN ColorChecker: low DeltaE
CalMAN ColorChecker: low DeltaE

The CalMAN analysis with a photospectrometer shows - and that without an embedded profile - very low DeltaE in both the grayscale levels and colors. Although the target range of less than three is not achieved, only MSI's PE60 that is delivered with a color profile accomplishes this among the rivals. We linked the color profile for our review sample in the box above; it can be used for the V 15 Nitro to almost eliminate the minor shifts in colors (see screen saturation).

However, calibration does not lead to a better color space coverage. Professional image editors will not be completely happy with the screen. The viewing angles are outstanding, as typical for IPS; the test image remains clearly legible and high in contrast without color inverting from every position.

Battery mode is still bright enough for outdoor use
Battery mode is still bright enough for outdoor use
Non-glare pays off
Non-glare pays off
Viewing angles: Aspire VN7-572G-72L0, FHD, IPS
Viewing angles: Aspire VN7-572G-72L0, FHD, IPS

Performance

The Aspire V Nitro is aimed at private users with high demands on their laptop's performance. While the Core i7-6500U (2.5 GHz) still belongs to the mainstream performance category of modern laptops (TDP: 15 watts), the storage capacity ranges in the upper class: The combination of a LiteOn SSD (M.2) and Toshiba hard drive (1 TB) provides both room and speedy program starts, the 8 GB working memory (DDR4) should also cope with the chance virtual machine.

If the user wants more, it is possible to insert up to 32 GB in the V 15 Nitro; two memory banks are present and filled (dual-channel). The advantage of DDR4 is the higher module density, and therefore 16 GB modules of DDR4 are available for laptops. The second advantage is the low-voltage operation (1.2 vs. 1.35 volts).

Acer has its VN7-592G models for power users. With a 48-watt processor and GTX 960M, they can be used as genuine gaming laptops or, depending on the user, as a workstation. However, a present non-black edition is enough for normal yet demanding use such as video editing, virtual machines or gaming.

System info: CPU-Z CPU
System info: CPU-Z Cache
System info: CPU-Z Mainboard
System info: CPU-Z Memory
System info: CPU-Z SPD
System info: CPU-Z Grafik
System info: GPU-Z Intel HD Graphics 520
System info: GPU-Z Nvidia Geforce GTX 950M, 4GB
Latencies caused by network adapter discovered
 

Processor

The question concerning the performance differences between the low voltage and standard voltage version is interesting. We illustrated that based on the first review sample with an i7-6700HQ. Providing that Acer utilizes the full Turbo potential of the HQ processor, the performance of the Black Edition with this processor will look similar to MSI's GS70-6QE16H21 or Schenker's XMG A706 (+90-100%). Our in-depth review will first provide a more precise account of that. It should be published by the end of November. Nevertheless, the "old" V 15 Nitro VN7-571G with Core i5 lags behind by 19-23% when we look at the multi-CPU performance.

Standard voltage is more powerful in single-core operation, but the differences of approximately 10% to the 6700HQ are much lower. The i5-5200U lags behind by almost 30% here. Those are not particularly big differences, making it quite worthwhile to buy a lower priced Broadwell VN7-571G based on Core i5 or i7 keeping owned applications in mind. After all, the GPU is still the same.

The Turbo can theoretically be boosted to 3.1 GHz in single-core, even if only for a short time. Our Nitro V 15 also does that; the dual-core initially calculates at 3.0 GHz for a while in multi-core, but then drops to 2.9 GHz in permanent load or due to thermal preload from the GPU. All in all, those are good preconditions for Turbo utilization. The clocks also remain at this level in battery mode under the corresponding high-performance profile - Cinebench R11.5 achieves the same scores.

We cannot complain about the GTX 950M and its Turbo range here, either. It clocks stably at 1123 MHz in the graphics stress test FurMark. That is also true for battery mode, where the OpenGL test (R11.5) achieves the same outcome.

Prime95 CPU load start @3.0 GHz
Prime95 CPU load start @3.0 GHz
Prime95 after stress test CPU @2.9 GHz stable
Prime95 after stress test CPU @2.9 GHz stable
Furmark stress GTX 950M @1123 MHz
Furmark stress GTX 950M @1123 MHz
Cinebench R11.5
CPU Single 64Bit (sort by value)
Acer Aspire VN7-572G-72L0
GeForce GTX 950M, 6500U, Lite-On CV1-8B128
1.49 Points ∼68%
Acer Aspire V15 Nitro VN7-571G-574H
GeForce GTX 850M, 5200U, Seagate ST500LM000 Solid State Hybrid Drive
1.25 Points ∼57% -16%
Asus GL552JX-CN154H
GeForce GTX 950M, 4720HQ, Micron M600 MTFDDAV128MBF
1.54 Points ∼70% +3%
Asus N551JW-CN094H
GeForce GTX 960M, 4720HQ, Kingston SMSM151S3128GD
1.58 Points ∼72% +6%
MSI PE60-2QEi581
GeForce GTX 960M, 4210H, HGST Travelstar 7K1000 HTS721010A9E630
1.5 Points ∼68% +1%
Lenovo IdeaPad Y50-70 (59424712)
GeForce GTX 860M, 4710HQ, Samsung SSD PM851 512 GB MZ7TE512HMHP
1.48 Points ∼67% -1%
MSI GS70-6QE16H21
GeForce GTX 970M, 6700HQ, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256G8NU
1.64 Points ∼75% +10%
Schenker XMG A706
GeForce GTX 960M, 6700HQ, Samsung SSD 850 EVO M.2 250 GB
1.66 Points ∼75% +11%
CPU Multi 64Bit (sort by value)
Acer Aspire VN7-572G-72L0
GeForce GTX 950M, 6500U, Lite-On CV1-8B128
3.63 Points ∼18%
Acer Aspire V15 Nitro VN7-571G-574H
GeForce GTX 850M, 5200U, Seagate ST500LM000 Solid State Hybrid Drive
2.8 Points ∼14% -23%
Asus GL552JX-CN154H
GeForce GTX 950M, 4720HQ, Micron M600 MTFDDAV128MBF
7.35 Points ∼37% +102%
Asus N551JW-CN094H
GeForce GTX 960M, 4720HQ, Kingston SMSM151S3128GD
6.69 Points ∼33% +84%
MSI PE60-2QEi581
GeForce GTX 960M, 4210H, HGST Travelstar 7K1000 HTS721010A9E630
3.64 Points ∼18% 0%
Lenovo IdeaPad Y50-70 (59424712)
GeForce GTX 860M, 4710HQ, Samsung SSD PM851 512 GB MZ7TE512HMHP
4.59 Points ∼23% +26%
MSI GS70-6QE16H21
GeForce GTX 970M, 6700HQ, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256G8NU
7.01 Points ∼35% +93%
Schenker XMG A706
GeForce GTX 960M, 6700HQ, Samsung SSD 850 EVO M.2 250 GB
6.81 Points ∼34% +88%
Cinebench R15
CPU Single 64Bit (sort by value)
Acer Aspire VN7-572G-72L0
GeForce GTX 950M, 6500U, Lite-On CV1-8B128
132 Points ∼68%
Acer Aspire V15 Nitro VN7-571G-574H
GeForce GTX 850M, 5200U, Seagate ST500LM000 Solid State Hybrid Drive
108 Points ∼56% -18%
Asus GL552JX-CN154H
GeForce GTX 950M, 4720HQ, Micron M600 MTFDDAV128MBF
133 Points ∼69% +1%
Asus N551JW-CN094H
GeForce GTX 960M, 4720HQ, Kingston SMSM151S3128GD
141 Points ∼73% +7%
MSI PE60-2QEi581
GeForce GTX 960M, 4210H, HGST Travelstar 7K1000 HTS721010A9E630
131 Points ∼68% -1%
Lenovo IdeaPad Y50-70 (59424712)
GeForce GTX 860M, 4710HQ, Samsung SSD PM851 512 GB MZ7TE512HMHP
134 Points ∼69% +2%
MSI GS70-6QE16H21
GeForce GTX 970M, 6700HQ, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256G8NU
144 Points ∼74% +9%
Schenker XMG A706
GeForce GTX 960M, 6700HQ, Samsung SSD 850 EVO M.2 250 GB
149 Points ∼77% +13%
CPU Multi 64Bit (sort by value)
Acer Aspire VN7-572G-72L0
GeForce GTX 950M, 6500U, Lite-On CV1-8B128
329 Points ∼18%
Acer Aspire V15 Nitro VN7-571G-574H
GeForce GTX 850M, 5200U, Seagate ST500LM000 Solid State Hybrid Drive
261 Points ∼14% -21%
Asus GL552JX-CN154H
GeForce GTX 950M, 4720HQ, Micron M600 MTFDDAV128MBF
669 Points ∼36% +103%
Asus N551JW-CN094H
GeForce GTX 960M, 4720HQ, Kingston SMSM151S3128GD
675 Points ∼36% +105%
MSI PE60-2QEi581
GeForce GTX 960M, 4210H, HGST Travelstar 7K1000 HTS721010A9E630
324 Points ∼17% -2%
Lenovo IdeaPad Y50-70 (59424712)
GeForce GTX 860M, 4710HQ, Samsung SSD PM851 512 GB MZ7TE512HMHP
506 Points ∼27% +54%
MSI GS70-6QE16H21
GeForce GTX 970M, 6700HQ, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256G8NU
633 Points ∼34% +92%
Schenker XMG A706
GeForce GTX 960M, 6700HQ, Samsung SSD 850 EVO M.2 250 GB
619 Points ∼33% +88%
Cinebench R10 Rendering Single 32Bit
4924
Cinebench R10 Rendering Multiple CPUs 32Bit
11050
Cinebench R11.5 CPU Single 64Bit
1.49 Points
Cinebench R11.5 CPU Multi 64Bit
3.63 Points
Cinebench R11.5 OpenGL 64Bit
38.73 fps
Cinebench R15 CPU Single 64Bit
132 Points
Cinebench R15 CPU Multi 64Bit
329 Points
Cinebench R15 OpenGL 64Bit
45.86 fps
Cinebench R15 Ref. Match 64Bit
99.6 %
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Discussion

System Performance

PCMark 7 and 8 show the application performance. PCMark 7 strongly benefits from an installed SSD. The few comparison devices with an HDD thus fall behind quite clearly compared with the SSD leaders (MSI PE60 and Acer VN7-571G). The laptops with standard voltage Haswell benefit from their stronger processing cores, but the leads of six to twelve percent (PCMark 8) are not something that the customer wants to spend a few hundred Euros extra for in any case.

PCMark 7
Productivity (sort by value)
Acer VN7-572G
GeForce GTX 950M, 6500U, Lite-On CV1-8B128
4303 Points ∼40%
Acer VN7-571G
GeForce GTX 850M, 5200U, Seagate ST500LM000 Solid State Hybrid Drive
2753 Points ∼25% -36%
Asus GL552JX
GeForce GTX 950M, 4720HQ, Micron M600 MTFDDAV128MBF
5180 Points ∼48% +20%
Asus N551JW
GeForce GTX 960M, 4720HQ, Kingston SMSM151S3128GD
4540 Points ∼42% +6%
MSI PE60
GeForce GTX 960M, 4210H, HGST Travelstar 7K1000 HTS721010A9E630
2014 Points ∼18% -53%
Lenovo Y50-70
GeForce GTX 860M, 4710HQ, Samsung SSD PM851 512 GB MZ7TE512HMHP
4934 Points ∼45% +15%
Score (sort by value)
Acer VN7-572G
GeForce GTX 950M, 6500U, Lite-On CV1-8B128
3624 Points ∼45%
Acer VN7-571G
GeForce GTX 850M, 5200U, Seagate ST500LM000 Solid State Hybrid Drive
3924 Points ∼49% +8%
Asus GL552JX
GeForce GTX 950M, 4720HQ, Micron M600 MTFDDAV128MBF
5829 Points ∼72% +61%
Asus N551JW
GeForce GTX 960M, 4720HQ, Kingston SMSM151S3128GD
4939 Points ∼61% +36%
MSI PE60
GeForce GTX 960M, 4210H, HGST Travelstar 7K1000 HTS721010A9E630
3275 Points ∼41% -10%
Lenovo Y50-70
GeForce GTX 860M, 4710HQ, Samsung SSD PM851 512 GB MZ7TE512HMHP
5238 Points ∼65% +45%
PCMark 8
Work Score Accelerated v2 (sort by value)
Acer VN7-572G
GeForce GTX 950M, 6500U, Lite-On CV1-8B128
4435 Points ∼68%
Acer VN7-571G
GeForce GTX 850M, 5200U, Seagate ST500LM000 Solid State Hybrid Drive
4028 Points ∼62% -9%
Asus GL552JX
GeForce GTX 950M, 4720HQ, Micron M600 MTFDDAV128MBF
4972 Points ∼76% +12%
MSI PE60
GeForce GTX 960M, 4210H, HGST Travelstar 7K1000 HTS721010A9E630
4169 Points ∼64% -6%
Home Score Accelerated v2 (sort by value)
Acer VN7-572G
GeForce GTX 950M, 6500U, Lite-On CV1-8B128
3447 Points ∼58%
Acer VN7-571G
GeForce GTX 850M, 5200U, Seagate ST500LM000 Solid State Hybrid Drive
3096 Points ∼52% -10%
Asus GL552JX
GeForce GTX 950M, 4720HQ, Micron M600 MTFDDAV128MBF
3637 Points ∼61% +6%
MSI PE60
GeForce GTX 960M, 4210H, HGST Travelstar 7K1000 HTS721010A9E630
3114 Points ∼52% -10%
PCMark 7 Score
3624 points
PCMark 8 Home Score Accelerated v2
3447 points
PCMark 8 Work Score Accelerated v2
4435 points
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Storage Device

Scores: LiteOn CV1-8B128 @serial ATA/600
Scores: LiteOn CV1-8B128 @serial ATA/600
Scores: Toshiba MQ01ABD100 @serial ATA
Scores: Toshiba MQ01ABD100 @serial ATA

The differences in the PCMarks are naturally not only due to the processor; the graphics card and single SSD models also have an impact. The LiteOn CV1-8B128 does not appear to be the fastest model despite the SATA 600 interface. The Micron SSD in the NV7-571G sets itself apart clearly in the chart. Particularly the unequally better 4K read/write rate strike the eye.

We also tested the hard drive. In the HDD comparison, read and write of large data blocks is quite fast, but it is sluggish when it comes to small random files. Good that Acer installed the OS on the SSD as the primary drive. Approximately 80 GB of storage is available in delivery state since Acer put the recovery partition on the SSD. Not a bad idea, actually; the hard drive can thus be replaced by an SATA SSD without problems.

Acer VN7-572G
GeForce GTX 950M, 6500U, Lite-On CV1-8B128
Acer VN7-571G
GeForce GTX 950M, 4720HQ, Micron M600 MTFDDAV128MBF
Asus GL552JX
GeForce GTX 960M, 4720HQ, Kingston SMSM151S3128GD
Asus N551JW
GeForce GTX 860M, 4710HQ, Samsung SSD PM851 512 GB MZ7TE512HMHP
AS SSD
137%
68%
103%
Access Time Write *
0.237
0.049
79%
0.122
49%
0.054
77%
Access Time Read *
0.241
0.079
67%
0.231
4%
0.082
66%
4K Write
20.13
91.11
353%
47.8
137%
62.5
210%
4K Read
9.83
29.5
200%
35.38
260%
22.69
131%
Seq Write
180.89
378.72
109%
123.22
-32%
414.84
129%
Seq Read
465.33
518.13
11%
411.44
-12%
495.01
6%
CrystalDiskMark 3.0
143%
51%
94%
Write 4k
27.86
106.2
281%
53.84
93%
68.62
146%
Read 4k
13.7
30.09
120%
31.26
128%
24.36
78%
Write Seq
178.2
455.2
155%
124.9
-30%
430.9
142%
Read Seq
435.3
506.9
16%
485.8
12%
480.1
10%
Total Average (Program / Settings)
140% / 139%
60% / 61%
99% / 100%

* ... smaller is better

Lite-On CV1-8B128
Sequential Read: 435.3 MB/s
Sequential Write: 178.2 MB/s
512K Read: 310 MB/s
512K Write: 167.8 MB/s
4K Read: 13.7 MB/s
4K Write: 27.86 MB/s
4K QD32 Read: 121.1 MB/s
4K QD32 Write: 74.82 MB/s

Graphics Card

Nvidia's GeForce GTX 950M is not new, but still a reference in the upper gaming mid-range. Technical specifications can be found in the data sheet. The 3DMark tests see the GTX 950M just above the older 850M, but this difference can be neglected.

3DMark
1280x720 Cloud Gate Standard Graphics (sort by value)
Acer VN7-572G
GeForce GTX 950M, 6500U, Lite-On CV1-8B128
20049 Points ∼12%
Acer VN7-571G
GeForce GTX 850M, 5200U, Seagate ST500LM000 Solid State Hybrid Drive
19662 Points ∼12% -2%
Acer VN7-591G
GeForce GTX 960M, 4720HQ, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256G8NU
27352 Points ∼17% +36%
Asus GL552JX
GeForce GTX 950M, 4720HQ, Micron M600 MTFDDAV128MBF
20550 Points ∼13% +2%
Asus N551JW
GeForce GTX 960M, 4720HQ, Kingston SMSM151S3128GD
30133 Points ∼18% +50%
MSI PE60
GeForce GTX 960M, 4210H, HGST Travelstar 7K1000 HTS721010A9E630
28308 Points ∼17% +41%
Lenovo Y50-70
GeForce GTX 860M, 4710HQ, Samsung SSD PM851 512 GB MZ7TE512HMHP
23224 Points ∼14% +16%
1280x720 Cloud Gate Standard Score (sort by value)
Acer VN7-572G
GeForce GTX 950M, 6500U, Lite-On CV1-8B128
9618 Points ∼19%
Acer VN7-571G
GeForce GTX 850M, 5200U, Seagate ST500LM000 Solid State Hybrid Drive
8783 Points ∼18% -9%
Acer VN7-591G
GeForce GTX 960M, 4720HQ, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256G8NU
16151 Points ∼33% +68%
Asus GL552JX
GeForce GTX 950M, 4720HQ, Micron M600 MTFDDAV128MBF
14081 Points ∼28% +46%
Asus N551JW
GeForce GTX 960M, 4720HQ, Kingston SMSM151S3128GD
15422 Points ∼31% +60%
MSI PE60
GeForce GTX 960M, 4210H, HGST Travelstar 7K1000 HTS721010A9E630
10596 Points ∼21% +10%
Lenovo Y50-70
GeForce GTX 860M, 4710HQ, Samsung SSD PM851 512 GB MZ7TE512HMHP
12435 Points ∼25% +29%
3DMark 06 Standard
17956 points
3DMark 11 Performance
4160 points
3DMark Ice Storm Standard Score
44588 points
3DMark Cloud Gate Standard Score
9618 points
3DMark Fire Strike Score
2722 points
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Gaming Performance

It will normally be possible to set high details and the maximum resolution in games. Despite the DDR3, the GTX 950M renders images swiftly. The GTX 960M (GDDR5) has a lead of 30 to almost 40% as can be seen based on "Evolve" from 2015. An HQ processor does not improve that.

Evolve - 1920x1080 High Graphics Quality AA:FX (sort by value)
Acer Aspire VN7-572G-72L0
GeForce GTX 950M, 6500U, Lite-On CV1-8B128
26 fps ∼13%
Acer Aspire VN7-591G-727P
GeForce GTX 960M, 4720HQ, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256G8NU
34.7 fps ∼17% +33%
Asus GL552JX-CN154H
GeForce GTX 950M, 4720HQ, Micron M600 MTFDDAV128MBF (ForceWare 353.62)
25.3 fps ∼13% -3%
MSI PE60-2QEi581
GeForce GTX 960M, 4210H, HGST Travelstar 7K1000 HTS721010A9E630
35.5 fps ∼18% +37%
Dirt Rally - 1920x1080 High Preset (sort by value)
Acer Aspire VN7-572G-72L0
GeForce GTX 950M, 6500U, Lite-On CV1-8B128
43.11 fps ∼24%
Asus GL552JX-CN154H
GeForce GTX 950M, 4720HQ, Micron M600 MTFDDAV128MBF
52.2 fps ∼29% +21%
Metal Gear Solid V - 1920x1080 High / On (sort by value)
Acer Aspire VN7-572G-72L0
GeForce GTX 950M, 6500U, Lite-On CV1-8B128
31 fps ∼52%
MSI GP72-2QEi781
GeForce GTX 950M, 5700HQ, WDC Scorpio Blue WD10JPVX-22JC3T0
37.5 fps ∼63% +21%
low med. high ultra
Evolve (2015) 48.72622.7fps
Dirt Rally (2015) 43.1121.12fps
Metal Gear Solid V (2015) 59.93122.2fps

Emissions

System Noise

We have taken a liking to the low noise production, and the fan characteristic is also consistent. It is inactive in idle mode, and our instrument only records the hard drive's noise. Although it is quite loud with almost 33 dB(A), it is disabled quite fast when not in use.

The level climbs to an acceptable 41 dB(A), which will be the normal case in games. Only the stress test provoked a noisy 48 dB(A). However, normal use will unlikely cause such a high and long-term load on graphics card and processor. Performing only the FurMark GPU stress test also only produced a relatively moderate 41 dB(A).

Acer VN7-572G
GeForce GTX 950M, 6500U, Lite-On CV1-8B128
Acer VN7-571G
GeForce GTX 850M, 5200U, Seagate ST500LM000 Solid State Hybrid Drive
Asus GL552JX
GeForce GTX 950M, 4720HQ, Micron M600 MTFDDAV128MBF
Asus N551JW
GeForce GTX 960M, 4720HQ, Kingston SMSM151S3128GD
MSI PE60
GeForce GTX 960M, 4210H, HGST Travelstar 7K1000 HTS721010A9E630
Lenovo Y50-70
GeForce GTX 860M, 4710HQ, Samsung SSD PM851 512 GB MZ7TE512HMHP
Noise
3%
6%
1%
-4%
6%
Idle Minimum *
29.6
31.9
-8%
30
-1%
31.6
-7%
32.8
-11%
28.2
5%
Idle Average *
32.1
31.9
1%
30
7%
31.6
2%
32.8
-2%
28.2
12%
Idle Maximum *
32.8
32.2
2%
31.3
5%
31.6
4%
35.4
-8%
29.2
11%
Load Average *
41.4
37
11%
36.9
11%
41.2
-0%
42.3
-2%
41.3
-0%
Load Maximum *
48.4
43.3
11%
44.7
8%
44.7
8%
47.4
2%
48.2
-0%

* ... smaller is better

Noise Level

Idle
29.6 / 32.1 / 32.8 dB(A)
HDD
32.8 dB(A)
DVD
40.5 / dB(A)
Load
41.4 / 48.4 dB(A)
 
 
 
30 dB
silent
40 dB(A)
audible
50 dB(A)
loud
 
min: dark, med: mid, max: light   Voltcraft sl-320 (15 cm distance)

Temperature

Stress test Prime95+Furmark 2 h @2.5 GHz at 91 degrees Celsius
Stress test Prime95+Furmark 2 h @2.5 GHz at 91 degrees Celsius

We use the stress test to find out how the cooling deals with an extreme situation. Users may assume crash-free operation even in mid-summer when it does not show issues here. 91 degrees Celsius (195.8 Fahrenheit) is the maximum temperature, fortunately not on the casing, but on the processor (sensors). That already surpasses temperature limits and Acer throttles the clock to 2.5 GHz via temp tables. Prime95 alone clocked at 2.9 GHz, i.e. good utilization of its multi-core Turbo. The stress test thermals did not have an impact on the subsequently performed benchmarks. The CPU increased its clock from 2.9 to 3.9 GHz within seconds again. The 45-watt V 15 Nitro (Black Edition) sports two fans, and thus cannot be compared with the present 15-watt Nitro.

Acer VN7-572G
GeForce GTX 950M, 6500U, Lite-On CV1-8B128
Acer VN7-571G
GeForce GTX 850M, 5200U, Seagate ST500LM000 Solid State Hybrid Drive
Asus GL552JX
GeForce GTX 950M, 4720HQ, Micron M600 MTFDDAV128MBF
Asus N551JW
GeForce GTX 960M, 4720HQ, Kingston SMSM151S3128GD
MSI PE60
GeForce GTX 960M, 4210H, HGST Travelstar 7K1000 HTS721010A9E630
Lenovo Y50-70
GeForce GTX 860M, 4710HQ, Samsung SSD PM851 512 GB MZ7TE512HMHP
Heat
5%
-5%
12%
-10%
-23%
Maximum Upper Side *
48.4
48.2
-0%
46.3
4%
38.3
21%
45.5
6%
59
-22%
Maximum Bottom *
46
39.5
14%
41.5
10%
39.1
15%
37.5
18%
61.3
-33%
Idle Upper Side *
28.9
28.3
2%
33.6
-16%
27.7
4%
35.8
-24%
34.7
-20%
Idle Bottom *
27.9
27
3%
32.7
-17%
26.3
6%
38.7
-39%
32.2
-15%

* ... smaller is better

Max. Load
 28.1 °C48.4 °C44 °C 
 23.8 °C35.5 °C38.5 °C 
 21.7 °C21.7 °C28.6 °C 
Maximum: 48.4 °C
Average: 32.3 °C
43.9 °C46 °C32.2 °C
37.3 °C34.8 °C23.7 °C
28 °C23.7 °C22.1 °C
Maximum: 46 °C
Average: 32.4 °C
Power Supply (max.)  48.7 °C | Room Temperature 21.7 °C | FIRT 550-Pocket

Speakers

Speaker openings on the underside
Speaker openings on the underside
2 drivers under each opening
2 drivers under each opening

Acer installs a total of four speakers and two woofers in its V 15 Nitro. That leads to a differentiated sound in games and music, and low pitches are rendered just like trebles. A subwoofer could have improved that even more, but this sound is first rate in the comparison of multimedia laptops. Consequently, we give a very good partial rating in audio.

The microphone also has a part in that. The audio recordings let the tester prick up his ears because we have rarely achieved such a clear, noise-free voice recording with a laptop. The dual-array microphone is on the webcam's left (two small openings), and records speech impeccably without any additional fine-tuning - regardless whether the speaker sits almost a meter (~3 feet) away from the Nitro 15 or runs around the room at a distance of 2-3 meters (~6-10 feet). The volume did not decrease very much even when facing a window and the recording remains noise-free.

Energy Management

The 90 watt power supply ...
The 90 watt power supply ...
... is needed for the maximum consumption of 81 watts without charging.
... is needed for the maximum consumption of 81 watts without charging.

Power Consumption

The Skylake power consumption only differs insignificantly from the Broadwell model; two watts difference when idle is little advantage. The 45-watt models consume a bit more power when idle, although MSI's PE60 and Lenovo's Y50-70 are not outstanding. Asus' GL552JX is exemplary, as it drains as little power from the outlet as our ULV review sample. The power consumption increases notably under load. The biggest differences to standard voltage are found here.

Acer VN7-572G
GeForce GTX 950M, 6500U, Lite-On CV1-8B128
Acer VN7-571G
GeForce GTX 850M, 5200U, Seagate ST500LM000 Solid State Hybrid Drive
Asus GL552JX
GeForce GTX 950M, 4720HQ, Micron M600 MTFDDAV128MBF
Asus N551JW
GeForce GTX 960M, 4720HQ, Kingston SMSM151S3128GD
MSI PE60
GeForce GTX 960M, 4210H, HGST Travelstar 7K1000 HTS721010A9E630
Lenovo Y50-70
GeForce GTX 860M, 4710HQ, Samsung SSD PM851 512 GB MZ7TE512HMHP
Power Consumption
-5%
-20%
-35%
-148%
-63%
Idle Minimum *
5.2
5.4
-4%
6.2
-19%
7.4
-42%
21.8
-319%
10.7
-106%
Idle Average *
9.4
11.5
-22%
10.3
-10%
11.9
-27%
26.1
-178%
14.7
-56%
Idle Maximum *
10.8
12.8
-19%
12.2
-13%
13.8
-28%
26.6
-146%
18.2
-69%
Load Average *
60
48.6
19%
77
-28%
95.9
-60%
88.5
-48%
85.1
-42%
Load Maximum *
80.9
79.8
1%
105
-30%
93.7
-16%
119.7
-48%
114.3
-41%

* ... smaller is better

Power Consumption
Off / Standbydarklight / 0.3 Watt
Idledarkmidlight 5.2 / 9.4 / 10.8 Watt
Load midlight 60 / 80.9 Watt
 color bar
Key: min: dark, med: mid, max: light        Voltcraft VC 960

Battery Runtime

Unfortunately, the review sample's 52.5 Wh battery no longer achieves the brilliant 7:30 hours of runtime (Wi-Fi test) of the VN7-571G (52 Wh). We could not really discover a reason for that - both batteries have the same capacity and the idle power consumption does not differ significantly from the predecessor. Only 10 watts more are needed under low loads. The predecessor’s better battery life is also evident in load, and thus we can exclude a measurement error. The idle runtimes are barely different.

Acer VN7-572G
52 Wh
Acer VN7-571G
52 Wh
Asus GL552JX
48 Wh
Asus N551JW
56 Wh
MSI PE60
42 Wh
Battery Runtime
22%
-41%
-31%
-45%
Reader / Idle
761
797
5%
223
-71%
345
-55%
Load
118
161
36%
100
-15%
85
-28%
WiFi
WiFi v1.3
359
448
25%
221
-38%
246
-31%
168
-53%
Battery Runtime
Idle (without WLAN, min brightness)
12h 41min
WiFi Surfing v1.3
5h 59min
Load (maximum brightness)
1h 58min

Pro

+ quiet in routine use
+ swift SSD & HDD combo
+ matte, high-contrast IPS screen
+ gaming suitable up to Full HD
+ very good speaker sound
+ excellent microphone
+ very good input devices
+ keyboard backlight
+ thermals and performance
+ casing in appropriate quality

Cons

- difficult yet possible maintenance/upgrade
- poor webcam quality
- no USB Type C with version 3.1
- latency and response times

Verdict

In review: Acer Aspire VN7-572G-72L0. Test model courtesy of Acer Germany
In review: Acer Aspire VN7-572G-72L0. Test model courtesy of Acer Germany

Acer seamlessly continues its successful multimedia (or gaming) lineup that debuted late 2014 with its Aspire VN7-572G. The virtues of the first generation (Haswell, Broadwell) have been maintained - except for the battery life. The Soft Touch plastic chassis and the four speakers remain just as the backlit keyboard suitable even for prolific writers. USB Type C is new, but it only achieves 3.0 speeds for the lack of a 3.1 controller on the part of Skylake. Acer naturally leaves the very good non-glare IPS screen untouched, and it again has very good qualities.

The Skylake SoC performance is slightly higher than Broadwell, but also much lower than the Haswell/Skylake 45-watt models. Deciding between the Black Edition with an i7-6700HQ or the standard Nitro with a 15-watt 6500U is not as much a question about system performance. That is roughly on par. First specialized applications that need multiple threads/processing cores, such as some games, will runs notably faster on the Black Edition.

The Aspire V 15 Nitro is a well-composed bundle of technical high performance and build. The drawbacks are rather negligible.

Acer Aspire VN7-572G-72L0 - 12/09/2016 v6
Sebastian Jentsch

Chassis
83 / 98 → 85%
Keyboard
86%
Pointing Device
83%
Connectivity
52 / 81 → 64%
Weight
61 / 67 → 87%
Battery
88%
Display
89%
Games Performance
73 / 85 → 86%
Application Performance
81 / 92 → 88%
Temperature
90%
Noise
81 / 95 → 85%
Audio
88%
Camera
38 / 85 → 44%
Average
76%
85%
Multimedia - Weighted Average

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