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Battlefield 1 Notebook and Desktop Benchmarks

Florian Glaser (translated by Andreas Osthoff), 10/31/2016

Great visuals. Battlefield once again shows how nice a video game can look nowadays. We will find out what that means for the system requirements for notebooks as well as desktop systems.

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Graphics

That the new title from the extremely popular shooter-series will be a success was already a sure thing after the Beta version. The final product can almost meet the high expectations completely, both in terms of gameplay as well as graphics.

Developer DICE further optimized the Frostbite 3 Engine, which is used for numerous games from EA (like FIFA 17Mirror's Edge CatalystNeed for Speed 2016 & Dragon Age Inquisition). Together with the CryEngine 4, id Tech 6, and Unreal Engine 3, it is among the best graphics engines on the market right now. Even the great-looking Star Wars Battlefront from last year is beaten in terms of visual quality.

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One of the biggest advantages of the Frostbite 3 engine is the enormous amount of details. You will not find similarly crisp textures in many titles, and the same applies for the level design. There are a lot of decoration objects like stones and bushes all the way up to debris on the extremely good-looking and diverse battlefields from World War I. The result is a great atmosphere supported by first-class effects. It does not matter if you have smoke, rain or mud: Battlefield 1 is always up to date and can even set new benchmarks.

Other highlights are the lush drawing distance and the physics simulation. Contrary to the majority of action titles, trees, fences and walls are not insurmountable obstacles. Houses can be destroyed as well, which does create some tactical possibilities. The spectacle is accompanied by a brilliant sound. Besides the music tracks, the effects (shooting sound, explosions, etc.) are impeccable.

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The single-player mode will probably create diverge opinions. The idea with the War Stories is quite interesting and promising, especially since every mission is introduced by creative videos, but the final result still feels pretty "casual". In the end – as per usual for this genre – you basically shoot your way through pretty dumb hordes of enemies, and the staging of Battlefield 1 usually falls a bit short of Call of Duty. However, the missions are a perfect preparation for the multiplayer. Players not only get used to the rudimentary sneaking system, but they also learn to control vehicles and planes.

We were not completely disappointed by the campaign. The great visual and sound quality can compensate for several gameplay and story drawbacks pretty well. Contrary to Call of Duty, we also like the slightly darker setting, which takes the war scenario a bit more seriously than some rivals and tries to avoid the glorification of violence or its minimization, respectively (you can decide whether this is a success). Subjectively, however, Battlefield 1 is not as much of a shooting gallery.

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You can hardly criticize the developers from a technological point of view. The Video menu, which is also accessible when you are playing, offers a lot of settings for experienced users. DICE divided the options into two tabs to make it easier. It starts with the Basic menu, where you can adjust the picture mode, resolution, brightness, V-Sync, drawing distance, Motion Blur and the Blur effects. Color-blind users get settings here as well.

Most settings are available in the Advanced menu, which also takes care of the DirectX mode (more on that later), the size of the HUD and the general graphics quality. If you do not like to tinker around, there are also four presets (Low, Medium, High & Ultra). Available anti-aliasing modes are FXAA and TAA. While the former does not fully eliminate aliasing and does create a certain blurriness, the latter works very well. Great: Changes are usually applied without a restart.

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Although the visual quality of Battlefield 1 suffers significantly at the lowest settings and there will be pop-ups as well as flickering objects, the game is not ugly by any means. We would call the visual quality good with the Medium preset, and very good with the High preset. There are no noteworthy differences in terms of quality or performance between High and Ultra settings. The frame rate is always capped at 200 frames per second by the way, independent of the V-Sync setting.

But back to the graphics menu: The point GPU Memory Restriction, which has a look at the VRAM load and automatically reduces details if necessary, was deactivated for our benchmarks. Resolution Scale on the other hand, which allows down- or up-sampling, respectively, was at 100%.

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We did not have any problems with crashes, bugs or severe graphics errors during the tests, but we did notice some minor issues during the benchmarks:

  • Battlefield 1 often launched in a window instead of full-screen mode at the first start
  • the loading times are not very short even with SSDs
  • returning to the desktop often takes quite some time when you exit the game
  • there can be stutters during the videos on some systems

All things considered, the engine leaves a very clean and sophisticated impression. Some other games from 2015 and 2016 can only dream of this (like Mafia 3HitmanJust Cause 3 & Batman Arkham Knight).

Benchmark

In order to get steady numbers, we use a sequence from the single-player mode for our benchmarks. The player drives a British Mark V tank through France, which is shocked by trench warfare, in the first part of the campaign mission "Through Mud and Blood".

Thanks to the identical run and the representative performance, the beginning is perfect for performance evaluations. The tank follows the path automatically for the first 30 seconds until it stops at a provisional wood bridge. Your system should be capable of at least 40 frames per second since this is a first-person action title.

Results

Despite the modern engine, the hardware requirements are pretty moderate. You will be well prepared for World War I unless your system only uses a weak low-end chip like the GeForce GT 720M or an HD Graphics model from the Intel processors. A mainstream GPU like the GeForce 940M has no problems with Very Low details and 1280x720 pixels.

Ultra Preset
Ultra Preset
High Preset
High Preset
Medium Preset
Medium Preset
Low Preset
Low Preset
Ultra Preset
Ultra Preset
High Preset
High Preset
Medium Preset
Medium Preset
Low Preset
Low Preset

1920x1080 pixels and the Medium preset runs smoothly with at least a GeForce GTX 860M or GTX 950M, while High settings require a GeForce GTX 870M. We recommend a GeForce GTX 880MGTX 965M or better for a combination of FHD and the preset Ultra. Users of 4K monitors can enjoy Battlefield 1 with a high-end GPU like the GeForce GTX 980 or GTX 1060, respectively. Switching to Ultra details does not really affect the performance; our GTX 1080 desktop GPU only drops from 71 to 67 FPS. Similar to the majority of titles, the CPU is not very important and the frame rate in our tests was limited by the GPU most of the time.

Battlefield 1
    3840x2160 High Preset AA:T     1920x1080 Ultra Preset AA:T     1920x1080 High Preset AA:T     1920x1080 Medium Preset AA:FX     1366x768 Medium Preset AA:FX     1280x720 Low Preset
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 (Desktop), 4790K
Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Founders Edition
70.6 (min: 64) fps ∼68%
147 (min: 132) fps ∼93%
162 (min: 152) fps ∼96%
193 (min: 179) fps ∼98%
200 (min: 197) fps ∼100%
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 (Desktop), 4790K
MSI Gaming Z GeForce GTX 1070 OC Bios Desktop PC
57.1 (min: 49) fps ∼55%
122 (min: 106) fps ∼77%
139 (min: 129) fps ∼82%
195 (min: 184) fps ∼99%
200 (min: 197) fps ∼100%
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti, 4790K
Asus Strix GTX 980 Ti Desktop PC
55.1 (min: 51) fps ∼53%
115 (min: 104) fps ∼73%
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 (Laptop), 6820HK
Asus G752VS
50.9 (min: 43) fps ∼49%
118 (min: 102) fps ∼75%
128 (min: 115) fps ∼76%
162 (min: 140) fps ∼100%
167 (min: 157) fps ∼85%
186 (min: 177) fps ∼93%
AMD Radeon R9 Fury, 4790K
XFX Radeon R9 Fury Pro
46.6 (min: 41) fps ∼45%
102 (min: 79) fps ∼65%
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980, 6700K
Desktop PC
39.2 (min: 33) fps ∼38%
96.9 (min: 86) fps ∼61%
105 (min: 95) fps ∼62%
145 (min: 137) fps ∼90%
194 (min: 180) fps ∼99%
199 (min: 192) fps ∼100%
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 (Desktop), 6700K
Desktop PC
39.2 (min: 34) fps ∼38%
94.6 (min: 82) fps ∼60%
104 (min: 95) fps ∼62%
143 (min: 134) fps ∼88%
196 (min: 183) fps ∼100%
199 (min: 196) fps ∼100%
AMD Radeon RX 480 (Desktop), 4790K
AMD Radeon RX 480 8 GB Reference
38.1 (min: 33) fps ∼37%
89.4 (min: 76) fps ∼57%
88.5 (min: 72) fps ∼56%
99 (min: 86) fps ∼59%
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970, 4790K
MSI Gaming Z GeForce GTX 970 Desktop PC
37.5 (min: 33) fps ∼36%
87 (min: 78) fps ∼55%
AMD Radeon RX 470 (Desktop), 4790K
MSI RX 470 Gaming X 4GB
35.2 (min: 29) fps ∼34%
83 (min: 73) fps ∼53%
92 (min: 83) fps ∼54%
AMD Radeon R9 290X, 4790K
Sapphire Radeon R9 290X Tri-X OC
96 (min: 85) fps ∼61%
39.7 (min: 35) fps ∼23%
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980M, 4700MQ
Schenker W504
29.1 (min: 24) fps ∼28%
69.8 (min: 59) fps ∼44%
77.4 (min: 69) fps ∼46%
102 (min: 92) fps ∼63%
124 (min: 112) fps ∼63%
138 (min: 116) fps ∼69%
AMD Radeon R9 280X, 4790K
Asus Z97 Deluxe Desktop i7-4790K, R9 280X
17 (min: 3) fps ∼16%
60.2 (min: 52) fps ∼38%
66.7 (min: 60) fps ∼39%
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970M, 4700MQ
Schenker W504
22.7 (min: 19) fps ∼22%
55.4 (min: 47) fps ∼35%
58.3 (min: 53) fps ∼34%
84.8 (min: 77) fps ∼52%
122 (min: 115) fps ∼62%
142 (min: 121) fps ∼71%
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 965M, 6700HQ
MSI GE72 965M Ti
17 (min: 14) fps ∼16%
42.5 (min: 36) fps ∼27%
51.4 (min: 46) fps ∼30%
67.3 (min: 61) fps ∼42%
104 (min: 96) fps ∼53%
130 (min: 116) fps ∼65%
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 880M, 4700MQ
Schenker W504
15 (min: 12) fps ∼14%
44 (min: 38) fps ∼28%
45.5 (min: 41) fps ∼27%
65 (min: 57) fps ∼40%
93.8 (min: 87) fps ∼48%
140 (min: 131) fps ∼70%
AMD Radeon R7 370, 4790K
MSI Gaming R7 370 2GB
3.3 (min: 2) fps ∼3%
40.1 (min: 34) fps ∼25%
42.6 (min: 36) fps ∼25%
82 (min: 76) fps ∼42%
AMD Radeon RX 460 (Desktop), 4790K
XFX RX-460P4DFG5 Double Dissipation 4 GB
18.8 (min: 16) fps ∼18%
46.6 (min: 38) fps ∼29%
51 (min: 44) fps ∼30%
107 (min: 93) fps ∼55%
161 (min: 141) fps ∼81%
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 870M, 4700MQ
Schenker W504
14.4 (min: 11) fps ∼14%
37 (min: 30) fps ∼23%
41.2 (min: 34) fps ∼24%
57.8 (min: 51) fps ∼36%
88.4 (min: 79) fps ∼45%
129 (min: 116) fps ∼65%
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M, 4720HQ
Schenker XMG A505
12.8 (min: 11) fps ∼12%
33.9 (min: 28) fps ∼21%
37.4 (min: 33) fps ∼22%
52.9 (min: 48) fps ∼33%
84.4 (min: 78) fps ∼43%
129 (min: 118) fps ∼65%
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950M, 6700HQ
MSI PE60 2QD
11.9 (min: 10) fps ∼11%
30.2 (min: 26) fps ∼19%
34.3 (min: 31) fps ∼20%
46.4 (min: 43) fps ∼29%
75 (min: 69) fps ∼38%
97 (min: 92) fps ∼49%
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 860M, 4700MQ
Schenker W504
10.4 (min: 8) fps ∼10%
26.5 (min: 22) fps ∼17%
30 (min: 27) fps ∼18%
41.5 (min: 36) fps ∼26%
66.7 (min: 57) fps ∼34%
104 (min: 96) fps ∼52%
NVIDIA GeForce 940MX, 6700HQ
MSI CX72 6QD
15.6 (min: 14) fps ∼9%
31.7 (min: 30) fps ∼16%
50.6 (min: 48) fps ∼25%
NVIDIA GeForce 940M, 5700HQ
MSI GP62 2QD
14.7 (min: 12) fps ∼9%
18.7 (min: 17) fps ∼12%
31.5 (min: 29) fps ∼16%
50.2 (min: 48) fps ∼25%
AMD Radeon R9 M280X, FX-7600P
Asus N551ZU-CN007H
22.3 (min: 18) fps ∼14%
24.7 (min: 22) fps ∼15%
30.1 (min: 22) fps ∼15%
37.8 (min: 35) fps ∼19%
NVIDIA GeForce 920M, 2970M
MSI CX61 2QC 2970M MS-16GD
23.9 (min: 21) fps ∼12%
30.1 (min: 21) fps ∼15%
NVIDIA GeForce GT 720M, 4200M
MSI CX61-i572M
7.3 fps ∼4%
15.8 fps ∼8%
24.8 fps ∼12%
Intel HD Graphics 4600, 4700MQ
Schenker W504
8.9 (min: 8) fps ∼5%
15 (min: 13) fps ∼8%
24.2 (min: 23) fps ∼12%

DirectX 12 vs. DirectX 11

Discussion

The DirectX 12 mode leaves mixed impressions. While AMD models often work well with the new Microsoft API, Nvidia chips struggle. GeForce users should also avoid DX 12 in Battlefield 1. Both the GTX 1060 as well as the GTX 960M delivered worse (repeatable) results compared to DX 11 (sometimes more than 10%). AMD's RX 480 on the other hand was slightly faster in DirectX 12 compared to DirectX 11 (benchmark sequence: +1 FPS @Ultra).

DirectX Performance GeForce GTX 1060 & Core i7-6700K GeForce GTX 960M & Core i7-4720HQ
FHD / High @DX 11 104 fps (min: 95) 37.4 fps (min: 33)
FHD / High @DX 12 92,3 fps (min: 79) 35.2 fps (min: 29)
FHD / Medium @DX 11 143 fps (min: 134) 52.9 fps (min: 48)
FHD / Medium @DX 12 123 fps (min: 112) 47.4 fps (min: 43)

Multiplayer vs. Singleplayer

There are no concerns for the multiplayer performance. We played three different multiplayer maps to check whether the benchmark sequence is representative. The tool Fraps recorded about 10 minutes of gameplay with the GeForce GTX 1060 in each case (1920x1080 pixels, maximum settings). The results were very similar to the single-player campaign.

Multiplayer Performance Notebookcheck Benchmark Sequence Argonne Forest Sinai Desert Quentin Scar
FHD / Ultra @GeForce GTX 1060 ~95 fps ~90 fps ~107 fps ~88 fps

Overview

Show Restrictions
Pos      Model                                     Battlefield 1
 Battlefield 1 (2016)
low
1280x720
Low Preset
med.
1366x768
Medium Preset
FXAA
high
1920x1080
High Preset
TAA
ultra
1920x1080
Ultra Preset
TAA
4k
3840x2160
High Preset
TAA
 1NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti (Desktop)
200
196
169
158
76.7
 2NVIDIA Titan X Pascal
175.9
156.8
138.2
124.9
104
 5NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 (Desktop)
200
193
162
147.52
70.652
 6NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 (Laptop)
1523
1353
58.73
 8NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 (Desktop)
200
195
139
122
57.1
 9NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 (Laptop)
161.84
144.54
119.956
109.556
48.32
 11NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti
115
55.1
 13AMD Radeon R9 Fury
102
46.6
 15NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980
199
194
105
96.9
39.2
 21NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 (Desktop)
199
196
104
94.6
39.2
 23AMD Radeon RX 480 (Desktop)
99
88.952
38.1
 24NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 (Laptop)
116.43
96.65
77.48
73.258
29
 26NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970
87
37.5
 27AMD Radeon RX 470 (Desktop)
88.83
79.93
35.2
 32AMD Radeon R9 290X
39.7
96
 36AMD Radeon HD 8970M Crossfire
77.6
78.6
75.1
66.3
 39NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980M
138
124
77.4
69.8
29.1
 41AMD Radeon R9 280X
66.7
60.2
17
 44NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti (Notebook)
114.73
99.73
56.84
514
19.8
Pos      Model                                     Battlefield 1
lowmed.highultra4k
 45NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti (Desktop)
199
144
69
62.4
25.2
 46NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970M
142
122
58.3
55.4
22.7
 58NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 (Desktop)
113
42.6
39
13.9
 59NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 (Notebook)
121.43
101.73
49.93
44.43
 62AMD Radeon R7 370
82
42.6
40.1
3.3
 64NVIDIA GeForce GTX 880M
140
93.8
45.5
44
15
 69NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780M
82
39
34.5
 72AMD Radeon RX 460 (Desktop)
161
107
51
46.6
18.8
 74AMD Radeon HD 7870
52
44.7
 76NVIDIA GeForce GTX 965M
130
104
51.4
42.5
17
 77NVIDIA GeForce GTX 870M
129
88.4
41.2
37
14.4
 79AMD Radeon HD 8970M
149.3
99.9
53.4
50.1
 94NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M
129
84.4
37.4
33.9
12.8
 96*AMD Radeon Pro 460
132.6
40.9
35.4
 100*AMD Radeon Pro 455
109
28.9
25.3
 102NVIDIA GeForce GTX 860M
104
66.7
30
26.5
10.4
 110*AMD Radeon Pro 450
101
24.2
21.7
 111NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950M
97
75
34.3
30.2
11.9
 117AMD Radeon R9 M280X
37.8
30.1
24.7
22.3
 187NVIDIA GeForce 940MX
49.44
30.34
14.854
12.83
Pos      Model                                     Battlefield 1
lowmed.highultra4k
 189NVIDIA GeForce 940M
50.2
31.5
14.7
 190NVIDIA GeForce 930MX
45.5
29.7
13.4
12
 193AMD Radeon R7 M445
40
28
13
12
 204*AMD Radeon R7 (Bristol Ridge)
23.3
16.7
8.3
 211*Intel Iris Graphics 550
49.6
29.8
15.1
 215Intel Iris Graphics 540
43.4
25.3
12.6
 246AMD Radeon R7 (Kaveri)
13.9
 248*AMD Radeon R7 M460
30
20.6
10.1
 256AMD Radeon R8 M445DX
31.2
7.9
 257AMD Radeon R7 M440
31.8
22.7
9.6
9.6
 264NVIDIA GeForce 920M
30.1
23.9
 266Intel HD Graphics 630
33.8
19.6
 268Intel HD Graphics 530
29.7
18.3
7.5
 272AMD Radeon R5 (Bristol Ridge)
16.5
12.1
 274*Intel HD Graphics 620
30.252
17.2
8.2
 306Intel HD Graphics 5600
29.8
19.3
8.8
7.6
 341*AMD Radeon R5 M430
23.7
16.1
 343AMD Radeon R5 M255
27.4
20.1
9.3
 347Intel HD Graphics 520
30.1
15.7
7.3
6.5
 349NVIDIA GeForce GT 720M
24.8
15.8
7.3
Pos      Model                                     Battlefield 1
lowmed.highultra4k
 368Intel HD Graphics 4600
21.12
13.42
5.2
 373*Intel HD Graphics 615
13
9.1
 415Intel HD Graphics 4400
14.1
9
 463AMD Radeon R5 (Beema/Carrizo-L)
13.2
9.3
 524Intel HD Graphics (Haswell)
14.1
* Smaller values are better. / * Approximate position

 

Legend
5Stutters – This game is very likely to stutter and have poor frame rates. Based on all known benchmarks using the specified graphical settings, average frame rates are expected to fall below 25fps
May Stutter – This graphics card has not been explicitly tested on this game. Based on interpolated information from surrounding graphics cards of similar performance levels, stutters and poor frame rates are expected.
30Fluent – Based on all known benchmarks using the specified graphical settings, this game should run at or above 25fps
40Fluent – Based on all known benchmarks using the specified graphical settings, this game should run at or above 35fps
May Run Fluently – This graphics card has not been explicitly tested on this game. Based on interpolated information from surrounding graphics cards of similar performance levels, fluent frame rates are expected.
123Uncertain – This graphics card experienced unexpected performance issues during testing for this game. A slower card may be able to achieve better and more consistent frame rates than this particular GPU running the same benchmark scene.
Uncertain – This graphics card has not been explicitly tested on this game and no reliable interpolation can be made based on the performances of surrounding cards of the same class or family.
The value in the fields displays the average frame rate of all values in the database. Move your cursor over the value to see individual results.

Test Systems

Desktop-PCs Custom Nvidia Custom AMD
Mainboard Asus Z170-A Asus Z97-Deluxe
Processor Intel Core i7-6700K (Skylake) Intel Core i7-4790K (Haswell)
GPU Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 (6 GB GDDR5)
Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 (4 GB GDDR5)
Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 (8 GB GDDR5X)
Asus GeForce GTX 980 Ti (6 GB GDDR5)
XFX Radeon R9 Fury (4 GB HBM)
Sapphire Radeon R9 290X (4 GB GDDR5)
Sapphire Radeon R9 280X (3 GB GDDR5)
MSI Radeon R7 370 (2 GB GDDR5)
Memory 2 x 8 GB DDR4-2133 2 x 4 GB DDR3-1600
Storage Crucial MX100 SSD (256 GB)
Crucial M500 SSD (480 GB)
OCZ Trion 100 SSD (480 GB)
OCZ Trion 150 SSD (960 GB)
Intel SSD 530 (240 GB)
OCZ Trion 100 SSD (480 GB)
OS Windows 10 Pro 64-bit Windows 10 Home 64-bit
Schenker Notebooks Schenker W504 Schenker XMG A505 Schenker S413
Mainboard Intel HM87 Intel HM87 Intel HM87
Processor Intel Core i7-4700MQ (Haswell) Intel Core i7-4720HQ (Haswell) Intel Core i7-4750HQ (Haswell)
GPU Nvidia GeForce GTX 980M (8 GB GDDR5)
GTX 970M (6 GB GDDR5)
GTX 880M (8 GB GDDR5)
GTX 870M (6 GB GDDR5)
GTX 860M Kepler (4 GB GDDR5)
Nvidia GeForce GTX 960M (2 GB GDDR5) Intel Iris Pro Graphics 5200
Memory 2x 4 GB DDR3-1600 2x 4 GB DDR3-1600 2x 8 GB DDR3-1600
Storage Samsung SSD 840 EVO (250 GB) Micron M600 SSD (128 GB)
HGST Travelstar 7K1000 HDD (1000 GB)
Intel SSD
OS Windows 10 Pro 64-bit Windows 10 Home 64-bit Windows 10 Home 64-bit
MSI Notebooks MSI GE72 MSI PE60 MSI GP62 MSI CX61 MSI CX61
Mainboard Intel HM170 Intel HM170 Intel HM86 Intel HM86 Intel HM86
Processor Intel Core i7-6700HQ (Skylake) Intel Core i7-6700HQ (Skylake) Intel Core i7-5700HQ (Broadwell) Intel Celeron 2970M (Haswell) Intel Core i5-4200M (Haswell)
GPU Nvidia GeForce GTX 965M 2016 (2 GB GDDR5) Nvidia GeForce GTX 950M (2 GB GDDR5) Nvidia GeForce 940M (2 GB DDR3) Nvidia GeForce 920M (2 GB DDR3) Nvidia GeForce GT 720M (2 GB DDR3)
Memory 1 x 8 GB DDR4-2133 2 x 4 GB DDR4-2133 1 x 8 GB DDR3-1600 1 x 8 GB DDR3-1600 1 x 8 GB DDR3-1600
Storage Toshiba THNSNJ128G8NU SSD (128 GB)
WDC WD10JPVX HDD (1000 GB)
OCZ Trion 100 SSD (480 GB)
Toshiba MQ01ABF050 HDD (500 GB) WDC Scorpio Blue HDD (1000 GB)
OS Windows 10 Home 64-bit Windows 10 Windows 10 Windows 10 Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
Asus Notebooks Asus G752VS Asus N551ZU
Mainboard Intel CM236 AMD K15.1
Processor Intel Core i7-6820HK (Skylake) AMD FX-7600P (Kaveri)
GPU Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 (8 GB GDDR5) AMD Radeon R9 M280X (4 GB GDDR5)
Memory 4 x 16 GB DDR4-2400 2 x 4 GB DDR3-1600
Storage Toshiba NVMe THNSN5512GPU7 SSD (512 GB) Samsung SSD 830 (256 GB)
OS Windows 10 Pro 64-bit Windows 10 64-bit
4K Monitor Nvidia driver AMD driver Intel driver
2 x Asus PB287Q ForceWare 375.57 Crimson 16.10.2 15.40.28.4501
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Florian Glaser, 2016-10-31 (Update: 2016-10-31)