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Mass Effect Andromeda Notebook and Desktop Benchmarks

Florian Glaser, 03/29/2017

Wooden effect. About five years after the last part of the Mass Effect trilogy, EA risks restarting its jam-packed narrative and extremely successful role-playing game series. As beautiful as the largest part of the graphics may be, the game unfortunately fails in one of the most important atmosphere-giving elements, namely body and face animations. Our benchmark-check primarily focuses on the performance with laptop and desktop GPUs.

Mass Effect Andromeda

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Technology

Unsurprisingly, EA uses its regular Frostbite engine for Andromeda, which is now in its third generation and had been created by the Battlefield developer DICE for its own multiplayer shooter. Other games developed by EA in the past few years, such as the football simulation FIFA 17, the parkour-game Mirror's Edge Catalyst, the action-racing game Need for Speed or the monumental RPG Dragon Age Inquisition, prove that the engine is impressive even outside of Battlefield.

Talking about Inquisition: Many fans initially feared that Mass Effect Andromeda would inherit the weaknesses of the last Dragon Age scion (above all, the vast amount of boring run-of-the-mill quests). As far as we can judge based on the first few hours of the game, Andromeda's staging is not as captivating as its predecessor in terms of story and characters. Although there is a lot to discover on the open-world planet surface, we would not describe the gameplay as extremely absorbing.

Mass Effect Andromeda
Mass Effect Andromeda
Mass Effect Andromeda
Mass Effect Andromeda
Mass Effect Andromeda
Mass Effect Andromeda

At least the battles have improved significantly. When disregarding the not very reliable ambient occlusion, many optimizations that contribute to the speed and strategic options become apparent. Thanks to the jet pack that the hero has from the beginning, controlling battles is smoother and are more fun - despite the stupid enemies and accompanying AI.

Thus, it is all the more aggravating that the animations, which make up a significant part of the game (keyword: dialogues), are unsatisfactory. In addition to the mimics and facial proportions, the running patterns are often unintentionally funny and look terribly outdated for a triple-A game from 2017. Thus, the somewhat exaggerated article title "Wooden effect".

Mass Effect Andromeda
Mass Effect Andromeda
Mass Effect Andromeda
Mass Effect Andromeda
Mass Effect Andromeda
Mass Effect Andromeda

Andromeda scores relatively well in the other categories. The wide, full of atmosphere areas created with an eye for detail usually stand out with sharp textures, 3D-like objects, and modern graphics gimmicks. In particular, the lighting, the shadows and the reflections at higher levels appealed to us. This brings us to the video and graphics settings that are divided into two menus (see screenshot below). The developers have conveniently integrated several presets so that the player does not have to adjust every setting individually.

While Andromeda does not look convincing in minimum settings due to vague textures, lack of reflections, pixelated shadows, and coarse outlines, the universe is well depicted from medium settings onward, although FXAA only smoothes the edges roughly. The high preset improves the looks considerably because the edges benefit from TAA and the plants and shrubs benefit from the ambient occlusion HBAO. The difference between high and ultra is limited. No wonder, as not all options have been exhausted in the highest level. Players who want to enjoy Andromeda in its full beauty will have to make adjustments manually.

Mass Effect Andromeda
Mass Effect Andromeda
Mass Effect Andromeda
Mass Effect Andromeda
Mass Effect Andromeda
Mass Effect Andromeda

We also had to make manual adjustments for our benchmarks because the game uses another resolution that is scaled up in low to high presets. Even more annoying: To disable the corresponding option (Resolution Scale Mode), the user first has to press ESC after selecting the presets, then return to the graphics menu, change the total quality to custom, and finally press ESC again. To make things even more complicated, Mass Effect asks for rebooting after selecting a specific setting.

At least the user does not face a torrent of videos at the start. The loading times are acceptable when an SSD is inside the system. Downloading requires a lot more patience. Almost 44 GB takes a long time even with a fast Internet connection (~ 2 hours @ VDSL 50).

Mass Effect Andromeda
Mass Effect Andromeda
Mass Effect Andromeda
Mass Effect Andromeda
Mass Effect Andromeda
Mass Effect Andromeda

But now back to the options menu: Techies will be pleased about the roughly 20 settings in the graphics tab. While the brightness, HUD safe zone, film grain, and chromatic aberration stand alone, the other items are dependent on the overall quality selection. Since Andromeda is participating in Nvidia's GameWorks program, the game supports diverse technical gimmicks, such as HBAO+.

Compared with the graphics menu, the video menu is considerably smaller. We performed all tests with disabled VSync and HDR. However, Triple Buffering was enabled. It is a bit too bad that not every setting is explained. We first had to search the Internet for hours to find out what the purpose of Framebuffer Format was. Switching from 32 to 64 bits and vice versa hardly had any effect if at all on performance (the benchmarks are based on Compressed). Crashes or major bugs did not occur in the tests.

Mass Effect Andromeda
Mass Effect Andromeda
Mass Effect Andromeda
Mass Effect Andromeda
Mass Effect Andromeda
Mass Effect Andromeda

Benchmarks

Finding a suitable benchmark sequence would actually have been fast. The tutorial planet in the first chapter is very demanding due to its dense vegetation, hovering stones, and blue thunderbolts, and it is perfect for speed measurements. Unfortunately, the (too lengthy) intro video cannot be stopped or saved in the course of the mission. Thus, we had to use the second planet that involved entering a campaign. Although Eos is covered by dry sand, the frame rate is roughly just as slow as on the entry planet.

The performance indoors and on spaceships was usually much better so that we could almost call it a worst-case scenario. As long as a system achieves over 35-40 FPS in the benchmark, the rest should be quite playable. As usual, the CPU is only secondary; the GPU is the limiting factor in most devices and/or settings.

Results

Owners of a 4K/UHD panel will need an extremely fast video accelerator for Andromeda. 3840x2160 pixels and the high preset require at least a GeForce GTX 1070 (desktop) or GTX 1080 (laptop). A cheaper or older gaming model is sufficient for the Full HD range, so 1920x1080 pixels. The ultra and high presets run decently on a GeForce GTX 980M and higher, and the medium preset starting with a GeForce GTX 965M.

Low preset
Low preset
Medium preset
Medium preset
High preset
High preset
Ultra preset
Ultra preset
Low preset
Low preset
Medium preset
Medium preset
High preset
High preset
Ultra preset
Ultra preset

For a mix of 1366x768 pixels and medium settings, we would recommend a GeForce GTX 950M or higher. Entry-level models like the GeForce 940MX or Intel's processor-integrated graphics chips are too weak for even minimum details and 1280x720 pixels.

Mass Effect Andromeda
    3840x2160 High Preset (Resolution Scale Mode off) AA:T     1920x1080 Ultra Preset (Resolution Scale Mode off) AA:T     1920x1080 High Preset (Resolution Scale Mode off) AA:T     1920x1080 Medium Preset (Resolution Scale Mode off) AA:FX     1366x768 Medium Preset (Resolution Scale Mode off) AA:FX     1280x720 Low Preset (Resolution Scale Mode off)
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti (Desktop), 4790K
Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition
53.4 (min: 48) fps ∼89%
95 (min: 80) fps ∼100%
102 (min: 86) fps ∼97%
125 (min: 95) fps ∼91%
144 (min: 111) fps ∼88%
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti (Desktop), 1800X
Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition Asus Crosshair VI Hero
54.6 (min: 48) fps ∼91%
94 (min: 82) fps ∼99%
100 (min: 78) fps ∼95%
124 (min: 99) fps ∼90%
140 (min: 112) fps ∼86%
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 (Desktop), 6700K
Desktop PC
44.7 (min: 41) fps ∼75%
94.9 (min: 74) fps ∼100%
105 (min: 80) fps ∼100%
138 (min: 113) fps ∼100%
148 (min: 119) fps ∼100%
163 (min: 133) fps ∼100%
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 (Desktop), 6700K
Desktop PC
36.6 (min: 33) fps ∼61%
72.9 (min: 57) fps ∼77%
89 (min: 74) fps ∼85%
126 (min: 92) fps ∼91%
145 (min: 120) fps ∼98%
163 (min: 131) fps ∼100%
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 (Laptop), 6820HK
Asus G752VS
32.8 (min: 29) fps ∼55%
74.3 (min: 65) fps ∼78%
81.2 (min: 71) fps ∼77%
114 (min: 92) fps ∼83%
122 (min: 100) fps ∼82%
141 (min: 109) fps ∼87%
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti, 4790K
Asus Strix GTX 980 Ti Desktop PC
32.5 (min: 30) fps ∼54%
70.3 (min: 61) fps ∼74%
76 (min: 66) fps ∼72%
AMD Radeon R9 Fury, 4790K
XFX Radeon R9 Fury Pro
27.2 (min: 20) fps ∼45%
51 (min: 32) fps ∼54%
59.9 (min: 49) fps ∼57%
AMD Radeon RX 480 (Desktop), 4790K
AMD Radeon RX 480 8 GB Reference
24.7 (min: 22) fps ∼41%
53.8 (min: 47) fps ∼57%
61.9 (min: 54) fps ∼59%
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980, 6700K
Desktop PC
24.2 (min: 22) fps ∼40%
55.8 (min: 50) fps ∼59%
63.3 (min: 56) fps ∼60%
93.9 (min: 80) fps ∼68%
131 (min: 95) fps ∼89%
160 (min: 132) fps ∼98%
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 (Desktop), 6700K
Desktop PC
23.9 (min: 22) fps ∼40%
54.6 (min: 48) fps ∼57%
61.1 (min: 55) fps ∼58%
92.6 (min: 84) fps ∼67%
129 (min: 92) fps ∼87%
162 (min: 132) fps ∼99%
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 (Laptop), 6820HK
MSI GT62VR
21.4 (min: 19) fps ∼36%
50.3 (min: 44) fps ∼53%
55.8 (min: 50) fps ∼53%
84 (min: 75) fps ∼61%
105 (min: 82) fps ∼71%
120 (min: 94) fps ∼74%
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970, 4790K
MSI Gaming Z GeForce GTX 970 Desktop PC
20.2 (min: 9) fps ∼34%
50.5 (min: 45) fps ∼53%
56.9 (min: 51) fps ∼54%
AMD Radeon RX 470 (Desktop), 4790K
MSI RX 470 Gaming X 4GB
22.6 (min: 20) fps ∼38%
50 (min: 44) fps ∼53%
57.8 (min: 50) fps ∼55%
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980M, 4700MQ
Schenker W504
17.1 (min: 14) fps ∼29%
38.8 (min: 26) fps ∼41%
40.3 (min: 29) fps ∼38%
67.1 (min: 59) fps ∼49%
77.3 (min: 67) fps ∼52%
81.6 (min: 69) fps ∼50%
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970M, 4700MQ
Schenker W504
13.4 (min: 9) fps ∼22%
31.4 (min: 21) fps ∼33%
32.9 (min: 24) fps ∼31%
50.7 (min: 36) fps ∼37%
76.1 (min: 65) fps ∼51%
80.6 (min: 67) fps ∼49%
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti (Desktop), 4790K
MSI GeForce GTX 1050 Ti
13.2 (min: 12) fps ∼22%
31.4 (min: 28) fps ∼33%
34.8 (min: 30) fps ∼33%
52.7 (min: 40) fps ∼38%
AMD Radeon R7 370, 4790K
MSI Gaming R7 370 2GB
25.4 (min: 22) fps ∼24%
43.7 (min: 33) fps ∼32%
91.5 (min: 78) fps ∼56%
AMD Radeon RX 460 (Desktop), 4790K
XFX RX-460P4DFG5 Double Dissipation 4 GB
11 (min: 10) fps ∼18%
26.3 (min: 23) fps ∼28%
29.3 (min: 13) fps ∼28%
47.9 (min: 44) fps ∼35%
108 (min: 90) fps ∼66%
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti (Notebook), 7700HQ
MSI GE72 7RE-046
23 (min: 18) fps ∼24%
27.9 (min: 23) fps ∼27%
50.2 (min: 42) fps ∼36%
105 (min: 88) fps ∼64%
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 (Notebook), 7700HQ
MSI GL62M 7RD-077
20.4 (min: 16) fps ∼21%
24.6 (min: 21) fps ∼23%
43.8 (min: 40) fps ∼32%
96 (min: 79) fps ∼59%
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 (Desktop), 4790K
Zotac GeForce GTX 1050 2GB
19.9 (min: 14) fps ∼21%
24.3 (min: 20) fps ∼23%
47.1 (min: 39) fps ∼34%
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 965M, 6700HQ
MSI GE72 965M Ti
23 (min: 18) fps ∼24%
27.3 (min: 23) fps ∼26%
45.5 (min: 41) fps ∼33%
82 fps ∼50%
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M, 4720HQ
Schenker XMG A505
3.7 (min: 2) fps ∼6%
15.2 (min: 8) fps ∼16%
19 (min: 16) fps ∼18%
31.9 (min: 28) fps ∼23%
46.9 (min: 41) fps ∼32%
68.7 (min: 56) fps ∼42%
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950M, 6700HQ
MSI PE60 2QD
13.3 (min: 9) fps ∼14%
15.5 (min: 13) fps ∼15%
26.3 (min: 23) fps ∼19%
39.5 (min: 32) fps ∼27%
58.2 (min: 46) fps ∼36%
NVIDIA GeForce 940MX, 6700HQ
MSI CX72 6QD
15.8 (min: 12) fps ∼11%
30 (min: 24) fps ∼18%
NVIDIA GeForce 940M, 5700HQ
MSI GP62 2QD
12.9 (min: 11) fps ∼9%
30.2 (min: 24) fps ∼19%
AMD Radeon R9 M280X, FX-7600P
Asus N551ZU-CN007H
25.2 (min: 18) fps ∼15%
NVIDIA GeForce 920M, 2970M
MSI CX61 2QC 2970M MS-16GD
fps ∼0%
Intel HD Graphics 4600, 4700MQ
Schenker W504
0 fps ∼0%
0 fps ∼0%

Overview

Show Restrictions
Pos      Model                                     Mass Effect Andromeda
 Mass Effect Andromeda (2017)
low
1280x720
Low Preset (Resolution Scale Mode off)
med.
1920x1080
Medium Preset (Resolution Scale Mode off)
FXAA
high
1920x1080
High Preset (Resolution Scale Mode off)
TAA
ultra
1920x1080
Ultra Preset (Resolution Scale Mode off)
TAA
4k
3840x2160
High Preset (Resolution Scale Mode off)
TAA
 1NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti (Desktop)
1422
124.52
1012
94.52
542
 2NVIDIA Titan X Pascal
102.7
90.3
74.1
71.8
49.7
 3NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 SLI (Laptop)
89
83.6
60
 5NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 (Desktop)
163
138
105
94.9
44.7
 7*NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Max-Q
81.4
73.2
35.1
 9NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 (Desktop)
163
126
89
72.9
36.6
 10NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 (Laptop)
141
114
79.454
71.64
32.22
 13NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti
76
70.3
32.5
 15AMD Radeon R9 Fury
59.9
51
27.2
 17NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980
160
93.9
63.3
55.8
24.2
 23NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 (Desktop)
162
92.6
61.1
54.6
23.9
 25AMD Radeon RX 480 (Desktop)
61.9
53.8
24.7
 27NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 (Laptop)
1212
84
51.94
46.94
21.4
 30NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970
56.9
50.5
20.2
 33AMD Radeon RX 470 (Desktop)
57.8
50
22.6
 45NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980M
81.6
67.1
40.3
38.8
17.1
 47AMD Radeon R9 280X
61
36.5
30.5
12
 50NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti (Notebook)
85.252
51.352
31.852
27.22
 51NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti (Desktop)
52.7
34.8
31.4
13.2
Pos      Model                                     Mass Effect Andromeda
lowmed.highultra4k
 52NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970M
80.6
50.7
32.9
31.4
13.4
 63NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 (Desktop)
47.1
24.3
19.9
 64NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 (Notebook)
85.852
42.652
25.52
22.22
 67AMD Radeon R7 370
91.5
43.7
25.4
 77AMD Radeon RX 460 (Desktop)
108
47.9
29.3
26.3
11
 81NVIDIA GeForce GTX 965M
82
45.5
27.3
23
 99NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M
68.7
31.9
19
15.2
3.7
 106NVIDIA GeForce GT 1030 (Desktop)
67.2
24.5
13
8.9
10.2
 107NVIDIA GeForce MX150 (Laptop GT 1030)
67.2
25.3
12.8
 111*AMD Radeon Pro 555
75
31.5
18.4
 123*AMD Radeon Pro 450
68.2
26.5
16.4
 124NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950M
58.2
26.3
15.5
13.3
 130AMD Radeon R9 M280X
25.2
 200NVIDIA GeForce 940MX
30.62
15.152
9.8
8.6
 202NVIDIA GeForce 940M
30.2
12.9
 225*Intel Iris Plus Graphics 650
25.8
10.5
 230Intel Iris Plus Graphics 640
20.4
 262AMD Radeon R7 (Kaveri)
7.2
 272AMD Radeon R8 M445DX
9.8
 282Intel HD Graphics 630
18.1
Pos      Model                                     Mass Effect Andromeda
lowmed.highultra4k
 284Intel HD Graphics 530
15.8
 322Intel HD Graphics 5600
17.1
 359AMD Radeon R5 M255
13.3
 365NVIDIA GeForce GT 720M
12.6
 384Intel HD Graphics 4600
5.82
 432Intel HD Graphics 4400
10
* 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 Platform I Platform II
Motherboard Asus Z170-A Asus Z97-Deluxe
Processor Intel Core i7-6700K (Skylake) Intel Core i7-4790K (Haswell)
Graphics Card MSI GeForce GTX 1080 (8 GB GDDR5X)
MSI GeForce GTX 1070 (8 GB GDDR5)
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)
Working Memory 2x 8 GB DDR4-2133 2x 4 GB DDR3-1600
Storage Device 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)
Operating System Windows 10 Pro 64 Bit Windows 10 Home 64 Bit
Schenker Notebooks Schenker W504 Schenker XMG A505 Schenker S413
Processor Intel Core i7-4700MQ (Haswell) Intel Core i7-4720HQ (Haswell) Intel Core i7-4750HQ (Haswell)
Graphics Card 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
Working Memory 2x 4 GB DDR3-1600 2x 4 GB DDR3-1600 2x 8 GB DDR3-1600
Storage Device Samsung SSD 840 EVO (250 GB) Micron M600 SSD (128 GB)
HGST Travelstar 7K1000 HDD (1000 GB)
Intel SSD
Operating System Windows 10 Pro 64 Bit Windows 10 Home 64 Bit Windows 10 Home 64 Bit
MSI Notebooks MSI GT62VR MSI GE72 MSI PE60 MSI GP62 MSI CX61 MSI CX61 MSI GE 72 7RE-046 MSI GL62 7RD
Processor Intel Core i7-6820HK (Skylake) Intel Core i7-6700HQ (Skylake) Intel Core i7-6700HQ (Skylake) Intel Core i7-5700HQ (Broadwell) Intel Celeron 2970M (Haswell) Intel Core i5-4200M (Haswell) Intel Core i7-7700HQ (Kaby Lake) Intel Core i7-7700HQ (Kaby Lake)
Graphics Card Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 (6 GB GDDR5) 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) Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050
Working Memory 4x 8 GB DDR4-2133 1x 8 GB DDR4-2133 2x 4 GB DDR4-2133 1x 8 GB DDR3-1600 1x 8 GB DDR3-1600 1x 8 GB DDR3-1600 2x 4 GB DDR4 2x 4 GB DDR4
Storage Device Samsung NVMe MZVPV128 SSD (128 GB) 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) Samsung SSD, Toshiba Trion 150 SSD Samsung SSD, Toshiba Trion 150 SSD
Operating System Windows 10 Pro 64 Bit Windows 10 Home 64 Bit Windows 10 Windows 10 Windows 10 Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit Windows 10 64 Bit Windows 10 64 Bit
Asus Notebooks Asus G752VS Asus N551ZU Asus ROG Strix GL753VD
Processor Intel Core i7-6820HK (Skylake) AMD FX-7600P (Kaveri) Intel Core i7-7700HQ
Graphics Card Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 (8-GB-GDDR5) AMD Radeon R9 M280X (4-GB-GDDR5) Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050
Working Memory 4x 16 GB DDR4-2400 2x 4 GB DDR3-1600 2x 8 GB DDR4
Storage Device Toshiba NVMe THNSN5512GPU7 SSD (512 GB) Samsung SSD 830 (256 GB) Micron SSD 1100 (256 GB)
Operating System Windows 10 Pro 64 Bit Windows 10 64 Bit Windows 10 64 Bit
4K Monitor Nvidia Driver AMD Driver Intel Driver
2 x Asus PB287Q ForceWare 378.92 Crimson 17.3.3 15.40.28.4501
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