ASUS ROG G752VT Gaming Laptop Review: G-Sync And Skylake United

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G752VT Performance: Hitman, Metro And Mordor

As 47, a killer for the International Contract Agency (ICA), you have a very dangerous, but action-packed life. The Hitman franchise has been winning praise from critics throughout multiple games, of which Hitman: Absolution is the latest. When running this game’s benchmark, we set AA to 4X and pump the Quality Level settings to Ultra, making for a grueling gaming test.

Hitman: Absolution
DirectX 11 Gaming Performance
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ASUS G752VT Hitman Absolution

The G752VT tops 40 FPS on average and over 30 FPS when looking at the minimum in Hitman: Absolution. As with our other gaming benchmarks, it's another strong showing, albeit the Core i7-6700HQ isn't specifically paying dividends.

Metro: Last Light
DirectX 11 Gaming Performance
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ASUS G752VT Metro Last Light

With the visual quality settings cranked up, Metro: Last Light doesn't take it easy on systems and can expose under-powered setups mislabeled as gaming machines. In this case, the G752VT was up to the task, though for a little more breathing room, you might considering a higher end SKU with a GTX 980M GPU.

Monolith’s surprisingly fun Orc-slaying title delivers a ton of visual fidelity even at the lowest quality settings. So, to maximize eye candy while also heavily taxing the cards, we ran the game's built in benchmark with its Ultra quality settings at a couple of resolutions, topping out at 2560x1440 on these mainstream cards... 

Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor Performance
Glorious Orc-Slaying Vengeance

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Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor

ASUS G752VT Shadow of Mordor

We're in the process of updating some of our benchmarks, Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor being one of them. While we work to run more systems through the new benchmarks for comparison, we felt it would be relevant to show how the ASUS G752VT-DH72 handles this game at different resolutions.

Mordor is a bit funky in which resolutions it lets you select, hence the oddball selection of 1534x864 and 1280x720. Even so, we can see the G752VT cruise along comfortably all the way up to its native res, where it posted an average of more than 50 frames per second. Just as impressive is the laptop's ability to stay above 50 fps during graphically intensive scenes.


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