Eurocom P5 Pro Review, Taking Devil's Canyon Mobile

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Performance: Batman: Arkham Origins and BioShock Infinite

Although benchmarks like PCMark and 3DMark are useful for getting a general view of a system’s capabilities, it's important to dive into game-specific benchmarks to see how the laptop handles popular titles.

Batman: Arkham Origins
DirectX 11 Gaming Performance
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The latest Batman title is a prequel that follows Batman as he develops his fighting techniques and persona as the Dark Knight. The game is built on a modified version of Epic’s Engine 3. We run the benchmark with high quality settings and FXAA.


The Eurocom P5 Pro crushed most of the systems in our comparison pool, but that’s to be expected, given the system’s heavy-duty graphics hardware. The Asus G751 provided slightly higher framerates.  We also tested the P5 Pro at 3840 x 2160. The notebooks’ average frames-per-second at its native resolution as 40, while its minimum was 28.

BioShock Infinite
DirectX 11 Gaming Performance
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Also based on Epic’s Unreal Engine 3, BioShock Infinite takes you (as former Pinkerton agent Booker DeWitt) to the mysterious, flying city of Columbia. You find yourself helping Elizabeth, who soon turns out to have unusual powers. The game is an FPS, but the storyline is as compelling as the battles and Bioshock infinite has won awards and praise for its story and art design.


Here, the P5 Pro and G751 proved to me more evenly matched. Eurcom’s notebook churned out an impressive 86.5 frames per second. At 3840 x 2160, the P5 Pro clocked a minimum fps of 8.04 and averaged 30.35.

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