Lenovo Erazer x510 Gaming PC Review

Metro Last Light Benchmarks

The next gaming test we used was 4A Games’ Metro: Last Light. The Metro franchise has established itself a post-apocalyptic, survival-horror shooter; Last Light continues this fine tradition, adding in refined combat mechanics and updating the visuals with the 4A Engine. Last Light on max settings is enough to light almost any rig on fire, so it makes for the ideal test of the Erazer x510’s performance. We tested the game using “Very High” presets and Motion Blur on.

Metro Last Light
DirectX 11 Gaming Performance

The results here were quite nice considering how hard this game is on a PC, with the x510 posting an average of 32.81 FPS and a minimum of 21. The score’s aren’t bad for a mid-tier gaming rig, but it won’t be playable at higher resolutions with the settings we used here.


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