iBuyPower Valkyrie CZ-17 Review

3D Mark and Gaming

iBuyPower Valkyrie CZ-17 Review

3D Mark

If 3D Mark is anything to go by, the GTX675M is a 6 series in name only, and closer to the GTX560 in actual performance. Gaming might be different though.

 

Gaming

So it is too. Remember this is 1920x1080 with maximum settings and maximum anti-aliasing, so realistically you'll get vastly improved scores just by lowering the settings a little to a level that befits the price-point of the Valkyrie. Still, nearly all of our titles are smooth and playable, with only Arkham City and Metro 2033 proving to be jerk-fests, and both of those are notorious for their poor optimisation. 

  

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Today we take a look at a gaming laptop from a US company, iBuyPower. How does it stack up?


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