PC Specialist Vortex IV X780 Laptop Review

3D Mark

PC Specialist Vortex IV X780 Laptop Review

3D Mark

Both the Valkyrie and the MSI Dragon had a GTX675M GPU, and we can see how much of a difference the Kepler architecture makes in 3D Mark. The Vortex IV X780 has enormous 3D performance whether we're running at the low resolution performance tests or the more realistic 1920x1080 Extreme presets. The clear demonstration of how much power is available to the GTX780M is to be seen in the difference with the Ice Storm results. Ice Storm is about 100000 points shy of the better scores we've seen, yet as we move through the tests the gap between the highest desktop results and what we see here, lessens considerably. Sure a mobile GPU will never match an equivalent desktop one, but it's not bad by any means.

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23-09-2013, 07:58:45

Wish I could afford to buy a gaming laptop as well, personally whilst not the wisest choice, and if upgraded certainly not the cheapest I'd get an Alienware. Just more aesthetically pleasing. This looks really really plain, I don't know how everyone else feels about stickers on laptops but I like them and I'd like them on this if I owned one. Just so passers by don't mistake it for an office laptop!Quote

23-09-2013, 08:01:30

I'm all about stealthy gaming laptops, I once dremt of turning my old lenovo thinkpad into a beast. It does look cheap but with laptops being much easier to steal it'd be a great laptop to take to a LAN as people would much rather take something with flashing lights etc over this.Quote

23-09-2013, 08:14:55

When it comes to gaming notebooks I think how cool they run is the most important.

I might have missed it if it was there but if not...I'd love to see some temps when running those games and when surfing the web. 100% load isnt really relevant tho.Quote

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