New gaming notebook unveiled - AORUS X7

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  1. Cloudfire

    Cloudfire (Really odd person)

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    Maybe they had some SSAA and such enabled?
     
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    Depends on settings. But I can play 28 FPS with single 765m at Ultra 1080p. I still think there's something wrong with how SLI is configured whether drivers or otherwise. I hate it when details are omitted. It's like reading a review of a car that achive 180mph quickly... ooh, quickly, how quickly?
     
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    Drivers look up to date, but might be beta drivers. I noticed that the latest beta version on nVidia's site is 331.93, but the review model shows 331.97. couldn't find specific driver revisions though.

    Blame my lack of Chinese. but Google says he maxed settings.

    Couldn't find load temps, but the Speccy page shows a 12*C difference between GPUs. Would love know the expected load difference.
     
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    Even maxed, a single 765m can manage avg 28fps @ 1080p BF4. The SLI must not be enabled either by their oversight or a hardware issue (prototype).
     
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    I'm hoping this is the case because it would be very disappointing if that's all it can do in SLI.
     
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    The static benchmark numbers indicate SLI is working just fine, has to be a driver or other issue.
     
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    OK thanks, for the benefit of the 99.999% that don't read Chinese on these forums: Google Translate

    GPU benchmarks: 765m SLI // single 765m

    3dmark11: P7351 // P4354
    3dmark11: X2530 // X1492
    Street Fighter IV: 1080p 30020 pts 339.22 FPS // 300+FPS is overkill
    Resident Evil 6: 1080p 8583 pts // 7933 pts
    FFXIV: 1080p Medium 7107 pts // 4257 pts
    Dragon Quest (?): 1080p standard quality 12764 pts
    Heaven: 1080p ultra/extreme 699 pts 27.7 fps // 434 pts 17.2 fps
    Valley: 1080p ultra 1573 pts 37.6 fps // 957 pts 22.9 fps
    Battlefield 4 (single or multi?): 1080p "maximum" 28.1 fps // ~ 28 fps multiplayer
     
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    Looks about right for SLI.. It's not going to be 100% linear.

    I'm excited to see some real reviews from NBR or AnandTech..
     
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