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ASUS RoG GL552V 15.6″ Gaming Notebook Review

Gaming Performance


Grand Theft Auto 5

GTA V is seriously demanding on any system, and we don’t go particularly easy with our graphics presets. We were able to get 42FPS in most scenarios and a few ran through at 60 easily enough. Bump down those texture settings a little and dial back the shadows, you’ll have no trouble hitting the 60FPS target here.

Metro Last Light

Metro really made the system struggle, not even making 30FPS, but again, you could pick this up by dropping the quality, but if you’re wanting to max out a game like this, a GTX960M isn’t going to cut it.

Tomb Raider

Tomb Raider ran beautifully on the GTX960M setup, giving results over 60FPS for smooth gameplay at the 1080P resolution, even at the ultra graphics preset.

Bioshock Infinite

Another great result here, perfectly smooth gameplay even with the graphics dialed right up. Of course, it only has to run at 1080P on this system, so that’s certainly making the benchmarks a lot easier on the system.

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