Since we’ve recently revised the software we use, our old results are not comparable to this system. Don’t worry though, someone has to go first and today it’s the P56XT! With a score of 13320 in 3DMark, it’s certainly off to a great start, and that GTX 1070 packs quite a punch.
Another great score here, as the GTX 1070 scores about 3500 when paired with a desktop CPU, so 3304 is very good for a notebook.
When it comes to day-to-day work loads, the hardware in the P56XT is no slouch. If you’re working in Office and using Skype all day, it’s certainly not going to slow you down.
Another respectable score here. Sure, this isn’t close to what you get on a desktop CPU part, but it’s certainly competitive for a mobile CPU.
This isn’t a workstation laptop, so it’s not well suited to heavy rendering tasks. It’ll certainly get the job done, but it won’t be the fastest.
The same is true for encoding, it’s certainly capable and it’s not particularly slow at it, but it’s not what this system is designed to excel at.
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