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    Intel shows off Tiger Lake laptop running Battlefield V

    Game ran at full 1080p resolution and high quality preset at average 30fps+ on thin and light.
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    Re: Intel shows off Tiger Lake laptop running Battlefield V

    You gotta wonder, how many games and subsequently scenes he had to go through to find a AAA game and area that ran at that framerate

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    Re: Intel shows off Tiger Lake laptop running Battlefield V

    I love that Intel is still pushing that TB4 is 4 times faster than USB 3 garbage. They're not wrong, but they're being misleading, it's 4 times faster than USB3.1 (most common).

    Very interesting about the supposed iGPU performance though...

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    Re: Intel shows off Tiger Lake laptop running Battlefield V

    As for the frame rate, Shrout asserts that his Battlefield V gaming experience was 'great' with the FPS "hovering at or above 30 frames per second".

    Hands up those that game who would consider "at or above" 30 FPS as a great gaming experience...

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    Re: Intel shows off Tiger Lake laptop running Battlefield V

    Quote Originally Posted by [GSV]Trig View Post
    As for the frame rate, Shrout asserts that his Battlefield V gaming experience was 'great' with the FPS "hovering at or above 30 frames per second".

    Hands up those that game who would consider "at or above" 30 FPS as a great gaming experience...
    pretty much a minimum for low spec gaming
    60 would be more a standard, but even that will be low for some people.

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    Re: Intel shows off Tiger Lake laptop running Battlefield V

    Quote Originally Posted by [GSV]Trig View Post
    As for the frame rate, Shrout asserts that his Battlefield V gaming experience was 'great' with the FPS "hovering at or above 30 frames per second".

    Hands up those that game who would consider "at or above" 30 FPS as a great gaming experience...
    If it has Freesync then I could game on that. Fixed sync, no thanks. I always figures Freesync could benefit Intel more than anyone else.

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    Re: Intel shows off Tiger Lake laptop running Battlefield V

    Quote Originally Posted by DanceswithUnix View Post
    If it has Freesync then I could game on that. Fixed sync, no thanks. I always figures Freesync could benefit Intel more than anyone else.
    It has Intel No-Sync(tm).

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    Re: Intel shows off Tiger Lake laptop running Battlefield V

    and if anyones interested... here's a video of what AMD can do now, albeit 4700u... seems a little higher than the 25fps mentioned in the article (assume settings different)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eSIEmPUKYt0

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    Re: Intel shows off Tiger Lake laptop running Battlefield V

    Quote Originally Posted by LSG501 View Post
    and if anyones interested... here's a video of what AMD can do now, albeit 4700u... seems a little higher than the 25fps mentioned in the article (assume settings different)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eSIEmPUKYt0
    They are using custom settings and most of the settings are medium or lower. This demo is using a High preset.

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    Re: Intel shows off Tiger Lake laptop running Battlefield V

    It ends up in a bit of a weird space. 1080p30 isn't particularly compelling, but it's better than anything else out there at 25w, I guess?

    Not really quick enough to be a gaming-focused device, only quad core so not competitive with Renoir in anything that scales, just reasonably quick at most things and not outstanding at any.

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    Re: Intel shows off Tiger Lake laptop running Battlefield V

    Quote Originally Posted by DavidC1 View Post
    They are using custom settings and most of the settings are medium or lower. This demo is using a High preset.
    They're also using a 'heavier' part of the game and capturing the screen directly rather than using a camera... it's also available now instead of 2021...

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    Re: Intel shows off Tiger Lake laptop running Battlefield V

    Quote Originally Posted by LSG501 View Post
    and if anyones interested... here's a video of what AMD can do now, albeit 4700u... seems a little higher than the 25fps mentioned in the article (assume settings different)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eSIEmPUKYt0
    70% resolution scale, lol. That's not at all comparable.

    Quote Originally Posted by edmundhonda View Post
    It ends up in a bit of a weird space. 1080p30 isn't particularly compelling, but it's better than anything else out there at 25w, I guess?

    Not really quick enough to be a gaming-focused device, only quad core so not competitive with Renoir in anything that scales, just reasonably quick at most things and not outstanding at any.
    The best APU so far? I'm not seeing how this isn't compelling - it's not as if everyone needs 4k60 at ultra just to have games worth playing. Granted we'll need decent pricing for it to be competitive, but it's the best experience you'll get on any dGPU-less laptop

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    Re: Intel shows off Tiger Lake laptop running Battlefield V

    Quote Originally Posted by Xlucine View Post
    but it's the best experience you'll get on any dGPU-less laptop
    Bit like 'fastest racewalker' or something, isn't it?

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