MSI GT70 Dominator Laptop featuring NVIDIA GTX 880M Graphics Review

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MSI GT70 Dominator Laptop featuring NVIDIA GTX 880M Graphics Review

Real World System Performance – Batman: Arkham Origins

Testing was performed at 1920×1080 with maximum in-game settings.

Benchmark
Batman: Arkham Origins Settings

 

Arkham Origins runs great on the GTX 880M and and with this being an NVIDIA GPU we can take advantage of PhysX effects for enhanced image quality. Here is a short video showing what that adds to the game:

Here is an example of the image quality when playing at our tested settings.

Batman: Arkham Origins Screenshot

3 Comments

  1. Mohamed Atia 5 days ago
    Reply

    Hi what were the specs of the alienware 18?

    • Stuart_Davidson 5 days ago
      Reply

      Hi, from memory it was the exact same, other than the GPU (780).

      • Mohamed Atia 4 days ago
        Reply

        2 780 SLI right? as I remember 18 is always sli
        if so the new 880 is a beast !!!!

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