I have an Alienware 14 laptop and I was thinking that my performances are much more slower compared to the beginning, when I bought it (1 year ago).
My configuration is the following : 8Go ram, i7, GTX765M.
I tried a Heaven benchmark, and this is the result :
My laptop was plugged on sector and, as you can see, the benchmark has been performed on my Nvidia card (not the integrated chipset)
Is the result good or not ?
I tried to find the same configuration that ran this benchmark, but it's quite difficult to find.
Thank you for reading,
Well you did set everything to the max (well, almost), so the performance may not look good. They seem to be fine, though.
If you want, you could bench with 3Dmark.
Currently owned computers:
AW13 R2 | i7-6500U | GTX 960m 4 GB + GA (R9 285 2 GB / RX 480 8 GB) | 16 GB 1600 MHz | 1800p Touchscreen | 2 x 500 GB SATA M.2 | Graphics Amplifier Performance Analysis with 13 R1
Desktop | i7-3770 | GTX 980 4 GB | 16 GB 1600 MHz | 120 GB mSATA + 960 GB SSD + 2 TB HDD | 600w PSU
Formerly owned computers:
HP Pavilion 15-n280us (given away) | Apple Mac Mini 2012 (sold) | m15x (damaged mobo) | 13 R1 (death by unknown) | m14xR2 (Tradied In)
It looks like the video card driver needs to be updated. Your current version is 347.88
Checkout this article on how to re-install the video card driver. You can use the latest driver version posted on the Nvidia website. Before you do this, try updating your BIOS to the latest on our offical website.
Also, you might want to check the temps on your CPU and GPU. Try downloading HWMonitor and GPU-Z.
Let us know how it goes!
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