Nvidia 1080 Max-Q Laptop Gaming Benchmarks

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The benchmarks here can be used to give you an indication of performance that you should expect from an Nvidia 1080 with Max-Q in a laptop with similar hardware specs. All games tested have been run at different levels, allowing you to see the frames per second (FPS) each game can achieve with different settings.

Games tested:
Battlefield 1
DOOM
Watch Dogs 2
The Witcher 3
Rise of the Tomb Raider
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon
Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation
Shadow of Mordor
Dota 2

Laptops with the 1080 Max-Q:

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8 Comments

  1. Id love if there was a 1060 max q in a ultrabook form factor. One can dream.

  2. What you think about my new pc GTX 1050 Ti, G4560 and 8GB DDR4 RAM ? I had HP 620 with 2GB DDR2 RAM…

  3. Im willing to buy an Acer laptop it comes with 6700hq and 980 8vram (not 980m)
    Is it fit well?

  4. Those are some seriously good benchmarks for a card that people are hating on left and right and calling a scam. What I'm interested in is the alienware 15 r3 that has the 1080 max q but rated at the highest power for a gtx 1080 max q, 110 watts. Plus the alienware comes with a unlocked 7820 hk cpu. With a little overclocking magic I think this gpu could be a real beast. All while staying relatively cool and quiet.

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