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Friday, 19 April 2013 05:33

Alienware M17x-R4 reviewed - Crysis 3

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: Performance to remember

 

Our benchmarks involved some 1080p gaming with high and very high detail levels, along with the usual suite of synthetic benches.

From the results it is easy to see that the M17x-R4 is a very powerful rig that can cope with very demanding titles. With a bit of tinkering it is possible to get good playable framerates in 1080p.

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