Early reviews of the Snapdragon X Elite laptop indicate disappointing gaming performance

You can now buy Copilot Plus laptops, and Qualcomm is currently the sole supplier of chips for these systems. These devices feature the latest Snapdragon X series processors, which take full advantage of the technology Orion processor coresThe fastest chip currently available, the Snapdragon

With these Snapdragon X series laptops now available, we now have our first look at their gaming performance. In our review of the Asus Vivobook S 15 OLED, we noted that the Snapdragon Snapdragon X Elite X1E-78-100 He did not perform satisfactorily in the matches.

A lot of games won't start, and if some do, they crash after startup. Additionally, some games did not allow us to change the resolution to suit the Asus Vivobook S 15 OLED screen(Available on Amazon). As for the games that worked, the frame rates weren't as good as one would have hoped.

more accurate, In our testsSnapdragon X Elite X1E-78-100 is offered with Adreno GPU:

  • 19fps on The Witcher 3 at 1080p with Ultra graphics and post processing set to HBAO+
  • 20.4 fps on GTA V at 1080p at highest graphics settings, 4x MSAA and 16x FX AF
  • 15.6 fps on Final Fantasy X at 1080 at highest graphics settings
  • 37fps on Strange Brigade at 1080p at ultra settings
  • 51.1 fps on Dota 2 Reborn at 1080p on highest settings

Based on this performance, we gave the Snapdragon Other reviewers shared the same opinion, all pointing out that gaming performance is currently the main weakness of Qualcomm's new ARM chips ( ).

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In Qualcomm's defense, the throughput performance is excellent. What's even more interesting is that the Snapdragon X Elite can deliver almost full performance when the laptop is running on battery power. This is something you don't get on other Windows laptops. You can get a better idea by watching the review videos attached below.

Frank Mccarthy

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