Gaming benchmarks of the mobile GeForce GTX 1070 give us hope of 4K gaming on laptops

As we promised, here’s how the mobile GTX 1070 scores on some of the most popular games. We were able to run the benchmarks in 1080p and 2160p resolution and as you can see, with a bit lowered settings the GPU can handle serious 4K gaming. Something that even last year’s GTX 980M couldn’t handle. Thus, all 4K-equipped laptops until now were a bit of a gimmick. Unless you are playing at least a 2 or 3-year old game on UHD resolution.

However, the GTX 1070 goes even further by almost matching the performance of the desktop GTX 1070 and surpassing the GTX 980 for notebooks, which we tested on the Acer Predator 17X. Even though the notebook we are currently testing is just a pre-production sample, it’s clear that all that power can overtake last year’s most powerful GPUs in the 1080p gaming with settings set to the highest. It’s also easy to assume that the GPU will run slightly better when it hits the market and it’s ready for the end user. For now, bask in the glory of GTX 1070 with these gaming tests in 4K and Full HD.

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Tomb Raider (1080p, Low) Tomb Raider (1080p, Medium) Tomb Raider (1080p, Max)
351 fps 245 fps 129 fps
Tomb Raider (2160p, Low) Tomb Raider (2160p, Medium) Tomb Raider (2160p, Max)
162 fps 82 fps 44 fps

f1-2015-game

F1 2015 (1080p, Low) F1 2015 (1080p, Medium) F1 2015 (1080p, Max)
128 fps 110 fps 106 fps
F1 2015 (2160p, Low) F1 2015 (2160p, Medium) F1 2015 (2160p, Max)
77 fps 57 fps 42 fps

hitman-2016

API Hitman: 2016 (1080p, Low) Hitman: 2016 (1080p, Medium) Hitman: 2016 (1080p, Max)
Direct X 11 93 fps 87 fps 75 fps
API Hitman: 2016 (2160p, Low) Hitman: 2016 (2160p, Medium) Hitman: 2016 (2160p, Max)
DirectX 11 64 fps 59 fps 36 fps

gta-5-cover

GTA 5 (1080p, Low) GTA 5 (1080p, Medium) GTA 5 (1080p, Max)
140 fps 100 fps 48 fps
GTA 5 (2160p, Low) GTA 5 (2160p , Medium) GTA 5 (2160p , Max)
136 fps 54 fps 17 fps

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Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor (1080p, Low) Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor (1080p, Medium) Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor (1080p, Max)
170 fps 151 fps 121 fps
Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor (2160p, Low) Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor (2160p , Medium) Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor (2160p , Max)
93 fps 66 fps 47 fps

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Ricardo Caballero
Ricardo Caballero
6 years ago

Very interesting!!. Any idea about prize?

Cris
Cris
6 years ago

Which laptop is that? Or are you just testing an MXM 1070 on an already released laptop?

User ROG
User ROG
6 years ago

Thank you for the test results. Could you also benchmark GTX 1070 for 10-bit HEVC video playback and check if it’s hardware accelerated (Skylake has only 8-bit HEVC hardware decoding)? Also, does GTX 1070 it support external DisplayPort 1.3/1.4 connection (instead of old DP 1.2a)?

james (@dtx0011)
6 years ago

what price range do you guys think a 1070 laptop will cost?

Simeon Nikolov
Admin
6 years ago

@Ricardo Caballero, @james: We’ll have info about the prices later today 🙂

Mario
Mario
6 years ago

Hi there, do you know, if 15″ Laptops will be equipped with gtx 1070 as well? Or only gtx 1060 for 15″ Laptops?

Thanks!

Tman
Tman
6 years ago

Holy hell the prices… ouch. And that on a medion machine… I don’t want to think of the prices at DELL or Schenker…

Nathan Brown
Nathan Brown
6 years ago
Reply to  Tman

Think it’s just because it is the only gtx so far. They want people who really want it to pay a premium.

Dennis
Dennis
6 years ago

Hello. Please tell me, are settings use in Tomb Raider is same wtih these: http://store.picbg.net/pubpic/D4/2A/2318250160e1d42a.jpg
Did you use built-in benchmark?

Dennis
Dennis
6 years ago

Please answer me. I want to compare my desktop 1070 at same clock. sorry for bad english.