Surprising is a word we seem to choose to explain our experience looking for the 144fps setting for League of Legends with this Omen by HP 15-dc0036TX. Looking at the quality of the visualization so far and never familiar with it, we always thought that the game created by Riot Games would not require much performance to be played comfortably in the framerate.
The result? With a variety of experiments carried out, the only graphic setting to ensure it can still run at 144fps stably is to “kick” the resolution to 720p with the LOW graphics settings. A setting that will help you to ensure this framerate will last, even when you are involved in an intense battle.
With the quality of the cartoon graphics that he stretched, you might think Overwatch would appear as an esports game that wasn’t difficult to handle at 144fps. But like the case of League of Legends that we made earlier, Overwatch is not as light as you imagine. A lively battle with so many particle effects came out in every attack that made it a game that demanded a gaming notebook with a capable performance.
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Is it rational to play in 144fps format with GTX 1050 Ti with this Omen by HP 15-dc0036TX? Lowering the resolution to 720p and changing most of the settings to “Off” and “Low” will make you possibly reach 144fps. But when the fight is really crowded and intense, the framerate will drop quite dramatically. The good news? Omen by HP 15-dc0036TX will still guarantee that with settings like this, your framerate will still stay above 100fps even for the most crowded conditions. Framerate that can still be utilized by this gaming notebook display technology.
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