- XPS 13 9310
- Intel XE graphic
- Full HD+ (1920x1200)
- 2 x 8GB RAM
- 1Tb NVME SSD
- AOC AGON AG271QG (27" - 1440p - 144hz)
Here is my small desk with the Razer Core X at the bottom.
Heaven 1080p: 3428 (avg fps = 136.1/ min fps = 9.4)
Heaven 1440p: 3000 (avg fps = 119.1/ min fps = 18.5)
Superposition 1080p: 15836 (avg fps = 118.45/ min fps = 73.62)
Superposition 1440p: 7574 (avg fps = 56.65/ min fps = 40.68)
The low minimum FPS in Heaven 1080p maybe due to the fact that I ran the benchmark just after installing the nVidia drivers. The benchmark image was stuttering but it ran fine after a reboot.
The Superposition benchmark is in line with the same setup and my old AW13R3. For Heaven I can see a big improvement: +37% @1080p / +69% @1440p. Really looking forward to real life performance now.
NB: I had 2 system freeze until now (one when I was starting with the nVidia driver install, a second while I was away). It might be caused by my powered usb-c hub (powering the laptop via two usb-c port at the same time might not be a good idea), I am testing with a non powered usb-c hub now and so far so good.
The system crashed again ... I am now trying to disable the Intel XE graphics in the device manager to see if it fixes the issue.
Edit: it looks like the real solution is to change the Power Management Mode in the NVidia CP to Prefer Maximum Performance like in the post below. I had no issue or freeze since I changed that.