Both laptops were tested with the latest WindowsUpdates and drivers from both Nvidia and AMD at the time of testing, with Mindlet debuting with gaming results. Red Dead Redemption 2 was tested using games built into the benchmark. I have AMD’s 5600M shown by Redbars and Nvidia’s 2060 shown by green bars. The 5660M 2060at was overtaking all but ultra settings. The Ultra settings had a 36% higher average FPS in 2060, meanwhile the 5600M was 24% faster than the 2060 in lower settings. Battlefield 5 was tested running through the game’s Thysim section in campaign mode on both machines. This time the 2060 was ahead in all settings, with slightly higher differences in results at 1% lower than average setting rates. Tomb Raider’s shadow was used by testing the game benchmark. The 5600M was overtaking among the lowest to moderate settings, although the 2060 gained an edge over the high and highest setting presets, where it was 12% faster maximum.
Control was tested through game speed on both laptops. Once the 5600M was ahead for at least the mediums, the 2060 was seeing big gains for 1% underperformance, at least in terms of average FPS. In the high setting 2060 Allgramards front and now have 9% higher average FPS, but a larger 19% boost to 1% less. The Ghost Recon Breakpoint was tested using inbuilt Benchmark, and this test really seemed to favor Nvidia-based laptops, which were fairly large regardless of the setting level. Ultra had an 18.5% lead over the 2060 average FPS. Borderland 3 was also tested using Gamebenchmark.
The average FPS difference is not large, and although the 1% difference is small at low setting levels, it is quite large. By the time we reach the maximum settings, 1% less than 2060 was 50% higher than the 5600M machine. By walking through the drill site, Epworth legends were tested in the 5th edition with an edge map of the world. Once more the RTX 2060 was ahead in this title, both at maximum or minimum setting levels. Call of Duty Modern Warfare was also tested with maximum or minimum settings. This time the RX5600M was ahead in most instances. The average FPS at a minimum in 2060 had a very small edge, but was otherwise 5600 meters ahead, with 11.5% higher average FPS Atmax settings. Division 2 was formed with Inbenchmark. This was another game where the 5600M was on low settings, in this case all ultra but where it didn’t quite come out manageto. Fortnet was tested using the replay feature with the exact same replays on both laptops. 2060 was at the forefront of all examples here, although by the time we reach the highest epicenter setting, it is below the 5% higher average frame rate. The low setting has an 11% gain in 2060. PUBG was also tested with the same replays of each machine. This has been a title I found in Tofvor Nvidia Graphics recently, and it appears to be the same here. The Ultra settings had a 27% highreverage frame rate compared to 5600M in 2060, the second most tested of all 20 games.
Far Cry New Dawn was tested using the Gamebenchmark tool. This was another test where the RTX 2060 laptops were ahead regardless of level setting, both for the average frame rate and 1% less. Monster Hunter World was tested on both laptops through the main city. The 5600M had a higher average frame ranet lower settings, but was otherwise 2060 in front of everyone, given that, with only 4% higher average FPS with the highest settings. The Metro Exodus was also tested with the Billin Benchmark, and the results were extremely close together here, though with 5600M Haida Clear low settings. CS: GO was tested with the Optical FPS benchmark. There really wasn’t much difference at 5600M regardless of the level of setting in use, and by the time we reach the maximum setting 2060, the average FPS is only 3% faster, which I argue you might Will not notice at 200 FPS.
I have also tested everyone’s favoriteDota 2, and again the 2060 was up front, but it had a thin margin once more. The 2060 was just 4% faster in ultra settings, and again with such a high frame rate I think you’re hard-pressed to see the difference. Assassin’s Creed Odyssey was tested in Benchmark. This was another title where the 2060 was up front regardless of the level of installation, although at maximum settings it had a high leverage frame rate of only 6%. Rainbow Six Siege was also tested with inbuilt Benchmark. The 5600M had leads in low and medium settings, but then at higher setting levels that were over 2060 GPUs, the Ultra takes over with a decent 17% higher average frame rate. Overwatch was tested in Practice Regis, this allows me to do the perfect test run for such comparisons. I thought the results were interesting, the atypic was 2060 A clear 13% higher average FPS, but then on higher settings the two were extremely brilliant simultaneously. The Witcher 3 gives a more GPU bound inmy experience and offers some interesting results. The maximum settings had a 14% highareverage frame rate in 2060, although the 5600M was able to produce a higher 1% lower result, and Seismiller was also noted at higher settings.
Out of the 20 games tested at the average setting level, which is usually the highest GPU, the Nvidia RTX 2060 was about 10% faster than the Radon RX 5600M, although the amount may vary significantly depending on the specific title . It does not appear that AMD’s claims of the 560M beating the 2060 are correct, at least in these games. As I mentioned when I am using a laptop with a 90watt 2060, the difference may be less with the 80 watt 2060, although when I recently compared the 80 watt and 90 watt graphics models together I only saw a performance difference of 3%, so I doubt it will change that much. Things get a bit more interesting when we look at the lowest setting levels, usually where the processor matters more. This time the 2060 was only 3% faster than the 5600M, so with an 80 watt 2060 I could possibly win the 5600M here. I think this is a result of SmartShift, the lower setting levels of the atticase should be able to get more power to the processor because the GPU does not do it. On the other hand the A15 simply has more stable capacity regardless of workload. I have also tested FireStrike and TimeSpyfrom 3DMark, and beating the 5600M RTX 2060 in these tests, some interesting things we saw in the games. I have also tested Specviewperf which tests commercial 3D workloads. Results can vary greatly depending on the specific test, some had a good edge over the 5600M, while others had a further 2060 evaporation. I have used the Puget system benchmark forDavinci Resolve, and the RTX 2060 is getting a fair amount beyond 5600M. However the scores in the Photoshop test were simultaneous and almost the same. Although the 2060 system performed substantially better at Adobe Premiere, it is expected that the 5600M will improve over time, it is still new. Perhaps the software needs to be optimized. Since the two machines have different cooling solutions, it can’t really compare apples to apples, but looking at the 5600M the G5 currently exists, I’ve moved on anyway. The 2060 had an 11 degree cooler inthis workload going on, but what I found most interesting was that it was in 2060 despite draining more power from the wall. To be fair, the 5600M system was initially using Morithon in 2060, but I took these numbers after sitting in a 30-minute game like boosting should promote.
The RTX 2060 definitely has beneficial beam tracing. Personally I wouldn’t buy with that thinking today because there are so many games that still use it after this time, but some implement well like controls, so it depends how important to you is. Now for the final difference, price, you will either check the link in the description for the prices of date laptops with graphics, as prices will change over time. This will depend on where you live, but the ingrained hopes that the RTX 2060 will cost more money. Although this is not always the case. The Dell G5 with these specs, which I’ve tested is $ 1200 USD on the Neugag, although the ASUS TUF A15 seems to go for the same price, but with a larger SSD and larger battery, although it is currently in stock. Out of, but it is expected to change.
the A15 has other issuers that make it difficult to recommend like a 20ms response time screen, so it will depend on what your preferences are. Let me know if you want to fully compare the G5 and A15 in future videos. In terms of driver problems, I didn’t do either with havan crashes, but with the 5600M I would note that by default Vulcan games would have to be run on the Vega IGPU. This was an easy solution, however, you just have to set them to high performance mode in the Windows graphics settings, although this was not a problem with the 2060 machine, so it felt like a more polished experience. Where I think the G5 and 5600M is actually at the entry level $ 880 price point, as it would be against the GTX 1660 Ti.