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Dell Latitude 13 7370 Ultrabook Review

3DMark

To test the Intel HD Graphics 515 that are integrated into the Core m5-6Y57, I first ran 3DMark Fire Strike.

firestrike

firestrike

While the Latitude 7370's iGPU is significantly faster, relatively speaking, than the ECS LIVA and LIVA X2, it is still very weak in comparison to a discrete GPU.

Tomb Raider

Finally, I tested Tomb Raider using the ‘low’ settings preset. Tomb Raider is not the most demanding of games at these image quality settings, so I wanted to see how the iGPU got on with it.

tomb raider

tombraider

Clearly, any sort of gaming is out of the question with the Latitude 7370.

However, for general-use purposes it is more than good enough – watching movies or YouTube and the like is no problem for the integrated graphics chip. After all, this Ultrabook is not marketed towards gamers in the first place.

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