Lenovo Legion Slim 7i
Over 16 hours at maximum clock speeds with zero throttling
3DMark is an industry-standard benchmarking application developed by UL that is widely used with the computer industry and technology press. 3DMark includes a range of benchmark tests that measure the gaming performance of modern PCs. The marketing claim was tested by running 1000 loops of the 3DMark Time Spy Extreme Stress Test on the notebook computer for a minimum total running time of 16 hours. Performance metrics and system monitoring data were inspected to verify that: • The difference between the highest and lowest frame rate was less than 3%, which is the standard acceptance limit for 3DMark Stress Tests. • The GPU clock frequency did not fall below the base clock frequency, which would have been a sign of thermal throttling.
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