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Toshiba Qosmio F750 – Feast for the Eyes, Music to the Ears

By Daniel Goh - 20 Sep 2011

Results & Comparison

Results

No surprises here, as this performance-driven notebook managed to provide consistent scores in both CPU tasks as well as graphical ones.

Here are some of the scores garnered by the Qosmio F750:

A score of 2255 on PCMark 7 means the notebook is more than capable of handling intensive tasks in terms of productivity, entertainment and creativity

Although not at the top level, 1068 points on 3DMark11 will ensure that you’ll be able to run most (if not all) DirectX 11 titles smoothly, maybe not at ultra or very high graphical settings, but still good enough that you can enjoy your games and HD movies.

Comparison

As comparison, we chose the notebooks that boast similar specifications and price tag including the Dell XPS 15z and HP Pavilion dv6.

Specifications / Notebook Toshiba Qosmio F750 Dell XPS 15z HP Pavilion dv6
Processor Intel Core i7-2360QM @ 2GHz Intel Core i5-2410M @ 2.30GHz Intel Core i7-2630QM @ 2GHz

Chipset

Intel HM65 Intel HM67 Intel HM67
Memory 4GB DDR3 4GB DDR3 4GB DDR3
HDD 640GB (7200RPM) 750GB (7200RPM) 750GB (5400RPM)
Video NVIDIA GeForce GT 540M with Optimus Technology NVIDIA GeForce GT 525M AMD Radeon HD 6770M

 

Although marketed as a gaming notebook, it still did surprisingly well in terms of PCMark Vantage benchmarks, making it viable as an all-round package

Scoring higher than Dell's XPS15z, the Qosmio F750 offers users a performance-driven gaming experience

Even though the F750 lost out to the HP Pavilion dv6 in terms of frame rates, a 38.37fps average is solid enough to run the game smoothly without any lag whatsoever

Thanks to the Optimus technology, the Qosmio F750 was able to deliver a long battery life of 175 minutes while running on a discrete graphics card