MacBook Pro vs. ZenBook Pro - Benchmark battle
The Apple MacBook Pro may be in your sights when it comes to picking your next laptop, but you may want to check out these benchmarks that pit it against the ZenBook Pro. These programs put both PCs through intensive challenges and scores them based on performance. The end result is an accurate means of determining the combined graphics, CPU, and memory processing capabilities of these machines.
3DMark tests graphics power by playing out a range of intensely demanding scenes. High scores here indicate great performance in areas like graphics processing. PCMark does less flashy computational stress testing. Performing well here shows the ZenBook Pro does better at processing operations in financial and scientific settings, for example. The Witcher 3, Rise of the Tomb Raider, and Dirt 4 are all relatively recent games that have a lot of fast-moving action, broad 3D scenery, and high ceiling for graphics settings. You can count on having a lot more fun with the ZenBook Pro based on these numbers. (Data care of NotebookCheck.)
As you can see, the ZenBook Pro fares quite well across all of these situations, and is certainly the PC of choice for those that have high demands.
This is thanks in no small part to the Intel Core i7 processor. It’s a quad-core 7th-generation H-series with a 6 MB cache and a 2.8 GHz clock speed that can go up to 3.8 GHz. The other side of the coin is the NVIDIA GeForce 1050Ti graphics with 4 GB of GDDR5 memory. This is perfect for handling 3D graphics rendering, video editing, gaming, and anything else in between. High-speed RAM and storage certainly come into play for day-to-day usage as well. The 1 TB M.2 PCIe x4 SSD offers a speedy data throughput of 3,000 MB/s. With up to 16 GB of DDR4 RAM, you’ve got plenty of overhead to work with.
Be sure to learn more about this exquisite laptop at the ZenBook Pro product page.