Resolution: 1920 x 1080 pixels, Lowest Detail (Fastest)
Average: 50 – 80 fps
On Flights: 30 – 40 fps
Best for Medium Setting
Resolution 1366 x 768 pixels, Medium
Average: 30 – 35 fps (Stable)
TEMPS While Gaming:
50 – 70 C
Resolution: 1920 x 1080 pixels/1600 x 900 pixels, Medium Settings (2nd slider)
Average: 20-27 fps
Slowdowns and stutters during fights
The Intel HD515 is capable of running Dota fluidly even at 1080p HD resolution but you have to tone down the details to make the game more appealing. Apparently, Display resolution don’t affect the performance that much compared to increasing the details. On most cases, I was able to comfortably play on Medium with decreased resolution to 1366 x 768 pixels. Anyway, since League of Legends also come into play, the game is also playable at reduced details.
Also a filler, I have tested the Intel Atom Cherry Trail based tablets with the likes of Teclast X98 Plus 2, Teclast X98 Pro, Voyo A1 Plus Ultimate, and the Xiaomi Mi Pad 2 (windows 10 version). And I can say that performance is unplayable with Dota 2. Frame stutters and low frame rates don’t make it a good tablet for these types of games.
Other tablets/Ultrabooks that can play Dota 2 with good Frame Rates.
The Cube i9 retails at $376 (Flash Sale). The Cube i9 is a Surface Pro 4 clone Ultrabook and equipped with the latest Skylake Chipset. It also comes with a 1200p FHD Display and USB Type C to boot. If you want sheer performance and a much capable gaming potential, then the Cube i9 is your best pick. more info
The Xiaomi Mi Notebook 12.5 retails at just $589 (Flash Sale until Sept 30) from the original of $607. Currently available on sale is the Mi Notebook 12.5 version. The Mi Notebook is also the company’s first Ultrabook. It is clearly patterned over the Macbook Pro but comes with some nifty upgrades, this includes a Modular SSD Storage, AKG customized speakers and Sapphire glass protection. more info