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Friday, April 30, 2021
- Performance. It is a 3070 afterall ;) - subtle appearance - keyboard coloring options - it's light for a gaming laptop - build quality seems good - the headphone jack is metal. I've broken plastic ones from my headphones pulling on the jack so this is a nice improvement.
- the power cord is too short. The one I got is only 3.5' from the power adapter to the laptop's port . It makes it a pain if you move around with your laptop and causes tugging on the port. For comparison, my old ASUS had 6' between the adapter and port. - it's loud. If you're running the fans at max speed you'd better have some headphones. - it gets hot. When playing FarCry5 my delete button was really hot when I was doing inventory management. I could not keep my finger on DEL. The WASD buttons were fine, but the top row of keys get hot.
I've had this for a couple months now. It's ok. The performance is obviously fantastic (the specs tell that story) but the design has much to be desired.
Monday, April 12, 2021
By: B D
- Performance is good - it has a nice subtle look. It doesn't scream gaming laptop like many others. You'd only know from the keyboard colouring. - the keyboard colouring has a lot of options if that matters to you - the headphone jack is metal. I've accidentally broken plastic ones by standing up with my headphones still on. lol. This one looks durable. - the overall build quality seems pretty good
- the fans are LOUD!!!! If you're playing a game with the fans running at full speed it's really really loud. You better have headphones!! - the keypad is skinny. I don't know why, there's room for a proper full sized keypad but this one is slightly skinny. It'll drive you nuts if you like using it a lot. - the power cord is too short. This one is just plain silly. Why on earth would they design a power cord too short? Let me clarify, the overall length of the cord is normal length but the distance between the large power adapter and the laptop is only 3.5 feet. So if you keep the adapter on the floor you have very limited range with your laptop. It hardly reaches up to a desk, and if you're sitting on the couch the adapter has to be right at your feet. It creates a lot of tugging or pulling on the power port. For example, my old ASUS ROG had 6 feet between the adapter and laptop. Way more flexibility.
It's a good laptop that performs well but it has some design flaws IMO. They could be deal breakers to you or not. That's for you to decide.
Saturday, March 06, 2021
Tuesday, February 23, 2021
By: Kris Hayden
From: winnipeg west
The laptop is very quick and responsive, with no lag or any real issues so far. The graphics are awesome, while the overall build quality is excellent.
Im really loving this machine! Everyone in my family want a turn to play games! Although this review is compensated, it is an honest one!
Sunday, February 21, 2021
Saturday, February 20, 2021
By: Kris Hayden
Friday, February 19, 2021
By: Jimmy Zheng
Absolutely stellar laptop. I had no issues running the latest games on 4K with Raytracing and all the quality settings set to ultra. The weight and size of the laptop is sleek enough for my portable use and the quality of the materials and design is excellent. I would definitely recommend this one to anyone looking to get into a new gaming laptop!
Thursday, February 18, 2021
By: Jimmy Z
Monday, February 15, 2021
From: Calgary, AB
So far very happy with this laptop! The design is sleek, and the colored keyboard really elevates the look. I’m very happy with how thin and light this computer is compared to my last MSI laptop. The graphics performance is phenomenal, and the 144Hz refresh rate makes gaming very satisfying! The GeForce Experience app is awesome for optimizing performance for each game, even changing settings based on if you’re playing on battery vs plugged in. The fans are pretty quiet while doing a good job at keeping the computer cool enough for long gaming sessions.
The battery runs down pretty quickly when not plugged in, only lasting 1-2 hours depending on what you’re doing, so maybe a drawback if you’re looking to mainly work/play on battery power. The MSI Dragon Center does offer different user scenarios to either optimize performance or battery, though, so that is a great option to utilize. The price was a little steep for me, but for this kind of performance with the fantastic graphics card and the SSD, I’m glad I made the purchase – everything I need and more!
This laptop is fantastic, a major upgrade from my last MSI laptop, and I’m glad I stuck with this brand! They consistently deliver great performance in their gaming laptops, and the graphics performance on this is remarkable. A great pick for any gamer!
Tuesday, February 09, 2021
About 10% more FPS than the GF75 Thin 10UEK-003CA-BB71075H16GXXDX10MA which uses a 3060 graphic card.
Cost 900$ for 10% more FPS.
4 stars because its a gain to the 3060 graphic cards but certainly not worth 5 stars for a 10% FPS, in my opinion, but as a gamer I can understand that if you got the dough then why not spend it if you think that the investment is worth it in the end.