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MSI GT75VR gaming notebook
Photo: Company [Sep 12, 2017]

Micro-Star International (MSI) has introduced its GT75VR gaming notebook, featuring a 17-inch display, Intel's top-end CPU and Nvidia's GeForce GTX 1080/1070 SLI/1070 graphics card.

The GT75VR's display features a response time of 3ms and a refresh rate of 120Hz, while the device's 10GbE Ethernet module also supports a 10X higher bandwidth.

The GT75VR is equipped with the company's latest Cooler Boost Titan cooling module built with its Whirlwind fans for CPU and GPU and 10-12 heatpipes for thermal conductivity. The SSDs are also embedded with thermal paste to improve their performances.

The GT75VR comes with a Core i7 7820HK CPU with up to 4.2GHz OC capability and three GPU options: Nvidia GeForce GTX1080, GTX1070 SLI, or GTX1070. The notebook is also equipped with several gaming features such as the True Color Technology 2.0, NAHIMIC VR, High-Res Audio (sampling rate 32bit/384kHz) and SuperRaid 4.

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