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MSI GT780DXR gaming notebook
Photo: Company [Jan 6, 2012]

MSI GT780DXR packs Intel's second-generation Core i7 quad-core processor as well as Nvidia's GeForce GTX 570M discrete graphics card with 3GB GDDR5 display memory. The machines also features SteelSeries gaming keyboard and Dynaudio wrap around sound.

The GT780DXR sports four DDR3 memory slots, giving it 32GB of memory. It also comes with RAID 0 accelerated dual hard disk architecture which doubles hard disk storage capacity, while increasing read-write speed by some 70%.

The GT780DXR uses MSI's Turbo Drive Engine (TDE) technology, with a click of the luminescent Turbo hotkey located above the keyboard, the machine would ramp up performance. The GT780DXR also features MSI's Cooler Boost technology to help reduce system temperature.

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