Monday, April 23rd 2012

MSI Tops Gaming Benchmarks with its NVIDIA GTX 670M and Intel HM77-Equipped Notebooks

MSI Computer Corp, a leading manufacturer of computer hardware products and solutions, uncages the GT70 and GT60, two mobile gaming beasts featuring Intel HM77 Chipset, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670M graphics processing unit (GPU), Killerâ„¢ E2200 Game Networking, Steel Series backlit keyboard, and more. Designed with the serious gamer in mind, both units provide unmatched power while fortifying MSI's arsenal of award-winning G Series family of gaming notebooks.

Bringing a new standard to mobile gaming, the GT70 comes with 17.3-inches of Full HD anti-reflective display to maximize visual experience under all lighting conditions, Steel Series full color backlit programmable keyboard with 1000 customizable color combinations, amplified gold plated audio connections for crisper sounds, 12 GB of DDR3 for superb speed, and more. For gamers looking for even more power, the GT70 is also available with 16 GB of DDR3, BD Burner, and MSI's Super RAID 0 configuration, a unique combination of 128 GB (2 * 64 GB) of SSD RAID 0 and 750 GB at 7200 RPM for unprecedented storage capacity.


"Armed with the newest NVIDIA graphics, Intel chipset and Killer Game Networking, the GT70 and GT60 redefine mobile gaming and delivers superior performance that exceeds expectations of even the most demanding gamer," said Andy Tung, vice president of sales, MSI US. "MSI invites gamers to experience the rush of finding the perfect mobile gaming notebook."

With similar power but more mobility, the 15.6-inch GT60 also comes equipped with Full HD Non Reflection Display and an array of performance focused components, including dual HDDs in RAID 0 for a combined storage space of 1 TB, 12 GB DDR3 memory and more. In addition, both models are packed with the following:

- NVIDIA GeForce GT670M - Latest generation GPU immerses audiences in superb graphics without the need to sacrifice performance and speed
- Intel HM77 Chipset - Maximize all your gaming performance with the latest generation of Intel chipset featuring Core i7 processors
- Killer E2200 Game Networking - High-performance, Gigabit Ethernet tuned for gaming, HD video and high-quality streaming audio
- Audio Boost - Gold flashed audio connectors combine with an AMP produces high fidelity sounds directly into the headset
- Dynaudio Speakers with THX Surround Sound - Professional quality speakers with built-in sub-woofer to accurately reproduce THX's TruStudio Pro sound experience
- Steel Series Full Color Backlit Programmable Keyboard - Accurately responds to 10 simultaneous key actions with over 1,000 color combinations for a powerful and customizable experience in your hands
- MSI's Exclusive Turbo Drive Engine (TDE) Technology: Provides an instant boost in graphics performance to accelerate video decoding
- MSI Cooler Boost Technology - Increases airflow at the touch of a button to stay cool in the heat of the battle

All models are protected by a 2 year Manufacturer's Limited Warranty and are available starting at $1499.99 MSRP.

GT70 and GT60 Full Spec
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5 Comments on MSI Tops Gaming Benchmarks with its NVIDIA GTX 670M and Intel HM77-Equipped Notebooks

#1
arterius2
YIKES, MSI really need to step up their game in terms of product design in their notebook department.

this thing looks like its from the 90s while in a world surrounded by slick ultrabooks and understated laptops where simple and elegant design is quickly becoming the norm.
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Fourstaff
by: arterius2
YIKES, MSI really step up their game in terms of product design in their notebook department.

this thing looks like its from the 90s while in a world surrounded by slick ultrabooks and understated laptops where simple and elegant design is quickly becoming the norm.
MSI has been using this design for more than 2 years already, with minor changes. Their GT/GX6xx series uses even more flashy colouring ;)
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arterius2
by: Fourstaff
MSI has been using this design for more than 2 years already, with minor changes. Their GT/GX6xx series uses even more flashy colouring ;)
yes sorry typo, i meant to type "MSI really need to step up their game..."

I'm aware MSI has been using this ancient design for ages, which was the main reason why I didn't go with them for my gaming laptop purchase despite having above average specs.

Industrial design 101

over rounded edges = makes the laptop look thicker than it is = fail
multi colored rainbow flashy lights do not impress anyone but 12 year old kids(i'm looking at you alienware)
overly thick bezel makes screen look smaller than it is
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Fourstaff
by: arterius2
yes sorry typo, i meant to type "MSI really need to step up their game..."

I'm aware MSI has been using this ancient design for ages, which was the main reason why I didn't go with them for my gaming laptop purchase despite having above average specs.

Industrial design 101

over rounded edges = makes the laptop look thicker than it is = fail
multi colored rainbow flashy lights do not impress anyone but 12 year old kids(i'm looking at you alienware)
overly thick bezel makes screen look smaller than it is
At the end of the day this series offers a very good price/performance ratio, so it still sells.
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#5
TheLostSwede
According to MSI four time four is twelve...
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