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Redaktion

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Review MSI GT60-i789W7H Notebook
« on: June 07, 2012, 08:18:03 »
Edged and crooked. With the GT60, MSI throws a 15,6-inch notebook with current Ivy-Bridge-Processors on the market. The notebook is aimed to score with a fancy design, as well as with other gaming-related features.

http://www.notebookcheck.net/Review-MSI-GT60-i789W7H-Notebook.75615.0.html

THEking

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Re: Review MSI GT60-i789W7H Notebook
« Reply #1 on: June 08, 2012, 12:06:29 »
That's A Fancy Design, have they ever seen a sony Laptop

Krovy

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Re: Review MSI GT60-i789W7H Notebook
« Reply #2 on: June 17, 2012, 19:04:33 »
Adequate sound quality? Really? Dynaudio speakers are phenomenal, whereas JBL are "adequate". Altec Lansing is even lower than crap. Only Harman/Kardon and Klipsch are on par with Dynaudio. Refrain from making "reviews". Your writing is typical anyway. The one who translated this should have at least fixed your mistake.

elcobra777

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Re: Review MSI GT60-i789W7H Notebook
« Reply #3 on: July 09, 2012, 08:17:09 »
Great laptop! I am very satisfied of my new purchase.

GD

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Re: Review MSI GT60-i789W7H Notebook
« Reply #4 on: August 22, 2012, 13:48:11 »
how come that sound is just relatively good? it is good than most most of laptops,just remember to turn on "surround" "crystalizer" "bass" , adjust these 3 options,it could be amazing.

GD

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Re: Review MSI GT60-i789W7H Notebook
« Reply #5 on: September 09, 2012, 02:08:24 »
  About the throttle issue,that doesn't has anything to do with temperature...
according to the official saying,it is protection from Power overloaded.dont know if that is true,if you dont want to see this ,just use Throttlestop to turn off Bidirectional PROCHOT and you wont see it happen anymore.

qhfreddy

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Re: Review MSI GT60-i789W7H Notebook
« Reply #6 on: December 07, 2012, 13:51:49 »
I would not reccomend this, the throttling issue is very disruptive in most games. After calming down temporarily it came back, I had to disable intel turbo boost completely and lock the CPU at 2.3 GHz to get consistent parformance.  I am looking for a way to bypass intels systems and lock the CPU to 2.6 GHz for more consistent performance within the computers power envelope.
The cooling is more than adequate and it is not causing throttling. GPU <75˚C and CPU <80˚C at max load. I have overclocked the GPU to as high as 700MHz got 83˚C on the GPU in cold weather. The most that I would recommend would be 670MHz.

 

 
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