MSI GT70 Dragon Edition Review

SiSoft Sandra

MSI GT70 Dragon Edition Review

SiSoft Sandra

The extra bit of grunt from the Core i7-3960QM shines in SiSoft Sandra, especially the Multimedia fractal test. 


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07-01-2013, 06:25:58

Today we're taking a look at a full-specced laptop from MSI, the GT70 Dragon Edition. Does it spit fire or just smoulder beneath its pile of gold?

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07-01-2013, 06:49:44

thank god they stepped in the MX chips, the old fermi 670's are awful in laptops.

Basically a 560ti desktop card in a laptop , wish I wasn't a student as these things come at high cost Quote

07-01-2013, 07:06:50

nice laptop
it seems there is a new contender for the Viao Quote

07-01-2013, 07:14:44

Originally Posted by dugdiamond View Post
nice laptop
it seems there is a new contender for the Viao
Not a chance, Im getting another Vaio!Quote

07-01-2013, 07:35:48

Love the dragon on it the most, awesome performance but with that money I would prefer taking the time to build the rig I been dreaming of for years.

Awesome laptop though, and it looks fantastic, probably the prettiest gaming laptop I have seen and the custom color lighting for the keyboard is very impressive, you don't get that much flexibility.

I would give it 9/10 .

Tanks for the review OC3DQuote

07-01-2013, 08:23:18

Good review. Personally I would never pay that much for a laptop, but great performance none-the-less.

Originally Posted by tinytomlogan View Post
Not a chance, Im getting another Vaio!
Is it just the look of the Vaios you like?Quote

07-01-2013, 08:55:57

Why do all these "Gaming" laptops all have the track pad where it is rather than to the right of the keyboard? Makes no sense to me and it will be tricky to game on it without an external mouse which defeats the object Quote

07-01-2013, 09:47:38

i have to admit i havent read over a laptop review in a LOOOOOOONG time....and i must say, I am not impressed!!!(with performance,not the review....that was good)Quote

07-01-2013, 11:09:28

Hmmmm, I wonder how this would stack up against OriginPC's EON17s.Quote

07-01-2013, 12:52:56

Writer's Block
Nice laptop, but that would be a decent chink towards my xeon system - if that's what I go for. Quote

07-01-2013, 16:27:28

Not a bad laptop at all. I would go for that over any Alienware any day (as I type this on an M11X R2... I WAS DESPERATE ). Only issue I have with laptops that size is their weight; I buy a laptop, I don't necessarily want it to weigh a ton (to me, a ton is more than 9 lbs), or eat batter life... This unit, it seems, covers at LEAST one of those angles, which is shocking considering the level of hardware on tap.Quote

08-01-2013, 17:13:36

A very powerful laptop. With beefed hardware, that puts this machine among the best laptops out there. Nice review.Quote

08-01-2013, 18:14:23

I would like to point out that on page 5 CPUz shows i7-3630QM and on pages 1 and 8 it is stated that it is an i7-3960QM.Quote

15-01-2013, 18:21:51

price is still a little steap the Clevo P170Em is still more powerful at that price.Quote

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