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MSI GT70 0NE-255 FR Gaming Laptop: Review and Specs

The new GT70 from MSI is built for the game The MSI GT70 0NE-255 FR did not change relative to that of GT780DXR, but the components are up to date. Intel latest generation of SSD Raid, GeForce GTX 680M, everything comes together to play in full HD on the 17.3-inch screen.

MSI GT70 0NE-255 FR
MSI enhances its GT70, it has 17 inch Full HD screen. It retains the same chassis as the GT70 0NC-048 FR, namely forms rather thick, rich connectivity (HDMI, eSATA, USB3, etc), a 2.1 audio Dyn Audio kit and a backlit keyboard designed in collaboration with SteelSeries (a specialist peripherals for gamers). The biggest change is inside the machine where the Nvidia GeForce GTX 670m gives way to its big brother, the GeForce GTX 680M announced a few weeks ago.

MSI GT70 0NE-255 FR
The star of the MSI GT70 0NE-255 FR machine is undoubtedly the GeForce GTX 680M Nvidia, to date, the most powerful chip in the GeForce family laptop. Its architecture is the same as the new brand graphics cards (GeForce GTX 680 and GTX 670) and is advantageously replace the GTX 670m. Remember that it is not engraved in 28 nm (but 40 nm) and does not benefit from the latest architecture from Nvidia Kepler. MSI proposes a machine to enjoy all the games of the moment fully, or not far. MSI GT70 0NE-255 FR has latest generation Intel Core i7-3610QM offers a huge computing power, and boasts a very large amount of memory (12 GB) for support. Also, Windows is installed on a RAID 0 SSD (128GB) in mSATA for faster startup and speed of processing tasks. However, the loaded disc storage and host your games is over 1TB but 750 GB, shame! Also remains to be seen whether these mechanics will not be both too noisy and too greedy in power. MSI GT70 0NE-255 FR GT70-255FR is priced at € 2,299 should be available in August.
The mSata in Raid 0
The powerful configuration
The backlit keyboard
The latest Nvidia onboard
The matte screen Full HD

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