GT75 8RG with i7-8750H and gtx1080, the ultimate gaming laptop.

Amaella

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Two days ago I received my new GT75 8RG-016NL with following specs:
CPU: i7-8750H @3.9GHz (overclockable up to 4.1GHz on all cores)
GPU: nvidia gtx1080
Others: 120Hz 1080p g-sync screen, 2x256GB Samsung nvme SSD's in RAID, 1TB HDD, Killer wifi 1550, Nahimic 3, mechanical per-key RGB keyboard,...

The performance is amazing despite being on stock settings and thermal pastes. There is no undervolt applied to the cpu. With a little tweaking to the fans in dragon center the temps are acceptable and stay below/around 80 degrees even with ambient temperature of 25 degrees celsius. All of this is accompanied by some borderline acceptable noise (coolerbooster should be about 62-64 dB based on reviews and I would say my advanced settings are a lot better than the jet noise the max fans produce). Sadly I cannot measure the precise levels as I do not have the equipment and my phone suffers from noise cancelling interference resulting in low readings on constant noise.

The gaming experience so far has been breath-taking. I play Assassin's Creed: Origins and on ultra settings I get anywhere from 60-90 fps depending on area. I will let the photos and videos speak for themselves.
Very happy with the laptop, good job MSI. 



https://youtu.be/yuQ6mdq_APs
 

cpsoho

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Congratulate to get such badass gear....  
The noise level of fans could be ignored if you will play games with the headset as same as me.:hiha:
 

Amaella

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cpsoho said:
Congratulate to get such badass gear.... The noise level of fans could be ignored if you will play games with the headset as same as me.:hiha:
I did not used to play with a headset but now I have to. At least till I repaste the thing :D should get better then I hope.
 

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josephlai12345 date=1532683873 said:
GT75 sounds like a complete beast. But would you rather go for a desktop instead?
Yeah. If you travel a whole lot and you have the muscle to carry it around it will be amazing. But I only travel abroad about 2 times a year for a week each time and it is not very practical to take to uni with me as I found out. It's loud when gaming no matter what you do (not very loud but definitely not a silent gaming pc which I would have loved).
Also it is not sellable at all where I live, people think 1000 euro is already very expensive for a second hand laptop, but the thing is over 3000 euro new so no way would I sell it for less than around 2500 as there is literally nothing wrong with it.
So yeah if I could have a do-over I'd get a nice water-cooled gaming pc and a cheapish 15 inch laptop with 1050ti or even lower for on the go. But that is literally only because I actually don't travel enough. It's an amazing laptop by all means.
 

whitecat8890

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This is really powerful at this moment.
If I could afford one, I'll go for it!
 

Qoolds

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The MSI GT75 is a high-quality, well equipped and incredibly powerful desktop replacement.
 

mefe3234

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hello when using high or ultra graphics in a decent game what is the average operating heat of the processor and the graphic card_?
 

mefe3234

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how much graphics card memory is used in general while running a 40gb+ game or anything moderate with highest settings
 
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