Unboxing the MSi GT73VR TITAN 017US


New member
Jan 7, 2017
I just bought my GT73VR TITAN 017US.
Such a beautiful beast.
17.3" screen, 120Hz refresh rate, Full hd 1080p.
GTX 1070 laptop, 8GB RAM.
I7 6820HK 2.7GHz up to 3.6GHz I believe.
16GB RAM, up to 64GB.
Killer Wifi card.
Incredible steel series ENGINE 3 keyboard.
Amazing build with extra cooling system, Right, Left, Back GPU, Back CPU and bottom vents for heat reduction.
Very nice touch pad.

This is the beast I was looking for, I wanted a strong gaming laptop with high build quality, it looks amazing and functions even better.
I bought it for extreme gaming and future proof gaming. Msi have done a lot of work of the exterior of the laptop and it definitely one of the coolest there are.

I must say that the keyboard is about 3.5cm high and it could've been better if the keyboard height was not that high but that's what you get when you have a beefed up cooling system and specs.
Before buying I compared so many laptops, and this one turned out to be the most effective of them all, price to product ratio is very good, a lot of features and user experience amplifiers.
The laptop came in a box, in side a box :p. The laptop itself was wrapped in Styrofoam and looked very protected to not be harmed during the shipment to the store.
I bought my computer at B&H Photo video.
There are LED's everywhere, feels like Tokyo in the night, the black paint and the light makes it feel like a light show. LED keyboard, LED buttons, LED touchpad, light on the back on the MSI gaming dragon symbol.
The laptop has dynaudio audio system and sabre HiFi for headsets, good for gaming, music and just videos etc.
A lot of inputs, on the back: Power, Hdmi, Thunderbolt, keninston lock. On the right: 2 USB 3.0 and SD Card input, on the left: 3 USB 3.0 and Audio jacks of some kinds.
1080p webcam for great pictures and videos, good for streaming with facecam and videos in general.
Will upload pics later.


New member
Jun 23, 2016
you are one lucky man! 
i can't even afford this laptop, though i'd love to because i also love the designs and how MSI is gaming oriented