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WT72: when obstacles do not exist
« on: 30-November-16, 13:20:30 »


Impressive design, stunning 4K display, comfortable keyboard, VR-ready status – these characteristics merge into one name – WT72. Now is the moment to look deeper into its specs and benchmark tests. Let’s not play for time and find out how easily WT72 passes the exam. The following numbers are based on a review by Notebookcheck.
The model tested includes 6th-generation Intel Xeon E3-1505 processor, 32 GB of ECC DDR4 2133 MHz RAM (64 GB maximum), 2x 128 GB SSD in a RAID 0 array, and an NVIDIA Quadro M5000M GPU.

The Intel Xeon E3-1505 processor is designed for workstations and features ECC memory which protects against unwilling memory loss. The frequency reaches 3.3 GHz with 4 cores enabled and 3.5GHz with 2 cores enabled. In Cinebench R15, WT72 outperformed HP ZBook 17 G2 and Dell Precision M6800.







Good results are also shown in PCMark 7 and PCMark 8 where WT72 is better than The Bullman E-class system (5372 points).





NVIDIA Quadro M5000M is a very powerful graphics card which is compatible with DirectX 12 and OpenGL 4.5. It provides stability and efficiency when working with CAD and 3D applications. Scoring 11,110 in 3DMark 11 and 7,979 in 3DMark Fire Strike which is higher than HP ZBook 17 G2, Bullman E-class 5 and Dell Precision M6800 proves its pure strength and reliability.





We use the benchmarks SPECviewperf 11 and 12 to test the GPU performance with different professional 3D applications. SPECviewperf 11 uses OpenGL exclusively, while SPECviewperf 12 test the performance of both OpenGL and Direct X application programming interfaces. Both benchmarks make use of the graphics content and behavior from actual applications. The results are overall impressive,
Notebookcheck uses SPECviewperf 12 to see how well GPU can run professional 3D applications. The benchmarks rely on graphics content and behavior from the software. The results are remarkable.

101.01 fps in Solidworks



44.14 fps in Showcase






31.35 fps in Medical




69.57 fps in Maya




81.34 fps in Creo






94.45 fps in Catia






Thanks to MSI exclusive Cooler Boost 3 Technology, WT72 never gets hot. The temperatures are comfortable during workloads.




To test CPU and GPU performance stability as well as Cooler Boost 3 further efficiency, Notebookcheckran Prime95. The CPU remained at 3.2GHz and 63 degrees Celsius. Running FurMark, they noticed GPU reaching 785MHz and staying at 63 degrees Celsius. There were only minor changes in numbers after running the software for 2 hours. WT72 works consistently.
 
 
 
 
 
To test CPU and GPU performance stability as well as Cooler Boost 3 further efficiency, Notebookcheck ran Prime95. The CPU remained at 3.2GHz and 63 degrees Celsius. Running FurMark, they noticed GPU reaching 785MHz and staying at 63 degrees Celsius. There were only minor changes in numbers after running the software for 2 hours. WT72 works consistently.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Conclusion

WT72 is an ideal choice for the most powerful mobile workstation. It can handle different workloads and serve your needs within long working hours. Intel Xeon E3-1505M with ECC memory, NVIDIA Quadro GPU and other high-end hardware offers dazzling performance which is not to be interrupted thanks to MSI exclusive Cooler Boost 3 technology. Solid, durable and reliable – WT72 is the choice for the most demanding designers and engineers.
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