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MSI GT73VR Titan GTX 1070 SLI Gaming Laptop Review

Battery, Acoustic and Thermal Performance


Battery Life

Battery life is.. well it’s not great, but with such high specifications, this is hardly surprising. A bigger battery would make an already fairly impractical laptop even heavier and more expensive for very little benefit, so it’s best to keep those power cables plugged in while performing demanding tasks.

Acoustic Performance

At idle, the system is much quieter than I expected, and while it is a little noisy as full power, it rarely reaches these levels in day-to-day gaming tasks.

Thermal Performance

The cooling hardware certainly does a good job, clocking in much cooler than I expected, showing that the large cooling solution on the interior does a fantastic job overall.

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Peter Donnell

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