MSI Introduces GT75VR Titan, GE63VR/73VR Raider, and GS63VR/73VR Stealth Pro

/ 2 years ago

MSI Gaming Laptop RGB Gaming Keyboard

MSI is betting big on gaming enthusiasts, that’s clear with their line-up of devices. Now, gamers get more choices as the company introduces the GT75VR Titan, the GE63VR/73VR Raider, and the GS63VR/73VR Stealth Pro.

GT75VR Titan

At a first glance, the GT75VR Titan looks very similar to its predecessor. It features the same aggressive design with red trimmed vents. But things have changed on the inside and the firs thing you’ll notice is the new keyboard. The keyboard is a per-key RGB mechanical keyboard created in cooperation with SteelSeries. Not only does it look great, it features the Rapid trigger switch with stronger feedback and higher durability.

Inside is an Intel Core i7-7820HK CPU with over 4GHz overclock capability paired with a Nvidia graphic solution. There are three GPU options to chose between, GeForce GTX1080, GTX1070 SLI, and a single GTX1070. Everything is kept cool through what is considered one of the industry’s finest cooling solutions for notebooks, the Cooler Boost Titan.

You also get other gaming features such as the True Color Technology 2.0, NAHIMIC VR, MSI unique 120Hz Display of HDR color for gamers and HDR video editing experience, The Dragon Center, and much more. There’s no doubt that the GT75VR will let MSI take the world by storm again.


GE63VR/73VR Raider

The GE series has been quite popular and now it gets a new exterior design. The new design is inspired by sports cars with more angular appeals. You get two size options in this series with either a 15″ or a 17″ display to show what the built-in GTX 1070 has to show you. This system also comes with a SteelSeries RGB keyboard.

MSI built it with the newest addition to the Cooler Boost technology, the Cooler Boost 5 thermal module. The system also comes with a great display, featuring a fast 3ms response time, a 120Hz refresh rate, and a 94% NTSC Color Gamut for smooth and sharp HDR visuals.


You don’t just get a great visual experience, MSI also made sure that your ears will enjoy the experience. The new GE systems are built with the latest Giant Speakers enhanced by Dynaudio. These speakers are two to three times bigger than average notebook speakers and feature a chamber that’s five times the regular size. This returns as 50% enhancements on audio quality, sound detail and volume. It produces over 105dBA in a smaller chassis and slimmer body than previous GE platform.


GS63VR/73VR Stealth Pro

The last of the three new systems is my personal favourite. These are the world’s slimmest gaming notebooks with GTX 1070 graphics and 3ms 120Hz display. At just 1.9kg, the MSI GS63VR Stealth Pro can easily accompany you on any trip.

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The system still features a GTX 1070 graphics card and Cooler Boost Trinity for a perfect gaming experience. The whole package is less than 18mm thin, but it still has the capabilities to run the latest games.

The Cooler Boost Trinity on GS63VR Stealth Pro consists of 5 heat pipes and enhanced Whirlwind Blade fans for effective and silent heat dissipation. With Steelseries keyboards and SteelSeries Engine 3, gamers also get access to macro keys. ESS SABRE HiFi brings 24bit/192kHz Hi-Res Audio that makes gamers have greater sound experience.


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One Response to “MSI Introduces GT75VR Titan, GE63VR/73VR Raider, and GS63VR/73VR Stealth Pro”
  1. danwat1234 says:

    “MSI built it with the newest addition to the Cooler Boost technology, the Cooler Boost 5 thermal module. ” No, Coolerboost 5 AKA Whirlwind is a year old. Maybe not for this laptop, but for MSI as a whole, it is not new.

    Does the GS have the 1070 Max-Q version, and the GE have the full power 1070? Hope the GE has a 220W+ AC adapter to handle the full ~120w 1070 + 45w CPU + battery charging and other components.

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