MSI GF72VR 7RF Gaming Laptop Review and Benchmarks
Mira las especificaciones del modelo. I'Ve got here there's an Intel 7700 HQ quad core KB Lake CPU, which runs at 2.8 gigahertz and can turb up to three point. Eight gigahertz I've got 16 gigabytes de memoria ddr4 que se ejecuta en 2400 megahertz aquí, pero las dos ranuras pueden soportar hasta 32 gigabytes para el almacenamiento, there's, un 256 Gigabyte, samsung m dot, 2 SATA SSD and a one terabyte HD, St 2.5 pulgadas 7200 discos duros rpm instalados. El SSD está en la ranura de m2, que es compatible con PCIe, 3 y vme, por lo que opcionalmente puede actualizar a un SSD más rápido para los gráficos. We'Ve got Nvidia's 1060 en combinación con un 17.3 pulgadas. 1080P 120 hertz wide view panel and we'll see how this performs later. In the benchmarks for the network connectivity, there's a Gigabit, Puerto Ethernet y matar un Wi Fi, que apoya hasta 802 11 AC as well as Bluetooth 4.2. El portátil tiene un aspecto metálico cepillado negro en el exterior de la tapa. But inside things are a bit different rather than MSI as usual, black there's, un plástico gris cepillado pasando aquí, que se siente agradable y suave y es único para los modelos GF. I'M told that in Australia this model is exclusively sold through Harvey Norman in terms of both specs and designed it's, similar to the GF 6 to VR 7 RF. I recently reviewed the main differences being that this one is a 17 inch laptop and has a 120 Hertz screen the physical dimensions of the laptop of 41 Punto 9 centímetros de ancho, 28, point centimeters in depth and three point: two centimeters in height the total weight Of the laptop is advertised at 2.
7 kilos and one testing mindit weight a little more at 2.8 kilos and when including the power, cable de ladrillo y alimentación para cargar, los aumentos totales a alrededor de 3.5 kilos. So I don't think it's too heavy for a 17 inch laptop as mentioned. The screen here is 2 17.3 pulgadas, 120 Hertz 1080p panel mate vista blanca. The white View panel here looks mostly alright front on, but once you start looking from above all the colors shift. A little and it doesn't look as good for left and right sights. Mira! Bien, Aunque, as long as you're looking at it directly front on it, looks fine I've, also measured the colors produced by the screen using the spider v Pro and my results returned 100 de srgb, 82 de NTSC y 88 de Adobe RGB. So in terms of color reproduction, it seems pretty decent I've also performed. Mi habitual prueba de sangrado de luz de fondo en la pantalla, que implica, having the laptop show a completely black screen in a dark room to help emphasize any bleeding around the edges. Luego tomo una foto de exposición larga con mi cámara para ayudar a mostrar cualquier sangrado. Así que básicamente, esta es una prueba de peor de los casos. El resultado fue bastante sorprendente. There was no noticeable bleed at all and the screen was evenly lit, although this will of course vary laptop to laptop while moving the display. Sólo había un poco de flexibilidad. Por desgracia, you can't open the laptop with one finger as the majority of the way it seems to be placed towards the back, which prevented this above.
La pantalla es una cámara HD, so it's only capable of 720p video at 30fps quality of the camera, isn't very good. Even with decent lighting and still fairly grainy, the microphone sounds ok but I'll. Deja que juzgues eso por ti mismo, there's, an RGB steelseries keyboard, which I enjoyed typing on it appears to be the same as the keyboards in the previous two MSI laptops, I've reviewed. Por lo tanto, en general, the keypresses felt a little mushy, but they were quiet. There was only a very tiny bit of flex while pushing down hard on the keyboard and this wasn't noticeable under normal typing conditions. The keyboard lighting can be adjusted through the included software and there are a number of effects available. Por desgracia, there's, no individual key lighting, customizations here it's customized in three separate zones. Sin embargo, I think it looks pretty nice as the sights of the keys are clear. So you can see more of the lighting. The power button is found towards the top right, while the two buttons next to it can be used as a shortcut to MSI's Dragon Center software, que le permite monitorear el sistema, control the keyboard lighting and more while the button furthest to the left will max up Both the CPU and GPU fans, I also found the touchpad to work pretty well. It'S got a very smooth surface and I had no problems using it. Hay botones físicos izquierdo y derecho, que son bastante ruidosos y muy clicky.
Pasando al IR disponible a la izquierda, tenemos un Kensington, Cerradura, Gigabit, Puerto Ethernet, USB 3.0 Tipo, un puerto HDMI puerto de pantalla mini, otro USB 3.0 Tipo, un puerto, un USB 3.1 gen2 tipo c puerto y 3.5 millimeter headphone and mic jacks over on The right there's a USB 2.0 – I pay port, a built in SD card reader and the power input there's, nothing on the front other than some status LEDs and the speakers, and nothing on the back other than a couple of air exhaust vents towards the corners up On the lid, the see MSI logo which lights up white while the laptop is powered on the metallic lid, era un imán de huellas dactilares, pero nada una limpieza rápida con un paño de microfibra. Couldn'T fix the gray plastic palm rest area did a better job at hiding these, but it still needed to be cleaned underneath that some air intakes to keep everything cool, así como algunos pies de goma, which both help prevent the laptop from moving around when in use On flat surfaces and also raise it up slightly to help let cool air Ian, como se mencionó, los altavoces están debajo de la parte delantera de la computadora portátil, and I thought they sounded alright for laptop speakers. There was a small amount of bass and they send a clear for a while, while raising the volume powering. El portátil es un 41 vatios hora 6 cell battery and with the full charge in doing basic tasks such as browsing the internet and watching YouTube with the screen and around half brightness keyboard lighting off and background apps disabled.
Pude usarlo para 2 horas y 6 minutos mientras juega a The Witcher 3 with medium settings and invidious battery boost said to 30fps the battery lost him for 37 minutos. en general, I thought the battery life was a little low, especially considering the size of the laptop, y cuando se considera que el 15 inch model I previously reviewed had the same size battery, I would have thought that would have been more space for a larger one. En 17 modelo de pulgadas, but that doesn't seem to be the case during normal use with an ambient room temperature of 24 grados Celsius. The CPU idled at 42 grados Celsius, while the GPU out of 41 grados Celsius – y aquí están las temperaturas externas de la computadora portátil. Where you'll actually be putting your hands with the CPU and GPU maxed out for around half an hour with the same room temperature, la CPU alcanzó un máximo de 94 grados Celsius, mientras que la GPU alcanzó su punto máximo en 84. Así que la CPU se puso bastante caliente y estaba estrangulando alrededor de 20. Sin embargo, esto se detuvo si se eliminó la carga de la GPU. Sólo sucedió con ambos totalmente utilizados. We can see that the keyboard areas warmed up quite a bit more, mostly towards the middle, y era bastante notable al escribir. A pesar de esto,, the fans weren't running at full speed after turning them right up manually, the GPU cooled down slightly to 80 degrees Celsius and the CPU dropped to 93, but was throttling a lot less at about 5, there doesn't seem to be enough cooling if you're planning On smashing both the CPU and GPU to 100, al mismo tiempo, with a full load, otherwise it's, probablemente bien.
I also found the laptop fairly quiet when not gaming at let's at around the 37 marca de decibelios, y apenas podía oírlo. This is what it sounded like, while maxing out, both the CPU and GPU went up to 50 Decibelios, which I found pretty typical for most gaming laptops and here's. Cómo sonaba eso, with the fans fully maxed out manually, subió un poco más a 54 Decibelios, here's what that sounded like in comparison. I also didn't notice any quell whine, while testing. Finally let's take a look at some benchmarks. Bien, primero cubrir algunos puntos de referencia de juego del mundo real, seguido de pruebas con varias herramientas de benchmarking. All tests will run at the 1080p resolution, with all windows and Nvidia updates to date installed player unknowns. Los campos de batalla se probaron con los últimos 1.0 version and it's performing pretty well on all settings under ultra I've used the new replay feature to perform this testing, so the results between each test should be more accurate, as I can now consistently perform the same test run. Sin embargo, con eso dicho, the performance of the game will vary quite a lot depending on what's going on in the game. So take these results with a grain of salt shadow of war required, high or lower settings to average 60fps and even with the lowest settings, were not able to fully take advantage of that 120 Hertz panel battlefield one felt nice and smooth, regardless of the setting level Used, although some occasional dips in performance were noticed, as outlined by the 1 lawyers, which are quite a bit lower than the average frame rates, El brujo 3 averaged above 60 FPS on high settings and the 1 lows won't too far behind, I did notice some dips, While moving around quickly but overall, it was a smooth experience on high settings or lower watchdogs, 2 is a fairly resource intensive game and I found that it played great on very high settings or lower.
el 1 Bajos. Don'T differ that much here, regardless of the setting level in use and even low settings, aren't enough to get us above 60 FPS on average rise of the Tomb Raider is going alright, con arriba 60 FPS averages at max settings with DirectX 12, giving a nice little Boost performance compared to DirectX 11 Ghost Recon is another fairly resource intensive game. Ultra settings are to overkill for these folks with high or lower settings being required to reach the 60 FPS average mark doom performs mostly the same regardless of the setting level used and even with ultra settings. The one percent lawyers are sitting right on 60 FPS, but again even the lowest settings don't get us near 120 FPS, aunque la mayoría de estos son juegos bastante intensivos. The laptop didn't have many running them. Incluso en ajustes más altos. I'Ve said before that, el 1060 es un gran punto dulce para 1080p 60fps juegos, and that remains true here in most cases. This is why I don't really understand the 120 Hertz display here to reach frame rates that higher you'd either need to be playing less resource. Intensive games all the games I've tested on the lower settings, even at the lowest settings you can see that we're not able to get close to 120 FPS. De todos modos, if you find, with that and plan on playing less demanding games, then by all means go ahead. Pero personalmente, if I was getting a 120 Hertz display, I'd probably be looking at a laptop with a 1070 as a minimum to better take advantage of the higher refresh rate in the games that I play now on to the benchmarking tools.
While a useful indicator. Note that these results are less practical compared to the real world gaming results previously shown. We'Ll start with the imaging benchmarks. This is how the laptop performed in heaven benchmark with the tessellation set to extreme and anti aliasing sad 8 here's, our belly benchmark, performed with the anti aliasing on 8 en varios ajustes gráficos. Y por último, these are the 1080p results from the newest super position. Benchmark for the final graphics benchmarks are envious tracking times by from 3d mark and got scores of nine thousand one hundred and sixty and 3557 respectivamente. So pretty good for a laptop and crystal disk mark. el 256 gigabyte SATA 3 and got two SSD performed around 540 megabytes por segundo en lecturas secuenciales y 510 megabytes por segundo en secuencial, writes so pretty typical for a good SATA 3 SSD basado, el disco duro de un terabyte se mueve 110 megabytes per second in both Sequential read and write speeds pretty typical for a 7200 disco rpm, with these exact specs at the time of recording, el portátil se puede recoger en Australia para 2237 Dólares australianos, aunque eso parece ser con la corriente 20 discount so that may change that's about 1750 US dollars for my international friends with tucks included compared to the 15 modelo de pulgadas. It appears that you're paying over 300 Australian dollars more to get the largest 17 pulgadas de pantalla, que también es 120 Hertz rather than 60 Hertz. So what did you guys think of MSI's gf7 vr 7 Portátil para juegos RF en general? Creo que el portátil funciona bastante bien.
el 1060 y 7700 HQ CPU. You are great for laptop gaming. Sin embargo, I find it hard to recommend even compared to Emma size. Other offerings such as the GF 6 VR, 7 RF, which is basically the same except that it's smaller Lida, has a slightly slower SSD and has a 60 Hertz screen instead of 120 Hertz, and as I've already mentioned, I don't think a 120 Hertz display with a 1060 is the best choice. Hágame saber lo que ustedes pensaron en los comentarios o simplemente dejar un gusto o no le gusta en el video a. Hazme saber lo que pensaste, thanks for watching and don't forget to subscribe for future tech.