MSI GP72VR 7RFX Leopard Pro Detailed Review And Price
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MSI GP72VR 7RFX is known for its hard-core gaming credits, but its new GPX series is meant to give strong performance at relatively reasonable prices. GP72VR 7RFX (reviewed as $ 1,599; to begin $ 1,199).  In less than $ 2,000, a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 GPU and Intel Core i7 CPU pack for VR preparation. The bright display of laptops and comfortable keyboards make. It easy to make suggestions, though you have to take a charger with you. It also realizes that you are paying a little extra for MSI’s stylish design and RGB-backlit keyboard.

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MSI GP72VR 7RFX Leopard Pro Detailed

Design

Leopard Pro does nothing for furthering MSI GP72VR 7RFX design. It’s not bad, that’s exactly what it means that you get a black aluminum chassis (though very plastic down) and a lid with the MSI logo and red dragon shield. A slight decrease on the lid which gives it an air of power, but not much that scares it

When I lifted the lid, I was completed by a 17.3-inch display. With a thick basic and RGB backlit keyboard number footer (more on that below).

At 6.4 pounds and 16.5 x 10.6 x 1.5 inches, Leopard is not the smallest 17-inch gaming laptop. But it is slightly lighter, which is the smallest Asus ROG streaks GL753VE (16.3 x 10.7 x 1.3 inches). Acer’s Aspire V17 Nitro Black Edition is slightly larger in 7 pounds and 16.3 x 11.7 x 1.1 inches. Although the Alienware was the largest of 17, 9.6 pounds and the largest in 16.7 x 13.1 x 1.2 inches.

In Leopard Pro you have all the ports coming for various peripherals. On the left side, you get a pair of Kensington lock slots, USB 3.0 port, HDMI, a mini display port, a USB Type-C, and headphone and microphone jack. On the right, there is a DVD drive, a USB 2.0 port, and an SD card reader.

Display

I was stopped by the colors on Leopard Pro’s 17.3-inch, 1080p display. When I saw the trailer for “Thor: Ragnarok”, Loki’s Cape was the right shade of diamond of the diamond, and through an Asgard, there was a bright red-orange in the grip of an explosion. While I played Batman: Arkham Knight, I could see that different rainwater fell from the sky and purple and pink neon lights came against the gray buildings in the city.

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The screen reorganizes the largest 165 percent of SRGB color, surpassing 122 percent desktop-replacement average. Strikes (124 percent), Aspire (118 percent) and Alienware (113 percent).

Those games are more accurate on leopard pro than most gaming laptops. The MSI GP72VR 7RFX display has a Delta-E score of 0.3 (0 models), which is less than the average (1.41), and is better than Strikes (2.2), Superior (3.3) and Eleven were (4).

The trade-off is that Leopard Pro’s panel is not as bright as 245 units in others. The average 290 units with 280 units, Alienware, 278 units and 264 units, measuring sticks Despite the numbers, I had no problem using the display and did not even feel the need to keep it on maximum brightness.

Keyboard

The pleasure of typing on Leopard Pro’s steel series keyboard is comfortable. The comfortable switch was measured for traveling 1.6 millimeters with 70 mm deviation force. The result is fast, intuitive, responsive typing. On the 10fastfingers.com typing test, I reached 108 words per minute (only on my normal 107 WPM) with my normal 2 percent error rate.

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The keyboard is RGB backlit, and it looks beautiful. When I’m the Rainbow Pattern fan that you get straight out of the box, the LED wizard at the MSI GP72VR 7RFX Dragon Center helps you choose any color and add effects. Those effects include a special gaming mode that gives light to the keys used for gaming and a wave that lights the keys from left to right.

MSI GP72VR 7RFX 4.2 x 2.4 inch keyboards are smooth and accurate I had no problem browsing. The web or navigating to the desktop. Where did I run into problems, though, there are gestures? While the Synaptics drivers allow two-finger scrolling and pinch-to-zoom. It can not use more complex window gestures such as tapping three or four fingers to open the action center or Cortana.

Audio

The speakers behind Leopard Pro are powerful and detailed, the way I like it. I took the laptop into a small meeting room and listened to Jehovah’s “Green Light”. Space was immediately filled with the voice of vocals, keyboards, synths and backing beats. I used the Abandoned 2 audio software to tweak the settings. While did not do much while fiddling with the bass and treble. I squeezed a bit more volume into the vocals with the “Vocal Clarity” slider.

When I played Batman: Arkham Knight, the character’s voice looked a little hollow (Batman seemed like a Robin. When he was on a radio call), but there were great details, such as the sidewalk in the grip of different rains

Graphics

MSI GP72VR 7RFX Leopard Pro with NVIDIA GeFus GTX 1060 GPU. With 3 GB VRAM, any video game or VR experience is powerful enough to throw it, often at high settings. When I played Batman: In Arrackham Night 1080p, I reached all the settings up to high, and then, to challenge GPU, increase texture filtering to 16x anisotropic. The game still looked great, was running between 57 and 70 frames per second. While I was disturbed by Gotham, 58 fps in the middle of a battle between a tank and Batmobile was stationary. The frame rate reached 80 fps because I gradually navigated a warehouse while chasing down Arkham Knight.

In our Rise of Tomb Raider Benchmark, Leopard Pro played the game at 1080p at 33 fps at 1080p, falling below the desktop-replacement average. Which includes more powerful GPUs like aware, whose GTX 1070 GPU 50 fps SPAP (GTX 1060 GPU) and 37 fps managed. But leopards strips (22 fps, Jitiaks 1050 TI) to be better, that vile our 30 fps Pleuritic threshold Fell.

Grand Theft Auto V 1080p and so again on high settings. Leopard Pro 48 fps, below average (71 fps), Aspersion (62 fps) and Eleven (60 fps), but missing 28 fps better (the strips)

GTX 1060 is a VR-ready GPU, and stream showed their skills and earns points to 7.1 VR performance tests. The average is 9.3, and Alienware has earned 10.9. He opened with the GPU, reached 7.2, but is not ready for the strips, virtual reality with 1050 t.

Performance

Our Leopard Pro was armed with a 2.8-GHz Intel Core i7-7700HQ CPU, 16 GB RAM, and 512 GB NVME SSD. When I opened 45 tabs, I did not break a sweat. Which included “1080p episodes of the night last night with the Open Open”.

It offers a drop of 12,147 on the desktop-replacement average (13,279) and strokes (12,394, Core i7-7700HQ), falling under Aspire (13333, Core i7-7700 HQ), and Geekbench 4 overall performance benchmarks, and Alienware 14,020, Core i7-7820 HK)

Leopard took just nine seconds to copy 4.97 GB mixed media files. Which translates to 565.5 Mbps. It has more hair than the previous average (562.5 Mbps). Then Strikes (221.3 Mbps), Aspire (231.3 Mbps) and Midtier Alienware (a dull 89.4 Mbps).

Leopard Pro completed our OpenOffice Spreadsheet Macro Test in 3 minutes and 24 seconds, added 20,000 names and addresses to the exact same time as the average of the range. Alienware was a little faster at 3:21, and Aspire and Street completed the test.

Battery Life

Although we rarely see long-running gaming laptops, Leopard Pro is far less than the rest of the region. This laptop went on for 2 hours and 32 minutes on the Magg battery test. With 4:18 desktop replacement averages as well as long-lasting strokes (5:25), Aspire (5:30) and Eleven were (8:32).

Heat

Leopard Pro was quiet in our tests, after the 15 minute HD video streaming from YouTube, we put our 95 degrees Fahrenheit feature down the border. The touchpad was measured at 94 degrees. The center of the keyboard measured 93 degrees and reached 88 degrees below.

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When I played Batman: Arkham Knight, the keyboard was warmed up to 115 degrees. The touchpad increased to 108 degrees and went down to 102 degrees.

Webcam

The 720p webcam on Leopard Pro is okay for skiing with friends, but you might want to get an external option for streaming on twitch or youtube. It’s fast; In one of the photos, I took in our laboratories. I could put words written on a whiteboard behind me. The colors were off, though, and my blue eyes were green and my royal blue shirt was shown to the Navy.

Software

MSI GP72VR 7RFX has also put a bunch of useful gaming software. Leopard Pro and almost all linked to a master’s program: MSI Dragon Center is essentially a center control lets you launch other applications, keyboard lighting, monitors system performance and fan speed. The keyboard to make it so it does tune the way you like to launch. It A hardware button keyboard in other software and MSI branded battery-calibration program is included and Nahimic to customize more than 2 audio apps, Steel Series Engine III.

You’ll find Candy Crush: Soda Saga, Kingdom of March, Sling, Facebook, Twitter, and Minecraft: Normal, indispensable. Windows bloatware in the Start menu: Windows 10 Edition

MSI GP72VR 7RFX Leopard Pro with the two-year warranty, see that MSI had performed in our tech support today down and Best and Worst Brand Rankings.

Configurations

MSI GP72VR 7RFX Leopard Pro We reviewed the cost of $ 1,599 and included a Nvidia GEFS GTX 1060 GPU. With 2.8 GHz Intel Core i7-7700HQ CPU, 3 GB VRAM, 16 GB RAM and 512 GB NVMA SSD. Similarly. The two versions of the designated GP72X Leopard Pro have a slightly different specs. With a 4 GB VRAM, a 256 GB NVMA SSD and 1 TB, 7,200-rpm HDD. With a Nvidia GeFus GTX 1050 Ti, and 1,39 Spends 9 dollars. Second, uses a $ 1,199 model, 4 GB VRAM, a 128 GB NVME SSD and 1 TB, 7,200-RPM HDD GTX 1050.

Bottom Line

If you are looking for one of the cheapest 17-inch VR-ready machines. Leopard Pro is a strong choice. For $ 1,599, Intel Core i7-7700 HQ CPU and Nvidia GeFeS GTX 1060 GPU. Have offered solid performance (though you will lose VR-preparation on cheap models).

But $ 1,399 provides uniform specs in its initial configuration and adds Tobii i-tracking. V17’s performance is strong (though not as good as Leopard Pro) and it has a comfortable keyboard. But you have to appreciate your more conservative design, RGB will live without. The backlit keyboard and Uninstall Bloatware in large amounts.

Leopard Pro has its own screen and more customizable designs – especially RGB wins the keyboard. But in order to buy it, you have to decide whether it is priced to pay $ 200 more than the opponent. With the same components of those features.

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