MSI has recently unveiled a pair of ultra schmexy gaming laptops packing some serious computing power. Now if we could only get them to let us review one, or two.
Taipei, Taiwan– MSI once again made breakthroughs in cutting-edge gaming notebooks. MSI has always been developing high performance notebooks. Its latest gaming laptop—GX70 and GX60 Destroyer, offer game enthusiasts the best experiences of both performance and affordability. The MSI GX70 and GX60 Destroyer pack with the latest generation of AMD’s extreme mobile graphics card R9-M290X, high performance AMD A10-5750M quad core APU architecture, built-in HD8650G performance-grade DirectX11 for superior video resolution, and the top 3-screen output experience Eyefinity.
With a special packing and a game bundled, the MSI GX70 and GX60 Destroyer come with a limited Battlefield 4 edition. Users can redeem a free Battlefield 4 game! With the A10-5750M processor and R9-M290X display card, the GX70 and GX60 Destroyer runs at 32 more Frames Per Second (FPS) even when at full HD and using Ultra settings in Battlefield 4 gaming, that giving you a smoother game and superior price to performance ratio.
More power to gamers
Eric Kuo, vice president for global sales& marketing, MSI Notebook, pointed out that there is no question that the upgraded GX70 and GX60 Destroyer being promoted by MSI, has the best price to performance ratio of any serious gaming notebook in the world today. In addition to AMD’s top end R9-M290X 2GB discrete graphics card, and MSI’s Eyefinity triple screen output, it also sports a SteelSeries keyboard designed specifically with the extreme gamer in mind, a Killer Gaming Networking card, Audio Boost with AMP and a gold-plated earphone jack for unmatched signal and sound quality, as well as up to 16GB of primary memory.
Better performance and gaming experience
New generation AMD R9-M290X 2GB top graphics
MSI’s new GX70/GX60 Destroyer gaming laptop packs the latest high-end AMD R9-M290X top level gaming discrete graphics card with 256-bit memory bandwidth and 2GB GDDR5 memory capacity design and supports ultra-high quality resolution DirectX 11, racking up over P5100 points on the 3D Mark 11 DirectX11 special effects performance test with latest AMD Catalyst 13.12 version of graphics drivers.
In addition, it plays load-heavy 3D games as silky smooth even when set to “Ultra Detail” and Full HD resolution. With the A10-5750M processor and R9-M290X display card, the GX70/GX60 Destroyer runs at 33 more Frames Per Second (FPS) even when at full HD and using Ultra settings in Battlefield 4 gaming, that giving you a smoother game and superior price to performance ratio.