MSI GT70 2OL -The Latest 3D CAD & Modeling Laptop

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MSI, a global leader in PC components, notebooks, and much more, has recently introduced a new laptop dedicated to CAD and design computing. Sporting some serious power under the hood, the GT MSI GT70 2OL is not messing around, making it an attractive option for those who need to design on the go.

MSI was recently introduced MSI GT70 2OL CAD Laptop – one of the most high-speed 3D computing laptops. To accelerate computer graphics design process, MSI optimize hardware & software compatibility by configuring NVIDIA Quadro K4100M graphics cards, Intel the 4th Gen Core i7 processor, Windows 8 Pro/ Windows 7 Professional operating system, Super RAID 2, Cooler Boost 2, supports up to 4 monitors display and certificated by Autodesk, Solidworks. GT70 2OL provides better stability and improved working efficiency.

Quadro K4100M DDR5 4GB Graphics Card
Compared to last generation, Quadro K4100M graphics cards have more CUDA cores and increase the memory bandwidth significantly, which allowing 3D CAD engineers set up larger, more complex scenes and characters in a shorter time.

Super Raid 2- Speed Up Large Files Read- Write Rate
The Super RAID 2 adopts 3 mSATA SSD to achieve 1500 Mb/Sec while reading files. Accelerate system startup, shutdown, applications or files loading and transcoding efficiency. In addition, users can save large video and images in the extra high-speed 2.5-inch storage.

Exclusive Cooler Boost 2 Provides The Best System Stability
The Cooler Boost 2 cooling technology provides the best thermal durability and system stability by using a smart, quiet, and highly efficient single fan, one-touch cooling solution. This design effectively lowers 25% of noise, and also increases cooling performance up to 15%.

Source: MSI Global

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