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MSI GP60 2PE Leopard Realtek Card Reader Driver
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MSI GP60 2PE Leopard Realtek Card Reader Driver
Inside the notebook comes protected inside a plastic bag and then a cloth liner to prevent marks and scratches during transport, further more a soft-touch layer sits between the keyboard and screen to ensure the notebook arrives with you in the same way that it left the factory. A series of MSI GP60 2PE Leopard Realtek Card Reader, manuals, warranty paper work followed by a driver CD and regional power adaptor round off the GP70 package.
Even though this system has a bigger display than the GS60 Ghost Pro which we recently looked at, the Leopard width and depth wise is not much different.
Anti-glare displays are starting to become a more popular option for notebook displays, eliminating the reflection that is typically found on a glossy panel. Built in to a On the back of the display is the only indication that this is a gaming system.
Set into MSI GP60 2PE Leopard Realtek Card Reader plastic frame is an MSI badge with the gaming series logo below. Unlike the GS60 the badge sadly does not light up when the system is on, it should have been nice to see it here, but even as a small addition, lighting up the badge does come with a price tag — even if it is small.
Whilst using the GP70, purely by chance I made a discovery which has stumped me a little.
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If we look closely at the USB port and the VGA and Ethernet ports as well for that matter we can see that they are in fact upside down. I have quizzed MSI as to why these ports are upside down and I am waiting on a response.
Perhaps someone made a mistake whilst designing the notebook in the first instance? A webcam is another feature that we expect to see on any notebook system these days, although whilst a large number of these give a just-do image, MSI ensures that their gaming notebooks offer more than a just-do feed with a p sensor in their cameras.
The keyboard for any gamer is almost certainly one of the most important parts of a gaming system. Rest assured though that I have spoken to a pair of professional gamers in the past who can confidently say that they are happy with the Steelseries keyboards that are found on these notebooks. Backlit keyboards are, like a number of other features, becoming very popular on notebooks, especially those that are gaming MSI GP60 2PE Leopard Realtek Card Reader.
In order to manage the price point of the GP70 however, there is no lighting to be seen on this board. Running above the keyboard is a row of seven hot keys.
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Below the keyboard, the track pad consists of a recessed area with a series of raised dimples as such which mark out the working area. Compared to the smooth surface of most touchpads, personally this one is not that great to use, the patterned surface I MSI GP60 2PE Leopard Realtek Card Reader has lost its edge so to speak and I feel like I have to correct cursor movements more often than not. Just above the touchpad is a key which disables the pad when an external mouse is being used, eliminating any interference when part of your hand touches the pad during a gaming session for example.
Although the touch pad itself is not to MSI GP60 2PE Leopard Realtek Card Reader taste, the left and right buttons are, on the other hand, quite nice. Although not easily seen in the image below, the button has a glossy finish with a subtle glitter effect embedded into it and MSI GP60 2PE Leopard Realtek Card Reader thin metallic strip running along the back edge.
In front of the button are the system LEDs. Marked on the upper surface and visible from the front where they can be seen when the lid is closed, the LEDs indicate from left to right: On the underside of the system we find a number of small grills through which air can circulate, whilst a removable cover surrounds what appears to be most of the motherboard. If you wish to have more than 8GB of RAM then you are best off in purchasing the notebook with this upgrade already done and still have your shiny warranty still intact should you need it.
At the back of the notebook we have a removable battery something that the GS60 Ghost Pro does not have.
When we come to the battery test later on we will get a clearer idea of how well the battery performs. In addition to the storage devices we also have clear access to the blower fan, making the process of cleaning out dust a lot easier.
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In the front left hand corner under your left hand whilst using the notebook is the secondary storage device. Another key component that helps to boost the systems performance down the line is the memory.
Like the hard drive MSI GP60 2PE Leopard Realtek Card Reader memory, the positioning of the mSATA module is prime for future upgrades, although the GP70 only ships with a maximum of a GB drive from the factory, with mSATA SSDs now shipping with GB capacities, there is the option if you so wish to boost the primary storage after purchase.
I will note, however, that removing the cover on the underside of the notebook will invalidate the systems warranty and any upgrades are done at the owners risk. Lifting the cooler out from the underside of the notebook we can see that MSI use a dual-heatpipe design here with a single heatsink MSI GP60 2PE Leopard Realtek Card Reader blower fan combo to expel heat out the side of the chassis.
The result of this is a card that is ideal for medium-sized notebooks such as this system, offering a sufficient performance to play games at higher detail settings whilst offering up a good amount of battery life at the same time.
Further round the motherboard, close to the primary storage device we find the system battery and MSI GP60 2PE Leopard Realtek Card Reader HM86 chipset. Built solely for the mobile market, the HM86 chipset supports many of the features that we tend to find on the desktop H87 chipset, but with a stronger focus on power consumption and battery life.
Turning the system back the right way up and removing the upper half of the chassis we can get a closer look at a few more of the Leopards key components. In the image we see below, the gap to the left of the chassis would normally be occupied by the cooling system, whilst the larger space to the right hand side is where the optical drive is positioned.