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MSI GE76 Online Review


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This one is a beast of a laptop with the Intel 12th gen.

 

Really wanted to get one soon but its not available anywhere 😕

MSI GE76 Intel i7 12700H, RTX 3070Ti, 17.3" FHD, 32GB RAM, 1TB NVME, 4TB SSD, 4TB HDD

CLEVO P775TM1-G Intel i7 8700K (Delidded), GTX 1080 MXM, 17.3" FHD G-Sync, 32GB RAM, 3TB NVME

MSI GF65 Intel i5 10500H, RTX 3060, 15.6" FHD, 16GB RAM, 1TB NVME

ASUS ROG G701VI Intel i7 6700HQ, GTX 1080, 17.3" FHD G-Sync, 32GB RAM, 2TB NVME

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Whooot in germany you can buy them...

To be honest it is a beast but they use traditional cooling with paste with this hardware LM and vapor champer would be a better choice. in my opinion, they have given away potential for this lady.

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1. Desktop Gaming RIG | AMD 5900X with MSI MAG Coreliquid P360 | MSI MEG X570S Ace Max | 32 GB TeamGroup-UD4-3200@3733 1,45V | M.2_1 SPATIUM M480 PCIe 4.0 NVMe M.2 1TB | AMD RX 6900 XT | Lian Li O11D XL with 10 Fan setup | 3 bottom (in-take) | 3 top (in-take) | 3 side (out-take | 1 back (out.take)
2. Mobile Gaming | GE76 Raider 11UH-208 UK with BOE CQ NE173QHM-NZ1 WQHD 240Hz

3. MSI GS63VR 6RF Stealth
4. MSI GE73VR 7RF Raider with 4K Screen

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37 minutes ago, JeanLegi said:

Whooot in germany you can buy them...

To be honest it is a beast but they use traditional cooling with paste with this hardware LM and vapor champer would be a better choice. in my opinion, they have given away potential for this lady.

I have heard that the models with i9 this year have a phase-change liquid metal pad. A vapor chamber would be nice but even an extra heatpipe on the CPU side would have helped. I also read that some others have installed Honeywell PTM7950 to good effect. If I had to guess, a good self-install might still do better than a factory paste job in some cases.

 

Another user who got a GE76 with 12700H was saying that changing the turbo multiplier in the advanced bios were not sticking, which is sad if true as it would be nice to take it to 5ghz on light to mid usage so it can match the 12900H/HK in those scenarios. I do believe undervolting should be possible on the 12700H despite some other users claims.

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You can't run the 12900HK with OC it is running in the GE76 at maximum what cooling makes possible... GT Series needs a revival 😄

cheerio

jp

1. Desktop Gaming RIG | AMD 5900X with MSI MAG Coreliquid P360 | MSI MEG X570S Ace Max | 32 GB TeamGroup-UD4-3200@3733 1,45V | M.2_1 SPATIUM M480 PCIe 4.0 NVMe M.2 1TB | AMD RX 6900 XT | Lian Li O11D XL with 10 Fan setup | 3 bottom (in-take) | 3 top (in-take) | 3 side (out-take | 1 back (out.take)
2. Mobile Gaming | GE76 Raider 11UH-208 UK with BOE CQ NE173QHM-NZ1 WQHD 240Hz

3. MSI GS63VR 6RF Stealth
4. MSI GE73VR 7RF Raider with 4K Screen

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GenTechPC recently posted a review and teardown of 15" GE66 (12900HK/3080Ti) showing the paste which was uneven may be because of the bad application or thermal pads size.

 

If the same is with GE76 then a repaste will hopefully help with better cooling

 

Heatsink removal at 11:10

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zudstigL6T4

 

MSI GE76 Intel i7 12700H, RTX 3070Ti, 17.3" FHD, 32GB RAM, 1TB NVME, 4TB SSD, 4TB HDD

CLEVO P775TM1-G Intel i7 8700K (Delidded), GTX 1080 MXM, 17.3" FHD G-Sync, 32GB RAM, 3TB NVME

MSI GF65 Intel i5 10500H, RTX 3060, 15.6" FHD, 16GB RAM, 1TB NVME

ASUS ROG G701VI Intel i7 6700HQ, GTX 1080, 17.3" FHD G-Sync, 32GB RAM, 2TB NVME

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  • 1 month later...
  • 4 weeks later...

My firm recently purchased two GE76 12UGS-033CA adding to their apparent love of MSI laptops.

 

Our current inventory of MSI Raiders:

  • 1x GE75 Raider 10SFS
  • 3x GE76 Raider 11UG
  • 2x GP66 Raider 11UH
  • 2x GE76 Raider 12UGS

Now while this isn't my first choice for an office setting with the main workload being CAD/renders, our team seems to like them. I haven't had any time to mess around with these yet, but some of them will be due for a maintenance appointment with me.

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