MSI GP76 Leopard 10UG: Maximum performance for the mobile RTX 3070
The loud call for a transparent presentation of the respective GPU performance has paid off for prospective buyers. This makes it much easier to compare laptops on paper, for example, when a mobile RTX 3070 is used in two devices.
The MSI GP76 Leopard 10UG was able to show in our test the extra performance that can be expected when the installed Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 is running at the maximum possible 140 watts instead of 95 watts, for example.
Frame rates increase by up to 20% in our gaming tests, a significant improvement. This makes content look even smoother on the GP76's 144 Hz display, and there are also more options in another direction.
Cooling is good in the rather large case of the 17-inch laptop. Not only does this allow for long gaming sessions without performance drops, but it also provides the option to play games at a lower noise level at the expense of fps.
Many titles run smoothly at high graphics settings even in the MSI GP76's Silence or Balanced mode. As a result, the fans don't have to run at their maximum speed all the time, avoiding the associated high noise levels.
Another plus point is that the spacious case allows the installation of speakers that are very good by laptop standards. Moreover, they also perform well outside of games, for example when watching series.
Our detailed review shows everything else that the MSI GP76 Leopard 10UG has to offer.
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