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The MSI Katana GF76 has its charms, and its issues. It has powerful, modern components, and runs games very well at high settings. Above all else, that's what a gaming laptop needs to do. However, its bulky design, inconsistent performance and extreme hea...
Reasonable price, Good components, Solid in-game performance
Uninspired design, So-so overall performance, Can get extremely hot and loud
In review: MSI Katana GF76. Test device provided by MSI.The MSI Katana GF76 gaming laptop, which has a rather restrained look, is convincing on paper with its fast CPU and good GPU. In practice, however, it misses the mark a bit in terms of performance.Ne...
fast Tiger Lake CPU, upgradeable SSD and RAM, compact dimensions for a 17.3-inch device, fast WLAN
GPU potential not exploited, no Thunderbolt or DisplayPort, display shows various weaknesses, moderate battery life
Before we conclude this review, we would like to remind you that this is one of the most affordable 17-inch gaming notebooks out there. Namely, one that has both Intel's and NVIDIA's latest technology inside. Having a low price is a double-edged sword, th...
Competitively priced, Two SODIMM slots, and up to two M.2 PCIe x4 slot, Rigid structure, Lacks PWM (AUO B173HAN04.9), 144Hz refresh rate (AUO B173HAN04.9)
51% sRGB coverage (AUO B173HAN04.9), Slow pixel response times and low maximum brightness (AUO B173HAN04.9), No SD card reader and Thunderbolt 4, Runs hot, Unimpressive battery life
MSI unveils their latest lineup of laptops, powered by the latest Intel ® 11 th Gen H series processors and NVIDIA ® GeForce RTX™ 3080 graphics. With “Tech Meets Aesthetic”, the laptops continue the company's trend of producing top-tier, powerful machines...