MSI GP62MVR 7RFX(Intel i7 Quad Core / 8GB DDR4 / 128GB SSD / GTX 1060 3GB / RGB Keyboard) + FREE MSI Bundle Pack £899.97 Delivered @ Box
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MSI GP62MVR 7RFX(Intel i7 Quad Core / 8GB DDR4 / 128GB SSD / GTX 1060 3GB / RGB Keyboard) + FREE MSI Bundle Pack £899.97 Delivered @ Box

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Found 6th Apr
Fantastic price for this to be honest. If you are looking for no compromise in specs; on a gaming laptop, this may fit the bill

The laptop also comes with a Free MSI Bundle Pack which includes a mouse, bag and mouse mat (£119 Extra Value)

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MSI GP62MVR 7RFX(Leopard Pro)-880UK
  • Intel Core i7-7700HQ Quad Core Processor
  • 15.6" Full HD Screen
  • Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit
  • 8GB DDR4 RAM
  • 128GB M.2 SSD Combo (NVMe Ple Gen 3x4 /SATA) + 1000GB 7200RPM HDD
  • Dedicated GeForce GTX 1060 3GB Graphics
  • USB3 | HDMI | Bluetooth | DisplayPort
  • Full Colour Backlit Keyboard

Experience revolutionary performance with the MSI GP62MVR 7RFX(Leopard Pro)-880UK (pn: 9S7-16JB92-880). Featuring top of the range components, The MSI GP62MVR 7RFX(Leopard Pro)-880UK (pn: 9S7-16JB92-880) is the perfect choice for the power user or demanding gamer.

The MSI GP62MVR 7RFX(Leopard Pro)-880UK (pn: 9S7-16JB92-880) is designed to carry out the most demanding tasks without slowing down. The efficient 7th Gen Intel Core i5 Quad Core processor makes light work of the most demanding applications, all while utilising less power than previous generations, and the MSI GP62MVR 7RFX(Leopard Pro)-880UK (pn: 9S7-16JB92-880)'s dedicated GeForce GTX 1060 graphics chipset provides a solid edge over other competitors when gaming.
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    I have a similar MSI laptop GE62VR 7RF which seems the same except 16GB ram rather then 8GB. It is great and runs pretty everything on max and can do VR as well. It has a great keyboard and screen, battery life is middling and will last about 3 hours for movie watching with optimus enabled, don't even think about playing games (using the GPU) on the battery. Touch pad is fine, but wierd texture spoils it. Putting a sticker over the top solves this though.

    For it's class, it is relatively light compared to similarly specced competitors. It has a DVD drive bay, which I have changed to be a HDD caddy to expand the storage.

    Login screen takes about 2 seconds to reach!

    Be aware it is the 3GB version of the 1060 GPU. Which for most things makes very little difference, but some games like Tomb Raider and GTA V you have dial stuff back a bit to get within the 3GB. It also runs slightly slower then the 6GB version.

    Let me know if you have any other questions I may help wiith
    Edited by: "moogaloo" 6th Apr
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    I have a similar MSI laptop GE62VR 7RF which seems the same except 16GB ram rather then 8GB. It is great and runs pretty everything on max and can do VR as well. It has a great keyboard and screen, battery life is middling and will last about 3 hours for movie watching with optimus enabled, don't even think about playing games (using the GPU) on the battery. Touch pad is fine, but wierd texture spoils it. Putting a sticker over the top solves this though.

    For it's class, it is relatively light compared to similarly specced competitors. It has a DVD drive bay, which I have changed to be a HDD caddy to expand the storage.

    Login screen takes about 2 seconds to reach!

    Be aware it is the 3GB version of the 1060 GPU. Which for most things makes very little difference, but some games like Tomb Raider and GTA V you have dial stuff back a bit to get within the 3GB. It also runs slightly slower then the 6GB version.

    Let me know if you have any other questions I may help wiith
    Edited by: "moogaloo" 6th Apr
    Wierd Specs say i7-7700HQ, but description talks about an i5?
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    moogaloo1 h, 37 m ago

    Wierd Specs say i7-7700HQ, but description talks about an i5?


    Could be a typo - the part number is 9S7-16JB92-880 Which ties to the i7 model.
    I THINK the i5 version has a 1050, as opposed to the i7 / 1060 set up.
    Edited by: "NeoTrix" 6th Apr
    With all these gaming laptop deals lately. It's hard to convince myself I don't need them.
    I got a slightly out of date gaming pc that collects dust other than work. That's my excuse not to buy a laptop. but man, the want is becoming difficult to ignore!
    I got an MSI laptop last week. Similar specs. The 7700hq with the 1050ti and I love it. Ironically I've not played a single pc game on it but things like pcsx2 and dolphin run like butter in 1080p and even above ( via TV out).
    kristianity773 h, 48 m ago

    I got an MSI laptop last week. Similar specs. The 7700hq with the 1050ti …I got an MSI laptop last week. Similar specs. The 7700hq with the 1050ti and I love it. Ironically I've not played a single pc game on it but things like pcsx2 and dolphin run like butter in 1080p and even above ( via TV out).


    Have you tried cemu?
    Tempted, but any others to consider for the money or similar money?
    ganon17 h, 2 m ago

    Have you tried cemu?


    I have yes but only Mario kart and Zelda. Both work pretty much perfectly at 1080p and even with the higher Res texture packs. It does struggle above 1080p however.
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