A Titan in more than just name
MSI GT75VR 7RF Titan Pro A super powerful gaming laptop bogged down by chunky design, noisy fans, and steep price.
are poor, typical for a TN screen. That said, most gamers will probably care more about the 120Hz refresh rate than color reproduction.
One standout feature is support for 10Gbps ethernet, courtesy of the Aquantia AQtion 10Gbit Network Adapter. This is a first for a laptop. Then, there’s the SteelSeries rapid rGB mechanical keyboard, which may just be one of the best parts of this laptop. It uses lowprofile Kailh switches, and you get up to 3.4mm of total key travel distance. The keyboard feels great, and there’s a nice clicky feel to the switches.
The 512GB NVMe PCIe SSDs in rAID 0 provides blazing- fast storage performance, with speedy sequential read and write speeds, so nearly every aspect of the laptop comes tuned for top-notch performance.
However, these luxuries come at a price, and the Titan Pro is awfully thick and heavy. It measures 58mm thick and weighs 4.56kg. Battery life isn’t great either, so you’ll need its huge power adapter with you at all times if you do try to bring it with you beyond your desk.
Another gripe we have is how noisy the fans are. The cooling system does its job well, but the fans are so loud they actually get in the way of voice chat in Discord or Skype
The Titan Pro supports output to three external 4k displays.