MSI GP72 Leopard Pro - GTX 960M

GP72 6QF-465AU
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Windows® 10 Home

(option for Windows 10 Pro or Windows 7 Professional)

17.3" FHD 1920x1080 resolution screen, i7-6700HQ processor, GTX 960M 2GB graphics card, Now 16GB DDR4 2133MHz RAM with bonus upgrade, 128GB M.2 SSD (Solid State Drive) and 1TB 7200rpm Hard Drive, DVD drive

Bonus 8GB now 16GB RAM

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GTX 960M 2GB Graphics

The MSi GP72 Leopard Pro has the NVIDIA Geforce GTX 960M Series which brings extreme, next-generation graphics performance to serious gaming notebooks. As the first graphics solution to reach a score almost 5,750 in 3DMark 11, the GeForce GTX 960M delivers extremely fast and fluid gameplay at the highest settings and resolutions in a lightweight and portable design.

Killer™ Gaming LAN – Protect your PING

In the gaming battlefield, speed defines the winner. Stop losing games to lag with Killer Gaming Lan. The advanced stream detect 2.0 of the upgraded Killer E2400 chipset protects networking traffic and prevents lag spikes through controlling and managing up to 6 priority levels. You can game without fear and play at your best while tracking your speeds with the easy-to-use Killer Networking Manager.

Exclusive Cooler Boost technology

MSI's exclusive Cooler Boost Technology provides powerful cooling design by boosting the airflow, maintaining the notebook and chipsets at a 5%~10% temperature lower. No matter how intense your game or work gets for a long time, the Cooler Boost technology always keep it cool.

Keyboard - Sliver-Lining Print

See more and do more in the night with high-grade silver lining printed keys on the SteelSeries single color backlighting keyboard and enjoy longer lasting keys worry free of long-term wear and tear.

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Delivery - free insured delivery

Item is sent direct to you by insured delivery by road from our wholesaler in Melbourne.

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