MSI GT73EVR 7RE Titanium Driver for Windows

MSI GT73EVR 7RE Titanium Driver for Windows

MSI GT73EVR 7RE-839 Titanium Windows Driver 64-bit. The MSI GT73EVR 7RE is very powerful, nothing to say. I like that pre-installed software is few and useful (you just have to uninstall the usual Norton and Office in the test). It must be made clear, however, that the laptop has a QUERTZ keyboard that is not listed anywhere on the product page! For me it changes little in the sense that I know where to click and I just switched from Windows settings to American keyboard, but for many this could be a problem (quickly solvable by connecting a second keyboard). Other unspecified thing is that ssd is missing, this is the model with single hdd from 1Tb to 7200rpm which is fine but obviously feel the loading times and finally maybe just notice really sore is the monitor which is particularly sloppy, given the shallow depth of the blacks.

I'd say it's a full-hd tn (but it's not specified anywhere) of mid-level that adjusts a bit with the color calibration of windows but has very poor viewing angles. It should be said that for this figure (1300 euros) it is no better with i7 7gen and gtx1060 so the defects listed above can be safely repaired later by installing ssd, with good external monitor and want external keyboard. When you're ready to compromise, one of the best purchases of the moment is. It should be said that for this figure (1300 euros) it is no better with i7 7gen and gtx graphic card so the defects listed above can be safely repaired later by installing ssd, with good external monitor and want external keyboard. When you're ready to compromise, one of the best purchases of the moment is. It should be said that for this figure, it is no better with i7 7gen and gtx so the defects listed above can be safely repaired later by installing ssd, with good external monitor and want external keyboard. When you're ready to compromise, one of the best purchases of the moment is.

MSI GT73EVR 7RE Titanium Driver for Windows


Unfortunately, I noticed a few things that are not great about the MSI GT73EVR 7RE gaming laptop.
1. The surfaces of the laptop get dirty extremely quickly and cannot be removed. I have no idea how they got so dirty and after a few days.
2. The battery drains extremely quickly and only with simple surfing on the Internet. Just 1 1/2 hours without hanging from the socket! That’s something. I set the brightness to 25%.
3. The MSI GT73EVR 7RE sound quality is not really the best, which I think is a shame.
4. You can argue about the touchpad, but often when I just want to scroll up or down, it changes the zoom of the page. What it is supposed to do, but often it doesn't make a distinction between what is scrolling and zooming.
5. It takes forever to start up. With a new laptop, I already think that I can boot up and start without having to wait 5 minutes for the laptop to be ready. I'm used to that from laptops that have been in operation for 3 years or more, but not a few days.
6. The keyboard doesn't really take much. After only six months the keyboard is in the can. I didn't really use it that much, but my spacebar and enter keys don't work as they should.

After 1 1/2 years, many keys no longer work, although I don't actually use the keyboard much. The battery cable that was sent with it. Because it burned down! It broke my laptop a bit and I had to order a new cable, which is quite rare on the market and also expensive.


MSI GT73EVR 7RE Windows 64-bit Driver Download: