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  1. Nikaidoboss

    Nikaidoboss Notebook Enthusiast

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    But none of the 1080P 120hz model say they have g-sync but people say there is , people who got it already
     
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    hmscott Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    Some makes have models that have G-sync 120hz, and some don't.

    Some boxes have stickers on them that say 120hz (optional), while the detailed inventory list doesn't show what's in the box.

    You almost need to open the box and power on the unit to tell for sure.

    At least that's how it is until someone can clear up how to identify what's in the box without opening it.

    If the vendor product info page, or seller order info on the website doesn't say G-sync, then it's not G-sync enabled. :)

    Before you buy it (pay for it), verify that the box they are shipping you says the display resolution/refresh you want.

    And, make sure you have it in writing/email that the seller will take it back without restocking/shipping charges should it not have what you expect when you open the box and power it on.
     
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    SoldierRBT Notebook Geek

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    I would like to buy a GT73VR but I'll wait until MSI can clear up about G-Sync. Which is the best website to buy it? I saw that MSI has a free bundle called MSI Dragon Fever promotion when you purchase one of their laptops. Will I receive this free bundle?

    The GT73VR will be my first gaming laptop

    Sorry for my broken English.
     
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  4. Kevin@GenTechPC

    Kevin@GenTechPC Company Representative

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    GT73VR has 120Hz without G-Sync support from Nvidia yet.
    GT72VR has 75Hz with G-Sync.
     
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  5. Nikaidoboss

    Nikaidoboss Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hidevolution confirmed to me that GT73VR has 120HZ G-Sync.
    They said they confirmed this morning
     
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    hmscott Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    That's great news.

    Please come back and let us know how it performs and how you like it :)
     
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  7. Nikaidoboss

    Nikaidoboss Notebook Enthusiast

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    I am talking about GT73VR not the Clevo.
    They said they physically opened it and checked for G-Sync
     
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    Let us know how it performs =)
     
  9. Juhziz27

    Juhziz27 Newbie

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    120hz + G-sync sounds nice

    but we know that 1070 and 1080 is capable of running 4k games smooth
    but i dont think the 4k panels get 120hz? i dont even know if something like that exist

    1070/80 looks an overkill for 1080p screens

    so prefering the 4k is better? or am i wrong
     
  10. Nikaidoboss

    Nikaidoboss Notebook Enthusiast

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    Well from my point of view.
    If you like to run everything on MAX.
    1080 is just about right for 120hz screens because you need to keep the fps at stable 90+
    If you are on 60hz screens then the 1080 is overkill
    plus you buy the laptop for future proofing , you dont want to buy something barely good now to have games destroy it 1-2 years from now
     
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