MSI TurboBook GX600 Gaming Notebook Review

Posted: May 12 2008, 3:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 8:02am CDT, in News | Review Ticker

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Overclock3D published a review of the MSI TurboBook GX600 gaming notebook.

Quote from the review: "There's no denying that the MSI GX600 Turbobook is one fast notebook. Sure it might not have the unadulterated power of SLI found in some gaming notebooks, but with an Intel Core 2 Duo T8300 "Penryn" combined with 3GB RAM and a reasonably powerful 8600M GT 512mb GPU, the GX600 is more than capable of playing the latest games at its native resolution of 1280x800 with medium detail settings and filtering disabled. The ability to overclock the GX600 adds some flexibility and a bit of excitement into owning a notebook, and with MSI's "Turbo Drive Engine" technology, you can literally overclock the notebook at the touch of a button. "
Read the full review on Overclock3d. MSI launched the GX600 last summer. See also the first informations of the new MSI GX600X.

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