How to Choose the Right MSI Raider GE76 Laptop

Thursday, June 23, 2022 • 1:40 EDT

That said, the purpose of this review isn’t only to reveal how well 12th Gen Intel chips compare against their rivals, but to see where the MSI Raider GE76 lands among a crowded field of gaming rigs. I can’t introduce the Raider without mentioning its claim to fame as one of the first systems to use Intel’s 12th Gen Alder Lake processors. Enter the MSI Raider GE76 12U, a monstrous laptop that says to hell with portability in favor of raw power, sustained performance, and a lovely assortment of ports. Let’s remember, though, that while the GE76 was the showcase device for Intel’s latest chips, it’s not the only gaming laptop using them. It’s big, heavy, and appropriately brash—the sort of thing you’d expect from a gaming laptop that promises to be the “pinnacle of performance.” I’m happy to report that, after using the Raider GE76 (we’re dropping the 12U for the rest of the review) as my daily laptop and gaming rig for the past several weeks, it mostly lives up to the billing. That’s fast. If the Raider were a car, It’d be American muscle. On the Shadow of the Tomb Raider benchmark, the Raider GE76 boosted to 150 fps, enough to get the most out of a 144Hz monitor. ( Continue reading.

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