Dear all,

Thank you for making me a part of your forum. I am new to Fedora , but I have seen it in action together with a classmate. I am going to buy a new laptop (MSI GP72M 7REX-1245NL Leopard Pro ) and I would much appreciate any opinions on the compatibility of the latest release of Fedora with this hardware.

Here are more details specs of the laptop:

CPU: Intel 7th Gen. KabyLake Core i7-7700HQ, 4C/8T, Max 3,8GHz.(Base 2,8GHz), 6MB Cache
Chipset: Intel HM175
RAM: 16GB DDR4 2400MHz. Total 2 Slot, 0 free . Max 32GB
Cooling: Cooler Boost 4, Dual Cooling System, with 2 fans and 6 heatpipes for CPU/GPU/CS
Display: TFT 15,6" LED, eDP, 16:9, Full HD, Native Resolution 1920x1080, Anti-Glare
VGA: nVidia GeForce GTX 1050, 2GB Video RAM GDDR5
SSD: 256GB M.2 SATA3. Interface M.2 supports NVMe SSD on PCI-E x4 (v3) or SATA3 SSD
HDD: 1TB SATA3 5400rpm
LAN: Killer E2400 Gigabit Gaming Ethernet LAN with stream detect 2.0 and Killer Shield
Wireless: 802.11ac WiFi up to 433Mbps
Bluetooth: Bluetooth V4.2.
Keyboard: SteelSeries 103Keys (Latin Letters on keys). Full color RGB LED backlight. Programmable keys. Silver Lining Printed Keys. SteelSeries Engine 3 for KB management
Mouse: Clickpad Multitouch with Scroll function
Audio: Nahimic2+ Audio Enhancer. Exclusive Audio Boost 2 technology
Speakers: 4x2W
WebCam: Built-In Web Camera HD (30fps @ 720p)
I/O: DC In, HDMI (v1.4a) support 4K out, Mini Display Port (v1.2) support 4K out @ 60Hz, 1x USB2.0, 2x USB3.0 type A, 1x USB3.0 type C, RJ45 (LAN), Headphone out /Mic In, SD (XC/HC) Card Reader 4in1
Operating System: Windows 10 Home
S/W: MSI System Control Manager, MSI BurnRecovery, MSI Remind Manager,
MSI Battery Calibration, MSI Social Media Collection, MSI Dragon Gaming Center, MSI Sizing Option, MSI Boot Configure, Nahimic Audio Enhancer Sound effect, Microsoft Office 2013(trial 30 days), MS Fresh Paint (Metro), Killer Network Manager, WTFast