|Standing screen display size||15.6 Inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1920x1080 Pixels|
|Memory Speed||2400 MHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||6 GB|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||3|
MSI GS65 Stealth THIN-050 15.6" Gaming Laptop - 144Hz 7ms, Ultra Thin, i7-8750H (6 cores), GTX 1060 6G, 16GB RAM, 512G NVMe SSD, Win 10 Pro, RGB Keys, Black w/ Gold Diamond Cut
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- Display: 15.6" FHD, Anti-Glare Wide View Angle 144Hz 7ms 72%NTSC | Operating System: Win 10 PRO
- Processor: Core i7-8750H Hexa-Core (6 Cores) 2.2 - 4.1GHz
- Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX1060 6G GDDR5
- Memory (RAM): 16GB (8G*2) DDR4 2400MHz 2 Sockets; Max Memory 32GB | Storage: 512GB NVMe SSD
- Special Features: VR Ready | Matte Black with Gold Diamond cut | Killer Gaming Network E2500 | Steel Series per-Key RGB with Anti-Ghost key (84 Key) | Thunderbolt 3*1
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|Computer Memory Size||16 GB||16 GB||16 GB||16 GB||16 GB|
|CPU Model Manufacturer||Intel||Intel||Intel||Intel||Intel|
|CPU Speed||3.9 GHz||2.6 GHz||4.5 GHz||4.5 GHz||4.5 GHz|
|Display Resolution Maximum||1920x1080 pixels||1920 x 1080 pixels||1920 x 1080||1920 x 1080 pixels||1920 x 1080 pixels|
|Screen Size||15.6 inches||15.6 inches||15.6 inches||15.6 inches||15.6 inches|
|Hard Disk Size||512 GB||—||512 GB||—||1 TB|
|Item Dimensions||14.08 x 9.75 x 0.69 inches||14.17 x 9.65 x 0.71 inches||14.23 x 10.01 x 0.90 inches||13.98 x 0.78 x 9.25 inches||14.17 x 9.92 x 0.78 inches|
|Item Weight||4.14 lbs||4.63 lbs||5.29 lbs||—||4.39 lbs|
|Operating System||Windows 10 Home||Windows 10 Pro||Windows 10 Home||Windows 10||Windows 10 Home|
|RAM Type||Unknown||DDR4 SDRAM||DDR4 SDRAM||DDR4 SDRAM||DDR4 SDRAM|
|Wireless Communication Standard||802.11g||802.11ax||802.11ac||802.11a/b/g/n/ac||Bluetooth, 802.11b/n/ac|
MSI GS65 Stealth THIN-050 15.6" 144Hz 7ms Ultra Thin 4.9mm bezel gaming Laptop 8th Gen Intel Core i7-8750H (6 cores) GTX 1060 6G, 16GB 512GB NVMe SSD matte black with gold Diamond cut, per Key RGB KB.
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To put it simply, the laptop started manifesting problems almost right away. The audio from the speakers would fade away as I would switch from earphones to the computer's native speakers. It just wouldn't produce any sound. I would roll back the drivers, update again, install new ones, pretty much every trick in the book, including a factory reset. And it would work, until it finally didn't. That's when things got nutty - the speakers went from no sound at all, to a garbled, tinny, reverbed, distorted mess. It was awful.
So I call up MSI customer support for a repair. Ok, fine. The Amazon return date was up? Not to worry - surely, MSI's warranty was beefy enough to match the price and brand prestige. I knew something was up when I called in to their support line and was asked to pay shipping. And yeah, the problem manifested AGAIN after the "repair." No sound, and then a garbled mess. I even did a factory reset, and the problem persisted. That should tell you the problem is with the hardware.
At this point, I am annoyed - I just spent more money on a computer than I ever did, and I was dealing with persistent, basic problems. So I asked MSI for a replacement. No can do. Warranty doesn't cover replacements. Only repairs. UGH.
I sent it back in, for a second repair. Guess what happened? The problem manifested AGAIN. This is a defective machine, period. But will MSI stand by their product and do the right thing, nope! Sorry - the warranty only covers repairs. And so, if we had it MSI's way, we would be caught in an infinite loop of problem-repair-problem-repair, for ever (or until the warranty runs out).
So let this be a lesson to all of you. Never buy MSI. Their policies suck, and their computers are lousy. I am stuck with $2000 paper weight, as far as I am concerned. I will have to look into some legal action. As a resident of California, perhaps the Lemon Law will protect me.
Never. Buy. MSI.
Pros: Extremely thin and light! I was very happy with the size, which is considerably smaller than my previous HP Pavilion, and probably half the weight. However, despite being light, the weight is proportioned perfectly. When using one hand to open the laptop, the bottom is heavy enough to not be lifted up with the screen.
Design! Not going to lie, the gold bezel is pretty snazzy. It's sleek and looks even spiffier than a MacBook. I also prefer the gold MSI dragon emblem to a backlit one.
Specs! This is my first gaming laptop, and it plays all of the titles I want without any issue. I'm not super picky about all the details, but it's a quality setup. You can play probably just about any of your favorite games on standard or even highest settings no problem!
Speed! This is a beast of a laptop. Maybe it's because I haven't gotten a new laptop in a while, but from a complete shutdown to completely on, it's maybe 10-20 seconds. That's quick in my personal experience. Everything goes from black and dead to 100% in a very short amount of time!
Settings! You can easily adjust most of your settings from Dragon Center; fans, color/display, keyboard. FN will also highlight some easy, quick selections like keyboard colors, opening Dragon Center, disable trackpad, screen display, webcam, etc.
Cons: Keyboard! This is just a personal nitpick, but the font of the keys looks like the 2002 Spider-Man Movie font. The backlit RGB keys are a cool feature, but one I haven't used much so far.
Speakers! I'm not sure if it's just mine, but the speakers occasionally don't work without headphones unless I shutdown and restart.
SSD Size! I got the 256GB version. I probably should have looked into it more, but the 256GB is essentially split in half between writeable date (c:) and backup (d:). So you really only have about 150GB at default. I will edit my review if I can figure out how to change the hard drive partitions, or upgrade the SSD.
Throttling! Once you hit about 30% battery life, a AAA title (in my case, Batman: Arkham Knight) on the highest settings will start throttling majorly. Lots of lag and slow response from the computer. However, the moment you plug it back in, your game will be back to its visually stunning, 60fps self. So far, it hasn't been an issue, but just don't expect to be gaming for 5 hours straight on this thing.
Fans and heat! Thankfully you can choose your options for how loud the fans can be, but if running a AAA title, you'll probably want to set it to "Cooler Boost," which is incredibly loud but keeps your laptop at a decent level of heat (65 C on average). Still, it's a little off-putting when you have your game drowned out by the sound of a noticeably loud whirring of laptop fans.
Overall, I am pretty satisfied with my purchase. $1,800 is a good amount of money, but I do believe it will last me a while and I will get plenty of use out of it. Just be wary of the storage, since you'll either want to get the 512GB model for $300 more, or install 1TB SSD yourself for $250. Most of the things I mentioned I can get over, but this is obviously not THE perfect laptop. You're still getting great value for your money!
(It can get hot when playing, but I keep it on a desk at all times on top of this cooling pad and it really helps to keep it cool: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00NNMB3KS/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1 )
This is a huge upgrade from my cruddy Macbook pro 13' that i bought just last year. Goodbye apple!
The two con to me are the speakers and the build quality around the power button. I'm ok with the speakers not being great since I mostly plug in headphones.
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The support takes weeks in the best case. I thought MSI had a good reputation for hardware, but this machine has proven me wrong.
Sleek, very sleek...