MSI GF75 Thin Gaming Laptop, 17.3″ FHD 144Hz IPS Screen,Intel Core i5-10300H Processor Up to 4.50 GHz, NVIDIA GTX 1650Ti Graphics, 8GB RAM,512GB PCIe SSD, Win10 Home+2weeks SkyCare Support

Description

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$1,279.99
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Features

  • Standing screen display size: ‎17.3 Inches
  • Max Screen Resolution: ‎1920 x 1080 Pixels
  • Processor: ‎2.5 GHz core_i5
  • RAM: ‎8 GB DDR4
  • Memory Speed: ‎4.5 GHz
  • Hard Drive: ‎512 GB SSD
  • Graphics Coprocessor: ‎GeForce GTX 1650Ti
  • Card Description: ‎Dedicated
  • Wireless Type: ‎Bluetooth

Description

  • 10th Gen Intel Core i5-10300H Processor
  • 512GB NVMe Solid State Drive
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650Ti Graphics
  • 1x USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-C3x USB 3.2 Gen 11x HDMI-Out1x Mic-In/Headphone-Out Jack
  • Microsoft Windows 10 Home

User reviews

I love this laptop. Bought it to use as a desktop equivalent as I am a gamer. I have MD and can not always sit at my desk top game. Bought this to use when I want to relax in chair. Works wonderfully!!! I would suggest using headphones as fans get a little loud when gaming but they keep they machine cool. I use headphones to talk with friends so not an issue. I would suggest also using a lap table so it sits on a hard flat surface instead of on legs as it needs ventilation and on legs holes get blocked and it runs hotter.
Before I bought this I did some research on how many fps in valorant using this gpu and cpu. Most of them show 140+ on high settings but Im only getting 55 to 65 fps on low settings.The first time I turned it on the cpu was burning and usage was at 100% but I only had chrome opened.IT'S USELESS
First off, the seller and general overall purchase process was pretty bad. This is labeled as including a 1650ti, after using nvidia inspector and nvidia geforce, dxdiag and cpu-z I can confirm what I received only has a 1650. I spoke with amazon who gave me a promotional balance and also reported the seller for good reason. So beware, and ensure you receive what you paid for!The laptop itself leaves much to be desired for it's $800 price tag and even though I'm just using it for daily leisurely computing I can't imagine using this at a decent frame-rate and quality with any current gen games as mentioned by others. My daily desktop rig has a ryzen 9 3900x and a 2080ti so this is going to be used as a general mobile computing laptop for watching movies and such so it's gaming performance isn't a focus for me. I ordered some crucial RAM and upgraded it to 24gb and it runs plenty fast as expected. I'm also coming from more expensive rigs so this is me being pretty critical for it's bang for the buck. Here are some Pros but everything has caveats given it's price:1. Relatively solid build quality for daily use given it's price tag. Back panel however is cheaply made and a little difficult to remove to install ram or an ssd upgrade.2. High refresh rate display and resolution (will get to it's brightness issues later)3. Decent speeds with an nvme, discrete graphics but requires RAM to be upgraded to at least 16gb4. Can upgrade and add a 2.5 inch ssd, new nvme, more ram (with some caveats)5. Decent value if you ignore these caveats and it doesn't bother youCons:1. Low amount of RAM stock, the GPU for the intel graphics and nvidia graphics need to tap into ram for shared memory at times if you are gaming hard, this means that 8gb of RAM will never be enough with OS overhead, therfore you need to throw around $70+2. Singular back panel that's difficult to get off to upgrade the RAM, you need to use a fixit pry tool to safely remove it, which in my experience risks breaking plastic clips, getting it back on is also annoyingly difficult. Not that difficult for them to have added separate panels above the nvme slots and ram slots which are the two most common things to swap out.3. NVME ssd is a kioxia brand not a name brand, but that's kind of alright given they had to save cost, it lacks a bit in throughput but can be upgraded to say a 970evo, which will have around 30%-40% better overall performance4. The display seems to be on the lower end of brightness nits and colors can seem a little washed out, the resolution and refresh rate is great, but it's very clearly a cheaper panel.5. Windows 10 home instead of Pro, this is a nitpick but working in IT, alot of the management features are missing in win10 home instead of pro, it's a $99 upgrade if you don't use other sources to upgrade the key.So all in all, if I were to do it all over again, I'd say maybe save your money and go upmarket if you actually want a true "gaming" laptop. This design and specs overall leave a lot to be desired, the cpu is high clock speed but lacks cores, the nvme isn't the best and the ram is lacking which you will need to upgrade anyway with an ssd which puts this at around $1k at that point. Also you don't want to have to open the back of this thing repeatedly as it definitely feels as though it's going to break the back panel.User be warned, check your order and thoroughly plan out your purchase with this one.


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MSI GF75 Thin Gaming Laptop, 17.3″ FHD 144Hz IPS Screen,Intel Core i5-10300H Processor Up to 4.50 GHz, NVIDIA GTX 1650Ti Graphics, 8GB RAM,512GB PCIe SSD, Win10 Home+2weeks SkyCare Support

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Description

★★★★★
$1,279.99
Buy now
amazon.com

Features

  • Standing screen display size: ‎17.3 Inches
  • Max Screen Resolution: ‎1920 x 1080 Pixels
  • Processor: ‎2.5 GHz core_i5
  • RAM: ‎8 GB DDR4
  • Memory Speed: ‎4.5 GHz
  • Hard Drive: ‎512 GB SSD
  • Graphics Coprocessor: ‎GeForce GTX 1650Ti
  • Card Description: ‎Dedicated
  • Wireless Type: ‎Bluetooth

Description

  • 10th Gen Intel Core i5-10300H Processor
  • 512GB NVMe Solid State Drive
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650Ti Graphics
  • 1x USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-C3x USB 3.2 Gen 11x HDMI-Out1x Mic-In/Headphone-Out Jack
  • Microsoft Windows 10 Home

User reviews

I love this laptop. Bought it to use as a desktop equivalent as I am a gamer. I have MD and can not always sit at my desk top game. Bought this to use when I want to relax in chair. Works wonderfully!!! I would suggest using headphones as fans get a little loud when gaming but they keep they machine cool. I use headphones to talk with friends so not an issue. I would suggest also using a lap table so it sits on a hard flat surface instead of on legs as it needs ventilation and on legs holes get blocked and it runs hotter.
Before I bought this I did some research on how many fps in valorant using this gpu and cpu. Most of them show 140+ on high settings but Im only getting 55 to 65 fps on low settings.The first time I turned it on the cpu was burning and usage was at 100% but I only had chrome opened.IT'S USELESS
First off, the seller and general overall purchase process was pretty bad. This is labeled as including a 1650ti, after using nvidia inspector and nvidia geforce, dxdiag and cpu-z I can confirm what I received only has a 1650. I spoke with amazon who gave me a promotional balance and also reported the seller for good reason. So beware, and ensure you receive what you paid for!The laptop itself leaves much to be desired for it's $800 price tag and even though I'm just using it for daily leisurely computing I can't imagine using this at a decent frame-rate and quality with any current gen games as mentioned by others. My daily desktop rig has a ryzen 9 3900x and a 2080ti so this is going to be used as a general mobile computing laptop for watching movies and such so it's gaming performance isn't a focus for me. I ordered some crucial RAM and upgraded it to 24gb and it runs plenty fast as expected. I'm also coming from more expensive rigs so this is me being pretty critical for it's bang for the buck. Here are some Pros but everything has caveats given it's price:1. Relatively solid build quality for daily use given it's price tag. Back panel however is cheaply made and a little difficult to remove to install ram or an ssd upgrade.2. High refresh rate display and resolution (will get to it's brightness issues later)3. Decent speeds with an nvme, discrete graphics but requires RAM to be upgraded to at least 16gb4. Can upgrade and add a 2.5 inch ssd, new nvme, more ram (with some caveats)5. Decent value if you ignore these caveats and it doesn't bother youCons:1. Low amount of RAM stock, the GPU for the intel graphics and nvidia graphics need to tap into ram for shared memory at times if you are gaming hard, this means that 8gb of RAM will never be enough with OS overhead, therfore you need to throw around $70+2. Singular back panel that's difficult to get off to upgrade the RAM, you need to use a fixit pry tool to safely remove it, which in my experience risks breaking plastic clips, getting it back on is also annoyingly difficult. Not that difficult for them to have added separate panels above the nvme slots and ram slots which are the two most common things to swap out.3. NVME ssd is a kioxia brand not a name brand, but that's kind of alright given they had to save cost, it lacks a bit in throughput but can be upgraded to say a 970evo, which will have around 30%-40% better overall performance4. The display seems to be on the lower end of brightness nits and colors can seem a little washed out, the resolution and refresh rate is great, but it's very clearly a cheaper panel.5. Windows 10 home instead of Pro, this is a nitpick but working in IT, alot of the management features are missing in win10 home instead of pro, it's a $99 upgrade if you don't use other sources to upgrade the key.So all in all, if I were to do it all over again, I'd say maybe save your money and go upmarket if you actually want a true "gaming" laptop. This design and specs overall leave a lot to be desired, the cpu is high clock speed but lacks cores, the nvme isn't the best and the ram is lacking which you will need to upgrade anyway with an ssd which puts this at around $1k at that point. Also you don't want to have to open the back of this thing repeatedly as it definitely feels as though it's going to break the back panel.User be warned, check your order and thoroughly plan out your purchase with this one.


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