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MSI GL63 MSI There are quite a few GTX 1660 Ti mid-range gaming laptops out there, and while there are a few reasons to consider the MSI GL63 in this class, there are also a handful of others that can steer you towards the competition. The GL63 still sets the bar at performance, thermals and audio, but its old design is no longer on par with today\'s expectations, nor are the screen options and the short battery life, thus MSI needs to compensate for these with aggressive discounts in order to still make this notebook a worthy choice in 2019. MSI GL63 There are quite a few GTX 1660 Ti mid-range gaming laptops out there, and while there are a few reasons to consider the MSI GL63 in this class, there are also a handful of others that can steer you towards the competition. The GL63 still sets the bar at performance, thermals and audio, but its old design is no longer on par with today's expectations, nor are the screen options and the short battery life, thus MSI needs to compensate for these with aggressive discounts in order to still make this notebook a worthy choice in 2019. Andrei Girbea 4 5 https://www.ultrabookreview.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/msi-gl63-main.jpg Andrei Girbea 4 5

MSI GL63 15-inch laptop review (Core i7, GTX 1660Ti)

3 Comments

  1. Adam A.

    August 9, 2019 at 12:47 am

    This review is incredible. I'm currently deciding between this and a GF63 Thin. The reason this laptop has my interest is because it comes with a combo at $1079 of this laptop, an msi gaming mouse v3, and a msi headset s box. I'm not sure if this deal is as great as I'm lead to believe, and if it's worth ifnoring the $850 GF63 Thin alternative.

  2. Vinay Tripathi

    August 9, 2019 at 3:28 pm

    A really detailed review. I have bought the same config in India (only difference is 512 GB SSD instead of 128 GB SSD + 1 TB HDD) at $1270, waiting for delivery. Other laptops like Legion Y540 or Helios 300 cost roughly $240 more, for same config. Two questions here – How did you stabilize the core clock setting and memory clock setting for Sport Shift Mode (did you first overclock core clock till it was stable, and then memory clock)? Also, should I repaste thermal paste from factory to MX-4 (did it for an ultrabook, worked decently)?

  3. Oz

    September 20, 2019 at 11:40 am

    Isn't the 9560 card 2×2?

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