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MSI GF65 Thin 9SD-252 15. 6
MSI GF65 Thin 9SD-252 15. 6
MSI GF65 Thin 9SD-252 15. 6
MSI GF65 Thin 9SD-252 15. 6
MSI GF65 Thin 9SD-252 15. 6
MSI GF65 Thin 9SD-252 15. 6
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MSI GF65 Thin 9SD-252 15. 6" 120Hz Gaming Laptop Intel Core i7-9750H GTX1660Ti 8GB 512GB SSD Win10

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MSI GF65 Thin 9SD-252 15. 6
MSI GF65 Thin 9SD-252 15. 6
MSI GF65 Thin 9SD-252 15. 6
MSI GF65 Thin 9SD-252 15. 6
MSI GF65 Thin 9SD-252 15. 6
MSI GF65 Thin 9SD-252 15. 6

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Features

  • 15. 6" FHD (19201080), IPS-Level 120Hz Thin Bezel NVIDIA GeForce GTX1660Ti 6G GDDR6
  • Core i7-9750H 2. 6 - 4. 5GHz Intel 9560 Jefferson Peak (2x2 802. 11 ac)
  • 512GB m. 2 SATA SSD 8GB (8G 1) DDR4 2666MHz 2 Sockets; Max Memory 64GB
  • USB 3. 2 Gen1 Type C 2 USB 3. 2 Gen1 2 Single backlight with Anti-Ghost key+ silver lining 720p HD Webcam
  • Win 10 Multi-language Speakers 2W 2 3 cell (51Whr) Li-Polymer 180W

Description

MSI GF65 THIN 9SD-252 15. 6" 120Hz Gaming Laptop Intel Core i7-9750H GTX1660Ti 8GB 512GB SSD Win10


Standing screen display size: ‎15.6


Screen Resolution: ‎1920 x 1080


Max Screen Resolution: ‎1920 x 1080 Pixels


Processor: ‎2.6 core_i7_family


RAM: ‎8 DDR4


Memory Speed: ‎2666 MHz


Hard Drive: ‎Flash Memory Solid State


Graphics Coprocessor: ‎NVIDIA GeForce® GTX 1660 Ti


Chipset Brand: ‎NVIDIA


Card Description: ‎Dedicated


Graphics Card Ram Size: ‎6 GB


Wireless Type: ‎5 GHz Radio Frequency


Number of USB 3.0 Ports: ‎4


Brand: ‎MSI


Series: ‎GF65 THIN 9SD-252


Item model number: ‎GF65252


Hardware Platform: ‎PC


Operating System: ‎Windows 10 Home


Item Weight: ‎4.1 pounds


Product Dimensions: ‎14.13 x 9.99 x 0.85 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH: ‎14.13 x 9.99 x 0.85 inches


Processor Brand: ‎Intel


Processor Count: ‎6


Computer Memory Type: ‎DDR4 SDRAM


Hard Drive Interface: ‎Serial ATA


Optical Drive Type: ‎No Optical Drive


Power Source: ‎AC & Battery


Batteries: ‎1 Lithium ion batteries required.


Date First Available: January 21, 2020


Features

  • 15. 6" FHD (19201080), IPS-Level 120Hz Thin Bezel NVIDIA GeForce GTX1660Ti 6G GDDR6
  • Core i7-9750H 2. 6 - 4. 5GHz Intel 9560 Jefferson Peak (2x2 802. 11 ac)
  • 512GB m. 2 SATA SSD 8GB (8G 1) DDR4 2666MHz 2 Sockets; Max Memory 64GB
  • USB 3. 2 Gen1 Type C 2 USB 3. 2 Gen1 2 Single backlight with Anti-Ghost key+ silver lining 720p HD Webcam
  • Win 10 Multi-language Speakers 2W 2 3 cell (51Whr) Li-Polymer 180W

Description

MSI GF65 THIN 9SD-252 15. 6" 120Hz Gaming Laptop Intel Core i7-9750H GTX1660Ti 8GB 512GB SSD Win10


Standing screen display size: ‎15.6


Screen Resolution: ‎1920 x 1080


Max Screen Resolution: ‎1920 x 1080 Pixels


Processor: ‎2.6 core_i7_family


RAM: ‎8 DDR4


Memory Speed: ‎2666 MHz


Hard Drive: ‎Flash Memory Solid State


Graphics Coprocessor: ‎NVIDIA GeForce® GTX 1660 Ti


Chipset Brand: ‎NVIDIA


Card Description: ‎Dedicated


Graphics Card Ram Size: ‎6 GB


Wireless Type: ‎5 GHz Radio Frequency


Number of USB 3.0 Ports: ‎4


Brand: ‎MSI


Series: ‎GF65 THIN 9SD-252


Item model number: ‎GF65252


Hardware Platform: ‎PC


Operating System: ‎Windows 10 Home


Item Weight: ‎4.1 pounds


Product Dimensions: ‎14.13 x 9.99 x 0.85 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH: ‎14.13 x 9.99 x 0.85 inches


Processor Brand: ‎Intel


Processor Count: ‎6


Computer Memory Type: ‎DDR4 SDRAM


Hard Drive Interface: ‎Serial ATA


Optical Drive Type: ‎No Optical Drive


Power Source: ‎AC & Battery


Batteries: ‎1 Lithium ion batteries required.


Date First Available: January 21, 2020


Top Amazon Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars | Jeffrey Imbody
A fresh perspective

Ok folks. let me start by saying I am a 50 year old casual gamer who enjoys playing the older games, but will occasionally indulge in something new if it strikes my fancy. I am also a bit of a computer nerd. I started pulling them apart and putting them together back in the early nineties, and have worked hard to keep up with the latest trends in computers and gaming because it really interested me. Having said all that, let's get down to a review of this system. I looked at 20 gaming laptops in this price range and determined that, bang for the buck, this system had the best features. The quad core Intel i7 combined with an Invidia GTX 1660 ti GPU with their overall video and system ram of 14 Gigs, the very small bezel on the 15.6 inch monitor, backlit keyboard, etc compared very nicely with other systems in this price range that would either have a solid GPU with a slower i5 or Ryzen 5 processor, or combine a solid processor with last years GTX 1650 which, though capable of ray tracing, didn't have quite the specs of the 1660 ti. I was very interested in playing the RTX version of Quake II offered by steam, and that became the final deciding factor among the laptops I was looking at. Let's start with the pros - Remember, I am playing older games for the most part, and so if you are looking fora gaming monster that will keep up with the higher frame rates and better internet connection, and will keep up with changes to games like Fortnight and Overwatch, you might want to spend a bit more money on something with an Invidia RTX 2060 and more ram, though this system is expandable ram-wise to up to 64 gig, so there is that. Having said that, if you are on a budget, and really looking for a solid system in the 1000 dollar range, keep reading, you might want to check out this unit. The ray tracing with the 1660 ti GPU is phenomenal. I am blown away by the much better screen clarity and light source tracing, shadowing, and light reflection this GPU can accomplish. Invidia has done a satisfying job of updating its GPU software to make for a more beautiful game play environment. You will have to go to Invidia's website and download the most recent drivers for this GPU in order to take advantage of this. Before I downloaded the updates, I was gatting 12 FPS on quake II RTX, and everything was horribly jerky. After the download, the FPS bumped up to 120, and the game took on a wonderful new level of texture and shading that really made replaying this classic so worthwhile. The i7 intel processor has had absolutely no issues handling whatever I have thrown at it. I am playing the latest version of Doom, (2018, I believe), and the gameplay is fluid with no issues, no lag, and vivid colors, shading, etc. I imagine there are GPUs out there that can render things a bit more beautifully, but you'll pay a lot more for those systems. The backlit keyboard has very large keys which makes it easier to find the ones you are looking for quickly. I was a little disappointed to find the keyboard did not have a number pad, (I was a number pad player back in the day, and so I'm having to adjust), but the feel of the keyboard when typing is very satisfying. If you open up the dragon control center, you will meet an icon dragon character, (he's a bit on the childish side of things, reminding me of a red Godzuki), who will walk you through features to set your performance preference , some cool new battery life extending features, and other simple tweaks to make sure you are getting the most out of your system. It's a bit hokey, but it was much easier than going through windows 10's system menu to find all the little pieces to make your system run efficiently. There is also a battery calibration feature, (which I recommend you do right away when you get the computer) which will fully drain your battery and re-charge it to insure you get the most life out of your system. Ok, now my concerns. None of these things have caused me problems yet, but I do worry a bit, and will have to see how things hold up. The build on the system has made it very VERY lightweight, great for making the computer easy to carry, but it involves a lot of plastic. The screen and keyboard feel solid, but the undercarriage is entirely plastic which feels cheap when you pick it up. The unit gets a bit hotter to the touch than I am used to, and the cooling system can get a bit loud. So far I haven't been burned horribly, and my BOSE wireless headphones eliminate any fan noise that might bother me, but I have concerned about the longevity of the system based on these factors. The built in speakers are ok, but do leave something to be desired in the bass end of things. I am still tweaking the system volume controls, (another very smoothly woven feature that you and the child-dragon can work through together), to see if I can optimize them for better clarity in certain situations, but so far prefer to use an external audio source to get the best out of my gameplay. The 512 Gig solid state drive works very quickly, but I am concerned about its size relative to someone who plays a lot of games simultaneously. My old gaming laptop had a 1TB HDD, which crapped out on my after just under 3 years, and I am hopeful this drive will do better in terms of survival without all the moving parts, but lots of systems are coming out with smaller SSD's to combat the higher price of the 1 to 2 TB SSD drives that are now available, so you should think carefully about your storage needs before you buy this system, and consider if spending an extra 200 to 300 bucks on a larger SSD drive would be the right choice for you. Overall, I am very pleased with the system and its performance so far. I did purchase an extended warranty for this system, (something I will do in the future no matter what system I buy), and the extended warranty on this laptop is reasonable in terms of price, though I hope I will never have to use it. I think that's about everything. I will update this review if I run into any issues, or find anything else amazing about this system I think you should know if you are considering purchasing. For the gamer on a budget, this system really does ROCK!!

~ Reviewed in the United States on June 23, 2020

4.0 out of 5 stars | Mike willford
What’s up!

After 7 years of painful attempts at low quality gaming, and streaming on an older laptop, I chose this laptop as my College laptop. It is great for gaming, plays smooth in almost any game, and the display is fantastic aswell! The only downside to this computer that I feel is that it still seems to heat up very quickly despite having two cooling fans. The CPU tends to run upwards of 80 degrees celsius. This can be fixed by simply changing priority for speed and fan speed and such.

~ Reviewed in the United States on June 6, 2020

5.0 out of 5 stars | Eric
Powerful for 1080p gaming and easy to add extra ram/m2

Runs a little hot but anything with this much power will run hot when gaming. Went with the ASUS A15 originally but they seem to have intentionally broke their heat exhaust system which caused lockups. No problems with the MSI.

~ Reviewed in the United States on June 23, 2020

5.0 out of 5 stars | Azubike
It is good so far

it is wonderful'

~ Reviewed in the United States on June 13, 2020

5.0 out of 5 stars | Stephen M.
Great for gaming, and work!

I got this to play games alongside my son, and to do professional web/mobile development. It works great on both fronts. The major overlooked feature is that it is easily up-gradable with an extra slot for a 2nd SD and extra memory slots. I've played several of the recently released games including Call of Duty and Counterstrike with no issues. And on a professional standpoint I am able to easily run an Android emulator of a Pixel 2. I know I will be upgrading the RAM and adding a larger SD, but I got the good processor and graphics card. This laptop trades battery performance for an upgraded video card and processor, but that is the main reason it is discounted. I'm always near power except on airplanes, but it lasts 3-4 hours while playing games, and upwards of 6-8 hours while doing development.

~ Reviewed in the United States on June 14, 2020

5.0 out of 5 stars | Jamie L. Schuh
Great gaming laptop

I didn't know too much about gaming laptops before looking to buy one, but I chose this one because of its fast processor and good graphics card. I can finally run my games on high graphic settings now! The only thing I don't love is the trackpad, it took some getting used to. I caved and bought a mouse, and now I have zero complaints.

~ Reviewed in the United States on June 25, 2020

4.0 out of 5 stars | Nicole W.
It works well

My husband ordered this computer for me. It's smaller than I was hoping for though. I really like the number pad to the right of the key board and this computer doesn't have it. Overall it works well though. I haven't even had this computer a month yet but there have not been to tech problems so far. The camera didn't work when I first got it but I called tech support and they told me how to activate it right away. If you don't use the number pad often or at all then I would recommend this computer to others.

~ Reviewed in the United States on June 29, 2020

5.0 out of 5 stars | Me
Great gaming laptop

My kid loves the laptop. It is a great gaming laptop for her.

~ Reviewed in the United States on July 1, 2020