Absolutely a total beast! Like the size and weight of the computer, the graphics and speed is amazing. It has a lot of power for a laptop and was a fantastic price.
Immerse yourself in the action with the MSI GP63 Leopard Performance Gaming Laptop (i7-8750H). It comes equipped with a powerful 6-core processor as well as a GTX 1060 6G graphics card for sharp, detailed visuals on the 15.6" screen. Large speakers deliver high-quality music and sound effects. It also packs a 16GB memory buffer for a smoother experience. In addition, the 256GB + 1TB hard drive offers plenty of storage for software files and saved game data. This MSI gaming laptop features the Cooler Boost 5 system to prevent overheating as well as multiple performance profiles to choose from.MSI GP63 Leopard Performance Gaming Laptop i7-8750H (6 cores) GTX 1060 6G, 16GB 256GB + 1TB, 15.6": MSI GP63 Leopard-077 15.6" Performance Gaming Laptop i7-8750H (6 cores), NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6G, 256GB SSD + 1TB HDD, 16GB RAM, WIN 10, VR READY, RGB KB, GP63LEOPARD077 Walmart Protection Plans [sold separately] for laptops covers accidental damage like cracked screens and liquid damage, as well as battery, mechanical and electrical failure from normal use.
Intel Core i7, Intel Core i7 - 8th Generation, Core i7-8750H
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Steel Series RGB Keyboard, VR Ready, KILLER LAN
I am in college double majoring in Computer Science and Multi Software development. My major requires me to have a laptop with a minimum of 16GB of ram and at minimum, a GTX 1060. This laptop meets this requirement most definitely and functions very well. To begin, this laptop has a nice design to it. It does not spell at "gamer" rather than looking more on the luxuries side, and that is what I personally like. Plus the laptop is quit thin and only weighs around 4 lbs. This laptop is equipped with a GTX 1060 6GB GDDR5, 16 GB of DDR4 memory @2400Mhz, an 8th generation Intel i7-8750H, 256 M.2 SSD Storage, and an 1TB SATA HDD at 5200 RPM. This laptop, with the new next gen. Intel processors, is powerful enough to handle just about any games and intense programs at ultra settings 1080p @60Hz (yes the screen is only 60 Hz). As far as ports go, the laptop has a decent selection of ports. There are images displayed above for the product showing the ports. No USB-C though, but it does have three USB-3.1 Ports and one USB-2.0 port. It also has a thunderbolt 3 port.
It is a really good computer. the only thing is that while it was updating the Dragon Center uninstall itself, so I was not able to config the keyboard and manage everything else about the build, also there were some minor updates that did not work at all. It is necessary to go back to the last driver a couple of times. It is worth every penny that is for sure (the battery life is ok). I am in love with the metal chassis but it gets really greasy. The games run smooth as they supposed to. I enjoy the product!!!
"Fine" is not a word I'd like to use in this price range, but the laptop is fine. It's got a pretty sluggish loading time in comparison to similar price classes. When you minimise the window it goes to a black box and takes some time to load a new tab, I have a 10-year-old desktop that switches tabs more fluidly. The cooling seems to work fine, though it will still get pretty hot. The game loading times are alright. It seems to run most games well at medium graphics. Honestly, next time I would get a few price classes down since the extra $400 doesn't really buy you anything special. I'd go for a $500-$700 dollar model if I were to do it again.
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