CUK MSI GF65 Thin Gaming Laptop (Intel i7-9750H, 32GB RAM, 1TB NVMe SSD, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 6GB, 15.6" FHD 120Hz IPS-Level, Windows 10 Home) Gamer Notebook Computer
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- Processor: Intel Core i7-9750H Six Core Processor (12MB Cache, 2.6GHz-4.5GHz) 45W
- RAM: 32GB DDR4 2666MHz | Hard Drive: 1TB NVMe Solid State Drive
- Keyboard: Single Backlight with Anti-Ghost Key + Silver Lining | Operating System: Windows 10 Home x64
- Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 6GB GDDR6 | Display: 15.6" Full HD 120Hz IPS-Level Thin Bezel Display (1920 x 1080)
- 32GB RAM + 1TB NVMe SSD Upgrades | 3-Year CUK Limited Warranty (View warranty section below for more details.)
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The sound is absolutely amazing ... loud and clear ... no need for headphone.
Absolutely silent .... no fan sound ....
Features SSD HDD RAM are amazing ... i hope they all keep working perfectly...
Beautiful looks ... full metallic body ... no flex...
Keyboard backlight is beautiful.
Didnt come with annoying bloatware ....
Battery life is above 4 hours with surfing and streaming
I wish the trackpad were not metallic. Finger slips making double click unless used with buttons which i dont ... maybe it will take some time being used to
Didnt like that Home and END button can be used only when Fn key is pressed. To tackle that i installed key mapping software and swapped Insert Delete with Home and End. Who uses Insert anyway ?
Overall, satisfied with the purchase and i hope it doesnt show any problems.
Computer Upgrade King (CUK) upgrades the standard hardware, so, yes, the laptop was removed from the box. However everything was put back together so perfectly, I couldn't even tell that the seal on the box had been broken. There are stickers/paper notices scattered throughout the box explaining that they had upgraded the hardware.
**week seven update**
Still runnin like a champ! I often have a VM eating up four cores and 24GB ram, a Google Pixel 3 emulator running, a hundred or two tabs open across Chrome and Firefox, and the laptop just turns the fan on a bit. No problem!
I only have a few complaints so far, but they're not huge issues. First, the speakers are pretty tinny, but i usually use my headphones anyway, so it's a total non issue for me). Second, the rubber pads on the bottom aren't very grippy, so the laptop tends to slide a bit if i put it on the concrete counters. Third, the track pad is kinda finnicky, and there's this dumb gesture hotkey thing hidden in some program that changes profiles or some such thing, and it has an annoying pop up that tells you so. Just a nuissance, because i frequently find myself accidentally making this dang gesture when all I'll trying to do is scroll! Fourth, the numpad keys are pretty narrow, and I occasionally find myself fat fingering in the wrong numbers. Fifth and final, I'm still not super excited about the heft of the case. I doubt I'll actually break it, but I'm still super paranoid when I pick it up and move it. M
With my fancy work XPS 15, I give no second thought to grabbing it by a corner with one hand, and swinging it along my side as I walk, or opening the screen by one corner. With this MSI, I always pick it up by the back corner along the pads, or one hand on each side. Opening the screen is purely a top center lift, as it flexes far too much for the comfort of a corner open.
Overall, I'm still glad I bought this. Definitely loving the upgrades that the Computer Upgrade King has done!