The MSI GF65 Thin is dedicated to games, and it has very impressive capabilities. If you are looking for a laptop capable of playing the best games, but you do not have the big money, then this device is suitable for you.
Fast Talk (MSI GF65 Thin)
The MSI GF65 Thin is considered one of the first gaming laptops, and one of its great features is that it is supported by the RTX 2060, and this is a tiered upgrade over the GTX 1660 Ti in the top model of 2019, In addition to 6 GB, a 15.6-inch screen with 1080p resolution, with a refresh rate of 120 Hz.
In terms of design, not much has changed with the exterior appearance of the MSI GF65 compared to its predecessor,
as both feature the same internal structure with a thickness of 21.7 mm, and the plastic structure to a large extent leaves much to be desired.
But it’s also a compact design, which is lighter than some similar laptops in this price segment.
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|Processor||Intel Core i7 9750H|
|GPU||Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060|
|Resolution||1920 x 1080|
|Storage||256GB NVMe SSD|
MSI GF65 Thin: Design in Black and Red
It looks wise MSI has stock of the black and red team that we have seen many times before, but they have added some premium touches with a brushed metal looking plastic.
but one doesn’t say- all that plastic as the fingerprint, so honestly you’re forever cleaning this if you do not carry a cloth and some cleaning equipment, people will think you’re some grubby cat who has just had their favourite snack and put their paws all over this.
being plastic there are some flecks on the deck and the screen as you would expect, and obviously at this price you aren’t getting a super fan or late 15.6 inch Gaming laptop.
but it was in crazy heavy at one point 86 kilograms either, so putting this on a bag really would be any trouble.
in terms of ports
we have a good range here with a headphone jack, two USB 3.0 ports, two USBC ports and your Ethernet port on the left.
if we take a look at the right-hand side you will find your HDMI out and of course your power.
The MSI GF65 Thin has a high refresh rate display, it’s pretty common now actually and the GFs 15.6 inch 120 Hertz IPS display does a good job. it’s not gonna win any awards, and i wouldn’t edit a professionally colour accurate video on it.
but despite the average brightness and fairly poor colour accuracy to my eyes it still looks good enough, and when I want to rehearse refresh is absolutely fine for gaming.
MSI GF65 Thin: A Big Keyboard with Short Battery Life
The MSI GF65 has an oversized keyboard, it took a while to get used to, but overall it is good, and it was a relief that the WASD keys weren’t made to stand out in any way, but what I didn’t like is that there is also no number pad here, which It will be a problem for some games.
As for the battery life, it was somewhat disappointing. When I use the MSI GF65 normally, such as browsing and sending some games, I found that I consumed energy within only half a day.
However, you can get more battery life if you dim the screen, but that’s not how any of us use our laptops.
Regarding performance, I had a problem here, which is that the MSI GF65 Thin only contains 256 GB of storage, and only about 218 of them are actually usable so I was priced at not having any space at all, which is the most frustrating thing in the history of the world.
And I tried to download a few things but couldn’t even install three or four recent games, but I actually resorted to completely resetting the windows to get enough space for the call of duty that would require the silly 180 gigs.
So you can pay a little more for more storage specs or recommend upgrading yourself. In terms of throttling, I ran 30 marks three times in a row and the results were the same every time, so we’re not saying any GPU throttling.
But doing the same again in Cinebench is 22 CPU pressures, it’s down 10%.
With temperatures sometimes as high as 99, so it can’t sustain its maximum turbo boost for long,
but despite the loud fans, I still found the keyboard top to reach 49 ° C so it got really hot.
the WASD keys and touchpad remained comfortable to use. As for the games, the results were good, we are looking at a range of 55 frames per second on average on the battlefield from 5 to 137 frames per siege. With a few adjustments to the graphics options, we could easily push Battlefield 5 into the 1960s and 1970s.
Wolfenstein youngblood is an interesting game despite being one of the few games that supports both price-racing and NVIDIA beauty art, there are two technologies.
As for the performance of the keyboard and trackpad, it was more than satisfactory, although it did not completely surprise us.
If you flip the MSI GF65 Thin, you’ll find signs of a great cooling system, SIx heat pipes and two fans are installed to keep heat away from the CPU and GPU.
In the end, we can say that the MSI GF65 Thin is great for gaming, as it is characterized by the strength of Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 graphics, so if you are following you want a decent gaming device at a very reasonable price, this device is very suitable.
In games, frame rates and benchmark scores were high, cooling was efficient, and fan noise was tolerable.
The design is not the best thing but it is good, relatively lightweight and easy to carry.
There is also a Dragon Center utility included in the laptop that lets you switch between different operating modes, and you can take advantage of it if you want to increase performance or extend battery life.