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REFURBISHED MSI GF63 Thin 15.6” Intel® Core™ i5 GTX 1650 256 GB SSD REFURBISHED £606.69 from Curry's Ebay
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Posted 19th May 2020Posted 19th May 2020
REFURBISHED MSI GF63 Thin 15.6” Intel® Core™ i5 GTX 1650 256 GB SSD REFURBISHED £606.69 from Curry's Ebay£606.69£67410% off Free P&P FreeeBay Deals
This is my first post. UPDATE : apparently based off a review I watched this is a 14INCH chassis but squeezed a 15.6 inch screen in. I currently have two lenovo ideapad 5s on ord… Read more
dragon97

oh right. Thanks for info

bob_wibbles

Expired. There was 5 available at the time of listing.

cameronwba

OOS

aaronpco

I'm super tempted. Anyone know if this would have the 2.5 HDD brackets inside? Some videos on youtube says these come in a packet in the box and not installed inside

bob_wibbles

:( Probably only good indoors dark rooms then. Still a whole lotta tech for 600.

MSI 15" Raider GE63 RGB Full HD 144Hz i7 RTX 2060 Gaming Laptop £1499 @ Scan
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Posted 26th Apr 2019Posted 26th Apr 2019
MSI 15" Raider GE63 RGB Full HD 144Hz i7 RTX 2060 Gaming Laptop £1499 @ Scan£1,499.99£1,699.9912% offScan Deals
Seems like a decent deal, considering it comes with an MSI loot box, Just Cause 4 and a free laptop bag. I'm in the market for a new laptop and love the look of the MSI laptops. … Read more
Dookie1985

Ooo... I did not know that. Last laptop (also only one) I bought was an Acer from about 6/7 years ago.

andrewborland182

GPU's in laptop, if MXM design, are upgradeable. Alienware, Clevo, MSI, and others have been using the standard for years.

Dookie1985

I've not heard of this... *frantically googles* Ahhh... I've not seen the material, but I would have thought gamers would know that a gpu in a laptop would not be upgradeable. I could be wrong, but is still wrong to advertise the feature. It's a shame as I was looking at HP omen 15, but apparently, MSI has much better cooling. Paired with a 144hz 3ms panel, it hits the sweet spot.

andrewborland182

I'd wait until the class action case against MSI for mis-selling gaming laptops is resolved before buying.

MSI GP63 Leopard 8RE 15" 120Hz Full HD 6 Core i7 GTX 1060 Gaming Laptop - £999 @ Scan
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Posted 1st Apr 2019Posted 1st Apr 2019
MSI GP63 Leopard 8RE 15" 120Hz Full HD 6 Core i7 GTX 1060 Gaming Laptop - £999 @ Scan£999£1,25020% offScan Deals
15.6” MSI GP63 Leopard 8RE-065, 120Hz FHD, i7-8750H, 16GB DDR4, 128GB M.2 SATA SSD+1TB HDD, 6GB GTX 1060, USB3.1C, Win10 + NVIDIA GTX Fortnite game bundle 94491 Targus Drifter 15.… Read more
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hugekebab

I've done more research and it is indeed TN. However, reviews said that for a TN panel it is very good.

deleted2117661

LCD (LED Backlit), Wide Viewing Angle, Anti-Glare

hugekebab

TN and IPS are both types of lcd panels. Anyone know if this is indeed TN?

deleted2117661

It’s an lcd

hugekebab

hows the screen and the keyboard? I heard the screen was TN which concerns me.

MSI PE62 8RC-021UK Intel Core i7-8750H 2.2GHz, NVIDIA GTX 1050 4GB, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, 15.6 Full HD, 120 Hz Gaming Laptop £799.95 @ Ebuyer
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Posted 7th Mar 2019Posted 7th Mar 2019
MSI PE62 8RC-021UK Intel Core i7-8750H 2.2GHz, NVIDIA GTX 1050 4GB, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, 15.6 Full HD, 120 Hz Gaming Laptop £799.95 @ Ebuyer£799.95£999.9520% offEbuyer Deals
Got an email from eBuyer this morning regarding a gaming laptop on sale, I would say this one is aimed more at content creators rather than gamers as it has quite a good CPU for vi… Read more
lmulli

Would rather see an i5-8300h paired with a GTX1060 for this kind of money.

Masteryates

1060 money in my book makes this cold.

rizydude

Depends on your use case, the coffee lake cpu in this is a lot more powerful than previous generations. Also I own a gl702 with i7 1060 for 2 years now and love it

rizydude

Exactly

Dan_the_man28

Would rather a refurbished asus gl503 with a 1060, an i5 and an rgb keyboard for £800

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Razer Blade 15 1070 MAX-Q 256GB FHD 144Hz i7 Gaming Laptop - £1799 @ AO
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Posted 31st Jan 2019Posted 31st Jan 2019
Razer Blade 15 1070 MAX-Q 256GB FHD 144Hz i7 Gaming Laptop - £1799 @ AO£1,799£1,9498% offao Deals
Update: AO 1799 currently in stock. ao.com/product/rz0902386w91r3w1-razer-laptop-black-61200-251.aspx (They've put the wrong photo) A nice discount on this RB from Amazon in … Read more
gm89uk

https://www.notebookcheck.net/Razer-Blade-15-Advanced-Model-RTX-2070-Max-Q-FHD-Laptop-Review.402631.0.html Seems the 2070 isn't a significant enough update over the 1070. £500 for 15% increased GPU performance...

Tylluan

I've heard such mixed reviews on these. Half absolutely adore them and think they're absolutely incredible, and half had severe quality issues and wrestled with returns for four models or more. If I've got to spend the cost of a holiday, I want it to be fairly seamless...

washer010

The 1070 was £100 less than the 1060!

gm89uk

1060 or 1070?

washer010

Just bought the stealth from currys £1600.

MSI laptop 8GB RAM, 1050/4GB, great for CAD, good for gaming :) - £699 @ AO
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Posted 24th Jan 2019Posted 24th Jan 2019
MSI laptop 8GB RAM, 1050/4GB, great for CAD, good for gaming :) - £699 @ AO£699ao Deals
I am not saying this is the best possible deal BUT what I am saying is that this is the best laptop of this spec available for this price. Any other ACER, ASUS, HP will have 1050 2… Read more
CaptainZero

Yeah, good times. Sadly we still live in the middle of this crazy GPU mining world which causes GPU prices to go mental.

LukeMB

About 3 years ago I got 16GB of DDR4 RAM for £60 :). I wish laptop prices were so generous now. Sadly due to the mining prices went up. Nvidia then over produced chips that they couldn't sell. So they launched RTX crap with sick pricing, to let them keep prices of 10xx series high. A year ago I bought 1070 8GB for £300. Today, after RTX lanuch, 1070 still costs above £400. So personally I wouldn't hold my breath on low prices laptops based on 1060 :).

Masteryates

About a year ago, bunch of us picked up an Asus FX503 with 8GB Ram, 128GB SSD + 1TB HDD and GTX 1060 3GB (none HQ with full cuda cores,) for £709 from AO.

LukeMB

Currently, £800 will get you 1050Ti, £900-£1000 will get you 1060. Same laptop is advertised everywhere else for £749, example here: https://www.box.co.uk/9S7-16P612-070-MSI-GL63-8RC-070UK_2322961.html?gclid=Cj0KCQiA4aXiBRCRARIsAMBZGz_pAatD8Nmx2NbV6sjUDsJqI-gfL9tl-xq-vyfKU5XwxcxC5zYpZqMaAuJ2EALw_wcB - they advertise it as with huge discount. Anyway - I realise it is not the best deal in the world but I reckon this is fantastic value for money for someone who is on the market for similar machine. Valentine Day is coming, so there may be some discount coming as well. Then, in February they will launch Ryzen 12nm for laptops, thus there may be further price reductions. However I learnt the hard way that cheaper laptops got a lot of thermal throttling (HP/Lenovo) and simply very powerful CPU do not work to their full potential.

CaptainZero

Theres been 1060 deals popping up for around £800, that's probably why. Seems decent for current prices though.