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MSI GS66 STEALTH 11UG Black 15.6" with Intel Core i7-11800H, RTX 3070, 1TB SSD, 32GB RAM $3299 (RRP $4299) Delivered @ Scorptec


Not too sure if this is a good deal, looks decent I reckon.

PLE Computers also have it for $3299 :


MSI GS66 Stealth 11UG Black Gaming Laptop, i7-11800H, 32GB (2x 16GB) RAM, 1TB M.2 PCIE SSD, 15.6inch QHD 165Hz, GeForce RTX 3070, Killer WiFi 6E, BT 5.2, 4 Cell Battery, Win10 Home

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    • +7

      Cause I’ve done partial research, thought someone may find it useful

  • +3

    These look to be the exact same model, GS66 Stealth 11UG-243AU. 'Max-Q' isn't a thing NVidia promote anymore, so PLE is just letting people know it's a low-wattage GPU where as Scorptec isn't.

    It's the same laptop on both stores though, both with the same mobile GPU.

    • Thanks for clarifying, I was getting confused!

      • +3

        It does feel like NVidia has purposely left this off the mobile gpu naming this time round to confuse people, so don't worry, you're definitely not alone there.

  • Would this deal be more worth it or the Razer Blade 14 for $2,700? Im having a hard time deciding which one is better.

    • 14 is small screened

    • +1

      If you value portability, then get the blade 14. Personally i wouldn't even be comparing the two.

      Im not sure what niche this MSI laptop is filling. I would much rather spend less with a higher performing legion 5 pro. Legion 5 pro is slightly heavier and larger but also has a slightly larger screen

      • Legion 5 pro is slightly heavier

        It’s actually a big chonker with a huge power brick. On paper it’s only slightly heavier, in reality there’s a big difference.

    • I was also considering Razer but after further research it seems they have a bad quality control issue, almost everyone told me to stay away from Razer whatever I do, its a shame though cause I really like their designs.

  • 12th gen laptops are 2-3 weeks away and would be same price

  • +1

    Quite a performance gap between laptop and desktop 3070, check Jarrod's YouTube video you will understand why.
    3060 is probably a better choice if you go after a gaming laptop.

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