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[Prime] MSI GF63 Thin Gaming Laptop: 15.6", i5-11400H, GTX 1650, 8GB DDR4, 512GB SSD, Black $649 Delivered @ Amazon AU

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MSI Thin GF63 12VF-435AU 15.6-Inch 12th Intel i5-12450H NVIDIA RTX 4060 16GB DDR4 Ram 512GB SSD Gaming Laptop, Black @ $1399

[MSI GF63 Thin 11UC-848AU Black 15.6INCH CORE I7 8GB 512GB RTX3050 W11H Gaming Laptop, Black @ $799]

MSI GF63 Thin 11SC 15.6-Inch 11th Intel i5-11400H 8GB DDR IV Ram 512GB SSD Gaming Laptop is high-resolution audio ready. MSI App Player for seamless gaming experience between mobile and PC. Metallic top and keyboard cover paired with an unique X-shaped ventilation hidden underneath. 21.7mm thin, 1.86kg light. Up to NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Laptop GPU 4GB GDDR6. Aluminum hairbrush aesthetics with asymmetric pattern. 15.6" Full HD (1920x1080), IPS level gaming display(Optional).

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  • +1

    Decent specs for the price (6 core CPU, GTX 1650), however 8GB RAM is rather limiting.

    Could be worth considering a Steam Deck if you're in this price bracket; performance won't be as good, but definitely better portability and mobile gaming. Depends on whether you actually need a laptop.

  • seems like a good price for the 4060?

    • Interesting the laptop 4060 is very very very similar to the desktop part.

    • +2

      From the bottom of my heart. Don’t.

      Internals havent changed since like 2017. A 45w 4060 doesnt go very far. Overall build quality for low end msi is also very shoddy and so does the fhd low colour gamut screen.

      • oh god… i thought surely not a 45w 4060… yep it is O_O

        NVIDIA® GeForce RTX™ 4060 Laptop GPU 8GB GDDR6
        Up to 1470MHz Boost Clock 45W Maximum Graphics Power with Dynamic Boost. *May vary by scenario

        Years ago i had a MSI GF65 Thin 10EU
        And apart from the vram im pretty sure this would out perform the new 4060

        NVIDIA® GeForce RTX™ 3060 Laptop GPU 6GB GDDR6
        Up to 1352MHz Boost Clock 75W Maximum Graphics Power with Dynamic Boost.
        *May vary by scenario

      • +1

        Got something better for $650?

        • Im talking about the 4060 laptop at $1399
          Will see what i can spot around the $650 range

          • @vanyellow: Oh wait I'm losing it today. Haha don't bother! Yeah 45w at $1400 is kinda eh.

  • I think I've had one of these before and it didnt support charging via the USB C port. Would be worth checking

  • +4

    Im usually not one to upsale people on here. But I would seriously consider giving it a second thought before pulling trigger on these low end msi machines. The cooling and overall build quality is unbelievably bad-there is currently an ongoing class action lawsuit ongoing for old MSI’s weakass hinges. This things insides and overall chasis haven’t been updated in literal years going back to about 2017-2018, maybe even earlier heck.

    If all you need is a budget laptop that can also play a bit of light games on the side. Going for a deal such as this $800 8core zen 3 with vega8 igpu would also offer you what you want while doing much better in everything a ‘normal’ laptop does.

    Longevity on this thing is tragically bad and as such Im going to neg as I dont think its a good deal considering failure rate down the line will make it a bad purchase simply due to you having to buy an replacement earlier.

    • I noticed the dell has expired but I need a cheap laptop for like basic home based work. Would that still be okay? I’m keen on just getting something that’s got a little more balls then normal and just looks cool :) thanks

      • Yeah just dont have high expectations for it and its still fine.

  • +1

    Umm, please don't

  • After reading all the comments here, I'm glad I didn't pull the trigger yesterday.

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