MSI GV15 15.6" 144Hz Gaming Laptop: Intel Core i5-11400H GTX 1650 8GB 256GB NVMe SSD, Wi-Fi 6, USB Type-C, Nahimic 3 Audio Immersion, Win 11: Black 11SC-633

Regular price $1100.79

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SKU: E-30633

Category: Laptop, New Arrivals, Featured Product

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Estimated Delivery : October 01 - October 10

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  • Powered by Intel's 11th Gen 6-Core CPU: With PCIe Gen4 performance and DDR4 memory with speeds of 3200MHz, the Intel i5-11400H 6-Core processor is able to ensure a smooth and productive experience.
  • It All Starts Now: Enjoy the latest generation Windows 11 Home for your everyday needs. MSI recommends Windows 11 Pro for business use.
  • Equipped With NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Series Graphics: Powered by Turing NVIDIA’s award-winning architecture, It’s a supercharger for today’s most popular games, and even faster with modern titles.
  • Stay Cool & Quiet: Fine-tuned to be noticeably quieter and cooler under load, easily blending into any environment.
  • Fast FHD Display: The 15.6" 144Hz FHD, IPS-Level for quick response time gaming.

Product Attributes:

Attribute NameAttribute Value
Standing screen display size15.6 Inches
Max Screen Resolution1920x1080 Pixels
Processor4.5 GHz core_i5
Memory Speed3200 MHz
Hard DriveSSD
Graphics CoprocessorNVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650
Chipset BrandNVIDIA
Card DescriptionDedicated
Graphics Card Ram Size4 GB
Number of USB 3.0 Ports3
Date First AvailableFebruary 9, 2022
AvailabilitySold Out
Rating4 stars and up

Ratings & Reviews

Reviewed on September 13, 2022
If you need a good gaming laptop for starting out or something that can handle multitasking with games in the mix then don't overthink ot and just buy this. MSI when it comes to gaming,multitasking and customization is the best of the best no dispute . Pros: ●The screen is absolutely bright and full of color, I almost never use this screen on the laptop and have it hooked to a monitor but I recent took it to my back porch and did some work ... the laptop was even clear and bright I'm the sunlight ● The speed and Raam of this computer are perfect for gaming and even playing triple A games doesn't kill this beast . I've played Skyrim, jurassic world evolution 2 and even.... CYBERPUNK ... any gamer knows cyberpunk breaks things lol ● I recommend downloading MSI Dragon center to monitor your fan speed,heat , cpu usage etc. Dragon center is clean and easy to understand as well Cons: ● sometimes before I purchased a laptop stand this laptop would get rather warm... over 125F however cooler boost easily fixes it seconds . This however for some people might be concerning so I recommend to definitely buy a laptop stand for about 20-30$ and your laptop should stay cool
Reviewed on March 07, 2022
The tl;dr is this is a good gaming laptop for only like $900 and a ram upgrade is recommended. For the price the GF63 thin is good at what it does and you'll be happy with it. I use it for gaming while at work so I've had plenty of time to test it out. First off most games run really really well on this since the display is only 1080p and it has a laptop 3050 in it. When I bought it I was worried the 3050 wouldn't be enough to play games like tarkov, dying light, back 4 blood, or the forest since these are all games that, without fine tuning settings, can be hard to run with mid level specs. I was pleasantly surprised with how well they ran. The high refresh rate display is buttery smooth and feels good in games. This is a thin laptop, which everything in the machine revolves around but I'll start by talking about cooling. The laptop has one fan that has one large intake with a smaller one near the exhaust and two exhausts with one on the back and one on the side. The two on the sides have the fins with heat pipes running through them. It honestly isn't clear if the smaller intake really is an intake or an exhaust but when I hold my hand near it while the fan is running it feels like an intake. It's a small vent though so it doesn't matter all that much. This really isn't enough cooling for the cpu (10750H in my case) because under heavy loads the cpu often reaches temps above 95C. For this I would recommend a cooling pad to promote airflow. The 3050 however remains pretty cool because it's utilization is usually pretty low. The cpu is definitely the bottlenecking factor here so keep that in mind when deciding between the version with the less powerful cpu. I was eyeing the $800 one with the weaker cpu and I'm glad I got this one. Next I'll go over the ram and storage. My model came with 8 gigs of ram and 500 gigs of storage. This amount of ram is not enough for the cpu and for the games I play it was maxing out while in game. For that I strongly recommend buying a minimum of 4 more gigs but preferably 8 more gigs. I'd recommend buying 2x8bg of some good ram (make sure they can handle running at your cpus max frequency or you're not getting as much as you can out of the ram purchase) and don't look back. As for the storage, if you're like me and this isn't your main rig 500 gigs of storage is plenty. However if you're getting into the world of pcs and this is going to be your main rig then definitely look into some higher capacity storage. It runs and NVMe ssd but when I opened it up I forgot to look and see how many NVMe ports there were or if there were any SATA ports. The keys are large and have shallow press depth, with relatively light resistance. The keyboard is membrane but the keys feel responsive. The typing experience just isn't the best, but that's not really what this machine is for if we're being honest. The track pad feels precise and low latency with good clicking feedback. Overall the build quality is low. Because it's so thin the deck flex is high and the plastic is thin in many places. For the previous upgrades I mentioned you will have to take the back plate off and there are many places you can break the plastic. Use an ifixit kit or the like and use a YouTube guide so you don't bust your back plate (watch out for the ports, the hdmi port on the back and all the io on the right side was tough for me). The thinness is really nice if your on the go a lot because it makes this thing really light. Having a big bulky gaming laptop while you're going from class to class gets old. On the topic of being on the go, prepare to be disappointed with the battery life because it is not good. Playing games while on battery will get you less than 60 minutes of play time, idling on performance mode will get you 2 hours while idling on best battery life mode gets you 2.5 hours. Your mileage will vary depending on brightness and things like that. Overall the battery life isn't the best but for a gaming laptop not too shabby. If I had any regrets in buying this it would be that I wish the cooling was better, that it had more robust build quality, and the cpu was either faster or was an 8 core so it wasn't bottlenecking the gpu. Honestly look for a laptop with the ryzen 7 4800H and a 3050 if this is the price point that works for you. It would probably be cheaper, run cooler, and push higher frames. Kind of kicking myself for not doing that myself, so do that and don't be like me. If you do end up buying this though, you won't be disappointed you'll just wish you could've gotten something better.
Reviewed on September 04, 2022
Bought this to replace the Desktop i built in 2015, so far im impressed, i recommend ordering Crucial RAM 8GB DDR4 3200MHz CL22 with it, and a ssd as space is limited, i had a 256 gig sitting around that i popped inside it. With the upgraded ram i have to say it runs most things i throw at it, games that area few years old run at a great frame rate, and more recent things like farcry 6 im getting about 40 - 55 frames, so a little subpar but definitely playable. I bought a laptop for the portability not the graphics capability so im absolutely ok with it. the one gripe i have is popping open the clamshell case to perform the ram upgrade and install the SSD was more difficult than i think it should be, it made me miss the days they left a little trapdoor port for easy access and upgrades. i got through it and got everything together but it was a frustrating experience. other than that great purchase for the budget gamer
Reviewed on September 16, 2022
I bought this because it was on sale, I play some lightweight games (Emulators, WoW) and I use AutoCAD for engineering classes. I needed something that had some "umpf". This computer is perfect for both CAD software and Video Games. The computer itself is very solid, clean and looks really cool. The screen is beautiful. I really like that the keyboard is back-lit red; I do a lot of homework late at night (I'm an expert procrastinator) and it's nice to be able to actually see the keys. It doesn't seem to have any overheating issues, I've been playing WoW off and on and the fans barely even make a sound. Very happy with this laptop! Make sure you get a good case for the thing, wouldn't want your new baby to get hurt.
Reviewed on August 18, 2022
Hello to anyone who is actually reading this. So I bought this budget gaming latop and kept it for like 5 days and I was a little disappointed in it. It can do work/business things very well but for gaming....not so much. When played minecraft, raid shadow legends, forager, borderlands 2, and other fun games, the fan got really loud. Or the top of the keyboard got really hot since it was made of some type of metal. Of course I used the msi app thing to mess with the fan speed; having the fan lowered made the keyboard really hot. But to have the keyboard cooled, the fan has to be loud...but overall, it's a really good work/business laptop.
Reviewed on August 31, 2022
With a GTX 1650, i5 11400 processor, 144hz refresh rate, 8gb RAM, and windows 11 OS for $545 you can't go wrong. Using the site howmanyfps you can compare this laptop to other laptops of similar value. This outperforms every single one of the laptops in the similar price range (actually outperforms quite a few higher priced laptops). It can run every game I play in high or medium settings at 120fps at 1440p. This thing is a beast for the price. It does run pretty hot, so if you plan on doing extensive gaming then a cooling stand would be a good purchase.