MSI GL65 Leopard 10SFK-062 15.6" FHD 144Hz 3ms Thin Bezel Gaming Laptop Intel Core i7-10750H RTX2070 16GB 512GB NVMe SSD Win 10
- 15.6" FHD IPS-Level 144Hz 72%NTSC Thin Bezel close to 100%Srgb NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 8G GDDR6
- Intel Core i7-10750H 2.6-5.0GHz Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX201(2 x 2 ax)
- 512GB NVMe SSD 16GB (8G*2) DDR4 2666MHz 2 Sockets Max Memory 64GB
- USB 3.1 Gen2 Type C 1 USB 3.2 Gen1 3 Steel Series per-Key RGB with Anti-Ghost key+ silver lining 720p HD Webcam
- Win10 Multi-language Giant Speakers 3W x 2 6 cell (51Wh) Li-Ion 230W
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18 points • ryankrueger720
[Laptop] MSI GL65 Leopard 10SFK-062 15.6 - i7-10750H, RTX 2070, 16GB, 512GB NVMe SSD, 1080P 144Hz 3ms - $1399.99 (Amazon)
16 points • StackEmUp262
Or grab the MSI GL65 Leopard that comes with a 2070 for $1399 on Amazon
3 points • ih8schumer
Can get an RTX 2070 laptop for this price range. Not sure how the ryzen 9 compares but see https://www.amazon.com/MSI-Leopard-10SFK-062-i7-10750H-RTX2070/dp/B085B3GFRL/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=gl65+2070&qid=1602779085&sprefix=gl65+2&sr=8-1
3 points • Rescuebobs
I have to post this link guys...This laptop is beast for the money!
3 points • EbukaCizy
I believe that this laptop is a better one, with much better reviews when compared to the ones you have chosen. It also has better value; selling at just about $1,400.
3 points • Chowder1054
Just found this one too on amazon. And no problem.
MSI GL65 Leopard 10SFK-062 15.6" FHD 144Hz 3ms Thin Bezel Gaming Laptop Intel Core i7-10750H RTX2070 16GB 512GB NVMe SSD Win 10 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B085B3GFRL/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_gvg2EbXMTQ12A
2 points • Zevilone
>i just ordered one, click under other sellers $1399
click where it says -- " New (2) from $1,399.00 FREE Shipping "
2 points • tea_doe
I just bought this same laptop on Amazon. It's cheaper there and faster shipping. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B085B3GFRL/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
2 points • millk_man
This laptop is a good deal. It has 16gb RAM, a 2070 gpu which has 8gb, and a very powerful CPU:
2 points • Wangushenpo
if you are trying to get something near 1500, this is it. or the smaller one with the same specs https://www.amazon.com/MSI-Leopard-10SFK-062-i7-10750H-RTX2070/dp/B085B3GFRL/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=MSI+GL75+Leopard&qid=1591899272&s=electronics&sr=1-2
2 points • ClawViper_
If you are willing to fork up extra 200$ and you want RTX 2070 then you might want to consider MSI GL65 10SFK link
Or wait a few weeks for Lenovo Legion 5i, 7 to release and see how the compare to Asus/MSI variants
2 points • Big-Red-Husker
Got this recently. Really good just a bit out of your price range. Unless you do credit
2 points • ChiefElise
Is the MSI GL65 a better option for games? I know the 4900HS is faster at everything than the 10750H, but this laptop has an RTX 2060 Max-Q, whereas the GL65 has an RTX 2070. There might not be benchmarks right now, but the 4900HS won't compensate for the game performance of the RTX 2070 in the GL65, right?
2 points • pfury
2 points • yYesThisIsMyUsername
I've been looking at this one, MSI GL65 Leopard
1 points • Melvinhans
Pretty sure this model has the best specs for the price
1 points • Kilani79
Is it worth it to pay 200$ extra for the MSI GL65 10SFK-062 ? https://www.amazon.com/dp/B085B3GFRL/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_SAElFbQ54Q9RZ
1 points • Snoop-o
I ended up getting the MSI Leopard mentioned above.
MSI GL65 Leopard 10SFK-062 - Thin Bezel Gaming Laptop
15.6" FHD, 144Hz, 3ms,
Intel Core i7-10750H,
512GB NVMe SSD.
1 points • The_Adviser100
If you can drop the thunderpolt port I would recommend the The MSI GL65 Leopard it has a full RTX 2070 .
3 points • LeDerpBoss
1 points • blockman2803
Not sure why this laptop isn't on the list:
MSI GL65 Leopard 10SFK-062 15.6" FHD 144Hz 3ms Thin Bezel Gaming Laptop Intel Core i7-10750H RTX2070 16GB 512GB NVMe SSD Win 10 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B085B3GFRL/ref=cm_sw_r_other_apa_i_51e1EbRCKGRNZ
Far cheaper too
1 points • cheap_asian_man
1 points • Silly_Soft
1 points • matchamagpie
I already got the MSI GL65 Leopard for $1100 and now am wondering if I should get this...
1 points • 44HM4D
Hey, I got this message when I was going to check on amazon, Order now and we’ll notify you by email when we have an estimated delivery date for this item. Should I go ahead and make the order and the order won’t be delayed, or stall the order and find another alternative as it’ll delay my order, because I’ve found people with similar problem saying it’s been 2 months and they still didn’t get a shipment date. Here’s the product link https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B085B3GFRL/ref=ox_sc_act_image_6?smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER&psc=1 It clearly says it’s instock but when I go to checkout I get that message.
1 points • drolemit
1 points • LonerIM2
Few good recommendations already made, if it is any help this gets my vote.
1 points • Ldirel
I ended up purchasing the MSI GL65 Leopard with a 2070 and the i7-10750H! I found this perfectly suited my needs with better performance, a battery that will last atleast four hours non gaming and was not too flashy.
1 points • Th3GoldenLord
This might be a better option.
11 points • ctzn4
Need some advice on which gaming laptop to buy
I'm looking to buy a gaming laptop. I got pretty excited about the new Ryzen mobile chips, so I pre-ordered an Eluktronics RP-15, which has the new Zen 2/Renoir chips from AMD. However, after seeing several deals on (somewhat) similarly priced Intel laptops, I'm slightly less certain about my purchase. The following are some of the options that I have considered, and any input will be appreciated!
Note: the price I listed are all before tax. Luckily the sales tax in California isn't too bad.
Option 1: Eluktronics RP-15 ($1180 as I spec'ed it)
- Ryzen 7 4800H
- RTX 2060 Max-P, 6GB GDDR6 (90W version boosted to 110W with Eluktroboost, a hardware mod "exclusive" to Eluktronics laptops)
- 15.6" 1080p 144Hz display
- 16GB 3200MHz DDR4 RAM
- 512GB TLC PCIe NVMe SSD
- Intel WiFi 6 AX200 & Bluetooth 5.0
- 4.3lbs/1.95kg (fully configured)
- $30 upgrade: Cooler Master MasterGel Maker CPU & GPU Thermal Compound Upgrade
- Ryzen processor, awesome performance!
- Fast screen response time (avg. around 5ms IIRC)
- Light weight design
- Price reduction without pre-installed Windows (saved me $100)
- Thermal performance seems promising (according to Jarrod's Tech)
- Preliminary testing from Jarrod's Tech shows (unexpectedly) subpar gaming performance, which is something I value
- RTX 2060 may not age as gracefully as a 2070, especially given the boosted 110W does not appear to be doing its job well at this time, though it may just be because of the early testing unit
- have to wait for another month before it ships! (Pre-ordered late June, est. shipping around August 12-18th)
- RTX 2070, 8G GDDR6 (supposedly 115W full power version?)
- 15.6" or 17.3" depending on size, 1080p @ 144Hz (3 ms, IPS-Level 72% NTSC Thin Bezel, close to 100% sRGB )
- 16GB (8G*2) DDR4 2666MHz 2 Sockets Max Memory 64GB
- 512GB NVMe SSD on the GL65, and an additional 1TB HDD on the GL75
- 5.07lbs/2.3kg for the GL65, and 5.10lbs/2.31kg for the GL75, though I doubt it is accurate for the latter considering its size
- Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX201 (2x2 ax) and Bluetooth 5.1
- Attractive pricing for RTX 2070 laptops
- I'm currently using an MSI GS60, which gave me very few problems over 5 years of ownership, so I somewhat trust the quality of the brand
- The chassis design is not as good as the GS series, so the material and quality will be a downgrade for me
- The weight is (to me) considerably heavier, especially coming from a GS60 that weighs around 4.5lbs/2kg
- Only has one available M.2 slot, and I'm not sure if 512GB of SSD is enough.
Option 3: Sager NP8358F2-S (Clevo PB51DF2) from GenTech PC ($1519 or $1473.43 after 3% cash discount)
- Intel Comet Lake Core i7-10875H 8 cores
- RTX 2070 Super 8GB GDDR6 (presumably the full wattage version, given the chassis' thickness and weight)
- 15.6" 1080p IPS-Level @ 144Hz, 72% NTSC
- 16GB DDR4 3200MHz PC25600
- 500GB PCIe NVMe SSD
- Optional 2.5" Drive and secondary M.2 slot
- Intel WiFi 6 AX201 + Bluetooth 5.0
- Worst part: it weighs 5.51 lbs / 2.5kg
- Actually get the 8 core i7 instead of 6 core 10750H in most other laptops in this price range
- Presumably good thermals? The laptop is this thicc it better has good thermals
- Great upgradability, with M.2 expansion and a 2.5" HDD bay
- 2070 Super, full fat! Again, not seen in most other laptops at this price
- Overall a great value, considering the specs and price
- The chassis is very thick and heavy. Though I don't carry my performance laptops around as often anymore (mainly use my Surface), I still don't like the extra bulk.
- Reliability and customer support is unknown to me.
Honorable mentions (that didn't make the cut):
- Zephyrus G14 - crap display, high response time
- Zephyrus G15 - blocked vents, still a Max-Q 2060 even at 15"
- HP Omen 15 (2020) - AMD variants don't have the 2060 (yet); the $1650 i7-10750H 4K display version only has a 2070 Super Max-Q, low wattage = lower performance
- Eluktronics Max-15/Mag-15 - a little pricey? I don't know how I feel about RTX 2070 priced at around 1700 ish w/o a Windows 10 install. This one is debatable though.
- MSI GS66, Zephyrus M15, Eluktronics Mech-15, etc. are machines with great build quality, but the dollar-performance ratio is less ideal
That's pretty much the entire list. The primary focus of this device will be gaming, which is why that even though I dislike Intel, I don't mind laptops with i7 processors. I am also open to other suggestions, if any of you are aware of better deals!
1 points • FoxxyNerd
I plan on upgrading this coming Wednesday
Ffffff. I went to go check back in on the MSI page on Amazon and tell me why after weeks of it being there they no longer have it https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B085B3GFRL/ref=ox_sc_saved_image_1?smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER&psc=1
Since that's dead anyone have suggestions for gaming laptops $1200-1600 (main requirement is a number pad)
1 points • eaurouge444
This one has great specs, with RTX 2070 graphics for $1399: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B085B3GFRL
1 points • Amaurotica
1 points • Lord_Drizzleshiz
Hey is this a good deal (just asking): https://www.amazon.com/MSI-Leopard-10SFK-062-i7-10750H-RTX2070/dp/B085B3GFRL?ref_=ast_sto_dp
1 points • superpower1
How about this one? https://www.amazon.com/dp/B085B3GFRL/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_Fk3kFb67MVR5W
1 points • Chillchowchowchill
I've been looking at upgrading to this one. Seems popular.
1 points • Belisar65
Bought this a few months ago and it can easily handle any game I've tried running on it. Seems great for VR too. Def gets a little hot. Bought a laptop stand with 5 fans on it and that seems to help. Bought a nice curved monitor for it too for my proper setup.
1 points • SchootyBoo
Correct. Best Bang for Buck on the market.
1 points • labatomi
Yea full wattage I made sure it wasn't max-Q because I had a 1660ti Max-Q on my dell G3 and fucking hated it. So I couldn't pass up on this.
1 points • murdacai999
Also, just saw this https://www.amazon.com/dp/B085B3GFRL/ref=cm_sw_r_apa_i_4GoZEbEE30KXH
1 points • PotatooFace
check this out : https://www.amazon.com/MSI-Leopard-10SFK-062-i7-10750H-RTX2070/dp/B085B3GFRL/ref=zg_bs_565108_15?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=Y2WQ8P6WDB8TVQN8HG9J
1 points • spinmyworld
This vs that $1399 GL65 on Amazon? https://www.amazon.com/MSI-Leopard-10SFK-062-i7-10750H-RTX2070/dp/B085B3GFRL
1 points • CanisMajoris85
1 points • _LexTalionis_
1 points • 8bitcerberus
There are laptops more than capable of handling SkyrimVR these days. And they’re not bank breaking expensive, either, if you can save up a bit for one. I just got one a couple weeks ago to upgrade my mobile/travel workstation, and it has an RTX 2070 in it. I’ve been playing Half-Life: Alyx on it at high quality settings and it’s been fantastic. 32GB ram, i7, and 1TB NVMe. It essentially mirrors my desktop workstation, just on the desktop I have AMD for the cpu and GPU.
I haven’t run SkyrimVR on it yet, but my previous GPU in my desktop was a GTX 980 that played SkyrimVR perfectly fine, but struggled to not be a complete stutterfest on Alyx at medium settings, but did mostly okay once I lowered to low settings. After upgrading my desktop to its current Radeon 5700XT earlier this year, Alyx now runs fantastic at high settings. So with my laptop also playing Alyx at high settings, I have every confidence it will handle SkyrimVR with no problem.
My previous laptop had a GTX 970m and it struggled to even play Beat Saber. “Struggled” is being pretty generous.
You can get a good gaming laptop that’s more than ready for VR, for about $1200-$1500 or so. I mean it’s not cheap by any means, certainly not like a Chromebook or other cheap laptop that is way underpowered and absolutely not capable of VR. But it’s also not so incredibly expensive that it would take a crazy amount of time to save up. Or if you have decent credit, find one at someplace like BestBuy that will offer 12-18 months of no interest financing, so long as you make minimum monthly payments (but absolutely do not only make the minimum payment, make sure you can make payments to have it completely paid off before the 12 or 18 months is up, otherwise you’ll be hit with an avalanche of interest and end up paying nearly, or more than, twice as much as the original price once you finally finish paying it off). Even Amazon will occasionally have 24 months no interest, but not often, and 12 months is the norm, but if you can handle about $130-$150/month payments you could pay off a ~$1500 laptop before the 12 months is up. It’s $125/month to pay it off at 12 months but it’s always better to pay it off early to avoid any shenanigans. About $90/month to pay that off before 18 months, and about $70/month to pay it off before 24 months. Obviously if you find one closer to $1200 the monthly payments get smaller, too.
But don’t skimp on the GPU, I wouldn’t even bother looking at anything with less than an RTX 2060 as a bare minimum, bigger numbers are better though, and don’t get fooled if the 30XX series starts making it to laptops, and assume a hypothetical 3050 is better than 2060 (it may be, but with Nvidia it’s typically the two numbers at the end that are what you want to focus on). You can save money on ram and storage, the 32GB ram in mine is definitely overkill for gaming, but it’s my travel workstation so that is actually needed for work, so look for ones with 16GB, that’s plenty for gaming right now, and should be for the foreseeable future. And a 1TB NVMe is certainly not necessary, a smaller NVMe or SSD with a larger spinning disc for game storage would be perfectly fine, just a bit longer load times.
Here’s a quick example just searching Amazon for “laptop RTX 2070” https://www.amazon.com/dp/B085B3GFRL/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glc_fabc_Oy50FbGYXC7GQ
1 points • cesarmac
With those same specs in not sure if there are any options with better build quality, you do have another option with similar build quality and thermals though:
1 points • Willlest
My labtop; MSI GL65 Leopard 10SFK-062 15.6" FHD 144Hz 3ms Thin Bezel Gaming Laptop Intel Core i7-10750H RTX2070 16GB 512GB NVMe SSD Win 10 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B085B3GFRL/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_fabt1_L6MXFb4ZGC8M0?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Things I’ve tried;
-checking/unchecking receive news alerts on blizzard profile (most common fix) -linking Activision account to blizzard (has always been linked however it won’t let me unlink it) -I’ve tried a wired connection, resetting internet, resetting labtop, etc -tried a command prompt on cod program resetting it to a previous version -reinstalled both call of duty and blizzard launcher
I was playing fine the night before. Closed my labtop went to sleep, got home from work the next day opened it and that error has popped up every single time. Im fairly certain it has to do with the launcher because when I play hearthstone using the same launcher, everything works fine besides the store. It says the store is closed and it doesn’t have any functionality at all. Any help is appreciated thank you
1 points • Chimichangaz133
MSI GL65 Leopard 10SFK-062 15.6" FHD 144Hz 3ms Thin Bezel Gaming Laptop Intel Core i7-10750H RTX2070 16GB 512GB NVMe SSD Win 10 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B085B3GFRL/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_fab_d0rCFbXF5SVR4
Here’s a better one
1 points • legos45
In light of the deal on the sold out deal on the MSI GL65 Leopard for $100 cheaper, I found that the ASUS ROG Strix G15 is available for pre-order. Specification wise, you get more storage (1 TB SSD over a 512 GB SSD) as well as a 240Hz display over a 144Hz display. I think it is worth the $100 if you can wait until July to get the Strix G15.