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Refurb MSI GS73 6RF Stealth Pro Laptop 17 Inch 16GB RAM Nvidia 1060 $729

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Woot has an amazing deal on a refurb MSI laptop sporting a GTX 1060 6gb and 16gb DDR4 Ram (only issue is a gen 6 i7) but amazing price to hardware ratio.

Processor: Intel i7-6700HQ 2.6GHz (Turbo up to 3.9GHz)
6MB Cache
Processor Core: Quad-Core
Screen Size: 17.3"
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Resolution: 1920 x 1080
Display Type: Full-HD eDP WVA LED-backlit

Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060
Memory: 16GB DDR4 2133MHz; supports up to 16GB
Hard Drive: 256GB SSD
Optical Drive: DVD Super Multi
Network: 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet
Killer™ E2400 Game Networking
Wireless: 1x1 802.11ac

Bluetooth: Yes
Card Reader: Multi-Format SD Card Reader
Sound: 4 x Dynaudio Tech Speakers + 1 x Subwoofer
Webcam: Full-HD camera
Microphone: Dual array Digital Microphones
Keyboard: Backlit Keyboard
Pointing Device: Touchpad

I/O Ports:
HDMI: 1
Mini DisplayPort: 1
RJ-45: 1
USB 3.1 Type-C: 1
USB 3.0: 3
USB 2.0: 1
Headphone Jack: 1
Microphone Jack: 1

Operating System:
Genuine Windows 10 Home (64-bit)

Power:
180W Smart AC Adapter
3-cell Lithium-Ion battery
Dimensions:
15.07" x 10.23" x 1.06"
Weight:
5.29 lbs
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Bought one.. Thanks!
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might want to put refurb in the title
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Just did thanks. Was going to earlier but was unable to edit title via app. Had to get on the computer.
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6th gen processor kills it for me, otherwise it be perfect. Looks solid for gaming though with a full 1060 mobile. A lot of great deals coming out now since the 8th gens are becoming the standard now.

Edit: I'd say if you're looking to buy for productivity I'd say get a 8th gen processor. They will be much more efficient when running intensive apps such as visual studios/Unity/Autocad/Matlab and much more. Yes you won't get a 1060 for this price but it will come with a 1050/TI and be new that makes up for it.
Pretty sure most people buying this aren't going to be running those apps, small minority might. And lol, since when has a slightly older CPU mattered? I run a 3rd gen i7 on my desktop, still runs the latest stuff with no issues and very well in fact. Go look up a benchmark sometime comparing the same chipsets across generations, the differences are incredibly minute. Get the newest where you can, but the older stuff is just fine unless you go back really far like 1st gen i7 or something.
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6th gen processor kills it for me, otherwise it be perfect. Looks solid for gaming though with a full 1060 mobile. A lot of great deals coming out now since the 8th gens are becoming the standard now.

Edit: I'd say if you're looking to buy for productivity I'd say get a 8th gen processor. They will be much more efficient when running intensive apps such as visual studios/Unity/Autocad/Matlab and much more. Yes you won't get a 1060 for this price but it will come with a 1050/TI and be new that makes up for it.
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If anyones left wondering, I have a 6700 in my gaming PC and have yet to want for more processor performance in a game. And I play everything. It's a non-issue at this price for a gaming laptop.
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That's thing is huge
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Well you see, there is this entire segment of the market called Businesses. They for example would want the GPU for the processing, which in turn is mostly dependent on the processor.

An 8th gen i7 vs a 6th gen i7 equals hours of extra computing time over a lifetime in a business environment. It's not a "want" at that point, it's a cost equation.

edit: since your panties are in a knot (what I'm calling 8th gen i7 is called an i5, since the real i7 8th gens make you look like a real idiot.)
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Showing OOS
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yeah it's OOs now.
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Well you see, there is this entire segment of the market called Businesses. They for example would want the GPU for the processing, which in turn is mostly dependent on the processor.

An 8th gen i7 vs a 6th gen i7 equals hours of extra computing time over a lifetime in a business environment. It's not a "want" at that point, it's a cost equation.
If time is so precious, you wouldn't want a laptop in the first place. Wink
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If time is so precious, you wouldn't want a laptop in the first place. Wink
You see, when time is so precious, you dont sit on your a$$ in an office. 🤷
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