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MSI GL65 Leopard 10SFK-062: 15.6'' FHD 144 Hz IPS, i7-10750H, 16GB DDR4, 512GB PCIe SSD, RTX 2070, Win10H @ $1399 + F/S

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SPEC:
  • Windows 10 Home 64 Bit
  • 15.6" 1080P IPS 144 Hz Display, 100% sRGB
  • i7-10750H 2.6 GHz (5 GHz Turbo, 12MB Cache)
  • 16GB (8GBx2) DDR4 2666 MHz Ram
  • 512GB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD
  • RTX 2070 8GB GDDR6 Graphics
  • 2Wx2 Speakers
  • 720P HD WebCam
  • Steel Series per-Key RGB with Anti-Ghost key+ silver lining
  • Wi-Fi 6 AX201 (2x2) + Bluetooth 5.1 + Gigabit Lan
  • PORTS:
    • 3x USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A
    • 1x USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C
    • 1x HFDMI 1.4
    • 1x Mini DisplayPort 1.2
    • Headset AMP + Gold Flash jacks
    • 1x SDXC Card Reader
  • 6 Cell 51 WHr Battery
  • 5.07 lbs
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Come back in about 3 hours and see if you still want it....
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Have owned it for a little over two months.
Pros:
-beautiful display
-terrific FPS for pretty much all games at high to max settings
-terrific VR
-plenty of muscle to video edit

Cons:
-runs extremely hot
-fans are extremely loud
-looks are too cartoonish for me but whatever

I run around 90-100C CPU temp and 85-90C GPU temp when gaming or video editing. Sent it to MSI. They replaced heatsink/paste/fans. Still runs 90-100C CPU temp and 85-90C GPU temp when gaming or video editing. Still works so I have no idea. I keep it on an Antec laptop cooler which brings down temps about 5C overall, but with all the fans running and Cooler Boost 5, it sounds like a vacuum cleaner.
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Quote from ramonday
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Have owned it for a little over two months.
Pros:
-beautiful display
-terrific FPS for pretty much all games at high to max settings
-terrific VR
-plenty of muscle to video edit

Cons:
-runs extremely hot
-fans are extremely loud
-looks are too cartoonish for me but whatever

I run around 90-100C CPU temp and 85-90C GPU temp when gaming or video editing. Sent it to MSI. They replaced heatsink/paste/fans. Still runs 90-100C CPU temp and 85-90C GPU temp when gaming or video editing. Still works so I have no idea. I keep it on an Antec laptop cooler which brings down temps about 5C overall, but with all the fans running and Cooler Boost 5, it sounds like a vacuum cleaner.
Quote from ramonday
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Have owned it for a little over two months.
Pros:
-beautiful display
-terrific FPS for pretty much all games at high to max settings
-terrific VR
-plenty of muscle to video edit

Cons:
-runs extremely hot
-fans are extremely loud
-looks are too cartoonish for me but whatever

I run around 90-100C CPU temp and 85-90C GPU temp when gaming or video editing. Sent it to MSI. They replaced heatsink/paste/fans. Still runs 90-100C CPU temp and 85-90C GPU temp when gaming or video editing. Still works so I have no idea. I keep it on an Antec laptop cooler which brings down temps about 5C overall, but with all the fans running and Cooler Boost 5, it sounds like a vacuum cleaner.
Normally these Intel Processors run pretty hot, 90 degree C minimum in most Laptops during load. You can try undervolting the CPU which can reduce the temps a bit. s per my knowledge, with 10th Gen Processors, it is disabled by default in BIOS but for MSI Laptops, you can enable it in BIOS and use Intel XXTU or Throttle Stop to apply an undervolting.
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Quote from ramonday
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Have owned it for a little over two months.
Pros:
-beautiful display
-terrific FPS for pretty much all games at high to max settings
-terrific VR
-plenty of muscle to video edit

Cons:
-runs extremely hot
-fans are extremely loud
-looks are too cartoonish for me but whatever

I run around 90-100C CPU temp and 85-90C GPU temp when gaming or video editing. Sent it to MSI. They replaced heatsink/paste/fans. Still runs 90-100C CPU temp and 85-90C GPU temp when gaming or video editing. Still works so I have no idea. I keep it on an Antec laptop cooler which brings down temps about 5C overall, but with all the fans running and Cooler Boost 5, it sounds like a vacuum cleaner.
Have you tried undervolting or limiting the boost clocks/wattage a little bit?
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Have you tried undervolting or limiting the boost clocks/wattage a little bit?
I finally did. I limited the CPU to draw a max of 30W and it keeps temps between 90-97C. Of course I lost about 10-15 FPS in games and a bit of time editing/rendering. It is just extremely disappointing to me. Why release something like this to the public?
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