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MSI GF75 Thin Laptop: Intel Core i5-10300H, 17.3" 1080p 144Hz IPS, 8GB DDR4, 512GB SSD, GTX 1650 Ti $749.99 + S/H @ Costco

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MSI GF75 Thin Gaming Laptop: 10th Gen Intel Core i5-10300H 4-Core, 17.3" 1080p 144Hz IPS, 8GB DDR4, 512GB SSD, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti 4GB, Type-C, Backlit Keyboard, 3-Cell, Win 10 $749.99
https://www.costco.com/msi-gf75-t...84897.html

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I think the Walmart MSI deal is better. Less screen size (15.6)/hz (120) but better processor and a 1660ti for $50 more.
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I think the Walmart MSI deal is better. Less screen size (15.6)/hz (120) but better processor and a 1660ti for $50 more.
Link plz
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Link plz
https://www.walmart.com/ip/MSI-GF.../797650820

Posted on SD already
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The strength of this laptop is if you want a 144 Hz 17" monitor. Another consideration is if you have the Costco card you get an extra two year warranty and tech support.
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The strength of this laptop is if you want a 144 Hz 17" monitor. Another consideration is if you have the Costco card you get an extra two year warranty and tech support.
I just need something for zoom calls, Netflix, seeing pictures for shopping and spreadsheets here and there. I think the monitor is the most important part. I am not good with computer specs anymore. Is this overkill? Do you know? And TY for taking the time to answer!
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I just need something for zoom calls, Netflix, seeing pictures for shopping and spreadsheets here and there. I think the monitor is the most important part. I am not good with computer specs anymore. Is this overkill? Do you know? And TY for taking the time to answer!
This is overkill as you don't need a dedicated GPU for basic tasks.
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Is this around best price for this? My local costco has it - so no shipping charge if i get it instore, plus that store in NJ is in the special tax zone - so tax rate is half. I'm thinking just pick it up - hold it till next week - don't open the package, in case i see something better during black friday.

They opened up an unit in my local store for display - pretty nice look/feel.
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Very confused ... i got it from costco .. and model number on box says 10SCSXR-448 .. but costco website says it should be 10SCSR-448. Googing on MSI website didn't help - i'm going to hold off opening it - just in case i like something else better by BF. But costco guy said, this should be right one, and in case i don't like it - try it for 3 months - and they've a 90 day return policy.

My understanding is difference between this one and the other one bit cheaper on costco should be GTX 1650 Ti vs GTX 1650 chipset.
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What is the nits for this? How does the built quality compare to legion 5 which I bought for $600 with exact same cpu and gpu but 15inch 120hz 250nits display?
Thx mcu in advance
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What is the nits for this? How does the built quality compare to legion 5 which I bought for $600 with exact same cpu and gpu but 15inch 120hz 250nits display?
Thx mcu in advance
I saw a 15 inch legion at costo - around $1K i think - that one looked built quality wise tad more sophisticated compared to MSI. But the costco models - MSI 17 inch was much cheaper $750 vs legion 15 inch which i think was around $1K.
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