MSI GS75 Stealth unboxed and reviewed

July 31, 2019 posted by

Gordon what’s in this box
hey this is what people have been waiting for they’ve been holding off
from their gaming laptop purchases yes is well some people have who follow the
news a few weeks ago at CES Nvidia of course released its r-tx for laptops
this is probably one of the most impressive laptops there were plenty of
really great laptops at sea yes but this one really was impressive because of
what ms I did well let’s unbox it this is the GS 75 me
follow up to the GS 65 decently small brick but this is what is amazing here a
17 inch gaming laptop weighs less than 5 pounds 19 inch I love myself a 17 inch
laptop so still get those nice gold it’s a big version of the GS 65 which was
impressive because it was so lightweight also I want to point out again they have
beefed up the chassis the original GS 65 introduced they did fix it later on was
a little flexible scary flexible they actually later on beefed it up this is
not look again holding it by one corner but this has of course GeForce r-tx in
it but five pounds let’s find out just for comparison previous generation
origin razor blade 15 GTX max 1070 max-q and previous version Origin PC
yuhh Eon 17s is actually a slim 17 inch laptop actually pretty impressive for
what it is and not too bad but look at this right this is the body of the the
EON 17s very slim laptop there are a lot of seventeen ages opposite are just a
lot bigger the thing is just super thin but it’s
compared to the razor blade 15 inch laptop it’s pretty thin
but I think the thing that you know people get into their thin contest what
really matters is the weight razor blade 15 we’re gonna weigh it right here four
pounds nine ounces let’s call it all right rounding up Origin PC and
let’s be fair they both origin and razor also have our Tech’s laptops coming but
six pounds 12 ounces that’s you know it’s pretty close to seven pounds
decent for 17 inch laptop let’s see if they can really hit sub 5 pounds as they
claim thing yeah I mean right under pounds 14 ounces and that is the amazing
thing because you are getting let’s find out what’s in there I don’t know what we
got in this configuration I’m gonna turn it on hopefully batteries got a charge
it does what about the power bricks – I want to bring up the power brand we’ll
see how these compare you’re not gonna take these kind of laptops without
actual bricks so here is the standard Delta 230 that is with the origin and I
believe this one is 180 or 230 let’s see 230 so they have a slim down this is a
ciccone this is a delta okay definitely a little bit smaller I know how much
does that weigh oh yeah let’s do without the cable all
right this is the pretty much Delta one pound
nine ounces let’s call it 1 pound 10 ounces actually slightly heavier could
be the cables a little bit thicker maybe yeah I would say you’re not really
getting a weight signals from the power brick of course here’s a razor which you
know is a pretty cool razor 230 watts and it’s one miles away this – they have
a pretty beefy cable on here long cable yeah and you get the rubber leash on
there it’s actually the lightest the razor is actually the lightest okay I
just have this proprietary connector on there but you know brick some to keep in
mind it’s not bad it’s not bad enough it is that razor braid so what about
configuration wait why does it say GeForce GTX yeah that’s funny you got
the wrong wall I’m at the wrong wallpaper over there so this is an RT X
2080 max Q uh which I want to again let people know if
you see basically a thin and light laptop like this it’s gonna have max Q a
lot of the vendors are not calling it out as Max Q I’m not sure what’s going
on there but there’s a difference in performance between Max Q and non max Q
there is some people saying and videos telling people to just sort of like not
call that out I don’t know dang well five pound seven inch screen
twenty eighty we’re gonna do a couple quick performance watch just to give you
an idea how fast it is I don’t have the final price ship but I’m gonna ask for
it before this video is over alright we’re back and you did a little more
testing than than we thought you’d a little bit more than a lot of time I had
but we wanted to come into the studio here because that allows us to kind of
show a little bit more of the benchmarks and the deeper stuff that your
for doing so why don’t we dig right into it so okay because this is a laptop you
cannot separate the CPU from it we are gonna look at the laptop as well it’s
not that you’re paying for the CPU miles we’ll find out how it performs good news
GS 75 does great first up Cinebench r15 of course
multi-threaded benchmark right where you think it’d be basically in line with
most of the other i7 parts that we’ve seen the 8750 HS 6 cores fantastic CPU
pretty much right there only i9s can be faster or Rison 7 so it’s a great chip
next result handbrake again this is a test to see if the the CPU has thermal
issues when you heat it up no surprise GS 75 stealth that’s fantastic it’s
about a 30-minute in code and it’s a little bit faster than a lot of the
other 8750 HTS have you seen so but not not a not a huge difference basically
CPUs everything you expect of Emma sighs you know just 65 GS 75 line great great
part right awesome last metric II do need to know it is a laptop how it runs
on battery you’re gonna want to know 82 watt hour battery 6 core 8th gen CPU
r-tx 2080 max Q still very decent battery life there’s no G sync which
would force the GPU on most of the time so you’re getting damn near six and a
half to seven hours of battery life out of it I think ace use claims a little
bit more I think they said eight hours of CES but the fact we’re seeing near 7
hours we’re running at a fairly bright screen setting about 250 to 260 nits we
do it in airplane mode and we just loop a 4k movie with earbuds in till it dies
and no that’s very decent yeah I suppose that basically runs with all of the 15
inch gaming laptops with big batteries the Aero 15 has been fantastic for
battery life Wow this is right there with the Aero
15s all of the other 17 inch laptops that we’ve seen you know electricity
leaked to the Zephyrus or thoughts of 15 but like the evo 17s alien or 17 the
predator they are generally sub 3 hour battery life because they have g-sync
they’re big they don’t just add or you sue well
that’s not parts and some of them yeah so the fact that you can really get
usable battery life out of the GS 75 that is you that’s a good deal knock
that what you want to know by Adam I bet is gaming gaming graphics we’re gonna
kick it off first one is rise of the Tomb Raider we run out of very high
settings dx11 mode because when we started using it we ran takes 11 digs 12
was pretty iffy on drivers pretty ofin if he even on the game it’s been patched
many many times since then dicks 11 gives you probably a more
stable view of it and you’re seeing that r-tx 2080 max Q and he s 75 top here
it’s actually smokes an impressively faster Wow then most of the you know
1070 full-tilt 10 70s which are not fast not there they’re not slow parts those
Full Tilt’s in 70s it’s actually slightly faster definitely faster than
the GX 501 with its 1080 max Q and interestingly slightly definitely faster
slightly meaning 10 to 15% faster than the Alienware 17 are for older part but
Full Tilt 1080 so very good good showing you know well in yes 11 this is without
retracing correct this is without rate tracing of course another non rate
racing test just to give you a hint middle-earth shadows mortar we run this
at Ultra settings 4k textures and 1080p now we’re gonna see the Alienware with
its higher clock part and full tilt 1080 slightly edged the 2080 the max Q but
definitely the the 2080 max Q is faster than the other laptop so we’re compare
it to you all the 10 70s the Vega 56 that 1070 m excuse but again one of the
problems with using games to judge I’m not saying there’s anything wrong with
using games judge and a desktop where you can pull it out and the CPU doesn’t
change the rapid change you’re getting different thermal solutions you’re
getting different CPUs and all these lap house there’s a big difference in all of
them it’s a little tough to isolate it so I also like to look at a lot of
synthetic benchmarks first up 3d mark fires right specifically just the
graphics benchmark this calls out the CPU performance and is like 99% what
you’re gonna see from the laptop maybe not
98% where you can see out of the graphics part in this and again this is
actually very similar to what we saw The Full Tilt 1080 higher clocks in a
thicker laptop definitely a little bit faster than the 20 80 max q10 80s and
big fat laptops are pretty fast parts though but against the max Q and the in
these FRS the 1080 max Q part the 20 80 is definitely faster and of course you
just gets the other laptops get slow in there you’re not seeing this huge Delta
you might expect in fire strike and I think part of that is fire strike is a
pretty old test it doesn’t really do a lot so we also ran a 3d mark time spy
graphics again we’re looking only at the graphic subscore not the overall score
which factors in the CPU a little bit time spy just there’s just more
tessellation there’s there’s more shader tests there’s just a ton more like 5 and
10 times you’re tending on the test once we do that we actually see the our
checks 20 80 max Q come up on top very decent performance increase over that
even that Full Tilt 1080 part when you’re looking at the 1080 max Q part in
the Zephyrus you’re looking at 15% and then you get down to 1070 1070 max Q
it’s just like against the max 1070 max you’re looking at 45% more performance I
think it’s like about 70% over that 1080 max Q so that’s not a bad showing over
previous Cherisher parts of course RT x wasn’t really a huge jump over previous
parts right and desktop is really 10 8 10 80 was about the speed of a 20 70
sort of kind of sort of so not a bad showing of course what you want to know
is rate racing performance that’s where it gets a little squiffy so I ran 3dmark
portroyal on the GS 75 with the arc TX 20 80 max Q and then I went and I
grabbed some numbers PC Gamer did some testing when portroyal first came out
the test is only a rate racing benchmark and you look at this chart
it’s a it makes you a little uneasy I actually expected because max-q you give
up those clock speeds to get into a thin light laptop it’s actually closer to a
2060 than it is to a 2070 huh right so that’s gonna be that’s gonna make people
a little uneasy and remember the only real difference between a desktop twenty
eighty and a and a twenty eighty max Q part where a normal mom max Q part is
clock speed and power it’s got the same memory bandwidth it’s got the same
memory interface it’s got the same amount of memory same type of memory
same amount of CUDA cores well it’s just simply you giving up those clock speeds
to get into a stupidly light int and laptop I mean that’s that’s thin right
but still that’s that makes you a little uneasy and to give you an idea to in
gaming I couldn’t get Tomb Raider shadows are the Tomb Raider to run which
does have some ray tracing support in it because the game can be a little flaky I
can get that to run but I did run battlefield 5 and ran at 1080p I turned
I turn it to 1080p ultra and I said Archie X the rate or direct are X DX are
two ultra sitting DX are off 90 frames a second 1080p right I saw with my own
eyes so with your own early a come over bracelets great stuff yeah go in turn
off reboot the game go back to the same spot in the game look at the same
reflection 45 frames a second so from 90 to 45 RTX off to on
yeah so that is gonna it makes you like ooh that is kind of like doubt to be
fair Nvidia can tune drivers EA can tune
battlefield 5 this is not the end there I mean we don’t know right what the end
is this is sort of like the beginning of one battlefield 5 came out with the
rhetorician support and they and Jackson definitely performance was not a great I
gotta say 45 frames a second isn’t bad I would definitely not run it at DXR Ultra
I and watches I like 60 frames a second
but you are paying for RTX 2080 max-q laptop and you’re looking at 45 frames a
second you don’t have g-sync on this particular laptop that’s a little
painful it’s a little painful and it’s gonna make I you know the controversy
over rate tracing the controversy over RT X is not going to go away people are
still gonna be uneasy about it we’ll see we’ll see this is it’s gonna keep
changing as games come out as drivers get better but the last thing I do want
to leave you for true believers true green believers is the last one this is
3dmark portroyal one point out graphics the same thing I just ran you see the
four thousand one hundred and forty six I got out of the GS seventy five stealth
and then you see the performance of all of the other laptops the Alienware
rogues efforts all of those GT X 1080 1070 1070 max Q tenths 1080 max q10
they’re all zero including at RX Vega 56 because portrayal does not run
there’s no hybrid rate racing support and that’s kind of the key messaging on
on ray tracing is if you believe there is a future and ray tracing you’re gonna
want one of these laptops price and well I promised I would get you the price I
did get the price for the end of the video with core i7 8750 H with 1080p 144
Hertz with 512 gig p.m. not 851 951 SSD with GT RT X 20 and 80 max Q and 32 gigs
of ram 3000 bucks three thousand dollars five pounds okay
you know of course people who go oh my god three thousand dollars well you know
1080 laptops very similar pricing they were not cheap once you got when the
original 1080 laptops were not cheap 1080 max hue laptops are not cheap
you’re you’re getting all the bells and whistles Evans laptop you are getting a
five pam laptop that again we just showed you in conventional gaming
clearly faster than 1080 Full Tilt and some things something slightly slower
than 1080 Full Tilt but you are looking at five pound left
and for comparison I brought out that old-fashioned laptop it’s how things
used to be that’s how it was just right four years ago dang right five years ago
this was a gaming laptop five years ago yeah now this is and this is what you
now get the performance of this is stupendous compared to that in CPU SSD
screen and graphics card is a big difference again remember this story is
not over we are going to continue to see results
we’re gonna come to you for letting us more updates
but I will say GS 75 because this is about the laptop you do not buy the GPU
without the laptop fantastic laptop mmm-hmm right great runtime awesome
gaming performance 17 inch screen for people with bad vision like me which is
a huge deal 15 inch panels really don’t work for us old timers great see people
from all around and five pounds it is incredible to get this performance both
CPU screen and GPU and five pounds it’s be so it’s amazing
we’ll see though if you’re looking for definitive r-tx it’s not over
wait this story’s gonna keep going well again thank you for all the deep testing
you do that’s one of the things our fans like so I appreciate it thank you so
much cool and stay tuned for more laptop r-tx testing because they’re coming in
it will have you have to need to come in yeah
we’ll see you later


100 Replies to “MSI GS75 Stealth unboxed and reviewed”

  1. PCWorld says:

    Have you been waiting for RTX to purchase a laptop? If so which one has your eye?

  2. Joseph Dean says:

    I dig the shirt Gordon

  3. I agree with you. says:

    I fantasize about Adam a lot. I have a problem.

  4. The Chillmaster says:

    Battery life?

  5. ElfinHilon10 says:

    "230 Whatts"

  6. Game Cooker US Rocks VR says:

    If I knew they were going to be releasing the RTX laptop so soon I probably would have waited. But I ended up grabbing an HP omen GTX 1060 core i7 8750h with 16 GB of RAM. It's pretty decent gaming laptop. Has good airflow and you can overclock the gtx1060 manually.

    The 17 in MSI laptop is pretty nice. I have no problems with the RTX video cards so my next comment here is not in regards to just that. The one thing that I'm kind of disappointed with these gaming laptops and even the last generation although more so this generation is the price. I bought my HP omen for $999. My laptop may not be top of the line but it plays my VR just fine and that says a lot. I don't really see how they can justify $3,000 price tag. I have 16 gigs of RAM and the same processor in my laptop. I even have the same storage with a 512 nvme SSD and a 1 terabyte hard drive. the only thing really different is the size of the screen by 2in and the RTX video card. So essentially the extra $2,000 is because of the video card and the screen size my assumptions. Is buying ram in bulk that expensive? I can understand the $800 for the RTX 2080 although they should be cheaper since they're so underclocked. Please explain to me how they can justify these price points. $2,000 I could probably live with. But not $3,000 with these parts.

    Again mine was only $999 and I can game on it wonderfully and it looks ten times prettier. It just seems like the laptop prices never seem to change. They definitely should be at least one of the hardware items that needs to go down in price finally.

    I wish I had one of the new RTX laptops to compare to mine.

  7. ElfinHilon10 says:

    This is exactly why Nvidia didn't allow reviewers to release benchmarks. It's the same performance. How ridiculous.

  8. Kevin Wong says:

    GL trying to find one when this badboy is released. MSI is going to make a ton of money from the GS75 just like they did with the GS65

  9. Ignasius Andre Tan says:

    Currently i'm in the middle of choosing between SCAR GL504GS (GTX1070) OR GL504GW (RTX2070) what do you guys think will be good for future investment and performance?? 🤔🤔

  10. ericneo2 says:

    Yours for only $5400 at retail…

  11. Kaoukabi Jaouad says:

    i have the Omen 15 1070 MaxQ glad even if i have the money it's pointless for me .. to buy a new RTX laptop since i use it mostly for 3D, an external GPU would be a smarter investment … 1070 MaxQ is still a beast of card ….and those MaxQ are amazing they don't get hot at all .. 70 Celsius at most for 25 min render great stuff …. cool not noisy at all ….

  12. Daniel Suárez-Bárcena Christensen says:

    Holy shite. Not sure if this, or the AlienWare m17 RTX 1080.

  13. bennyg says:

    Good old Clevo P170xM of some sort there at the end, I have one in the house that runs an overclocked 3.8ghz quad ivy bridge all day (faster than a 7700hq), and could upgrade it with a 1070 I have lying around if I wanted to. Yes it's a chalky 9lb brick, but let's see if these cheesey thin BGA soldered things are still working and serviceable running 1080p games @ high settings just fine in SIX YEARS time after TWELVE THOUSAND power on hours…

  14. komeon says:

    Gtx lmao ..the rtx logo wasn't released for them TM issue? or more evidence of the panic at the dark side of nvidia as their spies knew the radeon 7 would have 16gb and so panic early RTX launched to max returns on tech..

    The dark side team green was 500 million under in the last quarter nvidia.. ouch greedy green..hoping mining boom would allow your pascal to dominate beyond greedy 4 year sit on your assets tech.. And your friends on the Endor moon will not
    survive. .. yay imma pay for a 2080 and get 2060 performance ..loooool nope nvidia im afraid as much as i prefer your smoke and volumetrics of yeater year, radeon rebels are coming to knock you off your perch, lets hope that team red doesnt evolve to become what team green is today..

    As for this laptop, pass, certainly in its current status..

  15. johnty fiveofive says:

    was tomb raider the only game you could find where it slightly out-edged the 1080?

  16. ThePandaPhotographer says:

    I rather pay the 3,000 for a beast of a machine that can game and edit video and photo than a Macbook Pro that will fail on me after 2 weeks of ownership (true story)

  17. Kwiji says:

    its the same bullshit as when physX released. people cry and say: "we dont want that for the extra price/ we dont need that" now that everything runs smoothly, they are happy when they have fancy particle effects in their games. It´s always the same. Everything new is bad, everything old is better… just look at windows xp, win 7, win 10. no, windows xp is so much better who needs win 7… 3 years later, win 7 is so much better who needs win 10. are they retarded? dont they see the benefits of new technology. Going the next step and implementing something like raytracing to make things move forward is the only way. We use a kind of raytracing in 3d rendering for movies, but its slow and all cpu calculated (until a few days ago with the blender update at least) . We wouldnt get as much realism as with raytracing if we'd stick to the conventional graphics cards.

  18. Raihan Zahir says:

    So disappointed in rtx😢😞

  19. Liedx funx says:

    My hype has somewhat declined after viewing the performance and the approx price. It's not bad of course but that's not great either, when the Alienware 17 r4 from 2017 (which is slim too !) is doing the same and you know… the raytracing is purely optional. Thanks a lot for the video, MSI makes good laptops anyways plus I love the new design.

  20. valent666 says:

    What tablet is Gordan using?

  21. Tom Gjonaj says:

    This guy talks and reminds of the nvidia ceo

  22. Roy marr says:

    Nothing about temperature

  23. Youn Tune says:

    Why are we ALL expected to pay for ray-tracing which most of us won't be using? Is this Socialism? or Fascism?

  24. rmzzz76 says:

    Best Buy and NewEgg still do no these in stock, they are both trying to flush out all the GTX series laptops… In fact it appears no US retailer has them in stock yet. If you know somewhere I can buy an MSI RTX based laptop please reply.

  25. stormchasingk9 says:

    "Do you want a GPU that performs less than a GTX 1070 but costs twice as much? The 2080 Max-Q is here for you!"

  26. Platin 21 says:

    The only problem why it's a no buy is still 1080p and it's 2019 man that's stupid.

  27. V PR says:

    I am curious where lenovo extreme x1 will be in the charts.

  28. V PR says:

    So much great laptops these days. Gaming, productivity, business, everything i5 8th gen+ is superb. What an era.

    Thnx for the review.

  29. Jeremy titus says:

    Buy a bigger table mate

  30. TVB says:

    Great to see my 1080 oc in Alienware wold blast the max q 2080. I am safe !

  31. Darkswordz says:

    $3,000.00 for 45 fps. Fantastic. 🙁

  32. Trey Dobbs says:

    I see that Razer Blade on the desk. When's the updated Razer Blade review coming with the new RTX cards?

  33. aspirinemaga says:

    is this a dude from blizzard who did a presentation of diablo ?

  34. Kevin Wong says:

    Seems like the GS65 equipped with a GTX 1070 max q would be 5-10 frames in difference when it comes to games

  35. kevtiz03 says:

    Less bang for your buck

  36. Nawras EpicDuel says:

    Use SI units please. (Kilograms, metric system)

  37. Tryin'Tech says:

    7% increase in performance over the previous gen GTX 1080 Max-Q? This is underwhelming to say the least. I will hold on to my Acer Triton 700 for a couple more years.

  38. Muhammad Ibrahim Zafar says:

    Compare triton 500 , Zypherus and this

  39. Bera Moose says:

    I laughed at that last chart with the Port Royal vs older laptops, well done!

  40. Charlie.H says:

    I don't think lower weight and thinner is the right direction for high end laptop. If you want a beast machine, then you are gonna carrying the weight of a beast. If you want low heat, lower weight, thinner, you'd better choose 2060 or 1060 laptops.

  41. Kayla and Jim Bryant says:

    thermals? can i fry an egg on it?

  42. Yee How Liew says:

    Does the hinge break easily?

  43. Efrain Medrano says:

    I just wasted my time.. because its 3 000 frickin dollars 😫

  44. Ramy says:

    I cry everytime. I would never be able to afford to it 🙁

  45. IMHO says:

    I bought a GS70 a few years ago. Poor screen, uncomfortable keyboard, miserable touchpad, snarling fans. I do not recommend MSI.

  46. Jay Johnston says:

    I respect that there plugging all this stuff in the power strip that is labeled BAD

  47. Jaewon says:

    Msi gs75 vs Razer 15 new model . Which one should i go

  48. Brandon Gallemore says:

    This is exactly the type of channel I've been looking for. I've subscribed and turned on all notifications. Keep doing great work.

  49. Mihir Chitnis says:

    Please put some polish on the videos, look at the effort other youtubers make when reviewing ( eg- Dave 2D, Austin, MKBHD, Hardware Canucks etc).

  50. Ray Boogie says:

    Pounds.. use kg!

  51. Marco Chisari says:

    I think you need to compare the old notebook size at the end (a clevo model I suppose) with this full 2080 model here: MSI GE75 w/ RTX 2080 that has a full GPU on board and not a max-q version.

  52. Kingsthrone says:

    How about noise level?

  53. Moo Moo says:

    How about the noise lvl and cooling performance? The previous model which I owned and sent back had these problems.
    Did they solve this now?

  54. iMann iFail says:

    See I’m stuck in what to do at the moment. I work away from home Monday to Friday every week, back weekends. I had an AMD Ryzen build in mind and been waiting for the 3000 series to come out.. but thinking about it, because of the size and weight of the tower build, I will have to leave it at home so gaming only on weekends.. my other option is to go for a gaming laptop but obviously I want a good one. I know I’ll be a lot more for a laptop but it means I can game during the week. The issue I have is what to go for, do I wait out for the Nvidia 20 series laptop or settle with the 10 series.

  55. Damien says:

    so this is what happens when gpu with a 225watt tdp has to shrink down to the same tdp as last gens 180 watt x80 gpu alot of the performance gain suddenly goes away as some of that gain in the rise of the tomb raider could be from the 7700 vs 8750 cpu as it is getting up there in frames on that test where cpu comes into play

  56. Burak Kasapoglu says:

    Pretty shit laptop for value

  57. 85therealdeal says:

    MSI Killing off the GT laptop series? I am thinking about upgrading from my 5 year old GT70 at some stage.

  58. Jacob says:

    My MSI GE75 raider’s 2080 scores so much higher than this. Really glad I didn’t get the stealth. 24,232 in firestrike. Hits 90C under max load.

  59. M Rusli says:

    Hi i just want to know if any of the laptops that using rtx 20 series are having failures like those happen in desktop pcs?

  60. Edsknife says:

    Can't exactly benchmark with RTX ON because there's basically no data to compare

  61. Wesley Williams says:

    I think dual channel would change the performance a good bit because it comes standard with 1x16gb stick. im sure 2×8 would definitely make a difference

  62. Erwin M. says:

    I waited for RTX because I want to know what that little thing is able to do. I think RTX came out to early, the technic is not far enough to get out the full potential and that will kill this feature for the first. It is the same thing with the 3D function on laptops (like asus G74SX that I buy for 1800€ because I thought that it is the future, it looks still cool for diablo 3 but for more "powerhungry" games FORGET IT ). For myself every price offer 2000€ is overpaid. Some rumours say that the next generation will call GTX again, maybe that's a little tip from NVIDIA?😉

  63. C Nay says:

    i hate hate hate hate the gold

  64. Apotheosis says:

    yea ill stick with my 1080. no real leap in performance imo with rtx

  65. Hawa Camara says:

    Can I have that

  66. ItzFurry says:

    Geez $3000 hope they have some different configurations that are cheaper

  67. sufian bear says:

    Are the 3dmark benchmarks done with Overclocked gpus? They do not match up with my current Asus ROG Zephyrus GX501.

  68. officialhyhy says:

    5:00 GTX hahahaha

  69. William John says:

    Gold? Shut up and take my money!

  70. William John says:

    Can it run Candy Crush?

  71. Coffee Break Hero says:

    why are you comparing to 10 series only????

  72. paul reeves says:

    last time i watched these guys benchmarks they were incomplete and did not inc thermals. didnt watch this one, if im wrong on this one let me know pls.

  73. Demore Gains says:

    Those plastic "gold" hinges are a bit concerning, MSI's build quality has always been questionable despite the impressive specs.

  74. Jay Johnston says:

    Can someone compare it to Macbook pro as far as size goes only.

  75. FloraNova says:

    I know it’s a gaming computer but does it also work well for “work” ? I’m looking to get a laptop originally I wanted a MacBook Pro with the 20 Vega graphics however I built it it’s over $5K and I can just get a gaming computer with a better graphics for less lol.
    However I’m only a minor gamer, but i also plan on doing work on my laptop.
    I have never owned a windows computer, I have always owned Macs, my whole life growing up as well (my mom is an artist). So I don’t know anything about windows OS and how things work and the software and shit. I’m kinda diving in with my eyes closed lol

  76. Sly Ace says:

    What i hate is they reviewers always review the most expensive laptops of the series. How many people can buy it huh? Most people who will own this laptop will buy the 2060 version so why are you all reviewing the 2080 ones?

  77. Joseph Merle says:

    That four year old laptop on the right …………..DANG that's huge! the tested laptop was nice looking but 3000.00 dollars ouch. pay to play baby!!!

  78. okan elkin says:

    god i haven't heard gordon's voice in a long time.. since back in the maxpc podcast days when he would do the rant of the week.

  79. MadNose says:

    Waiting for GE 75. Its same spec, same price just with normal mobile RTX 2080 and just a bit more ugly 😛

  80. C7 says:

    Oh loook it's a gaming laptop but let's NOT judge it by how much it improves on GAMING PERFORMANCE. instead, let's rely on BENCHMARKS because that's what we do with GAMING LAPTOPS 95% of the time right? Running benchmarks for entertainment.

  81. Yuheng Qin says:

    i think ge75 raider has a better value with a non-mq 2080 and priced 2700, its heavier and thicker tho

  82. Ervin Talpai says:


  83. Charles Yeo says:

    You need more rtx laptops in the comparison. Especially comparing this to a full sized 17" rtx laptop with high clock speeds. Also comparing it to Asus zephyrus 701. The 17 inch version of the zephyrus

  84. John Mead says:

    I barely notice 30lb dumbbells in each hand. Let alone a 10lb laptop 😂 I know it makes a difference for college students. But fuck come on. That’s so light

  85. nfijef says:

    Gordon just throwin shit around haha.

  86. teachmehowtodoge says:

    Just wait 1 more year and buy this. Lol.

  87. Mark Davenport Jr says:

    Very nice I'm looking at laptops now to replace my dying PC 🙁 plus I'm close to friends and family now so a laptop replacement makes sense to me and I'm thinking of going for a laptop with these specs. 🙂

  88. Nick tan says:

    RTX 2080 Max Q vs GTX 1080 mobile ? Which is more powerful ?

  89. Karim Mohamed says:

    15 رمضان

    صلى على رسول الله

  90. Raul R3flex says:

    Ok I have 2000$ for a new gaming laptop and MSI GS75 cost

  91. Red Fox says:

    a MSi that haves a RTX 2080 build in that thing and its super thin like a small penny and it ways 4 pounds?? ..just shut up and take my fucking money!

  92. Samuel Lester says:

    I don't get it, why would you get the gs series with max-q for more money when you can buy the ge series with the full GPUs without max-q for cheaper?

  93. Xsavian King says:

    So many laptops and I don't have one 🙁 umm umm Can I have that Razer 🙂

  94. Br1koo says:

    Measure in fricking kilogramms, god dammit. WHATS A FUCKING POUND FOR CHRISTS SAKE?!

  95. Anmol Deep Singh says:

    full RTX 2080 maxQ laptop cant even run bf5 ultra settings Rtx on
    WOW nGreedia !
    the way its ment to be Ripped

  96. E Chin says:

    I just wanna know if I can run league of legends well on this

  97. CHHAILY Official says:


  98. Raj Singh says:


  99. Andrew Padgett says:

    I like how you treat a $3,000 laptop like a gta hooker

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