MSI Announces GS60 Ghost Gaming Notebook

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    MSI, the leading gaming computer innovator and maker, now presenting the brand new design GS60 Ghost gaming notebook. The MSI engineers refine every detailed material and component to increase the per...

    MSI Announces GS60 Ghost Gaming Notebook
     
  2. Ven0m

    Ven0m Ancient Guru

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    It might be a great dev/gaming laptop, especially with 3k screen and 870M.

    Their top line gaming laptop may be good for desktop replacement, but for me it's way too bulky. On the other hand, GS60 looks exceptionally well.
     
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    3K is bull**** for something that is a bit slower than a 7870 to drive.. There is no way that it will drive native ress for newer games.
     
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    is there any laptop atm that can beat my overclocked 7950 in games? i really doubt that and not to mention that i payed only 220euros for it 1.5 year ago...
     

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    zipper Maha Guru

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    Of course - but the price difference is vast.
     
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    Vxheous Maha Guru

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    People don't buy gaming laptops thinking they'll outperform desktops. People buy them because they want to game outside of their home. For instance, I spend about ~15-20hr/week playing games, and I spend about 50% of that time gaming away from home (where my desktop resides.) So getting a gaming laptop (Aorus X7 in my case) is worth it to me. Sure, I could've taken that $2400 and thrown dual titan blacks into my desktop, but then I pretty much lose out on that other 50% of gaming time (and no, I don't want to game on a ****ty laptop at 1366x768)
     

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