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Best MSI gaming laptop deals

Best MSI gaming laptop deals
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The best MSI gaming laptops have all the speed and elegance of an ancient dragon, delivering smooth framerates in style. MSI is a name associated with powerful gaming components, and can be found in our list of the best gaming laptops around. So we thought it best to find you the best prices on MSI gaming laptops, to keep you in touch with what's on offer right now.

If you're after true portability without sacrificing performance, the MSI Stealth Thin takes full advantage of Nvidia's Max-Q technology, with a slim-line chassis that weighs in at less than five pounds. You'd have a tough time finding a better gaming laptop giving the same level of portability, without ducking out on FPS.

If portability is second on the list, and performance is your top priority, a heavier 'muscle class' laptop (aka. desktop replacement) with more powerful components might be a better bet. The MSI GT75 Titan, for example, with it's choice of full-fat GTX or RTX graphics, these aptly named machines can handle recording, streaming, and editing too, as well as some immense gaming sessions.

The best MSI gaming laptop deals today

MSI Pulse GL66 | Nvidia RTX 3070 | Intel Core i7 11800H | 15.6-inch |144Hz |1080p | 16GB RAM | 512GB SSD | $1,499

MSI Pulse GL66 | Nvidia RTX 3070 | Intel Core i7 11800H | 15.6-inch |144Hz |1080p | 16GB RAM | 512GB SSD | $1,499 $1,379 at Amazon (save $119)
The RTX 3070 is far more capable in mobile form than it is on the desktop, particularly when driving a 1080p screen like this. Pair that with an 11th Gen Intel CPU, and that 144Hz screen will be well used. This is a decently specced gaming laptop that will handle whatever you throw at it.

MSI Pulse GL66 | Nvidia RTX 3050 | Intel Core i7 11800H |15.6-inch 144Hz 1080p | 16GB RAM | 1TB SSD | $1149

MSI Pulse GL66 | Nvidia RTX 3050 | Intel Core i7 11800H |15.6-inch 144Hz 1080p | 16GB RAM | 1TB SSD | $1149 $949 at Gamestop (save $199)
You're not seeing double, but Gamestop has a sale on a slightly lower spec GL66. You get all the same goodies from the above model, except this one comes with an RTX 3050 to keep your price under $1000. This model does have a sizable 1TB SSD which we never really see in laptops.  

MSI GF663 | Nvidia RTX 3050 | Intel Core i5 10300H | 15.6-inch |1080p | 16GB RAM | 256GB SSD | $958.88 at Amazon

MSI GF663 | Nvidia RTX 3050 | Intel Core i5 10300H | 15.6-inch |1080p | 16GB RAM | 256GB SSD | $958.88 at Amazon
MSI has recently updated this laptop to use the Nvidia RTX 3050, which is a step up from the previous GTX 1650. This means you now get to play with ray tracing and DLSS for better visuals. The quad-core, eight-thread CPU is potent, and while a 256GB SSD is a bit on the tight side, it's not a bad spec for under $1,000. You could always skimp on the RAM if you're looking to save money.

MSI GF75 | Nvidia GTX 1650 Ti | Intel Core i5 10300H | 17-inch |1080p |144Hz | 8GB RAM | 512GB SSD | $889 at Amazon

MSI GF75 | Nvidia GTX 1650 Ti | Intel Core i5 10300H | 17-inch |1080p |144Hz | 8GB RAM | 512GB SSD | $889 at Amazon
The extra $200 spent on this machine will net you a larger screen, and one with a refresh rate of 144Hz, too. The GTX 1650 Ti should deliver decent frame rates at the native 1080p resolution in most games too. That 512GB SSD is more than welcome too, especially with the storage hogs that games such as Call of Duty can be these days.

MSI Creator M16 | RTX 3050 Ti 4GB| Intel Core i7-11800H |16-inch | 2560x1600 | 60Hz | 16GB RAM | 512GB SSD | $1,599

MSI Creator M16 | RTX 3050 Ti 4GB| Intel Core i7-11800H |16-inch | 2560x1600 | 60Hz | 16GB RAM | 512GB SSD | $1,599 $1,249 at Adorama (save $350)
If you do more work than play, this MSI Creator should be right up your alley. This laptop has a great display 1600p display and should be able to handle all of your photo and video editing needs along with with some light gaming. 

Alan has been writing about PC tech since before 3D graphics cards existed, and still vividly recalls having to fight with MS-DOS just to get games to load. He fondly remembers the killer combo of a Matrox Millenium and 3dfx Voodoo, and seeing Lara Croft in 3D for the first time. He's very glad hardware has advanced as much as it has though, and is particularly happy when putting the latest M.2 NVMe SSDs, AMD processors, and laptops through their paces. He has a long-lasting Magic: The Gathering obsession but limits this to MTG Arena these days.

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