MSI

MSI, short for Micro-Star International, is a Taiwanese hardware manufacturer founded in 1986. The company has been one of the world’s largest manufacturers of motherboards and graphics cards for many years, but also produces other PC hardware, including laptops. MSI is also an original design manufacturer (ODM), meaning that partner companies may sell MSI products under their own brands.

Most MSI laptops are performance- or gaming-oriented, ranging from a relatively high-performing entry level to the extreme – as seen in e.g. the GT Titan series. The company’s gaming notebooks are categorized by the first two letters in their model names:

  • GV series: Entry-level gaming laptops (15.6″ and 17.3″).
  • GF series: Entry-level, thin-and-light form factor (15.6″ and 17.3″).
  • GL series: Entry-level/mid-range (15.6″ and 17.3″).
  • GP series: Mid-range (15.6″ and 17.3″).
  • GE series: Mid-range/high-end (15.6″ and 17.3″).
  • GS series: Mid-range/high-end, thin-and-light form factor (15.6″ and 17.3″).
  • GT series: High-end/extreme (15.6″, 17.3″ and 18.4″).
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MSI GE75 Raider
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1 year ago

MSI GE75 Raider

$2,699.99 $2,695.00 -0%
Meta-review: Editors praise the raw performance offered by the GE75 Raider, but are not as happy about factors such as its lack of Thunderbolt 3 support.
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MSI GS75 Stealth
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1 year ago

MSI GS75 Stealth

$2,199.99 $2,174.62 -1%
Meta-review: Editors praise the GS75's sleek design, excellent performance, and decent battery life, but are less impressed by the maintenance options and chassis rigidity.
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MSI GS65 Stealth
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1 year ago

MSI GS65 Stealth

$2,399.00 $1,848.99 -23%
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MSI GT63 Titan (8SG/8SF)
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1 year ago

MSI GT63 Titan (8SG/8SF)

$2,899.00
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MSI GT75 Titan 9SG/9SF
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Meta-review: At the time of writing, there are few comprehensive reviews available of the Titan 9SF and 9SG. But other than the new CPU/GPU combo, it's largely identical to its direct predecessors, which were well received by hardware editors.
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