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Author Topic: MSI's best bet against the XPS 15 will now have 9th gen Core i9, 4K UHD, and faster GeForce RTX graphics  (Read 885 times)

Redaktion

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The P65 Creator will match the Core i9 and 4K UHD options of the latest Dell XPS 15 while offering faster RTX 2070 Max-Q graphics compared to only the GTX 1650 or 1050 Ti Max-Q on the Dell. The business-professional gray chassis stands out from the otherwise black and red MSI G series for gamers.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/MSI-s-best-bet-against-the-XPS-15-will-now-have-9th-gen-Core-i9-4K-UHD-and-faster-GeForce-RTX-graphics.421297.0.html

Ren

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I find the P65 and P42's chassis are really flexible and flimsy compared to Dell XPS or Lenovo Thinkpad.

George

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I find the P65 and P42's chassis are really flexible and flimsy compared to Dell XPS or Lenovo Thinkpad.
Mhm. I’m also skeptical if the thin chassis can handle an i9 with throttling like crazy. I like the look of it more but I’d rather stick with a ThinkPad.

Roger

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I had a Msi laptop from 2016 and at first thought it was a bargain. Then after travelling with it a few times the screws ripped out of the plastic. Thin and light laptops are great for travel but if not sturdy then whats the point?

 

 
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