How come 3 different MSI GS63VR tests have totally different speaker results (75-79-90Db loudness in 3 different SKUs with one of them being worse than 50% of other devices, while the other is 80%!). I am not questioning things like temperature, noise, battery life since they are dependant on GPU/CPU config, but speakers should be the same, no?
Unfortunately, the display is a mixed bag due in part to its RGBW pixel array. The panel is not a "true 4K" resolution and other manufacturers like Gigabyte and HP have recently dropped RGBW in favor of the more traditional RGB setup.
That's a good description of the issue. I like that. Keep this up.
- 15.6" Full HD (1920x1080), IPS level panel (Optional) - I checked and this one is actually stated as 100% sRGB/72% NTSC - 15.6" UHD (3840x2160), IPS level panel, 100% Adobe RGB (Optional)
So who's wrong? If it's MSI, it's the most blatant lie any manufacturer put on their webpage. If it's you, I think you owe them an apology and a correction of the review, because it probably put off a lot of people, like me.
"Unless if gaming at native 4K UHD on low-medium settings with no G-Sync sounds appealing." Don't these screens downscale perfectly to 1080p? Were you able to test this? There's an increasing amount of discussion about this since screens are slowly becoming better at scaling.
Would love to see an extensive test on the matter too!
Stealth gamer. The first generation GS60 was infamous for its loud fans and hot temperatures. Now that the second generation GS63VR has been made available with more power efficient Kaby Lake and Pascal options, the super-thin MSI series has been a lot easier to recommend.