Amazon’s Prime Day Sale may be going on, but don’t let that fool you, there are many other great deals out there. One of these includes MSI’s “Back to School” Offer which lets you redeem discounts of up to 21,000 INR on their latest range of gaming laptops, packing Intel’s 9th Gen Core i5 and i7 CPUs paired with NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 1650 GPU (4GB). You also get a 512GB SSD for speedy load times along with 8GB of DDR4 memory.

MSI GL63 Gaming Laptop

Price: ₹54,990 (-4000 Off)

Specs:

CPUIntel Core i5-9300H (4C/8T @ 4.1GHz Boost)
GPUNVIDIA GTX 1050 4GB VRAM
Storage512GB SSD
Memory8GB DDR4 RAM
Display15.6 inch 1080p IPS
OSWindows 10 Home

The MSI GL63 is a solid entry-level gaming laptop, and at this price is highly recommended for people looking for a budget gaming option in the 50-60K INR range. The 9th Gen Intel Core i5 packs four cores running at a base and boost clock of 2.4 and 4.1GHz, respectively. The accompanying GeForce GTX 1050 should be able to run most titles (@1080p) at 60 FPS using the medium to high graphics preset. Lastly, the 512 GB SSD will ensure that you don’t stare at loading screens any longer than you have to. All this in a 2.2kg package is not a bad offer.

MSI GF63 Gaming Laptop

Price: ₹73,990 (21,000 Off)

Specs:

CPUIntel Core i5-9300H (4C/8T @ 4.1GHz Boost)
GPUNVIDIA GTX 1650 Max-Q (4GB)
Storage512GB SSD
Memory8GB DDR4 RAM
Display15.6 inch 1080p IPS
OSWindows 10 Home

The GF63 is almost identical to the GL63 except it swaps out the GTX 1050 and replaces it with the newer Turing based GTX 1650. The GeForce GTX 1650 sits between the GTX 1050 Ti and the 1060 when it comes to gaming performance and consumes lesser power than its 14nm predecessor. The rest of the specs are unchanged. You’ve got a hyperthreaded Core i5-9300H with four cores, 8GB of DDR4 memory and 512GB of SSD storage.

MSI GF63 (i7 Variant)

Price: ₹83,990

Specs:

CPUIntel Core i7-9750H (6C/12T @ 4.5 GHz Boost)
GPUNVIDIA GTX 1650 Max-Q (4GB)
Storage512GB SSD
Memory8GB DDR4 RAM
Display15.6 inch 1080p IPS
OSWindows 10 Home

This is the i7 variant of the GF63 and comes with the hex-core Intel Core 9750H CPU. The graphics responsibilities are satisfied by the GeForce GTX 1650 Max-Q (4GB) and a 15.6 inch 1080p IPS display. The storage and memory are the same as the cheaper variant. You are essentially paying 10K for two additional cores and slightly faster frequencies. I’d suggest buying this if you are into content creation and multi-threaded tasks like video editing, encoding, CAD, etc. However, for sheer gaming, it’s better to stick to the cheaper model, as the i5 won’t be an issue and often it’ll be the 1650 bottlenecking the performance.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. It’s really good too see that you are finally dealing in INR and not $ . Catering to the Indian market.
    All The Best and keep posting articles like this.

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