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The best MSI gaming laptops 2020: our pick of the gaming powerhouses

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The best MSI gaming laptops boast more than enough power for your gaming needs, packing Nvidia Turing graphics and Intel Comet Lake chips. And, they’re just the ticket if you want a laptop that can handle just about any AAA PC game you throw at it while still allowing you to stay mobile.

But, before you go out and shell out some serious silver on the priciest, most powerful model you can find, bear in mind that not all MSI gaming laptops are created equal. Some are seriously pricey and tout sheer power, while others are budget-friendly and can handle casual gaming. So, take a step back and assess your gaming needs before you hit buy. Depending on the type of gaming you do, you might not even need to spend that much money on the best MSI gaming laptops for you.

We gathered the best MSI gaming laptops on the market today. Whether you’re looking for something that’s affordable or one that’s a potent desktop replacement, you’ll find your ideal match on our list. Remember to use the included exclusive price comparison tool as well, so you can get the best price available.

MSI GS65 Stealth

MSI GS65 Stealth will let you take up to an Nvidia RTX 2080 on the road. (Image Credit: MSI)

1. MSI GS65 Stealth

Thin. Stylish. Powerful

CPU: Intel Core i7 | Graphics: Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 (6GB GDDR6 VRAM, Max-Q) - RTX 2080 (8GB GDDR6 VRAM, Max-Q) | RAM: 16GB - 32GB | Screen: 15.6-inch FHD (1,920 x 1,080) anti-glare, wide-view 144Hz panel | Storage: 256GB - 512GB M.2 SSD

Very powerful 
Thin and light 

There’s this traditional image that many people have for gaming laptops: a thick brick of a device that you can’t carry around in your backpack. And, while there are a couple MSI gaming laptops like that, the MSI GS65 Stealth is the exact opposite. Measuring just 1.16 inches thick and weighing 4.19 pounds, this laptop will let you take up to an Nvidia RTX 2080 on the road, without blowing your back out. It also helps that it’s gorgeous: an all-black design with gold accents and RGB lighting. If you can afford it, you can’t go wrong here.

Read the full review: MSI GS65 Stealth 

MSI GT75 Titan

If you’re looking for something with a bit of extra juice, the MSI GT75 Titan is the MSI gaming laptop for you. (Image Credit: MSI)

2. MSI GT75 Titan

All in the name

CPU: Intel Core i7-i9 | Graphics: Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 (8GB GDDR6 VRAM) - RTX 2080 (8GB GDDR6 VRAM) | RAM: 16GB - 32GB | Screen: 17.3-inch FHD (1,920 x 1,080) anti-glare, wide-view 144Hz panel - UHD (3,840 x 2,160) | Storage: 256GB NVMe SSD - 512GB M.2 SSD + 1TB 7,200RPM HDD

All the power 
Juicy keyboard 
Big and expensive 

Sometimes you just need a tank to get the job done. Sure, there are all kinds of gaming laptops out there that are thin and light and can get the job done. But, what if you’re looking for something with a bit of extra juice? Well, the MSI GT75 Titan is the MSI gaming laptop for you. This beast features full-fat Nvidia RTX graphics and up to 32GB of RAM, meaning that no matter which game you’re playing, nothing will slow you down. Even professional video editing programs will be smooth as butter, too, so you can record and edit your gaming highlights without breaking a sweat.

Read the full review: MSI GT75 Titan 


MSI GF63 will deliver great frame rates in your favorite esports titles without paying a fortune. (Image Credit: MSI)

3. MSI GF63

Esports gaming in style

CPU: Intel Core i7 | Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 (4GB GDDR5) - GTX 1050 Ti (4GB GDDR5) | RAM: up to 32GB | Screen: 15.6-inch FHD (1,920 x 1,080) IPS | Storage: 1TB HDD

Bezel-less display 
Great performance for the money 

Gaming laptops, especially since Nvidia’s RTX lineup hit the street, are more expensive than ever. Packing a thin and light package with powerful hardware gets expensive, so when we find an MSI gaming laptop that offers a prodigious value, we take note. The MSI GF63 isn’t the most powerful laptop on the market, far from it, but with up to an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti, you’ll be able to get great frame rates in your favorite esports titles without paying a fortune. Add that to the attractive chassis and super-thin bezels and it’s not hard to see why it’s just a great buy. It doesn’t come with an SSD out of the box, but with a screwdriver and 15 minutes of your time, you can fix that.  

MSI GE75 Raider

MSI GE75 Raider delivers comparable performance to a much thicker laptop without sacrificing portability. (Image Credit: MSI)

4. MSI GE75 Raider

The best of both worlds

CPU: Intel Core i7 | Graphics: Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 (6GB GDDR6) - RTX 2080 (8GB GDDR6) | RAM: Up to 32GB | Screen: 17.3-inch FHD (1,920 x 1,080) 144Hz IPS | Storage: 256GB NVMe SSD + 1TB HDD - 512GB NVMe SSD + 1TB

Still portable 
A little pricey 

It’s easy to find an MSI gaming laptop that really grabs your attention, the svelte design of the GS65 Stealth, the titanic performance of the GT75 Titan. However, sometimes finding something right down the middle is the best move. And, while we haven’t reviewed the MSI GE75 Raider quite yet, the high-end specs should deliver comparable performance to a much thicker laptop without sacrificing portability. It’s not quite “thin and light”, but you should be able to carry it around. And, that space you’re getting over something like the GS65 Stealth means you can upgrade it however you want – you can even fit two NVMe drives in there. 

The MSI GL63 delivers an Intel Core i7 processor and an Nvidia RTX 2060 for less than the competition. (Image Credit: MSI)

The MSI GL63 delivers an Intel Core i7 processor and an Nvidia RTX 2060 for less than the competition. (Image Credit: MSI) (Image credit: MSI)

5. MSI GS66 Stealth

Top-notch screen and practical design

CPU: 10th-generation Intel Core i7 - i9 | Graphics: Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 Super with Max-Q – RTX 2080 Super with Max-Q | RAM: 16GB – 32GB DDR4 2666MHz | Screen: 15.6" FHD, IPS-Level 144Hz – 15.6" FHD, Anti-Glare Wide View Angle 300Hz | Storage: 512GB – 1TB NVMe SSD

Fantastic 240Hz screen
Solid components throughout
Good battery life, ergonomics and connectivity
Rivals have more CPU power
Some temperature issues

The 240Hz displays are trending these days, so if you’ve been looking to get on that bandwagon, there’s no better than the MSI GS66 Stealth. One of the best MSI gaming laptops in 2020, this portable boasts a brilliant 240Hz screen and great internals, as well as impressive ergonomics and connectivity. It’s battery life and cooling solution could be better, but that’s hardly surprising considering all that power under the hood, starting with the Super RTX graphics cards it’s rocking. Need to go higher than 240Hz? It’s even got a staggering 300Hz refresh rate option.

Read the full review: MSI GS66 Stealth


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