- It looks just as good as machines like the Dell XPS 15 or the Apple MacBook Pro, and the dimensions compete well – the Dell and Apple machines are a little heavier, while the Microsoft Surface Book 2 also proves heftier if you choose its Core i7 version.
- Elsewhere, Creator Centre monitors system usage, temperatures and fan speeds, and can be used to choose screen modes.
- The former figure rules out HDR content creation, while the latter figure means the PS63 won’t handle design work that requires full Adobe compatibility.
- It’s a mid-range chip from 2018’s Nvidia range, and MSI has chosen to use the card’s Max-Q version – which means that its clock speeds have been reduced in order to improve efficiency.
- The two models of MSI PS63 available in the US have GTX 1050 Ti and GTX 1050 GPUs, and the former machine also has a 1TB SSD – twice as large as the SSD in the latter laptop.
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