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From the design to the inside, the GS66 Stealth is miles ahead of its predecessor. Not only it looks better (in our view), but it is sturdier and offers upgrade options that are far easier to access. Also, the 99.9Wh battery lasts for almost 7 hours of We...
Responsive touchpad, Thunderbolt 3, and Wi-Fi 6 support, Takes up to 64GB of DDR4 memory and has two M.2 slots, The display is PWM-free above 25% brightness (and the frequency of the flickers is high-enough below that) (Sharp LQ156M1JW03), 240Hz refresh r...
Lacks an SD card reader, The laptop gets pretty hot on the outside during gaming, The keyboard is a bit underwhelming, despite its Per-Key RGB backlight
Source: Daniel Thorp-Lancaster / Windows CentralWith gaming laptops gradually getting slimmer and more stylish, there are a lot of options out there nowadays. The MSI GS66 Stealth certainly turns in a high performance that makes it worth the money, but it...
Great build, Sleek, modern black design, Turns out great performance, Vibrant, lightningfast 300Hz display
Expensive, Battery life is just okay
F or For years, Razer has set the standard for making gaming laptops that are compact, slim, and feel great to use. MSI wants to end that streak, and its new GS66 Stealth is actually a viable alternative, at least in terms of performance. It still has a l...
Improved design, Efficient cooling, Powerful, Big trackpad
Keyboard layout needs work, The aluminum chassis flexes on the bottom, Lots of bloatware, Missing an SD card slot
The MSI GS66 Stealth is an impressively thin and light gaming laptop with solid performance, but our high-end configuration probably strained the thermal limits of the design. A dialed-down configuration will probably deliver better bang for buck...
Lightweight, gorgeous chassis, Powerful graphics and overall performance, Great battery life for a gaming laptop, Agile SSD
Weak audio, A bit pricey
The MSI GS66 comes in several SKUs with two CPU options (Core i7-10750H, Core i9-10980HK) and three GPU options (GeForce RTX 2060, RTX 2070 Super Max-Q, RTX 2080 Super Max-Q). The two SKUs we've tested so far are the GS66 10SGS (Core i7-10750H, RTX 2080 S...
silky-smooth 240 Hz and 300 Hz panels come standard, long battery life especially for a gaming laptop, fast black-white gray-gray response times, stronger chassis than the GS65, extra-wide clickpad, full-size Arrow keys
Performance differences between 2070 Super Max-Q and 2080 Super Max-Q are very small, loud fan noise when gaming, long charging time, no Thunderbolt 3
The MSI GS66 Stealth has the looks of a flagship with strong gaming performance, but it runs hot and loud with so-so productivity power...