MSI GF63 Thin 9RCX Driver – If I noticed, MSI GF series Thin seems to be a cheap version of the MSI GS series,-which has a selling value on the side of portability, with the selling value being compact and lightweight.
But of course with some trimming in some areas. And the most noticeable in the review unit of the MSI GF63 Thin 9RCX is its spec-down specification, as well as the material side.
Unfortunately, when this review article goes up, the latest version of GF63 Thin with GTX 1650 I see has started to slap its ‘ nose rod ‘. As info, GF63 version of the new version i5 + GTX 1650 was sold at 13.1 million. While the version of i7 + GTX 1650, there was a 16m million.
Therefore, the price of GTX 1050 Ti version is 3 million cheaper, enough so the reason for us to dig deeper is related, how well this laptop is considered compared to the GTX 1650 version.
Despite the many enhancements made by MSI on the design of this product, but for the layman who does not really pay attention to the development of the MSI laptop product, will surely think MSI is not creative. Because broadly, the design is synonymous with GL and GP series.
The GF looks to adopt the GS series chassis design with a plain-style LCD cover with no typical GT and GE muscle Aura series, and a workstation design that comes without Numpad.
MSI GF63 Thin 9RCX is more than enough for the needs of content creation. For gaming, as long as you do not require gaming 60 FPS, or want to do a little adjustment, I think the GF63 Thin 9RCX is still reliable as a gaming PC for the next 2 years.