MSI has just introduced a new model of its GS63 Stealth line of notebooks. The newest variant features the same ultra-slim design, but with a more affordable GeForce GTX 1050 GPU. At just 1.8kg, the Stealth also features a powerful cooling module with three fans and five heatpipes to keep the system optimal at all times.
The notebook has a 72 percent NTSC display, SteelSeries multi-color backlit keyboard and Killer Double shot for smoother online gameplay. It also takes advantage of MSI’s Cooler Boost Trinity technology and features five heatpipes for effective low-noise heat dissipation, even while gaming.
Cooler Boost Trinity consists of triple enhanced fans, the Whirlwind Blade which increases airflow by up to 30% at same RPM. There are separate cooling systems for the CPU and GPU, and combined with NVIDIA’s latest GeForce GTX 1050, the system will be able to perform to its full capacity for a long period of time.
The GTX 1050 GPU drives MSI’s Matrix Display which can support up to 3 external displays simultaneously (three external or built-in + two external). Matrix Display supports 4K output with a resolution up to 3840 x 2160.
Built for gaming
Like all laptops from MSI, the GS63 Stealth features a SteelSeries keyboard. With the keyboard and SteelSeries Engine 3, gamers can play with preset macros or their own customized macros for a more personalized touch. There are thousands of customization options through SteelSeries Engine.
Even better, the ergonomically-designed keys offer an optimum WASD zone and support of anti-ghosting capability for up to 45 keys. A mechanical-level Shielding solution makes the keyboard one iof their most solid ever.
During gameplay, SteelSeries Engines 3 serves as your firearm. With SSE3, you get to suit up your weapon with cool look by lightening it up with multiple backlit colors, transform your keyboard into a high technology firearm by setting up several keys into one key command and cloud syncing all SteelSeries gears together.