Questions regarding GS60 and GS70 6QE models

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  1. xx004

    xx004 Newbie

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    Okay so i'm new, but ive got a few qeustions!

    i'm looking to buy the model "MSI GS60 6QE 029" here's a link to the store :
    http://www.wehkamp.nl/Zoeken/ArtikelDetail.aspx?ArtikelNummer=625035&Ntt=msi gs60&PI=0&PrI=0&Nrpp=96&Blocks=0&View=Grid

    ive got two qeustions, when gaming, and using 1080p for increased performance, does it look blurry? and does it still need more performance as i'd use the 1080p version of the laptop and game at 1080p instead?

    secondly, between this laptop and the "GS70 6QE 012" listed on this website which of the two is more silent :
    http://www.wehkamp.nl/elektronica/l...inch-laptop/C26_6F4_F5C_625031/?MediumCode=86


    thanks for awnsering my qeustions, since both laptops are kind of pricy i do kinda want the one i like best, the qeustions i just asked are mostly deciding factors for me.

    Sorry if im breaking forum rules if any, i'm new!
     
  2. Kevin@GenTechPC

    Kevin@GenTechPC Company Representative

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    It looks smooth, but not blurry.
    1080P is a decent resolution therefore you can run any games at 1080P, however, visual quality setting is the factor here so please note that you may not be able to use highest settings on everything.

    As far as fan noise is concerned, both models output the same amount of noise level.
     
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    sorry multipost, internet issues
     
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    xx004 Newbie

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    Thanks for awnsering, but which laptop will run hotter, and does the visual quality really matter that much using 1080p on 4K?... lets say i just use 1080p but leave the visual quality sliders where it's at... is it still smooth?
     
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    Both use an almost identical heatsink so will sound the same.

    Most games will have no issues running 1080p just fine :) Exact settings will vary from title to title, there is no blanket answer here.
     
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    Since the machines are pretty much identical except GPUs, however both of their temperature will rise and max out at the same level in the end.
    Visual quality settings vary from game to game so not every set of setting can provide the same outcome. It's highly recommended to use Nvidia's GeForce Experience to apply the most optimal settings for your games since those settings were tuned and tested by Nvidia previously.
     
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    okica11 Notebook Enthusiast

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    I'm guessing if there is smooth picture in games so it is using chrome/word/adobe premiere, right ? Could you use FHD resolution on 4K screen for everyday work (word, chrome)? Can you take a picture of a screen so we can see how it really looks? I would rather buy MSI GS60 (skylake) with 1080p panel than 4k but they only sell 4k in germany. I have no idea if I can find 1080p model in europe.

    Is 4k screen comparable (sRGB space, contrast, brightness) to FHD display (or perhaps even better?) ? There is great review of PC and screen but model is FHD, not 4K http://www.notebookcheck.net/Xotic-PC-MSI-GS60-6QE-002US-Notebook-Review.152667.0.html .

    Is there any battery life difference between FHD and 4K ?

    And lastly: Is 4k display IPS and is it glossy or matte ?

    I'm sorry for long post but those are all questions that i'm interested in before purchase :)
    Thank you and greetings from Slovenia!
     
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    It will be smooth in those applications.
    You can use FHD on 4K screen since they are on the same ratio.

    Any panel is considered great only when it's IPS, which varies from region to region therefore please double check with your local dealers on this including glossy/matte surface.
     
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