Irrespective of whether you are a normal gamer or a pro in this field, looking forward to MSI launches is something common for both the groups. Whatever the scenario be, it is likely that NVIDIA has something planned out for launch on April 02, 2020 and pile that with the leaks that have been marketed by MSI for the GS66 Stealth model, you have a clear winner there.
Rumors suggest that Intel is also gearing up for the launch of their Comet Lake-H processors with the GeForce RTX for enhanced mobile processing. With that being something on the cards and the possible launch of Intel processors and NVIDIA processors, the MSI GS66 Stealth is likely going to be integrated with the i7-10750H and RTX2080 Super.
The flagship status of the device has leaked the processor details suggesting that it will feature a processor with a boost up to 5.3 GHz which is the Thermal Velocity Boost.
The new Stealth GS66 is a direct upgrade to the precursor GS65 in terms of the overall features as well as the design too. The new Comet Lake-H series that is believed to be integrated in these gaming laptops is going to sport the whopping 8 cores and 16 threads.
If the combination of i7-10750H and RTX2080 Super is anything to go by, you can be assured that the device is going to have the very best graphics in it without any further questions asked. This is the reason because there is no other better configuration available in the market that competes with that.
Aside from that, the leaked information for the Stealth GS66 suggests that the device is going to be equipped with a stunning 15.6” anti-glare and wide view angle IPS Type display with completely high definition results unlike anything else. It is also going to sport a refresh rate of 300Hz.
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The device is also equipped with all the latest connectivity options including the Thunderbolt 3.1 and the USB options too, if that is something you have been worried about. The storage options on the device includes 512 GB NVMe SSD along with 32 (16×2) GB SDRAM.