MSI GE62 6QF Apache Pro
on Unigine Heaven, the benchmark crashed a few times before eventually giving us an average frame rate of 33 fps.
Despite the conservative benchmark scores, we can gladly tell you that the 6QF is still capable of running the majority of triple-A titles flawlessly, either at their highest or second highest setting.
We actually dug a little deeper and found out that there is a variation of the 6QF with a 4K display, but frankly, actually gaming on that variant with a GTX 970M (note the 'M' moniker) discrete GPU would be practically unplayable.
There are two caveats that grind our gears. In comparison with the competition's gaming notebooks, the 6QF, like all its other Apache brothers, is only fitted with a standard 1TB HDD. By right, all Apache models are supposed to have an M.2 SSD built inside to allow for that blistering-fast speed that we've become accustomed to, but unfortunately, the 6QF is devoid of such benefits.
Then, there is MSI's Cooler Boost cooling technology for the machine. By default, the fans already whir away, oblivious to the world around it. The very minute you turn on the Cooler Boost function (it's located at the top right of the notebook, just next to the power button), the sound of the spinning fans becomes quite deafening. With that said, the feature still does its job by keeping the palmrest of the 6QF only just lukewarm to the touch.