The GE62 6QF Apache Pro can be a bit of a hardsell due to its deafening fans and lack of SSD.
Display 15.6-inch FHD (1,920 x 1,080) matte IPS panel // Graphics NVIDIA GeForce 970M (3GB GDDR5) // I/O Ports 1x power port, 2x USB 3.0, 1x USB 3.1 Type-C, 1x HDMI 1.4, 1x Mini-DisplayPort, 1x 2-in-1 card reader, audio/microphone combo jack // Battery 6-cell battery // Connectivity Wi-Fi 802.11ac, // Dimensions 383 (W) x 260 (D) x 27~29 (H)mm // Weight Approx. 2.4kg // Warranty 2-year // Contact MSI Malaysia // Telephone 1 300 22 1986 // URL my.msi.com
FEBRUARY 2016 A new year, a new notebook. In MSI's case, it's actually a whole a range of gaming notebooks that's been refreshed, and they include the mid-range, Apache segment of gaming notebooks. On this page, we'll be talking about just how the GE62 6QF Apache Pro-the best of the two 15.6-inch Full HD gaming notebooks-stacks up against the competition.
Specifications-wise, the 6QF is fitted with Intel's new 2.60GHz Core i7-6700HQ (the non-OC variant, to be specific), 8GB of the latest DDR4L RAM, and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970M graphics. To complement all that power, gamers are given a 15.6-inch Full HD Anti-Glare IPS display, which actually does the job pretty well.
While that may not seem like a lot, the 6QF actually took advantage of all that power to run our benchmarks and games without a hitch. On 3DMark, the scores were 6,389 for Fire Strike, 3,339 for Fire Strike Extreme, and 1,729 for Fire Strike Ultra. On PCMark 8, the 6QF scored 2,533 overall, while
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