MSI GE65 Raider is a brand new game product that targets the mid-to-high-end game market. Compared to the GE63, the GE65’s body design continues to be light and thin. The main unit weighs 2.27Kg, and the body thickness is 26.9mm. The GE63 has a body weight of 2.6Kg and a body thickness of 29.5mm.
MSI GE65 features an Intel’s 9th generation Core Duo processor, which can be equipped with a Core i9 processor and a built-in dual memory slot. It can be equipped with up to 64GB of DDR4 2666MHz memory. It has a built-in M.2 PCIe SSD slot, an M.2 PCIe/SATA SSD hybrid slot, and a 2.5-inch hard drive bay.
Depending on the model, the NVIDIA RTX2070 or RTX2060 discrete graphics card will be available. The MSI GE65 features a narrow bezel screen design with a 15.6-inch 1920 x 1080 resolution IPS display and a 144Hz screen refresh rate.
Today, I will disassemble an MSI GE65 Raider. I will remove the bottom case to access the battery, M.2 SSD, Wi-Fi card, RAM, cooling fan, speaker, heatsink, and motherboard.
To access its internal components, the first thing to do is to remove all the screws that secure the bottom case. It is worth noting that one screw is covered by MSI’s warranty label, which means you can’t open the bottom cover privately. Otherwise, you will lose the warranty