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MSI Creator 15: Good system performance meets bright UHD panel

A good display: MSI Creator 15
A good display: MSI Creator 15
MSI has enhanced this series' strengths with the Creator 15. The Comet Lake update offers a decent performance increase while the UHD panel scores points with its high luminosity and vivid colors. Only the battery suffers from this high performance.
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MSI has chosen the Comet Lake CPU Intel Core i7-10875H for its Creator 15. This content creator notebook manages to make the most out of the processor's potential. The results of our CineBench R15 loop are good throughout with performance only dropping minimally and remain above that of the competition at all times. If you look at all CPU test results, the processor is positioned in the upper mid-range of our comparison field.

The notebook is also equipped with a Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 Max-Q and 16 GB of RAM as well as two 1-TB RAID SSDs. While the SSDs and the RAM module both ensure good results in our PCMark system performance benchmarks, the graphics card can't quite live up to its expectations. But as the Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 Max-Q was already installed in the previous year's model, we weren't expecting a performance increase here anyway. 

The MSI Creator 15 not only provides a good case and reliable system performance, but also a good, high-quality UHD panel with great colors that can be further adjusted to various color spaces in the MSI Creator Center. The brightness is so high that the notebook can be used in any surroundings.

Find out more about the MSI Creator 15 in our detailed review.

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Mike Wobker, 2020-10-17 (Update: 2020-10-17)
Mike Wobker
Editor of the original article: Mike Wobker - Editor
I made my first IT walking attempts on a 386 with 4 MB of RAM. After that followed various PCs and notebooks, which I looked after and repaired in my circle of friends and acquaintances. After an apprenticeship as a telecommunications systems engineer and several years of professional experience, I graduated with a bachelor's degree in industrial engineering. Today I live out my fascination for IT, technology and mobile devices by writing test reports. In my free time I like to devote myself to vegan cooking and spend time with my family, which includes a whole range of animal roommates.