ByJocelyn Longoria 2019-05-25 1838
According to the Taiwanese firm, the laptop may opt for a ninety-generation Intel Core i9 "full desktop", so we assume that it is a "K" series with multiplier unlocked for its 8 cores and 16 threads of processing and frequencies up to 5 GHz.
The graphics subsystem is not far behind and will mount a dedicated NVIDIA RTX 2080. To keep temperatures under control, MSI has prepared the Cooler Boost Titan cooling system, which includes eleven heat pipes and four fans, which according to the company allows more than double the air flow than usual.
MSI GT76 Titan has an aluminum chassis and thin bezels on a 15.6-inch IPS screen that will double the refresh rate from 120 to 240 Hz. It has the usual mechanical keyboard with RGB LED lighting of the series and the Wi version. -Fi 6, the most advanced of the wireless standard.
MSI has also announced the update of other laptops such as the GE65 Raider and P65 Creator, while in desktop, the most interesting may be the MSI Trident Plus, which is touted as the smallest desktop computer for games in the world. It will include, like the previous ones, a hardware base composed of an Intel Core i9 CPU and NVIDIA RTX graphics.
We will know all the details, availability and price during the Computex, but go level to go ahead everything that will come from the Taiwan fair.
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