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MSI's monstrous new Titan GT laptop costs nearly S$10,000

By Hoots the Owl - on 14 Feb 2023, 12:03am

MSI's monstrous new Titan GT laptop costs nearly S$10,000

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MSI has unveiled its next-generation gaming laptops, all equipped with NVIDIA's new GeForce RTX 40 series GPUs and 13th Gen Intel Core processors.

The GeForce RTX 40 series cards bring support for DLSS 3 and ray tracing, bringing to life the latest games in their full glory. Check out this feature to know what else the new GPU brings to the table.

These laptops are the company's most potent yet, featuring redesigned heat pipes for improved cooling, including dedicated pipes for cooling the VRAM.

They are headlined by the MSI Titan GT and Raider GE laptops, featuring the powerful Intel Core i9-13980HX and up to a GeForce RTX 4090. MSI OverBoost Ultra technology pushes the processor and graphics card to 250W full power, helping gamers get the most out of their system.

To accompany that amount of horsepower, the Titan GT and Raider GE come with displays designed for immersive performance. The Titan GT features a 4K 144Hz Mini LED display, a world's first according to MSI, in addition to over 1,000 nits of peak brightness with over 1,000 local dimming zones.

Elsewhere, the Raider GE has a QHD+ 240Hz screen, primed for butter-smooth gameplay. The Raider GE also comes with a new chassis, including an upgraded matrix light bar.

However, neither of these laptops will come cheap. In fact, their cutting-edge specifications are accompanied by positively eye-watering prices. The Titan GT77HX can be had for a princely sum of S$9,299, while the Raider GE series starts at S$4,499.

Those who pre-order from February 16 to March 31 stand to receive a US$50 Steam code.

Meanwhile, if you're wondering what kind of performance to expect out of $9K+ mobile gaming station, we've recently tested out the latest iteration of MSI's Titan GT77, but with a very slight configuration difference. Nevertheless, the results are a sight to behold and mark a big difference from the fastest option available just a few months earlier.

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