Before Computex 2019, MSI added new members to the GT Titan gaming laptop series: MSI GT76 Titan. The new MSI Game Center is based on the ninth Intel Core i9 desktop processor and Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 graphics card. The MSI GT76 Titan is upgraded to the MSI GT75 Titan and features an advanced thermal management system to keep the engine cool. The company also presented a laptop for the MSI GE65 Raider game, which also took power from an Intel Core i9 processor from the ninth generation Nvidia GeForce RTX graphics series. In addition, MSI updated the P65 Creator with a high-end Intel processor. There are no detailed prices yet.
Starting with the MSI GT76 Titan, it uses a gaming laptop, MSI with ten core Intel Core i9 processors for desktop class, and is one of the few notebooks that offers a very powerful processor. laptop chassis. However, MSI has not announced the CPU SKU that will power the new Gamememon. The MSI GT76 Titan graphics are powered by the Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 graphics card, but the details of RAM and storage capacity are still revealed.
MSI Titan GT76 has a Titan Cooler Boost thermal architecture with 4 fans and 11 heatpipes to provide 2.25 times more cooling efficiency. Fantastic RGB lighting and basic downlighting are maintained, while a sporty-inspired car design uses an aluminum house with carbon fiber air holes. This laptop has received the Computex Best Choice Gold Award and will be displayed at the Computex 2019 MSI outlet in Taiwan.
The Taiwanese company also announced the MSI GE65 Raider Games laptop, which was upgraded by the MSI GE63 Raider. The MSI GE65 Raider is powered by the 9th Intel Core i9 processor, which is equipped with the Nvidia GeForce RTX series graphics card. The focus of the new laptop is on display with 240 Hz refresh speed and Killer Wi-Fi 6 support for excellent connectivity. Further details about the specifications will be announced at Computex 2019.
In addition, MSI and P65 laptops are the creators of portable laptops from the prestigious Intel Core i9 series processors from the Nvidia GeForce RTX ninth generation graphics series and 15.6-inch 4K UHD screens. The P65 Creator model is registered and has a 82Whr 4-cell battery. In addition to the laptops mentioned above, MSI shows new game cards, motherboards, monitors, gaming devices, and more from the product portfolio at Computex 2019 in Taiwan.