MSI GT76 Titan announced!(NBC)

Discussion in 'MSI' started by Mr.K-1994, May 22, 2019.

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    I hope we get Ryzen 3XXX versions in the future
     
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    winning awards, not being launched yet...
    c'mon ppl, it is a joke...
     
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    Seems like it will actually be able to cool that kind of hardware, so hopefully. Though whether it's MXM or a custom solution like the AW is what I'd like to know.
     
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    Isn't it already MXM in the GT75 Titan? They will probably just use the same 2080 found in that paired with a LGA socket.
     
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    Ghost 350 Notebook Guru

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    15.6 144hz display? Isn't this supposed to be a GT75 replacement? Not a GT63 replacement? It needs a 17 inch 240hz display as an option as well as a 4k OLED.
     
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    GT76 seems like more than just an upgrade to GT75 because they really listened and they are definitely targeting the enthusiasts.
     
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    The 240hz and 4K OLED's only exist as 15" displays right now.

    As far as I know (and I hope we hear something new announced during Computex), no display maker makes a 17" 240hz or 17" 4K OLED display yet.

    I do know that Asus will be including a 17" 144hz HDR 1080p display that they'll be shipping as a SKU for their Zephyrus GX701. Based on what I've read, it may go up to 500 nits of brightness which I'd take over the 300 nit non-HDR options we have today.
     
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    Sounds like a typo, I'm guessing there will also be a GT65, and if there's a 240 display in either it will be that one.
     
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