MSI GT76 Titan announced!(NBC)

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  1. 1610ftw

    1610ftw Notebook Consultant

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    This was already confirmed in the notebookcheck review. It does not help that MSI made the GT76 quite a bit smaller than the GT75 so maybe they felt the need to go with a BGA GPU.

    If it was up to me they would produce a GT86 with a GT75 style mechanical keyboard, a 120+ Hz 2560 x 1600 20" slim bezel screen and LGA CPU AND GPU. The case could be roughly the same width and depth as for the GT83 and they could improve the cooling and at the same time reduce the height and weight by omitting the optical drive, the second graphics card and the humongous keyboard.

    Add to that the capability for at least 4 x m2 form factor drives and 1 2.5" drive and 10G LAN and you also have a very nice desktop replacement for video and graphics professionals.
     
  2. Papusan

    Papusan JOKEBOOKs Sucks! Dont waste your $$$ on FILTHY

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    Yeah, this is old new. One step forrward and two backwards. It's sad seing a new great move go down the drain!:(

    I wonder how high the Power limit 1 can reach. And what limit they added for memory.
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    yrekabakery Notebook Virtuoso

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    Looks like HWMonitor was bugged out. It's not possible for the iGPU and IMC to draw that much power, even more than the combined package power. IA cores should also be lower than package.

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    Anyone knows what is the black tape on the CPU heatsink?
     
  5. Kevin@GenTechPC

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    It should be the insulation.
     
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    Is it insulation or camouflage?

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    It looks like a heat barrier to prevent the heat burning skin or materials under it. It's blocking radiant heat from the CPU heatplate. You can see the discoloration on the heat pipes from the higher heat concentrated in that location.

    Even with that thin blocking it's probably still going to be a toasty spot you wouldn't want to put directly over your leg or heat sensitive materials.
     
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    Seeing the heatsink with how many pipes its at now, reminded me of my GX660R with its what... 2 pipes for the CPU and 3 for the GPU? Hahahaha
     
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    From the GPU Heatplate?:D

    Most likely for reducing (prevent high temps leak) every places inside the whole chassis. Remember the Cpu run hotter than the Gpu.
     
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    What's the future? Self-contained water pipes with water pump? :)
     
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