MSI GT76 Titan announced!(NBC)

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  1. Falkentyne

    Falkentyne Notebook Prophet

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    The current GT75 only has THREE CPU heatpipes, with one being extended, and the GPU VRM's puking heat on the second half radiator (it's a bastardized solution compared to the GT73VR/GT75VR which had two solo GPU radiators, but only one CPU radiator).
    This one keeps the GPU fan cooling two GPU radiators and the CPU fan cooling two CPU rads.
     
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    So this one has totally dedicated heatpipes for the GPU and CPU?
     
  3. Semmy

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    GT76 will have more radiators or a big one in the middle. It is good for cooling. More heat dissipation area. We can see a big radiator in the middle. I think therefore had to sacrifice the ports on the backside.
    This is something that can and should be important in a powerful laptop. Not 240 Hz. and not a lot of backlight ;)

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  4. ole!!!

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    there are possibly vents in the center from the back. maybe the two smaller fans are on the other side of the mobo so cant see from bottom.

    obviously i'll believe once i see it.

    now the good* part is, since they claimed 5ghz, means they gotta know they can't power throttle this machine, i hope they are really doing that this time.. this will really give a lot more head room for an average CPU chip, so if someone was to put a decent chip in it, it'll be able to do that much more.

    just have to wait and see.
     
  5. Ghost 350

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    Didn't AW claim 5ghz last year at Computex with the Area 51-m?
     
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    It could be a square power connector on the left side behind the ethernet port. It would actually be nice if they have come up with a better power supply connector. The connector on the WT75 was definitely a weak point about the machine. Even brand new out of the box it didn't connect very securely and could easily become disconnected if you moved stuff around behind the machine and were not paying attention.
     
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    Yeah maybe. Looks like it's gonna be a 90 degree power connector.
     
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