***The Official NEW 2019 MSI GT75 TITAN Owner’s Lounge, Intel Core i9, NVIDIA RTX 2080***

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  1. AndreasVFX

    AndreasVFX Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hiya,
    We are considering getting another MSI Titan laptop. We currently have the GT75 Titan 8RG, but we consider getting either this one, so GT75 Titan 9SG or the GT76.
    Any advice which one to get. I worry that the GT76 may get too hot and loud. Also I wonder if the GT75 has 10GB ethernet like our current GT75 8RG has.
     
  2. Ninja Chudan

    Ninja Chudan Newbie

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    the base core clock is better on the GT76 as is the highest speed.

    I chose the GT75 because is will hold 6 drives and use them all. the second set of drives (set of 2 in there own space) will run at crazy speeds vs the other 3 drives under the heat sink.. Under these 3 drives is also a bay for an Hdd or ssd. 20190627_205819 (2).jpg 20190627_213156.jpg 20190627_213724.jpg
     
  3. damon vorillas

    damon vorillas Notebook Enthusiast

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    i just need some clarification because people on here are mentioning intel drives. im buying the 75 mainly for gaming and storage purposes but i will not be using raid. can i still utilize all 5 m.2 drive bays without raid or intel sticks? also, has the issue with inverse ghosting been resolved. is it noticeable?
     
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  4. nader_rizk2003

    nader_rizk2003 Notebook Evangelist

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    Now i am using 5x samsung 970 Evo plus 2TB without raid and works perfect. about the ghosting thing, i do not notice it at all.
     
  5. damon vorillas

    damon vorillas Notebook Enthusiast

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    great to hear. thanks for that.
     
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  6. nader_rizk2003

    nader_rizk2003 Notebook Evangelist

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    Do anyone know if the 17.3 inch 240Hz screen that comes with the gt76 could work in the gt75 8sg?
     
  7. robsternation

    robsternation Notebook Enthusiast

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    Ho yeah, if they came out with a refresh of the GT75 with a 9980HK and RTX 2080, and possibly a 240Hz display, I would buy that in a shot.

    I put in an order for a GT76 not too long ago, with the 9900K and 2080, but decided to cancel because I still had some issues/question marks about the changes (G-Sync being replaced by Optimus, no mechanical keyboard, the second pair of fans that are difficult to access for maintenance, etc.), and wanted to evaluate some more reviews/feedback for this new machine.

    The hypothetical GT75 you are describing would fit my needs/wants to a T.

    Hey, you listening, MSI? ;)
     
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  8. Wild Turkey

    Wild Turkey Notebook Consultant

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    Yeap my GT75-8RG is just about the same. I can keep my temps lower when I am deployed cause I keep my hotel at around 20-21c.
     
  9. win32asmguy

    win32asmguy Moderator Moderator

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    HID offers the GT75 with 9980hk / RTX2080 / FHD GSync 144hz. They just order the FHD panel as a spare part and perform the swap in house. The price is $4399, which is more than the very similar spec GT76 DT-006, but may be worth it for GSync and the mechanical keyboard.
     
  10. Kennypc1026

    Kennypc1026 Notebook Enthusiast

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    I have been using Area 51m with 9700k 2080 for four months and recently was able get a decent deal on a GT75.

    Someone sold me a GT75 with 8950HK, 2080 and 32gb ram, and more importantly, it came with 20 months warranty and only cost me $2600.

    Very satisfied with 8950HK, which can run any games at 4.5ghz with ease. The 4K screen is great and the mechanical keyboard is the biggest surprise.

    The laptop comes with 1TB SSD and I just added a 2TB intel 660p and a 512GB SX8200pro (which I removed from my old GE75). Basically I can now download all the games I want to the 3.5TB SSD.

    Only complaint is that I was only able to overclock the ram from 2666 c19 to 2800 c19 and I was so surprise that there is no xmp nor voltage control for ram in the bios.

    I told my friend my experience with my GT75 and he has just ordered a GT75 with 9980HK for $3750. We choose GT75 over GT76 for its nvme slots, mechanical keyboard and better thermal solution.
     
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