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

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  1. seanwee

    seanwee Notebook Consultant

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    At those prices we should be getting a XX80TI chip.

    But alas, Nvidia has monopoly of the high end.
     
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    Yeah, the monopoly keeps high prices, and RTX extra power consumption keeps us from direct 1080ti performance. But users have started testing their 2080s on other machines and started getting 27k graphics score on firestrike, which is more inline with what we should expect of this GPU :)
     
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    wrong thread
     
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    Interested in the sustained turbo speeds on all cores between the 8750h and the 8950hk. Also the temps. Trying to choose between these 2 cpus for gaming and some video encoding. There is a price difference of approx 900 USD between the 2 equivalent models here.
     
  5. -=$tR|k3r=-

    -=$tR|k3r=- Notebook Virtuoso

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    BOO-YAH! It's HERE! (I love you FEDEX!) It's time to get BUSY with the new 2019 GT75 RTX 2080! I generally get many request in such times, but as I always say, please leave me alone for a while, so I can bask in the glory of this new weapon of mass destruction.....Ahhhhhh, the after-glow.....It's a beautiful thing to behold....Marvelous! PLAY TIME!

    :D

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  7. -=$tR|k3r=-

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    By the way, I opted for the 8SG-013US model, because I wanted the 144hz screen. After I have had some playtime, I will be sending this back to Gentech so Ken can upgrade the DDR4, NVMe SSD's, and a liquid metal re-paste. As such, I do not expect the i9 CPU temps will optimal during initial benchmarks, given the factory thermal paste. I will be presenting what can be expected straight from the factory sealed box. :)
     
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  8. Rengsey R. H. Jr.

    Rengsey R. H. Jr. I Never Slept

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    Saw this on a configuration page of Excalibur’s. There are two variants of the RTX in memory?
     
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    How odd, it doesn't make sense. As far as I know it is only GDDR6 memory for the 2080, so I wouldn't know about a GDDR5 variant.
     
  10. Kevin

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    I got word that the MSI trade in program is going to continue on with the 20 series equipped machines, for eligible customers, they just can't start it for 2-3 months due to fulfilling stock for the RTX launch.
     
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