Computex 2019: MSI GT76 Titan Launched with desktop grade CPU and Wifi 6

MSI GT76 Titan
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MSI recently unveiled three new laptops while the MSI GT76 Titan went completely official today at Computex 2019. The new range of laptops which included the new GT76 Titan, the GE65 Raider, and the P65 Creator, all of which was a refresh to their existing predecessor. While all three were pretty interesting, the MSI GT76 Titan was the most interesting among the bunch.

MSI GT76 Titan

The MSI GT76 Titan is a refresh to their existing GT75. This one starts at an astonishing $3,699 and packs some serious internals, while the exterior also got a much-needed refresh. What hasn’t changed is the weight, which comes in at 3.9Kgs.

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The display sees a couple of options, starting with an FHD 144Hz panel. There is also a 4k option while the actual display sizes at 17.3-inches. The bezels are of XPS level and no information about the display technology was announced.

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MSI GT76 Titan

So for the specs, this one offers a desktop-grade Intel Core i9-9900K and claims it can maintain overclocked speeds of 5GHz. Additionally, it gets a GeForce RTX 2080 GPU, 64GB of RAM and a total of three PCIe SSD. Other specs include Wi-Fi 6, 2.5GBps Ethernet and Killer DoubleShot Pro.

With all those specs and promises, it will need all the cooling it can get. And thus, a total of 4 fans and 11 copper heat pipes. Even with that, we don’t know if the laptop can cool itself, but it’s taken MSI over four years to perfect.


This laptop looks to be a new product for MSI’s healthy selection of gaming laptop portfolio. While the laptop does look a lot similar to the Alienware Area 51m, MSI didn’t say anything about upgradable processors and GPUs. Either way, with a fresh new design, some of the fastest internals and improved cooling, this looks promising.

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