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MSI introduces GT76 Titan with Core i9-9900K and RTX 2080

Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, May 29, 2019.

  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    Petr V Master Guru

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    New electric heating king
     
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    20th century called in, they want their brick back.
     
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    Kaarme Ancient Guru

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    Exactly what I thought as well. Aside from the RGB, it looks like an ancient relic.
     

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    They better start design around 3700X since it will be easier to cool and will make the laptop much slimmer/lighter/cheaper with same gaming performance :).
    Till now it was understandably that 9900K made Gamer's Wet (From excitement and Heat) but it's going to change soon.
     
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    Is this full 2080 or some maxQ crap? i understood that there is three ver. mobile 2070/2080's.
     
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    Petr V Master Guru

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    This will be full fat 2080.
     
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    I wonder if this is gonna cost a mere arm or if it'll require a leg too :D. I don't mind having a decently spec'd laptop but they're so darned expensive compared to desktops.

    Better to be an ugly brick that can run without throttling than a slick looking thing that can't.
     
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    Exactly this - sleek, thin laptops have a place in the world, but they fall apart when it comes to performance. Why pay 2/3 of this price for a fancy MaxQ laptop that puts out half the performance?
     
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    I'm pretty sure you would not get enough money to buy this by selling your kidney on the black market.
     
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    Desktop computers can do that. I mean this is hardly something i would call a laptop or a mobile device. It's a computer with a small case and a monitor attached to it that you can carry around more easily than a normal desktop computer. It's surely running too hot to use it on your lap. And while it would have been an acceptable daily mobile computer back in the 90ies by looking at the pictures i would definitely not call this a mobile device you can carry around on a daily basis in 2019.
     
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    true
    its going to be like 3 or 4 thousand us so lets see
    my sectional was only like 2k so its to good for the couch
    my kitchen counter was not marble or granite and only 2k us so that rules that out.
    table nope its way to good for the table
    bedroom with everything rug to paint and furnishes ok its not to good for that
    bathroom? nah
    but my outside is wayyy to good for this so I could use it on my deck and enjoy the outdoors at the same time.
    rich kids might have more use thuo
     
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    Can you not shitpost? That's really annoying to see a report about your bad attitude posts.
     
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    At this point he is doing it on purpose.
     
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    Am i the only one that likes big brick laptops like this one comparing to slim ones?
     

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    Heck no. This thing is pretty sweet. If you want purpose-built powerhouse laptop, something like this or a Sager is your best option. Smaller laptops have their place (i just got a new, thin, and pretty dell with a ryzen 3700u for work), but enthusiast level gaming isn't it. Always use the right tool for the job. If portable rock-your-face-off gaming is what you want, DTR brick is the way to go....just remember to get the extended warranty when you buy a $5000 dollar laptop.
     
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