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MSI GT76 Titan, a competitor to Alienware Area 51M confirmed

MSI GT76 Titan, a competitor to Alienware Area 51M confirmed

By  Mia Carla 2019-05-27 2174 0

A few days ago we wrote about a new, top MSI notebook, which will be officially announced at the Computex trade fair. We are talking about the GT76 Titan model, whose first photos were published by Notebookcheck. At that time we didn't know anything about the specification yet, but after the photos, we could conclude that the manufacturer intends to radically refresh the design of the device, changing in comparison to what the MSI GT75VR and then the refreshed version of GT75 Titan presented. More information is now available on the web, revealing some details about the notebook's technical specifications. Without a shadow of a doubt, we can write that there is a direct competition for the Della Alienware Area 51M.

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We have received confirmation that the MSI GT76 Titan is indeed in production. Judging by the initial specification, this will be a direct competition for the Dell Alienware Area 51M.


The MSI GT76 Titan has already received the Golden Best Choice Award, which the manufacturer will certainly be proud to present at the upcoming Computex trade fair in Taipei. The equipment will be equipped with an 8-core and 16-thread Intel Core i9-9900K processor. So it will be another notebook, after the Dell Alienware Area 51M and some of Clevo's hulls, with a desktop and interchangeable processor in the LGA 1151 slot. The graphics card is of course the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080, which is likely to be factory overclocked. Equally impressive is the new generation Cooler Boost TITAN cooling system.


The device supposed to have, amongst others, four fans and eleven heatpipes. So it is going to be one of the most advanced cooling systems that can be found in a portable computer. We are also expecting slimmer frames around the screen, which will have an even stronger impact on the new design, quite boldly breaking with what GT75VR and GT75 Titan have become accustomed to. There will be also omnipresent RGB LEDs, which fortunately can be turned off. The official announcement of the MSI GT76 Titan will take place in just a few days in the hot Taipei and then we will learn all the details about the technical specifications. Anyway, there is an interesting clash between the top MSI and Alienware devices.

 

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