Computex 2019 is just around the corner, and MSI has taken an early leap by unveiling three new laptops that feature top-of-the-line components from Nvidia and Intel. First up is the MSI GT76 Titan that now features a desktop-grade 9th Gen Intel Core i9 CPU that is paired with an Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Graphics card. Then we have the MSI GE65 Raider and the MSI P65 Creator laptops which also get similar CPU and GPU upgrades as the Titan. We can expect all three of these to be showcased in full at Computex alongside new graphics cards, motherboards monitors, and other gaming peripherals. The pricing details for the new laptops have not yet been announced.
MSI GT76 Titan
The GT76 Titan from MSI is an absolute beast of a gaming machine. It packs a desktop-grade Intel Core i9 9th Gen CPU. This is likely an unlocked K-series chip considering MSI claims the top end model, with its 8 cores and 16 threads, can be overclocked up to 5GHz. The exact RAM and storage configurations have not been disclosed, but we expect those to be similar if not better than last year’s GT75. As for the GPU, the GT76 will run a GeForce RTX 2080.
To help drive such beefy hardware, MSI offers its Cooler Boost Titan thermal architecture that makes use of 4 fans and 11 heat pipes. This setup is said to be 2.25x more efficient for cooling when compared to its predecessor. Coming to the keyboard, we have individually addressable RGB lighting along with a base under-glow.
MSI GE65 Raider
The GE65 Raider is the latest entry in this series of gaming laptops, and it finally trades in its 7th gen Intel CPUs for 9th Gen ones. You can configure this laptop with up to an Intel Core i9 and pair it with “the latest RTX graphics.” Perhaps the most notable upgrade is with its screen which has been bumped up from a 120Hz to a 240Hz refresh rate. The laptop also supports Wi-Fi 6.
MSI P65 Creator
MSI has also updated its Creator series line-up with the P65 where we also get 9th Gen Intel Core i9 CPUs along with RTX graphics cards. Furthermore, the laptop features a 15.6-inch display with up to a 4K resolution. A 4-cell 82Whr battery powers this notebook. A full specification list for the Creator P65 is already up over on MSI’s site.