Sure, it may not be practical to lug around MSI’s latest entry in its Titan-series laptops, but it’s definitely something you’d want for maximum computing power on-the-go, as it boasts a desktop-class Core i9, which is most likely a K-series with an unlocked multiplier. According to MSI, the top-end model equipped with an 8-core, 16-thread configuration can be overclocked at speeds up to 5GHz. To keep things cool, there’s four fans and 11 heat pipes that generate more than twice the airflow. The company didn’t skimp out on the graphics side of things either, and that’s why it chose the GeForce RTX 2080, which features dedicated ray tracing and tensor cores. Read more for additional pictures and information.
“MSI is talking up the car-inspired design of the GT76, as well as lighting on both the keyboard and the underside of the chassis. Right now, however, we don’t know much about pricing or availability, but you can expect it to be high and soon. You’ll get the option of a new Core i9 and ‘the latest RTX graphics,’ as well as a far faster display, which leaps from 120Hz to 240Hz, and WiFi 6,” reports Engadget.