MSI GT780GX laptop to come with a 4 GHz Intel processor

MSI has come up with a new laptop that is to help the Taiwanese company in its struggle to capture gamers’ hearts. The novelty – MSI GT780GX – is a mighty follow-up to the already released MSI GT780DX.

The new MSI GT780GX has not been officially announced just yet but the specs are known and they are truly impressive. For one thing this laptop will be the first to come with a 4.16 GHz Intel Core i7 Extreme Edition 2920XM processor, thanks to a unique combination of Turbo Mode and a new heat sink dubbed Cooler Boost. The screen will be 17.3-inch with resolution of 1600×900 pixels (or you can choose to go 1920×1080) and there will also be massive 16 gigabytes of DDR3 RAM, an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 570M graphics card with 3 GB of GDDR5 memory, two 7200 rpm 750 GB hard drives, USB 3.0, eSATA, HDMI and VGA, Gigabit Ethernet LAN, WiFi, Bluetooth, DVD or Blu-ray, THX audio and a backlit keyboard.

MSI GT780 laptop

Very impressive, don’t you think? Unfortunately neither price nor retail availability are known so all we can do right now is wait.


Source: Tom’s Hardware

Related posts

Samsung to announce new Galaxy device on August 15

Samsung fans will have a new reason to be happy with the Korean tech giant officially announcing it will unveil a new Galaxy device in just a few weeks – on August 15. Samsung keeps the device a secret so no information about it is available right now but the release will be there for...

Lenovo releases three new AIO PCs

The Chinese computer maker Lenovo has introduced three new all-in-one (AIO) PCs – the A530, B550 and B350. All three models have been created for home entertainment and arrive in stylish aluminum chassis. The Lenovo A530 is capable of rotating for up to 90 degrees and...

HP launches Trinity powered ultrabooks

The next generation of AMD APUs, codenamed Trinity, is now here and strange as it may seem you’ll find it first in an HP ultrabook. Up until now the US electronics giant preferred to use Intel chips for its ultrabooks but now HP bets on AMD. Why? Because Trinity offers improved...

Leave a comment