MSI plans new GT80 gaming notebook

MSI plans new GT80 gaming notebook

The Taiwanese computer maker MSI is getting ready to present a new GT80 gaming notebook, called GT80 Titan. This will be the latest evolution of the GT80 gaming line and as expected will feature the best hardware there is.

The new MSI GT80 Titan will have a stylish chassis that is just 49.1 mm thick and will weigh 4.7 kilograms (10.4 pounds). The notebook will be based on the fast Intel Core i7-4980HQ Haswell processor with four cores at 2.8 GHz (4.0 GHz Turbo) and 6 MB of L3 cache and will have a large 18.4-inch LED display. The device will support up to 32 GB of DDR3 SDRAM, up to four hard drives or SSDs combined in a MSI Super RAID configuration and will have two GeForce GTX 980M graphics cards in a SLI configuration. The notebook has tons of other options too that include a LED-backlit SteelSeries keyboard , a Multi-Touch touchpad, a 9-cell battery, a built-in 2.1 Dynauduo Tech audio system, USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 ports, a HD web camera and more.

The MSI GT80 Titan will be on the market in January 2015. The price of the notebook is unclear at the moment.

Source: Digital Versus

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