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The new MSI Titan GT77 is a desktop replacement with 16-core processors

After a small teaser last week, MSI officially announced the latest iteration of its GT Titan series, GT77 Titan, powered by the new Intel HX series processors and the latest Nvidia RTX graphics cards. Along with that, MSI has introduced a number of new gaming laptops powered by similar hardware, in addition to Creator Pro 17X, an equally powerful laptop for creative professionals.

All of these laptops are powered by 12th-generation Intel processors up to a Core i9-12900HX, which means you get up to 16 cores and 24 wires, with clock speeds of up to 5GHz. The base TDP of HX series processors is usually 55 W, but MSI says it can use up to 150 W in its new laptops, which is actually higher than the base TDP of Intel processors. from the K series desktop. In addition, laptops come with up to one Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 Ti (for gaming laptops) or Nvidia RTX A5500 in Creator Pro 5500X. All gaming laptops can power up to 250 W on the combined GPU and CPU, with up to 175 W on the GPU only using Dynamic Boost.

MSI Titan GT77

Starting with the most powerful in the group, there MSI Titan GT77 is a suitable desktop replacement laptop and is available with either an Intel Core i7-12800HX or Core i9-12900HX, paired with either an Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 Ti or with an RTX 3080 Ti. . Because they can use up to 250 W of power, the GT77 Titan has a powerful cooling system, with a total of four fans and 7 heat pipes running on the laptop, plus six air vents to blow hot air away from the components. MSI also uses a phase-shift thermal buffer to improve thermal conductivity at high loads.

MSI GT77 Titan

In addition, the MSI GT77 Titan comes with a total of four RAM slots and four M.2 SSD slots, making it possible to expand up to a massive 128 GB DDR5 RAM and 32 TB of storage space. Not only that, but one of the SSD slots already has support for PCIe 5.0 SSDs, promising almost double the PCIe 4.0 speed. This is one of the first laptops to support PCIe 5.0.

The display on the GT77 is a 17.3-inch display and comes in Ultra HD resolution and a 120 Hz refresh rate, ideal for pushing the hardware inside the laptop. It also covers 100% of DCI-P3, so color reproduction should be very good. It also comes with a Full HD webcam.

As usual with MSI, the keyboard on the GT77 Titan is designed in partnership with SteelSeries and uses Cherry MX switches with RGB key lighting. Below that, the touchpad is now 60% larger than on the previous Titan. RGB is everywhere in this laptop, including the MSI logo on the cover and on the entire rear exhaust, which makes it a very attractive laptop. There are also plenty of ports here, including two Thunderbolt 4 ports, three USB Type-A ports, HDMI 2.1, mini DisplayPort, Ethernet RJ45, a full-size SD card reader and a combo audio jack. There is even a fingerprint reader for Windows Hello.


Close-up view of the MSI Titan GT77 keyboard

To keep all this running is a 99.9 Wh battery, although it is certainly not meant to be a portable car. It all comes in a chassis that is still less than 23mm thick and weighs 6.82 lbs, which is impressive, but it’s not something you want to take anywhere.

The MSI GT77 Titan starts at $ 3,199.99 with a Core i7-12800HX and GeForce RTX 3070 Ti.

MSI Raider GE77HX and GE67HX

MSI has also introduced new HX versions of the GE77 and GE67 Raider laptops, making them even more powerful. Like the GT77 Titan, you can get these laptops with up to a Core i9-12900HX and an Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 Ti GPU and will use up to 250 W of power. The cooling system involves a phase-shifting thermal cushion, plus seven heat pipes running through the laptop and two fans to remove air from the components. Out of the box, it comes with up to 16GB of RAM and 1TB of storage, but you have two RAM slots and two PCIe 4 SSD slots for expansion.


MSI Raider GE67HX front view

In terms of display, the smaller Raider GE67HX is actually a little more interesting, given that it comes with an OLED panel from Samsung. It’s a Quad HD panel with a 240 Hz refresh rate and 100% DCI-P3 coverage, but the fact that it’s OLED is what makes it truly unique and also means you get very fast response times. , ideal for games. The Raider GE77HX comes with a 17.3-inch IPS screen and has a Quad HD resolution and a refresh rate of 240 Hz, plus it covers 100% of the DCI-P3. Both models also have a Full HD camera.

Like standard Raider models, the keyboard uses SteelSeries RGB backlighting for each key, and there’s also a large light bar that switches to the front of the laptop for extra flair. For ports, get a Thunderbolt 4, a standard USB-C, three USB-A ports, HDMI 2.1, Ethernet RJ45 and a full-size SD card reader.

The MSI Raider GE67HX starts at $ 2,499 with a Core i7 and Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 Ti, while the GE77HX starts at $ 2,599.99 for a similar configuration.

MSI Vector GP76HX and GP66HX

Similar to the new Raider models, the Vector range is also upgraded with the latest Intel HX series processors. It comes with the same CPU and GPU configuration, including the ability to use up to 250 W of power with MSI OverBoost. It uses MSI Cooler Boost 5 technology to keep things running smoothly and has two RAM slots and two SSD slots for expansion.

MSI Vector GP76HX on a desk with accessories

The MSI Vector GP76HX comes with a 17.3-inch screen that is available in either Ultra HD with a 120 Hz refresh rate or Quad HD with a 240 Hz refresh rate. Meanwhile, the GP66HX comes with a 15.6-inch panel and is also a Quad HD display with a refresh rate of 240 Hz. Above the display is a standard 720p HD camera.

Vector laptops have a more understated design, so you won’t see so much RGB apart from the keyboard lighting on the keyboard. As for the ports, there is a Thunderbolt 4, a standard USB-C, three USB-A ports, HDMI 2.1 and Ethernet RJ45.

MSI did not disclose the prices for the refreshed Vector range.

MSI CreatorPro X17

Finally, for the creators, MSI also introduced the Creator Pro X17 laptop, which seems to be an optimized version of the GT77 Titan more oriented towards creators. It is similarly powered by up to an Intel Core i9-12900HX processor, but the GPU is from the creator-focused Nvidia range and you can go up to an RTX A5500. It uses a phase change thermal buffer and Cooler Boost Titan technology to keep the components cool. Like the GT77 Titan, it comes with four DDR5 RAM slots, so you can get up to 128 GB, plus four M.2 SSD slots, including one with PCIe 5.0 speeds.

Rear angle view of MSI Creator Pro X17

The display is another highlight of this laptop, being a 4K IPS panel with 100% DCI-P3 and Adobe RGB coverage, plus a Delta E <2. The panel is Calman checked and comes with a factory color calibration report so you can be sure it's ready for creative work.

In terms of design, the Creator Pro X17 is exactly the same size and weight as the GT77 Titan, but it’s thinner, so the only RGB lighting is on the keyboard. Otherwise, you will receive exactly the same ports, plus a fingerprint reader. One difference is that this model uses a 720p HD camera, but it has Windows Hello facial recognition, which is very welcome.

MSI also did not disclose the price for this model.

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