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MSI Upgrades Gaming Laptops With Latest Intel, NVIDIA Tech

MSI has unveiled its upgraded gaming laptops which feature Intel’s 9th-gen Core processors that promise to deliver up to 45 per cent improved CPU performance plus NVIDIA GeForce RTX 20 series and GTX 16 series that claim to provide double the GPU performance of older machines.

The upgrades apply to the company’s full suite of gaming laptops, including the GT, GS, GE, GP, GL and GF series.

NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 20 series offers real-time ray-tracing and powerful AI enhanced graphics to deliver a more immersive gaming experience.

The GT Titan is the beefiest of MSI’s offerings with the just unveiled unlocked overclockable Intel Core i9 CPU and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080. It’s also physically bulkier to accommodate its dual fans and multiple heat-pipes to keep the machine’s temperature in check.

Other models compatible with the RTX 2080 include the GS Stealth, GE75 and GE Raiders. The rest can include up to RTX 2060 or GTX 1660 Ti.


It’s not just the internal mechanics getting an upgrade, MSI announced the GP75 Leopard, GL73 and GL63 will now all feature RGB lighting keyboards.

Additionally, the GF Thin has been made even thinner and lighter with the 15-inch GF63 now weighing in at 1.86kg and measuring just 21.7mm thick and the GF75 clocks in at 2.2kg and 23mm.

MSI is not just upgrading its gaming machines, the company announced a 17-inch version of the P65 Creator laptop for creatives that can support up to RTX 2070 with one more SSD Combo slot than its smaller sibling, the 15-inch P75 Creative.

Pricing and availability for MSI’s revamped gaming laptops were not provided. Find out more information on MSI’s website here.

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