MSI introduces new Titan and Raider gaming laptops for on Computex

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Computex 2019 will only start next week, but we are already starting to see what PC manufacturers will show. The latest is MSI, which has a whole range of new gaming products to show off, including solid updates for its Titan and Raider laptops.

MSI does not delve deeply into details on both laptops, but the powerhouse of the two will be the new GT76 Titan. The laptop now comes with a full desktop class Intel Core i9 processor with eight cores and 16 threads and the possibility to overclock up to 5.0 GHz. In addition to the powerful processor, the GeForce RTX 2080 graphics card from NVIDIA and MSI strives to keep things cool with a combination of four fans and 11 heat pipes.

Of course, with this as a gaming laptop, there are plenty of extra bells and whistles when it comes to lighting. Along with an RGB keyboard with background lighting, the GT76 Titan also comes with fluorescent lighting to give it a little extra lighting while you tear through AAA games.

The next is the GE65 Raider, which also comes with a 9th Gen Intel Core i9 processor on board. That is linked to NVIDIA GeForce RTX graphics options, all of which are packaged in a more compact form factor than the Titan. MSI also praises a 240Hz screen with thin edges, along with improved ventilation and Killer Wi-Fi 6 for solid wireless connections.

If desktops are more your style, the compact Trident X Plus will also be on display with a 9th Gen Intel Core i9 CPU and NVIDIA GeForce RTX graphics. All this is placed in a 10-liter suitcase, so you don't take up too much space on your desk.

Finally, MSI has a new Optix MPG341CQR ultra-wide display with a refresh rate of 140 Hz and RGB lighting.

There is currently no release date or price information for these products, but you can expect them to be quite expensive. The current GT75 Titan, for example, comes for a price of $ 2,900 or more. The Raider, meanwhile, will cost you more than $ 2,500.

Affordable accessories that fit perfectly with your PC

All of these great PC accessories will enhance your daily experience – and none cost more than $ 230.


KLIM Aim RGB game mouse
($ 30 at Amazon)

Whether you are a gamer or not, this is an absurdly good mouse for the price. It's two-handed, has a sensitive sensor, a braided cable, a tank-like build quality and, yes, it has RGB lighting, but you can turn it off if that's not your thing.


AmazonBasics USB speakers
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These neat little speakers can only pack 2.4 W of the total power, but don't be fooled. For something so small you get a well-rounded sound and stylish design. And they only cost $ 16.


Razer mouse bungee
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Use a wired mouse? You need a mouse bungee to keep your cable neat and tidy. You get no resistance on the cable and it has a subtle styling, a rust-resistant spring and a weighted base, all for $ 20.

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