CES kicks off next week. Despite the lockdown and virtual restrictions, we expect a huge amount of news, and Videocardz received a press release from MSI before the stock market. This contains the new laptops for the coming year from the manufacturer.
In total, MSI has sixteen different models, including thirteen laptops specifically for gamers. Some models house up to an RTX 3080 Ti, such as the Stealth GS77 and GS66 models. Clear images are not there yet, but they should emphasize the relatively thin design. They are 21 mm, and yet fit an RTX 3080 Ti with 16 GB gddr6 and up to an Intel Core i9 12900H. Furthermore, MSI has enlarged the touchpad and made the keys higher for this generation. The webcam can also be turned off manually. Charging is also possible via Thunderbolt 4 with a power of up to 100 watts. We must emphasize that during heavy workloads this will probably not be enough to charge the laptop.
The Raider GE series is the most powerful of the series. It can be equipped with an RTX 3080 Ti and an unspecified Core i9 CPU, the thermal design must be able to handle a power of 220 watts via an overclock. The use of liquid metal should increase performance by a maximum of 10%. You can choose from a variety of screen resolutions, including 4K panels and 17.3-inch and 15.6-inch versions.
The Vector series also comes in two different sizes with different options. It fits an RTX 3080 (8 GB vram) and an unspecified Core i9, otherwise it seems to have a better price-performance ratio and fewer bells and whistles.
The Crosshair series has been developed by the manufacturer together with Ubisoft. The Crosshair 15 will receive an additional Rainbow Six Extraction Edition, and will include a Rainbow Six bundle containing the game and accessories. This model is limited to an RTX 3070 and a Core i9 12900H, while the Crosshair 15 and Crosshair 17 have a maximum of an RTX 3070 Ti.
The two Pulse GL laptops seem to be somewhat similar to the Vector models, carrying up to an RTX 3070 and a Core i9 12900H. It was designed in collaboration with ZBrush artist Maarten Verhoeven. A new cooling system improves airflow by 15%, while wall thickness has been reduced by 33% — the latter being the space between the cooling fins. The Sword series closes the line and has up to a Core i7 12700H and an RTX 3070 Ti. This time AMD is not represented, not for both the cpu and the gpu.
Source: Hardware Info Compleet by nl.hardware.info.
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