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Old 28-01-16, 09:53 AM
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MSI GT80 6QF Titan SLI Ultimate Gaming Laptop Review



Today we're putting the highest specification laptop we've ever seen through its paces. Strap yourselves in.


MSI GT80 6QF Titan SLI Ultimate Gaming Laptop Review

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Old 28-01-16, 10:04 PM
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Old 29-01-16, 05:25 AM
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Just me or were there no temps?
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Old 17-02-16, 01:08 PM
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Actually it's 2x 980 8GB (2x 8G vram tom Yes more than the desktop cards.
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Old 17-02-16, 02:03 PM
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Heat and noise, heat and noise, heat and noise... £4000 mmmm what could I do with £4k, uber powerful itx rig with a 24" monitor and a travel bag and still have around £2K left over for a tasty holiday.

Still it's impressive just how much hardware MSI managed to shoehorn into a laptop, I guess the big question is "just how much do you want that epeen".
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Old 17-02-16, 02:27 PM
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I've seen this in person, a guy at work has it. It's a monstrosity lol.
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Old 17-02-16, 03:11 PM
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For the desktop I am not a fan of waiting for Pascal or Polaris as I think the first cards will only just beat a GTX 980 Ti.

But for laptops I think it will be a very good move to wait for Pascal or Polaris as they could offer levels of performance from a single card with far less heat and noise than the review sample today.
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Old 17-02-16, 03:47 PM
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Heat and noise, heat and noise, heat and noise... £4000 mmmm what could I do with £4k, uber powerful itx rig with a 24" monitor and a travel bag and still have around £2K left over for a tasty holiday.

Still it's impressive just how much hardware MSI managed to shoehorn into a laptop, I guess the big question is "just how much do you want that epeen".
It's a worthy challenger to my GS30 with the water cooled titan-x in the dock
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Old 17-02-16, 03:53 PM
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Now it just needs a G-Sync 144hz 1440p panel and all the other insanity might just make some sense as a mutant e-peen machine that for some reason wasn't just a desktop.

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Old 17-02-16, 04:33 PM
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It is a awesome piece of tech, but it is far from practical for a number of reasons, but i think it is awesome msi is so mad to do it and say, here just because we can.
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