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The gaming laptop segment is one of the most profitable around, and MSI has focused their laptops almost exclusively on this market for the last couple of years. Today we are taking a look at the MSI GT75 Titan, otherwise affectionately known as the GT75 Titan-093. The GT lineup is the top of the range for MSI, and the GT75 Titan offers all the accoutrements you’d be expecting in a gaming laptop.

MSI continuously updates their GT lineup with the latest equipment, and for the 17.3-inch GT75 they’ve moved exclusively to the hex-core Intel Coffee Lake lineup, with the Core i7-8750H, Core i7-8850H, and Core i9-8950HK options. These are all 45-Watt CPUs, but the Core i9 offers overclocking in addition to a higher base and boost frequency at stock speeds.

GPU options are all NVIDIA. AMD doesn’t offer Vega in any sort of laptop form factor at the moment, so for now, NVIDIA has this market all to themselves. The GT75 can be had with a GTX 1070, GTX 1070 SLI, or GTX 1080.

There’s lots of storage options, starting with just a 1 TB 7200 rpm drive, and then adding in SSDs for the boot drive, with either a 256 GB SATA, 512 GB SATA, or 512 GB NVMe or dual 512 GB NVMe in RAID on the higher models. If you want to add your own storage, the laptop offers 3 M.2 slots so you can mix and match flash storage.

The low-end models come with a single SODIMM of 16 GB DDR4-2400, and the high-end models come with 2x16 GB DDR4-2667. Since this is a gaming laptop, it does of course offer SODIMM slots, so you can add more RAM after purchase, unlike an Ultrabook. There are four slots, so the laptop could handle up to 64 GB of DDR4.

MSI GT75 Titan
ComponentGT75 TITAN-058GT75 TITAN-055GT75 TITAN-056GT75 TITAN-094GT75 TITAN-093
(Model Tested)
GT75 TITAN-04K-071
CPUIntel Core i7-8750H
6 Core, 12 Thread
2.2 - 4.1 GHz
9MB Cache, 45W TDP
Intel Core i7-8850H
6 Core, 12 Thread
2.6 - 4.3 GHz
9MB Cache, 45W TDP
Intel Core i9-8950HK
6 Core, 12 Thread
2.9 - 4.8 GHz
12MB Cache, 45W TDP
2560 CUDA Cores, 160 TU, 64 ROPs
10 Gbps GDDR5X 256-bit 8GB
RAM16GB DDR4 2400 x 1
4 SODIMM Slots 64 GB Max
16GB DDR4 2666 x 1
4 SODIMM Slots 64 GB Max
16GB DDR4 2666 x 2
4 SODIMM Slots 64 GB Max
Display17.3" 1920x1080 120Hz TN
170° viewing angle sRGB
17.3" 3840x2160 60Hz IPS
Adobe RGB
Storage256GB M.2 SATA
1 TB 7200rpm
3 M.2 slots
512GB M.2 SATA
1 TB 7200rpm
3 M.2 slots
1 TB 7200rpm
3 M.2 slots
512GB M.2 NVMe
1 TB 7200rpm
3 M.2 slots
512GB M.2 NVMe x 2 (1TB RAID)
1 TB 7200rpm
3 M.2 slots
NetworkKiller Gigabit Ethernet
Killer Wireless-AC 1550 2x2:2
Bluetooth 5.0
Aquantia 10Gbps Ethernet
Killer Wireless-AC 1550 2x2:2
Bluetooth 5.0
I/OUSB 3.1 Gen2 Type-A x 5
USB-C Thunderbolt 3 x 1>br />SDXC
mini DisplayPort 1.2
HDMI 2.0
KeyboardSteelSeries Mechanical Per-Key RGB with Anti-Ghost
AudioESS Sabre HiFi DAC
3.5mm Headphone, Mic, Line In, Line Out
Dynaudio Tech Speakers
3W Stereo + 5W Subwoofer
Battery8 cell 75Wh Li-Ion8 cell 90Wh Li-Ion
AC Adapter330W330W2 x 230W
Dimensions428 x 314 x 57.9 mm
16.85 x 12.36 x 2.28 inches
Weight4.56 kg
10.05 lbs
4.50 kg
9.92 lbs
4.56 kg
10.05 lbs

As you can see, there's quite a few different models available depending on what channel you end up purchasing from, and of course the third party resellers of MSI will likely be able to customize further. There's also a single model called the GT75 Titan-057 which comes with a GTX 1070, and costs $2,399 that's not in the above table in order to prevent it becoming even more complicated.

MSI offers two display choices, with a 120 Hz 1920x1080 TN panel, or a 3840x2160 60 Hz IPS option with 100% Adobe RGB gamut support. Both displays offer G-SYNC functionality as well.

Finally, there’s plenty of inputs, with five USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-A ports, a USB-C Thunderbolt 3 port, and an SD card slot. There are also four 3.5 mm audio jacks, a Killer Wireless-AC 1550 802.11ac 2x2 network card, and, the first laptop we’ve reviewed with a 10 Gigabit Aquantia Ethernet port.

But wait – there’s more. MSI has outfitted the GT75 with a fully mechanical keyboard from SteelSeries, with per-key RGB lighting.

Yes it’s big. Yes the bezels are large. Yes it weighs just over 10 lbs. But this system is designed for performance, not actually sitting in one's lap, so we’ll have to see how it does with its primary function. But first, let’s go over the design.

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Japanese manufacturer Vaio has released what looks to be the lightest laptop you can buy so far with a hexa-core chip. The new SX12 is just 2.01 pounds — and it packs an Intel Core i7-10710U “Comet Lake” processor, featuring six cores and 12 threads.

There are laptops lighter than two pounds out there (though there aren’t a lot). The Acer Swift 7, for example, is just 1.96 pounds. In fact, the 1.92-pound Dynabook Portege X30L-G could be an even lighter laptop with the same hexacore processor later this month.

But typically those looking for ultra-portability often have to make sacrifices when it comes to specs and performance — for instance, that Acer Swift 7 not only has fewer cores, but its dual-core Core i7 processor also had trouble handling everyday multitasking in our review. It’s encouraging to see a six-core processor in such small frames, though we won’t know how well it performs until we’ve gotten our hands on a unit.


The SX12 is priced like a premium product. The configuration with the i7 is $1,599 — that’s more expensive than the Dell XPS 13 with the same processor, which starts at $1,349.99. You can also get the same model with a Core i5-10210U (with only four cores) and just 8GB RAM for $1,299, downgrade to a 256GB SSD for $1,199, or upgrade to a $2,199 version with both the Core i7 and a 1TB SSD.

The company claims that the hexa-core chip will improve the device’s performance by 40 percent compared to last year’s model. If they’re right, this could end up being an excellent machine. Vaio also includes the 10710U in its upgraded version of the SX14, its 14-inch ultrabook. (At 2.34 pounds, the SX14 is also pretty light, though not quite as extreme for the 14-inch category.) The SX14 performed decently well when we tested it last April — Verge editor Barbara Krasnoff found its performance “quite satisfactory.” That unit had an eighth-gen quad-core Core i7.


There are a few other things to look forward to. The SX12 line is known for having just about every port you might need, including a USB-C port, two USB 3.0 ports and a USB 3.1 port, an HDMI port, LAN, a VGA connector, an SD card slot, an AC power adapter, and a headphone jack. Its camera also supports Windows Hello facial recognition.

Like the most recent XPS 13, however, the new SX12’s main attraction is the processor. But it’s important to note that more cores doesn’t always mean a faster machine. Thinner laptops often lack the cooling capacity to run at high speeds for long periods of time, which is a big part of the reason they don’t tend to sport hexa-core chips. Vaio claims to be overcoming this obstacle with its “TruePerformance” technology, which it says enables laptops to handle longer spikes.

Also, in our tests of the XPS 13, the very same 10710U chip performed worse than its quad-core “Ice Lake” counterparts at heavy creative tasks, including Photoshop work, because the Ice Lake chips feature upgraded integrated graphics.

Ultimately, this release is a sign that Vaio thinks it can put a six-core chip in a two-pound laptop, and others seem to agree — but we won’t know if that makes for a good $1,599 machine until we’ve tested the thing ourselves.

Update February 2nd, 5:40PM ET: Added that the Dynabook Portege X30L-G may offer the same chip in an even lighter laptop when it arrives later this month.

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World’s first 6-core 8-thread CPU? Intel scrambles hexacore i5-10500H to tackle Renoir

Intel has evidently been rattled by the impending launch of AMD's "Renoir" Ryzen 4000 mobile parts. Earlier rumours indicated that Comet Lake H parts may be arriving earlier than expected to counter the Ryzen 4000 launch.

Today, though, tipster @TUM_APISAK was spotted sharing something even more interesting: Intel might be upping the core count across the board on Comet Lake H. An alleged Comet Lake H i5-10500H was spotted on 3DMark with 6 cores. What’s surprising is that the listing mentions the CPU having 8 threads. This is likely an erroneous listing, but if it’s true, it could mean that the i5-10500 is the world’s first 6-core, 8-thread processor. The alleged i5-10500H features a stock clock of 2.5 GHz, according to 3DMark. We expect the typical all-core boost to be in the mid-3 GHz range, though.

The i5-10500H would offer performance that's nearly on par with the i7-10750H, a 6 core 12 thread part. But what exactly will the i5-10500H be up against, though? Direct competition will come from the Ryzen 5 4600H, a 6-core 12-thread 7nm part.

Considering that the Ryzen 4600H isn't far behind in terms of IPC, the Comet Lake i5-10500H's performance relative to it will largely be determined by sustained all-core clocks. The Ryzen 7 4800H, with 8 cores and 16 threads will almost certain demolish the i5-10500H, though it'll likely cost a good bit more, too.

Details (and official confirmation) for the i5-10500H are thin on the ground for now. We'll update you as soon as we hear more.

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HP Spectre x360 15T 2020 i7-10750H Hexacore, 16 GB RAM, 1 TB SSD, Nvidia GTX 1650Ti 4GB Graphics, 15.6 4K Touch, Wi-Fi 6, Win 10 Pro, Nightfall Black, HP Pen, 64 GB Tech Warehouse Flash Drive


Work or play without any lag; turn heads and inspire compliments whenever you whip out your machine.

Whether you’re a creative looking for a laptop powerful enough to handle those performance-hungry applications, a professional on

the hunt for a reliable work laptop, or a casual user looking for a media powerhouse that brings your videos to life, the HP Spectre x360 15T checks every box with a rare balance of power, speed, and aesthetics.

Impressive Performance

- Intel 10th gen Core i7-10750H Hexa Core processor

- NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti with Max-Q design (4 GB)

- 16 GB DDR4 RAM

- 1 TB M.2 SSD

Crystal Clear Display Meets Immersive Audio

- 15.6 diagonal 4K Touch IPS micro-edge WLED-backlit 340 nits (3840 x 2160)

- Bang and Olufsen, Quad speakers, HP audio boost

Cutting-Edge Security

- Integrated IR camera

- Fingerprint reader

The Latest in Connectivity

- Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX 201 (2x2) Gigabit Wi-Fi

- Bluetooth 5 Combo (Supporting Gigabit file transfer speeds)

Cutting-Edge Security

- Fingerprint reader

- Mic-Mute key

- Camera Shutter Key

Take your productivity to the next level with proper power and performance!

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