MSI Launches Its New Line-Up Of Gaming Laptops In India


The new collection of gaming laptops offers a significant performance upgrade over earlier models, including a CPU performance increase of up to 100%.

With a starting price of Rs 2,79,990, MSI, an inventive maker of gaming, creative, and business laptops, has introduced a new line-up of gaming laptops in India. These laptops are outfitted with the newest 12th Gen Intel H series CPUs.According to the manufacturer, the new array of gaming laptops offers a significant performance improvement over earlier models, including a CPU performance increase of up to 100%.

With a maximum 150W turbo power, the new gaming laptops may strain the capabilities of the most recent Intel HX CPUs.With a combined 250W 1 power delivery to CPU and GPU, the proprietary MSI OverBoost technology also pushes the edge, promising the most immersive and luxurious gameplay.

On its new gaming laptop, MSI has installed the first Samsung Display QHD 240Hz OLED display in the world.It aspires to give all the benefits of OLED, including incredibly fast response times, while balancing high resolution and refresh rate.

Titan GT77

The powerful cooling system and desktop-grade performance of the Titan GT series have long been praised.The device has phase-change thermal pad, 7 heat pipes, and Cooler Boost Titian technology fans.The Titan GT77 has a processing capacity of up to 150W MTP (Maximum Turbo Power), which aims to provide performance gains of 2x over last generation CPUs.

With 4 memory slots and 4 M.2 slots, the new Titan GT77 also offers desktop-level expansion, allowing up to 128G of memory and 32TB of storage2 for several instals of AAA games or open tabs when browsing.It includes a mechanical keyboard with the best Cherry MX Ultra Low Switch in its class.The new Titan GT77 redefines desktop replacement with its 23mm-thin chassis, desktop-caliber performance, and expandability.

Raider GE77 HX/67 HX

It has a 16-core Intel HX CPU, which offers processing power up to 150W MTP (Maximum Turbo Power).The combined 250W1 power of the CPU and GPU is advantageous for gamers thanks to the proprietary OverBoost technology.The device has the first QHD 240Hz OLED display in the world, the most recent Raider GE67, which balances resolution and refresh rate, as well as a DCI-P3 colour gamut that covers 100 percent of the colour spectrum and a contrast ratio that is one million to one.

Vector GP76 HX/66 HX

According to the manufacturer, the Vector GP Series is intended for use in engineering or scientific computing.The Vector’s performance can go as high as 250W using Cooler Boost 5 Technology and MSI OverBoost.For gamers, these qualities produce a fluid and beautiful gaming.

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