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hardwarezone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2015-02-16
Great keyboard, Easy to upgrade, Excellent storage system, Good speakers, Bluray writer and dual MiniDP ports, Killer DoubleShot Pro with Smart TeamingPerformance not quite up to par, Average display, Keyboard awkward to use, Heavy and poor battery life, Very pricey
Say what you will about MSI, but you can't say they don't try new things. This is the company that brought us the GS30 Shadow notebook and dock after all. But even then, the GS30 Shadow was somewhat conventional. After all, docking stations that mated not...
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digitalone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2015-02-09
You have got to admire the sheer audacity of the folks at MSI who came up with the GT80. Even among gaming laptops, the GT80 stands out with its brash, ridiculously over-the-top design. And it is the first laptop to have a mechanical keyboard. If you ar...
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straitstimes.com
Reviewed on 2015-02-06
You have got to admire the sheer audacity of the folks at MSI who came up with the GT80.Even among gaming laptops, the GT80 stands out with its brash, ridiculously over-the-top design. And it is the first laptop to have a mechanical keyboard.If you are no...
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pcgamer.com
Reviewed on 2016-08-17
We've been asked a more than a few times why there aren't any gaming laptops with mechanical keyboards, and up until now our response has always been, “Because that would be stupid.” MSI has thrown traditional laptop conventions out of the window by intro...
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digitalversus.com
Reviewed on 2015-10-10
Great chassis, Excellent cooling system, Highcontrast screen with faithful colors, Tons of power from the CPU and GPU, Plenty of connection ports, Quiet in "normal" modeIt's big and heavy, Somewhat loud fan noise in Turbo mode, Lowquality speakers
Due to its plus-size screen, the GT80 Titan is an especially large laptop. It dons the same lid as the GT72 Dominator Pro and is made primarily of beautiful black aluminum; the only part of the chassis that's in plastic is the bottom section. The lid has
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gadgets.ndtv.com
Reviewed on 2015-10-08
Unbelievable gaming performance, Portable, Mechanical keyboardFans get really loud, Average sound quality, Expensive and impractical
MSI is a brave company. While seemingly every laptop manufacturer in the world is trying desperately to shave their products down to the absolute bare minimum, this Taiwanese component giant has decided to do the opposite. Instead of launching yet another...
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apcmag.com
Reviewed on 2015-09-28
MSI calls this the world's ‘slimmest 18.4-inch gaming notebook' — but at 4.9cm thick and weighing 4.5kg, that claim doesn't really add up to much. It's hard to call it a ‘lap top' let alone portable. This is a gaming machine through and through, with a...
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maximumpc.com
Reviewed on 2015-09-21
While its panel isn't likely to be as big as your favorite standalone monitor, its 18.4 inch screen is big for a laptop. It has great colors and fantastic viewing angles. There is no touchscreen, however, which definitely would have been nice to have. Our...
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pcauthority.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-09-21
T hanks to Nvidia's focus on power efficiency, today's gaming laptops are smaller than ever. The Maxwell design found in many of Nvidia's GPUs are extremely conservative when it comes to power consumption and thermal output, enabling a range of ultra-thin...
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notebookcheck.net
Reviewed on 2015-08-24
Mechanical Cherry MX Brown keyboard, 6x storage bays total, Relatively low core temperatures; Strong cooling system, Overclocking headroom, High quality and bright matte display, Rigid, high quality construction, Good sound quality, loud speakers, Upgrade...No tactile Numpad; No Macro keys, No external desktop GPU support, No comprehensive fan controls, No Thunderbolt; No HDMIin, No 2K/3K/4K options, No PCIe x4 slots, No GSync, Fans are always audible, GPU switch requires restart, Soldered CPU
Larger than life. Where else can you find an 18.4-inch notebook with integrated mechanical Cherry keys? We revisit the GT80 with upgraded Broadwell specifications...
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anandtech.com
Reviewed on 2015-07-03
I was lucky enough to be on-hand when MSI launched the GT80 Titan at CES. It was a big event for them, and all of the MSI people were quite excited about the unique device they had come out with. Over the last couple of years, there has been a lot of trac...
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back2gaming.com
Reviewed on 2015-07-02
Builtin mechanical keyboard, BUILTIN. MECHANICAL. KEYBOARD, Great looks, Top chassis access to components, Great storage performance, Excellent viewing angle, Dualmode number pad, Free gamePRICE, Imminent release of 5thgen Intel might cause immediate platform advance, Weight, Only comes in Cherry MX Brown, SLI support dictates performance value of dualgpu config, Thickness, Power brick is an actual brick
Varies by configurationWe've taken a quick look at the MSI GT80 TITAN gaming laptop in the past, just a few weeks after announcement of the MSI GT80 Titan and now we're back to explore the machine even more. For those unaware, the MSI GT80 TITAN is the f...
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techradar.com
Reviewed on 2015-05-16
Authentic mechanical keyboard, Unsurpassed performance, Easily upgradedVirtually non, existent battery life, H, E, A, V, Y, Impossible to use on your lap
This has been an incredible year for gaming laptops, with Nvidia's latest Maxwell graphics cards and two new gaming laptop-desktop hybrids – the MSI GS30 Shadow and Alienware 17. But perhaps the craziest addition of this year has been the MSI GT80 Titan, ...
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techradar.com/au/
Reviewed on 2015-05-11
Authentic mechanical keyboard, Unsurpassed performance, Easily upgradedVirtually nonexistent battery life, HEAVY, Impossible to use on your lap
This has been an incredible year for gaming laptops, with Nvidia's latest Maxwell graphics cards and two new gaming laptop-desktop hybrids – the MSI GS30 Shadow and Alienware 17. But perhaps the craziest addition of this year has been the MSI GT80 Titan, ...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2015-04-17
Potent performance with an Intel Core i7-4720HQ processor and dual Nvidia GeForce GTX 980M graphics. Unique design with mechanical keyboard. Giant 18.4-inch display. Components are easy to access and upgrade.Clunky design. Short battery life
Gaming laptops, particularly in the high-end price range, are always vying to deliver the fastest performance and the coolest new features. The MSI GT80 Titan SLI ($3,399.99 as tested) certainly does that, with a unique chassis that you can open easi...
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pcgamer.com
Reviewed on 2015-04-07
Of course, there's nothing wrong with playing on that big 18.4” PLS screen either. It offers great viewing angles and a non-reflective surface to minimize glare. No matter what game you launch, regardless of the quality settings you select, there's almost...
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chip.com.my
Reviewed on 2015-04-07
Performance, Easy access to components, Builtin mechanical keyboardNoisy, Heavy, Expensive
Last month, we ran a Tech Spelunk piece on the MSI GT80 Titan – and we've pretty much explained how it's a behemoth of a gaming notebook, bar none. MSI was gracious enough to send us a unit to review, and boy, does it live up to its “Titan” moniker in mor...
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eurogamer.net
Reviewed on 2015-03-29
The centrepiece of the GT80 Titan's casing is a back-lit, full height, SteelSeries mechanical keyboard, using Cherry MX switches. Good for 50 million button presses versus a conventional membrane keyboard's five to ten million, there's an exceptional dura...
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tbreak.ae
Reviewed on 2015-03-28
Excellent performance, Upgradable GPUs, Mechanical Keyboard, Intuitive mousepadBad battery life, Very Noisy, Extremely Expensive
Are you a fan of gaming laptops but disappointed by the fact that they may never match or replace a true gaming desktop in terms of performance? How about a laptop with dual fast GTX 980M GPU's in SLI configuration? If that lit up your eyes then say hello...
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hungrygeeks.ph
Reviewed on 2015-03-27
MSI is taking the Gaming laptop positioning to the next level right now with their wide range of gaming laptops available in the market. But it seems some gamers will never be satisfied whether laptop or desktop. So MSI decided to combine both with the wo...
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