MSI GT77 Titan Laptop is an Expensive Gaming Monster

By Zernab Farooqi - Nov 25, 2022

Intel's first 16-core CPU for high-end laptops raised the question: why? MSI GT77 Titan, a desktop replacement with a 17-inch display, tries to overcome this issue. Despite having a 16-core Core i9-12900HX CPU, its perks aren't worth seeking out. Exceptionally fast across several cores, although most apps will run well with Intel's non-HX options; this is a game laptop. Due to its new CPU, the GT77 Titan is expensive, especially compared to MSI's other top-tier products. New processor. MSI GT77 Titan's 16-core CPU can compete with the most powerful gaming laptops, but its high price makes this advantage nearly meaningless.
MSI GT77 Titan Laptop is an Expensive Gaming Monster
GT77 Titan's price was expected. A high-end PC with an RTX 3080 Ti graphics card, Core i9-12900HX CPU, 64GB of RAM, and a 4K monitor at 120 fps cost $5,000. Core i7-12800HX CPU, RTX 3070 Ti graphics card, 32GB DDR5 memory, and 4K monitor cost $800 more than $1,800. My desired schedule choice isn't online. My $5,000 model lacks a swiveling 1080p screen. If MSI provides this display, it's not recommended. This unique laptop deserves a 4K display. 120 fps at 4K won't benefit most games, although most intense tournaments may utilize 360 fps. The GT77 Titan's price tag is insane if you're searching for a laptop in this price range. I still feel this is too expensive for what it is. Asus ROG Strix Scar 17 costs $1,500 cheaper, while MSI Raider GE76 costs $1,000 less with the 45W HK Core i9-12900. The Asus ROG Strix Scar 17 is $1,500 less than the other laptop. MSI GT77 Titan's name alone reveals its magnitude. Even compared to 17-inch PC displays, it's huge. It's bigger (15.6), longer (13.3), and 7 pounds heavier than the MSI GE76 Raider. Its 0.91-inch thickness surprised me. The large appearance is caused by the rear vents that cool the 55W Intel CPU and RTX 3080 Ti. MSI and Intel are pushing this as a workstation replacement, but it's not. This laptop has greater cooling and RGB LEDs than the Razer Blade 17.

Zernab Farooqi

My name is Zernab Farooqi and I am from Lahore, Pakistan. I graduated from Punjab University in Lahore with a master's degree in human resource management in 2016. I am honest with my work. I am a Multitasker, a positive thinker, and have a "Can do" attitude. My hobbies are traveling, listening to music, cooking, gaming, photography, and writing.