The MOST Tricked Out Laptop - MSI Titan GT77

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0:00 Intro
0:55 Opening the Box
2:30 Looking Inside the GT77
3:38 Overkill Step 1
4:23 Something New
5:16 Detailed Specs
8:35 An RGB "Caboose"
9:15 372 Steam Games
11:58: The Beast of an IO
12:26 More Cool Stuff
13:06 Outro

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Christian 6 aylar önce
each of those 8TB ssds were almost 2 grand, one day i hope to be able to just nonchalantly buy stuff like that
Anshuman Biswas
Anshuman Biswas 25 gün önce
Well, they are being sponsored by MSI themselves so that explains a lot.
malo devic
malo devic Aylar önce
@Legion 5 R5RTX3060 same (but I have a 2Tb External HDD that is a lil slow)
@Kraytix6 Aylar önce
Jose A Alvarado
Jose A Alvarado Aylar önce
wait next year and all this will be only $500
Mr Perfect Cell
Mr Perfect Cell Aylar önce
You probably will in the next decade or two
Drackar 6 aylar önce
It never fails to amuse me when people don't realize just how valuable numpads are for gamers... that's where the hotkeys I need rarely but still _need_ go.
Capn' Loader
Capn' Loader 28 gün önce
Its even more critical if you're left handed.
Rhelrahne Wiseman
Rhelrahne Wiseman 3 aylar önce
I personally just need the numberpad because my hands are giant, its simply easier to use a keyboard with a numberpad than it is one without it.
Kevin Agostinello
Kevin Agostinello 3 aylar önce
Not to mention having to automatically rebind auto run on every game ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
BlackWACat 3 aylar önce
@Amino Acid CSGO buy binds are extremely useful and anything other than the numpad is uncomfortable for them
Adam C
Adam C 3 aylar önce
Why do all the gaming keyboards remove them?
Shotz 6 aylar önce
Imagine MSI putting a 4080 in their laptops, insane performance also can we appreciate Linus getting substantially better at cs go.
Shotz 6 gün önce
@scottseptember1992 I love technology
scottseptember1992 6 gün önce
this comment aged nicely, 4090 gpu msi laptop out now
goofyahhdude 14 gün önce
R.I.P hands and wrists reason of death: first degree burns
Nicholas Helander
Nicholas Helander 18 gün önce
true facts
beaux Dishon
beaux Dishon Aylar önce
the one you can pre order right now is rte 4080😅
HadesWTF 6 aylar önce
MSI: Steps up to give famous youtuber a baller laptop. Also MSI: Couldn't be fucked to replace a paying customers defective part.
muhammad ali clay
muhammad ali clay Aylar önce
@Todd Stewart can we please also ask why the whole world is doing business with the US?? did your already forgot about iraq and afghanistan...also drone attacks on somalia,yemen,pakistan,etc
The Dragon's Channel
@Todd Stewart cry is free
James Brendan
James Brendan 3 aylar önce
@Gaetano oh god, that sounds... surprising! I heard that Alienware gaming laptops are *pretty good*, but that can be literally thrown out of the windows, all because Alienware is now known for *very bad* products
Ku0n 6 aylar önce
I still wish to maybe someday see a remake of the acer predator 21x, just to see how crazy can a laptop become with full mechanical switches and a curved screen (maybe an oled flat screen that can curve?) And just an absurdly thick case to top it all off
leaf 26 gün önce
Horned n' Hooved
Horned n' Hooved 3 aylar önce
@Miki Cerise I've had a G752VS for 6 years now and it has ran everything I've thrown at it without issue at max graphics and at least 70FPS. That's pretty good for what it is. I also take it around with me a lot. To me, it's totally worth it. If I need a laptop anyway, why get a Desktop too?
Crispy Shaman
Crispy Shaman 6 aylar önce
@Miki Cerise my acer nitro 5 while yes its quite think and ugly. Is a good balance 8 hours of battery with school work and decent performance while gaming. Itvwas prety cheap at €777
Miki Cerise
Miki Cerise 6 aylar önce
@Scratch Pad Who needs CD drives anymore? I've never liked gaming laptops. They're expensive, bulky, heavy, loud, run so hot they need external fans blowing on them making them even bulkier, and they wear out fast. They'll never be as good as desktops at running games, and they take away all the advantages of having a laptop. A good laptop for gaming is a streaming laptop. Get one that can stream games from a desktop over good Internet, or from Stadia, and you can actually use it as a convenient, portable computer when you're not gaming. Anyway modern games have a lot of detail to their graphics, and you lose a lot playing them from a laptop screen.
Vali 6 aylar önce
And if they used hotswap sockets so you could switch out the bad cherry switches they'll definitely put in with something better. And it might also allow for stab modding. You'll end up making a laptop with an amazing keyboard to beat any other out there.
General Misery
General Misery 6 aylar önce
I think the biggest problem you kind of avoided testing is thermals. At a lan playing for hours at a time, this thing will burn your fingers. For the ultimate laptop I would have liked to see a cooling pad underneath it.
PerfectionHunter Aylar önce
I repasted mine with *Noctua NT-H2*. Went from gaming BL3 and CP77, settings on Ultra, with full fan boosters and still fkn burning my fingers! -> to not having to go full boost and still staying cool. I'm blown away by the difference. The paste MSI uses is TOTAL DOGSHIT. Its more like foam-candy than actual thermal paste. My temps are now at 57-59°C with no fan boost and 39-41°C with full boost. Love my MSI now.
Arnis Aylar önce
I have titan play 8 hours temperature stays same 🤷‍♂️
General Misery
General Misery 3 aylar önce
@Vasile Bandila I can only compare it to my Asus Zephrus with similar specs. It's nothing insane with games that don't ask for much performance, but for example PUBG (at max settings) makes it uncomfortable to touch for extended time. At less used spots it is definitely at a temperature that could burn you after some time. The point is exaggerated, but it's more about cooling in general. For a LAN I would want to cool it better. I currently can't make much use of my PC so I run my laptop and I am blowing additional air at the back to cool it and it's standing vertically anyway. It's hot.
Vasile Bandila
Vasile Bandila 3 aylar önce
I don't know about that, but the Asus 17 SCAR SE with similar specs i9 12950HX, 3080 Ti (less ports and less internal slots for RAM and SSD though) doesn't get hot at the hands at least where you keep the hands during normal use. I didn't tried to touch it everywhere, and it does blow warm air on the sides and back, but definitely nowhere near getting to burn your fingers or even feeling hot.
zt9233 6 aylar önce
​@TheMacco26 okay Jarrod we will :)
EnyoTaiz 6 aylar önce
After TWO different MSI laptops i've owned randomly broke their hinges within 2 years (after LIGHT use, never leaving my desk) i can not recommend anyone spend money an an MSI laptop.
Adelin Popa
Adelin Popa 3 aylar önce
@Rainman If you want shit quality go to asus/dell/lenovo. Search for northridge fix and see how many that guy repairs. I had only msi and use them daily for about 12-16 hours a day for 6 years and never missed a beat. When you get a laptop no matter the brand read the manual a bit, clean it every year, use good thermal paste, don't cover the vents, don't OC and everything will be fine.
Adelin Popa
Adelin Popa 3 aylar önce
@vgamesx1 Dude i had only msi laptops and never had a problem with them/ hinges. Most people don't know how to lift the screen from the middle and not by the corners. All laptops comes with threads embedded to plastic.
SweetSurrender 3 aylar önce
@Rainman Dell is WAYYY worse than MSI lmao but yeah Lenovo is great
Rasmus ASD
Rasmus ASD 4 aylar önce
seems like a skill issue, buddy.
Tobi R
Tobi R 5 aylar önce
I will say that I got a GV62 8RD. I bought it 2018 Black Friday. And the only thing was, that a fan crapped out last fall, which was admittedly my fault for never opening the thing up and cleaning the fans out properly. Ended up just fixing it myself pretty easily. Other than that, I upgraded to 16gb ram and SSD, and its worked great. Time for an upgrade but can't say anything bad about a $800 machine that runs current AAA titles on medium at 40-60 fps.
Snazzy Cipher
Snazzy Cipher 6 aylar önce
If you're keeping that, make sure you loosen the hinges a half turn. They over tighten them and they eventually crack while opening up the clamshell.
Andy 37890
Andy 37890 6 aylar önce
I've bought 2 msi laptops in the past 3 years and not only were they loud as hell with shit thermals, they both stoped working after about a year. The were both 2k usd
PerfectionHunter Aylar önce
All MSIs are in desperate need to be repasted. The thermal paste MSI uses is TOTAL DOGSHIT. Its more like foam-candy squeezed in there, than actual thermal paste. I repasted my GE76 Raider i7 11UH 360hz-17", with Noctua NT-H2. Went from gaming BL3 and CP77, all settings on Ultra, with full fan boosters and still fkn burning my fingers! -> To not having to boost at all and still staying cool. My temps are now at 57-59°C w no fan boost and 39-41°C with full boost. Love my MSI now.
Daniel Qi
Daniel Qi 4 aylar önce
My GE 62 is loud as hell but still runs great after 6 years and one SSD upgrade. YMMV
p3zx39 5 aylar önce
Wow. Mine was also loud as hell, and hot as hell... it tried to throttle down and got to the point where it throttled back far too much. Sent it back, laughed off the whole gaming laptop idea, carried on using trusty HP workhorse laptop for day to day crap, and bought myself a new monitor and gfx card for the desktop. :)
p3zx39 5 aylar önce
@Pranav K Completely agreed - I just donated an old Dell to a friend who has never owned a computer. Its single core, 1GB memory and 120Gb 2.5" IDE hard drive, lol... Did I mention it's 14 years old ? ...yup, 2008. I think it escaped from Lehman Brothers or Fanny Mac. Only thing not original is the battery and the operating system. It now runs Q4OS which is really quick (seriously, yes!)
YeahOkayLol 5 aylar önce
@Leander F I had a Lenovo laptop since 2019 until I upgraded to a desktop recently. Lenovo makes very nice laptops, but my touchpad and Esc key stopped working 2 years in.
ShamblerDK 6 aylar önce
MSI laptop? Yeah, no. They have the most heinous customer support of all manufacturers. Only one coming close is ASUS.
SweetSurrender 2 aylar önce
@Bandz I had to call them for a screen replacement. They were nice and fixed it for me on warranty in 3 days.
Bandz 2 aylar önce
What are all you guys calling customer support about? I don't understand lol
Michael Darukee
Michael Darukee 3 aylar önce
Well how many times ya callin em?? I never call "customer service" it's a waste of time, stop finger fouling your pc so you don't have to call them, how bout that, like wth you doin to that thing that you need to keep callin em!? No offense. Lol 🤷‍♂️
The Weasel's Zone
The Weasel's Zone 3 aylar önce
@Courtney Smith I agree, Dell is awesome with customer support. For a 'businesses' oriented company it does make sense. Unfortunately Dell doesn't have the same prestige as it did before, but Alienware is kicking that door down.
SweetSurrender 3 aylar önce
Wait really? Asus has great support here
C J 6 aylar önce
I have had terrible experiences with MSI laptops, I gifted one to a family member and the keyboard randomly stopped working after a few months
Lucky Bajwa
Lucky Bajwa 5 aylar önce
lol must be embarrassing
AllenSeeAllenDo 6 aylar önce
12-13 years ago my cousin bought an msi or Alienware just like this. (Minus the storage and outrageous ram). It weighed like 30 lbs with the double power supplies. Personally seeing that and seeing this I’m impressed.
Wolfshark Galore
Wolfshark Galore 6 aylar önce
I've been using the Raider GE67 HX with the 240hz OLED and it's been pretty much the sweet spot for performance and value. So if anyone was looking for a middle tier of the Titan, I would definitely recommend the GE67 HX.
nrtolv Aylar önce
Can only say the same thing about the Vector GP76 UGS. It even have a 360 hz screen haha
Andrew Morris
Andrew Morris 6 aylar önce
This. I’ve had mine for two months and it’s been gaming heaven! That OLED display is the undoubtedly the best I’ve ever used for gaming.
Aneegha Angus
Aneegha Angus 6 aylar önce
It’s always different and more amusing to watch when Linus is hosting. Not saying others are bad but there’s a difference with Linus
Everyday Blind
Everyday Blind 3 aylar önce
Loved my 2017 apache pro, everything from raw performance, to the weirdly good battery to the amazing keyboard that am sure is the same on this, the only downside was the build quality, hinges failed twice on me in 4 years and the casing started to randomly crack, as much as I took care of it. Internals are still great though, still beating my Asus Zenbook duo 2021 by miles, except the Msi was cheaper.
Adelin Popa
Adelin Popa 3 aylar önce
Man, i used to have an 17 inch Apache pro for almost 4 years, and not a single problem for the duration. I have replaced it 1 year ago with a GP76 Leopard and i am verry happy with this one. Very fast and powerfull. Not a single game that can't handle with a full size gpu chip.
Neoxon 6 aylar önce
This could be great for having a portable fighting game set-up, especially as fighting games take up more storage & require more power (see the SF6 closed beta). Price notwithstanding, of course.
DeathCry 6 aylar önce
I guess there is a reason why we did not see any shotage from thermal camera? :D I bet the keyboard turns into finger fryer, as it does any other MSI laptop.
PerfectionHunter Aylar önce
All MSIs are in desperate need to be repasted. The thermal paste MSI uses is TOTAL DOGSHIT. Its more like foam-candy squeezed in there, than actual thermal paste. I repasted my GE76 Raider i7 11UH 360hz-17" with Noctua NT-H2. Went from gaming BL3 and CP77, all settings on Ultra, with full fan boosters and still fkn burning my fingers! -> To not having to boost at all and still staying cool. My temps are now at 57-59°C w no fan boost and 39-41°C with full boost. Love my MSI now.
crimsonTyphoon 6 aylar önce
Emerald i personally use fan boost on my msi always while playing....as i played with in ear headphones fan noice is never noticable for me
ben wu
ben wu 6 aylar önce
Not in the market to buy one, but that is an impressive laptop. It being IPS rather than OLED is an issue for that price.
ben wu
ben wu 6 aylar önce
@Marvin I concede the point on OLED, though dead pixels were also quite a concern back at the 13 years ago time, I think I got my sony kdl40w2000 a year or 2 before even that, so there is always something to worry about as an early adopter.
Marvin 6 aylar önce
I still do not use OLED. I got 2 TVs here. One that already is 13 years old. The other one 10 years old. Furthermore two 24" BenQ screens that are almost 13 years old. Could an OLED do that? IDK. YDK. I won't take the risk.
Rofi 6 aylar önce
Its not a problem though, it have dci-p3 coverage screen which is great for editing and content creation
Brad Haines
Brad Haines 6 aylar önce
oled is still a reliability issue
jose perez
jose perez 6 aylar önce
Hey Linus I'm wondering how well those fans and thermal heat pipes actually function?
PerfectionHunter Aylar önce
They work fantastic but you need to repaste it first. I repasted mine with *Noctua NT-H2*. Went from gaming BL3 and CP77, settings on Ultra, with full fan boosters and still fkn burning my fingers! -> to not having to go full boost and still staying cool. I'm blown away by the difference. The paste MSI uses is TOTAL DOGSHIT. Its more like foam-candy than actual thermal paste. My temps are now at 57-59°C with no fan boost and 39-41°C with full boost. I love my MSI now.
Downy 6 aylar önce
almost every high end gaming laptop has one common problem other than thermals is how long will it last I've gone through 3 laptops with in the last 7 years a msi gt70, asus rog, and a eurocom sky x7c all had the same problem is mainboard failure and i think its due to the cpu out putting alot of heat in the result of the mosfets and caps getting cooked over time from high cpu temps
Ein_Randomtyp 3 aylar önce
amazing video! im currently playing on a Lenovo thinkpad l570... not the most powerful machine but it can run some ancient titles on an acceptable framerate. Ive always wanted to have some sort of a gaming PC or rather laptop. i started saving a couple months ago for a new laptop and i already got 130$ in my saving can. i cant work due to some problems but your videos keep me inspired into learning about Pc´s and tech stuff and to keep saving so i can buy myself a nice laptop! thanks for brightening up my rough days and keeping me inspired
nugget Aylar önce
@R3XX 1080 ti instead of 3060
R3XX Aylar önce
@Ein_Randomtypnah bro dont go for the 1650 its not good now atleast go for a 3060 its future proof as well. 😊
Systems Realty Team
Systems Realty Team 2 aylar önce
Keep it up! How much do you have saved up so far? I'd be looking at a good deal on a used RTX 2060 or 2070 laptop. They're getting really cheap on the used market and still provide great performance and support all the latest features (except DLSS3)
willson dev
willson dev 2 aylar önce
I just hope that my 550w power supply not explode
FunnyAnimations Extra
FunnyAnimations Extra 2 aylar önce
it takes me 10 years for 900 lol
Lord Potato
Lord Potato 6 aylar önce
It's crazy, the laptop has so much boom inside it games like CS just don't stress it enough to ramp up the cooling. Love how the tech is coming along. Shame the IO gets in the way on the right hand side but I suppose that's something to sacrifice for that sexy ass cooling 🤣
Träy 6 aylar önce
GT73 user here. I love these large laptops. Mine is still fast as heck, all these years later and I still have a free M.2 slot for an SSD when I need more space. It's still really quiet under load. I'm really happy they're still making these.
Träy 5 aylar önce
BruceTheFuckinfGoose cool, need any help picking parts?
Träy 5 aylar önce
BruceTheFuckinfGoose No, a heavy laod is when I start watching a 4k youtube video while playing a game and streaming in on discord at the same time. even then the fans are quieter than they were on my old build with a blower style 760
Träy 5 aylar önce
BruceTheFuckinfGoose yeah, it is. the cooling system was made to handle a 7820HK and two 1070's while mine is a base model with a 7700HQ and a single 1070. the fans literally don't even spin unless I put the system under a heavy load.
StaySic4Ever 6 aylar önce
It's a beast, I wish we see more mid-range thin and slim 17" laptops though.
FSH 6 aylar önce
I cannot stress how much I love a numpad. I might like my games, but doing stuff in engineering, and having worked with num pads for years, it's bloody great.
Befo4eGaming 5 aylar önce
I work for a Watchfire Signs and out big 'Sports Signs' actually use these laptops as controllers. Whatever engineer decided to go that route makes me happy since itll be the only time I get to use one of these beast machines myself. Its hooked up to a unit that translates the display/ output from the laptop into high speed fiber that ends up feeding the sign. So much fun, I love my job when I can play around with it.
dvxAznxvb 6 aylar önce
It’s a bummer they wanted to go thinner for this line of laptop; titan series was supposed to not be physically limited and somewhat ergonomic with it being a good tilt angle but now its so flat that wrists will just hang on the edge and hurt from a few hours; had gs laptops and even that being thin was a problem with desk situations without wristrests
Krakur 5 aylar önce
I’ve owned this laptop for 2 months now and it’s insane. The cooling is amazing. I’ve never seen temps over mid 70s. I upgraded from a ge66 Raider. I could noticeably feel the heat coming from the keyboard but it never gave me any issues. It was a great laptop which is why I decided to go with MSI again. Don’t regret my purchase one bit.
Krakur 11 gün önce
@TwentyEight I bought it last June, this series had only been out for a few months when I bought it. But it’s like a phone lol… can’t ever seem to keep up with the new shit 😂
LumpySpaceBrotha 19 gün önce
youll regret it in a year. eventually your keyboard will stop working, and a hinge will crack.
TwentyEight 23 gün önce
Why didn't you wait for the 4080/90 models? We knew they were about to come out.
Stephen Thomas-Dorin
Stephen Thomas-Dorin 6 aylar önce
The red/white gpu/igpu light is actually a common feature for MSi gaming laptops. My GS65 Stealth Thin that I bought 4 years ago has one. Now that I think about it, MSi might have some patent for it.
Nick Ryan
Nick Ryan 6 aylar önce
I wish they'd make it damn clear as to what is using what. I have a laptop and I cannot remember for crap if the GPU LED being green or white, which one is the integrated GPU and which one the discreate GPU.
J.H 6 aylar önce
It's interesting how 4 M.2 slots seems like an amazing feature nowadays lol. My Alienware 15R3 from 2017 came with 3 M.2 slots as well as an HDD slot
J.H 6 aylar önce
​@crimsonTyphoon​2 slots I know for certain are hybrid, the last one I'm not sure. At the time, having even 1 nvme slot was super
crimsonTyphoon 6 aylar önce
M.2 sata or nvme or hybrid, that's make huge difference
Dylan 5 aylar önce
Each of the 8 tb SSD drives was $1,499.99 and the laptop was $3,999.99 so they just built a $10,000 laptop before sales tax. I think I will have to stick to building desktops, my wallet said so.
ricky v
ricky v 6 aylar önce
I am impressed. That’s a cool laptop 💻. I hope more laptops get such good cooling systems.
ricky v
ricky v 4 aylar önce
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Afino 6 aylar önce
hello bot
Alhaji Daniel
Alhaji Daniel 6 aylar önce
Wow, they were able to do this on a 17inch, that awesome and this is next on my Wishlist because of that. Loveee 17 inch gaming laptops!!
BRIAN M 6 aylar önce
Weird to think in just a few years this thing might be on ebay for like 200 bucks
Doctor Nemmo
Doctor Nemmo 6 aylar önce
I have the MSI GT75 and is a beast. You can upgrade everything, add HDDs, SDDs, NVMs and RAM. Totally recommend it (if you can stand the fan noise).
Doctor Nemmo
Doctor Nemmo Aylar önce
@PerfectionHunter I'm going to check it out.
PerfectionHunter Aylar önce
Did you repaste yours? All MSIs are in desperate need to be repasted. I have the GE76 i7 11UH, with the 360hz 17" screen. I repasted mine with Noctua NT-H2. Went from gaming BL3 and CP77, all settings on Ultra, with full fan boosters and still fkn burning my fingers! -> To not having to go full boost and still staying cool. The paste MSI uses is TOTAL DOGSHIT. Its more like foam-candy squeezed in there, than actual thermal paste. My temps are now at 57-59°C with no fan boost and 39-41°C with full boost. I love my MSI now.
TheNakedSpaceMan 6 aylar önce
You know what I want to see in a gaming laptop? One that can fold over sorta like a 2 in 1 so you can have the screen closer to you while you game on your 60% keyboard and mouse. Better cooling, the screen is closer for a better experience, and since they usually put the speakers on the bottom better sound too.
Nova 6 aylar önce
If the colors of the numbers when you put out the screws are which screws are the same, I love it, it's very easy to read and incredibly helpful, would love to see more of that
Paul Miner
Paul Miner 6 aylar önce
Damn, that's a workstation. Reminds me of the Dell Precision line (RAID and replaceable MXM GPU), but turned up even more (my old Precision had three drives, current one has two).
Config Sys
Config Sys 4 aylar önce
I love my Titan gt77 so far. I bought the i9 model and it's an absolute monster.
Brad Kostyzak
Brad Kostyzak 6 aylar önce
With all that power I would be curious to see the temp of the deck and keyboard after gaming for a bit. It’s probably like typing on lava.
Egrin Targ
Egrin Targ 6 aylar önce
I never thought I would see a laptop that impressed the hell out of me until just now.
TheGrassyDirtBlock 6 aylar önce
Wish u did more teardown ide love to see the heatsinks and cooling more in-depth
Lyn 6 aylar önce
This might be a beast. Too bad the hinges are gonna break and render it useless in 4 months time tho 🥴
GeorgeMKane 5 aylar önce
It still amazes me how some manufacturers won't let you upgrade these two components (RAM & storage) on some entry level laptops. They're soldered onto the motherboard... I still ask why, because that only alienates customers, and when they go to buy a better laptop... Are they going to buy that brand? The odds of that are much less depending on what they couldn't do with their older pc that they couldn't upgrade (or upgrade as much). I lucked out last year. Got a laptop with 128GB SSD storage and 8GB of RAM. Went from that to 1TB SSD storage and 32GB of RAM. Turned a $400 laptop into a $1000 laptop with $150-$200 in upgrades (the 32GB RAM was unnecessary, but I had already bought 1 16GB RAM stick right after getting the laptop anyways).
Daeve 6 aylar önce
MSI big fan here using their components since my first build in 2009 and always recommend then to my friends and use them in every computer I build. Their costumer service has always been good and I wish I could get enough money to get this laptop haha maybe someday I'll build a PC worth over 2k...
SLAVA UKRAINI 6 aylar önce
Lol this is exactly the opposite of what others are saying here. You gettin’ some green from MSI? 🤑
Anon Ymous
Anon Ymous 6 aylar önce
Hey Linus, why haven't you guys reviewed the Eurocom based laptops they supposedly use Desktop component for their laptop and a Canadian based company. Great job reviewing the MSI laptop :)
FN LN 4 aylar önce
Holy smokes this laptop is an absolute beast. Thank you for the video! Great rainbow caboose.
Darko Radenkovic
Darko Radenkovic 3 aylar önce
Well darn it, first game and the only one I couldn't run on my GE66 Raider with rtx 3070 ti, and I just wanted to test run it how much frames could it reach on QHD panel.. Great and overkill machine there Linus!!
DctrGizmo 6 aylar önce
That thing is a beast! I’d love to own just one 8TB SSD though my 2TB is perfectly fine 😂
Jimmy Zhao
Jimmy Zhao 6 aylar önce
It's funny seeing the gigantic specs of the laptop, then seeing the measly 2W speakers.
Gam3kid 6 aylar önce
I have an MSI GL-75. After a year of progressively high temps, I repaste and the CPU temp idle is 66-80c and the GPU is 54c. Not sure if this is normal but just telling you my experience
PaulBunyanGoneWild 🎃
ah linus, one of the only people ive ever seen whos opened up a device that was powered on multiple times
Фёдор Русанов
Actually it can be good as a mobile workstation for AI researchers. 128gb of ram for VMs, good GPU and you can put TPU modules in m.2 slots
Ken Hew
Ken Hew 6 aylar önce
I'd go for actual mobile workstations like the Dell Precision lines or the HP Zbook lines. They have been having 4 slots RAM 4 slots m.2 in their top of the line models since 2018, it's nothing new.
Frag EightyFive
Frag EightyFive 6 aylar önce
10:38 Integrated vs Discreet GPU - Windows 10 and Nvidia drivers do some weird things with power management and GPU selection. I have a laptop with a Quadro A3000 and NVIDIA will sometimes show processes like the windows search process using the nvidia GPU even when trying to force it using the Windows 10 graphics settings. The difference is about 12 watts idle power usage. Not a huge deal, but it means the fans kick on sooner and more often, in addition to shorter battery life.
Sausager 6 aylar önce
Daniel 6 aylar önce
Recently got a 2nd hand MSI GL65 Leopard as my 2nd gaming laptop (1st one was also second hand and sold it and added some earned cash for the laptop I have now; 3rd hand?) Big fan of MSI lately and seeing that is like seeing a long road ahead to one of my dream laptops. One day...
Jehu McSpooran
Jehu McSpooran 6 aylar önce
Those desktop replacement Laptops are crazy overpowered for the cooling. I have a Clevo P375SM that had 2 AMD 290X GPUs in crossfire. Even though I always used it with a riser with fans, both of the GPUs fried themselves.
Sam S
Sam S 6 aylar önce
I look at this laptop in awe, then I look at the price and grieve. I am trying to find a computer that can stream and play WoW at top settings simultaneously, but affording a wedding right now makes buying a gaming setup nearly impossible. This is a good video Linus, even if I can’t afford it.
Soul & Dust
Soul & Dust 2 aylar önce
Linus: "opens the laptop to show what's inside, while it's powered on" Also Linus: "step one is to..."
iSPIKE 5 aylar önce
I own an MSI GS75 Stealth 9SF & love it. This mega build here is really cool but I’ll be staying with mine for now 👍🏻
Solkerate 5 aylar önce
I had a friend with a laptop like that, with the massive but, and rgb lights it was amazing
Josh Hardin
Josh Hardin 6 aylar önce
that's a desktop in a laptop form factor (not to undersell the engineering feets for power and cooling (kudos team), but it's also still going to be stupid expensive as configured, has a downright silly-heavy-big power brick, and is just plain heavy... it's a mobile workstation, nothing less. yeah, there's a market for it (gamers who need portability and have trust funds, creative professionals who can't get away with high end notebook gpus, someone who wants a portable rig for demoing high end vr maybe?), but I don't see this as being a high volume product at all.
phyphor 6 aylar önce
Many years ago I dropped almost £2k on a Toshiba Qosmio G30 "luggable", desktop-replacement, laptop - which had a massive, high-definition screen, space inside for two hard drives, and a 1gig NIC. In the decade and a half since, as the laptop specs keep improving, I have been wondering if there'd ever be a similar style machine. Good to know the absurd builds are still being made!
phyphor Aylar önce
I used to work in a data centre for an ISP so I could make full use of the built in network card and have the best internet speed I've ever had. Good times, indeed!
PerfectionHunter Aylar önce
Oh man i also had a Qosmio! But the X300. What a beast it was for it's time. Awesome memories. The raids we did in Warhammer Online... those were good times, good times...
chris thorney
chris thorney 3 aylar önce
after my experence with an msi mobo, an msi laptop is honestly the last thing i would every buy. meanwhile my 2013 HP is still going strong the once every couple months i actually need to use it, it comes in handy, espesually when your trying to figure out mobo issues and your pc is down for weeks at a time while you wait for the parts cannon to load
kidwajagstang 6 aylar önce
Killer WiFi cards weren’t bad. Not at all. It has always been their in house drivers. They had the unique capability of connecting with WiFi and Ethernet simultaneously if using Killer Ethernet and WiFi. Since Ethernet in most computers is now integrated, if you didn’t have a killer Ethernet already built in to the motherboard, then it basically was identical with Intel’s WiFi cards with no additional functionality and can just use the standard Intel drivers. Now killer is an Intel brand and has no difference that I’m aware of from the Intel equivalent. Also, since Intel is now providing the Killer drivers, it has made it possible to use the Killer drivers and take advantage of the “Doubleshot” functionality without the issues the old drivers are so famous for. I was able to get the second to last pre-Intel buyout Killer WiFi card installed in my laptop and am hunting for the elusive last model they produced. While fully aware that the chip is manufactured by Intel, I just can’t bring myself to buy something that is a 100% intel product. As long as it’s dated even one DAY prior to the buyout, I would prefer that over a product that is owned, made, and sold by Intel. The company’s history has demonstrated time and time again the lengths they will go to screw over others and that they are in the upper echelon of companies with such horrible business ethics that to state that the company is evil is more a statement of fact than as an opinion. As such, I try my best not to support them if it’s at all possible. While having nearly no impact on Intel, it is at least what little I can do to express my disapproval and disappointment in them with their actions. (For example: they have hired local underground crime groups to beat and threaten businesses in foreign countries to “persuade” them not to carry competing products. Deaths have occurred. Domestically, they’ve gone straight to OEM’s and paid them not to create products with components from competing companies. So much so that their “donations” have amounted to being the largest source of revenue for many of these OEM’s!! They prefer these methods than to actually creating a clearly superior product that is offered at a competitive price that consumers would naturally chose instead. Intel’s CEO was quoted years ago saying that he believes consumers don’t care at all about quality. Hence the source of Intel’s business philosophy…)
Carter 6 aylar önce
The Dell Ultra ruggeds have 2 batteries, and I think they can total ~120 amp hours. Its a loophole I wish more manufacturers utilized, especially with something this ridiculous
zachery Chen
zachery Chen 5 aylar önce
Although I'm using a GE72 from 2019 , but to my surprise , it hasn't been broken after all those years.
Kurt Penka
Kurt Penka 6 aylar önce
Can yall do a video on all the discounted laptops, maybe on the subsidiary channels, to compare them?
Alexander Nielsen
Alexander Nielsen 6 aylar önce
Here I thought upgrading my Gigabyte Aorus 5 to 32 GB of ram and adding a 1 TB NVME drive was pretty stellar... now it feels minimal...
madmax875 5 aylar önce
Seems like it's actually well engineered. Shocking!
El Sombero
El Sombero 6 aylar önce
10:45 I have an old MSI Laptop (CX61 0NF) with a GT645M and it has exact the same feature. However, Windows 8 sucks and that's why it wasn't working (exactly like my WiFi card hehe) until I downgraded to Windows 7. I think it's a Win8 specific issue since after upgrading from Win7 to Win10, the "Intel/Nvidia GPU usage" LED light on the power button was still working. Later on I put a separate SSD which I used for testing devices and updated Win8 to the latest update and it still wasn't working XD Well, at least they fixed the wifi issue.
DELTACX10 5 aylar önce
would be nice to have a system like a laptop but thicker and able to use standard ATX parts.
Antoni's Autos
Antoni's Autos 6 aylar önce
At that point just make a desktop. I get some wanna game on the go... but in most cases I feel most don't move their laptop that much to where leaving it in one spot would be terribly inconvenient. I've had gaming laptops, cheaper laptops, desktops, game consoles, handheld games like the Gameboy. They all have their advantages. When it comes to laptops though, you pay quite the premium for the performance.
Ahmad Naimee
Ahmad Naimee 6 aylar önce
I can’t wait to see laptops with 4080ti man it’s gonna be so nice
T B 6 aylar önce
Last MSI product I bought was a motherboard and it was DOA. So I sent it back and bought a Gigabyte. Been happy ever since. 😎
Aida Khydyrova
Aida Khydyrova 6 aylar önce
I remember that my killer wifi software literally killed my wifi and made it unusable for my Alienware 17 R5 laptop and I had an actual panic for about 6 hours
WhatTheRoosterDoing 5 aylar önce
Dang I'd do anything for a laptop like that!
IJT 4 aylar önce
This guy isn’t careful at all dealing with such masterpieces
Orobas 66
Orobas 66 6 aylar önce
The big butt reminds me of laptops from the 80s during the transition from the flat design to a fold up monitor before they put it all the way to the back. Is 32TB actually the maximum it supports or is that based on what's currently available? My Dell Latitude from 1998 came out during a time 2.5" hard drives barley exceeded 10GB but it happily accepts drives up to 2TB so it wouldn't surprise me if you could double it to 64TB in the future.
Orobas 66
Orobas 66 4 aylar önce
​@Billy O'Neal How much does it support based on what we have now was not my question. The highest capacity drive that exists at the time a computer is released is not the maximum it will ever be able to use evident by the computers from the late 90s that will happily accept 2TB drives.
Billy O'Neal
Billy O'Neal 4 aylar önce
It's limited to what fits in M.2 slots, and the largest M.2 drives currently made are 8TB.
Scott's Photography Banzai
Yeah, LAN parties and that laptop sounds like a great combination! 💻👍
Grape 2
Grape 2 6 aylar önce
Great as this is, I've always felt that the hardware nor games will ever use this much. It's awesome to see the limits, but unnecessary, especially when you realise that this hardware will be too outdated eventually to use this amount of storage/ram.
Kyle Thiede
Kyle Thiede 6 aylar önce
When I read the thumbnail I thought it was 32 gb of ram. I said to myself that couldn't possibly be the most powerful laptop lol!
Jules 2 aylar önce
I'm currently trying to start my career and i absolutely can't wait to buy the next one, i look at videos like this quite often heh. The next one apparently comes with a 4090 and i9 13th gen for the same price of this one. I can't wait bros. I gamed with a Radeon 530 with a (really good) i5 8th gen for too long
Jamie Scott
Jamie Scott 6 aylar önce
Makes me miss my Dell XPS M1730 - maxed specs for AUD$5000 yet only lasted 5 years before the GPU died and became a fancy paper weight :(
The_ShamelessReroll 6 aylar önce
I can't be the only one that got VERY nervous when Linus was wobbling the laptop on one hand serving tray style to show off the I/O😂😂😂
SickoMode 22 gün önce
Can't believe it's only been 5 months and this laptop is already obsolete. The 4090 laptop GPUs have entered the market. They are 40% better at gaming performance. Although at ridiculous prices nonetheless. But 128GB ram, is something unseen on a laptop (foldable desktop really).😅
Alexander Ramirez
Alexander Ramirez 6 aylar önce
would love to see a custom build for pcie5 builds based on 7950x, ddr5, and a 4090. especially pci5 psu info!!!
Jack-Smith 5 aylar önce
that's absolutely amazing I sure wish it was affordable now though LOL
Unknown User
Unknown User 6 aylar önce
Damn, that's a laptop we mere mortals can only dream off. Will probable have to take a second mortgage if I want to buy that in our country 😅 Luckily I'm fortunate enough to still have my 7th gen MSI to play on. The old dog is showing its age but it's not dead yet. :p Holy crap, smiling through the tears... I'm still using the default 128gb ssd and 1tb hdd and 8gb ram that came with the laptop. Yeah super old school. You love big butts and you can not lie :p
Turnmations 6 aylar önce
and as time goes on it should become cheaper due to laptops in the future packing even more performance than this sice technology is improving so fast
Maxenti 6 aylar önce
I feel like for shoots where the host is in one place a pedal for prompter scroll could be convenient. Just a thought I had when I saw the little blue controller thingy :P.
vroomvroom 2 aylar önce
the lenovo ideapad 3 (15.6") with the 16 gb package and i7 really good at a reasonable 800 dollars. The I/O is unfortunately lacking
Smith John
Smith John 6 aylar önce
we need the exact same ecosystem with pc but on laptops, like a standardized case, standardized mobo etc. LCDs are already standardized
josiasnds 6 aylar önce
I hope MSI have a wireless version of that mouse.
Horned n' Hooved
Horned n' Hooved 6 aylar önce
I really wish MSI made a 1440P and 1080P version, it's so stupid that they didn't. The 1080P version I believe is actually the engineering sample.
Joshua Radick
Joshua Radick 6 aylar önce
as someone who also uses a gaming laptop as my work pc at a school the number pad is vital when it comes to grade entry.
360 Fov
360 Fov 6 aylar önce
It's absolute insane how much power is in that small space. You could fold that over into a small cube the size of a gamecube, yet it's as powerful as 25 PS5's! INSANE
Micah Ross
Micah Ross 6 aylar önce
You can bring higher Wh batteries on a plane. You’re just limited on how many. I had 2 a7iv batteries, 4 a6300, a 150Wh v mount, 1 lp-e6, my phone, 4 AA in my film camera and I think that was is. No one even batted an eye. I think you’re limited to like 2 for anything over 100Wh and anything else has no limit. Just tape up the contacts on them.
DedR4M 6 aylar önce
Finally! A laptop with a GPU multiplexer chip (Mux chip as you say). The price is blatantly gonna be out of my range.... Though do they do this in 4K (or even 1440p would suffice) OLED form too?
Shogo 昇剛
Shogo 昇剛 6 aylar önce
Glad to see that even the popular people are using Sabrent drives.
Claydrogen 6 aylar önce
At 3:12, what's the difference in performance between wiring to the CPU and the chipset?
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