MSI Gaming Laptops With RTX 4090 To Cost Up To $4,700

MSI has finalized its latest laptops’ pricing with the U.S. store Microcenter but, no indication of the promised $999 gaming laptop with RTX 4050 GPUs has been seen. The GT77HX Titan MSI laptop featured by the retailer is loaded with top-tier components, including an RTX 4090 GPU, an i9-13980HX processor, 64GB of DDR5-5600 RAM, and 2TB of SSD storage. The cost of this system is $4,700.

The GE78HX Raider is estimated to retail for about $4,000. In addition to the differing chassis, the Titan boasts a 4K 144Hz display, while the Raider has a 1440p 240Hz Mini-LED panel. It is important to note that gamers may pick the RTX 4080 GPU for $700 less in Raider, but this system comes with slower DDR5 RAM.

The most economical RTX 4070 laptop is the Pulse 15 with a Core i7-13700H processor, 32GB DDR5-5200 memory, and 1TB of storage capacity. The price of this system is $1,700. In contrast, a $1500 variant with an RTX 4060 and half as much system memory is available.

The $1,200 MSI Katana 15 laptops with the Core i7-12650H or i7-13620H processors are the least expensive models. This indicates that there will be 12th-generation Core series with RTX 40 GPUs. These systems are equipped with RTX 4060 or RTX 4050 GPUs.

Preorders for the RTX 40 laptops may begin on February 1st, according to rumors; however, the laptops are not scheduled to arrive until either February 8th or 22nd, depending on the model.

Via Videocardz

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