Next-Gen MSI Titan Spotted, Features Dual PSU Adapter For Overclocking With SLI

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Jun 3, 2008
YES!!! FOR FINALLY!!!! Ok, some more requests:

1) Nvidia GTX Titan SLI (Desktop unlocked versions)
2) Intel Extreme Processors (Desktop unlocked versions)
3) Water cooling
4) 3D XPoint OR NVMe
5) 802.11ad or ah (2018)
6) WTFast
7) 64GB DDR4 4000+ (HBM2 in 2018)
8) Cannonlake (2017) or Cannonlake Extreme (2018)
9) Displayport v1.4
10) Thunderbolt 3

11) Docking Station
11a) Dual SLI/XFire External Graphics Card Support
**More likely SLI as the laptop screen will be SLI

11b) High Performance Laptop cooler pad
11b1) (3) 120mm 252.85 CFM Fans with Removable Mesh Covers

11c) Wireless Speakers (Like Sony SRS-X99)
11d) (2) USB 3.1
11e) (10) USB 3.0
11f) (2) Thunderbolt 3
11g) (1) DVI
11h) (2) VGA
11i) (2) Displayport v1.4
11j) 1000W Platinum Power Supply
11k) RJ-45

9) Laptop Screen:
a) IPS, IPS-S, or VA
b) 20 inches (2018)
c) Continue with G-Sync

d) Displayport 1.4
d1) 4k at 144Hz (32.4 Gbit/s)


e) Thunderbolt 3 (2018)
e1) 4k at 144Hz (40 Gbit/s)

I know that the above will be difficult to accomplish, but prosumers such as myself are willing to make the expense if you are willing to make the product. The piece of hardware that needs the most improvement is the laptop screen. A 1080p TN screen isn't going to cut it. The docking station will be a monstrosity, but if it offers external graphics cards via a Thunderbolt 3 interface, that would be great. Thunderbolt 3 isn't strong enough to handle the latest GTX 1000 series, but it's a step in the right direction. If you can support the latest GTX 1000 series via a different interface, that would be awesome. For the entire package listed above, I am willing to pay $6,000. Give or take $500. As you know, your market segment (about 10% of the mobile tech market) can afford and desire this technology. I believe I share the opinions and desires of that 10% niche market, and this product will definitely appeal to us.

I have plenty more ideas for your Titan product line, please contact me if you need more ideas!


Aug 2, 2016
The only thing I would add to that list is better accessories that come with the laptop. Better mouse, external keyboard, better backpack


Oct 10, 2014
I've got one of the older ones. The SLI-253 2QE. After I modded it(added 2 m.2. Samsung 850 500GBs, 32gb 2133mhz g.skills) it pushed the price to just over 4,000.

I recently got an active dp to DVI-D dual link adapter to connect to a 120hz Asus 1080p monitor. It usually averages 90-110 for most games w/ max settings. Overall the thing is a beast.

My biggest complaint and the reason I won't recommend ever getting one: MSI promised 2 year support for GPU upgrades, it's been 2 years and NOTHING. Maybe after gamescon things will change but no word . . . .They basically sell you one and then move on to new models. Old models get little or no support. The only glitch free Windows 10 Nvidia drivers are also dated from 2015.
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