It’s sensible to expect the costly MSI Titan GT77 HX 13V to convey a pompous, spent plan. In actuality, MSI keeps it straightforward. Maybe excessively straightforward. Initially, the Titan’s thick, matte dark body could be effortlessly confused with any very good quality gaming PC created somewhat recently. A progression of RGB lights spotting the back fans adds some style when utilized in a dim room, in any event.
Assemble quality is average. The lower body feels strong, yet the materials cladding the PC appear to be equivalent to those saw as on those sold for thousands less. Getting the PC from one side makes recognizable flex all through the machine. The equivalent is valid for the showcase, which twists and falters when it’s opened. Most gaming workstations have these issues — however those trusting the Titan’s sticker price could purchase a hint of extravagance will be disheartened. The options from Alienware and Razer feel more tough.