Maingear has announced the Titan 17 high performance gaming laptop for PC gamers who want desktop-like performance wherever they go, and creative professionals who can work on site without losing productivity.
The TITAN 17 features the fastest processor – the Intel Core i7 990X Extreme Edition – and with fast, intelligent multi-core technology, it claims to be capable of delivering an incredible breakthrough in gaming performance.
Equipped with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 485M, the TITAN 17 combines the power of DirectX 11 and NVIDIA PhysX technologies to achieve the fastest performance and visually-stunning graphics on its 17.3-inch full 1080P HD LED-backlit display.
The GTX 485M can also be configured in SLI to offer up to 2x performances scaling on today’s latest games. You can even connect your notebook to an NVIDIA 3D Vision-ready display for an immersive gaming experience.
This powerhouse notebook comes with up to 12GB DDR3 memory, two hardwired USB 3.0 ports, up to three SSD or SATA HDD’s with hardware RAID support, and even when fully loaded it keeps the option for an optical drive.
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