Slimbook Titan: the new beast for gaming from the Spanish brand

Slimbook Titan

With all the great products that have been launched in the past, I think that it is no longer necessary to present the Valencian company as before. slim book it is known inside and outside our borders. And that's thanks to their fantastic desktops and laptops that we've talked about numerous times at LxA. To all of them must be added a new name that will join the great family: Titan.

What if, Titan is a gaming laptop, for enthusiasts, flaunting his mighty name. To fill that empty gap and satisfy all those users who need high performance for video games or for other tasks where outstanding hardware resources are required.

Slimbook Titan

And which are they the characteristics What makes the Slimbook Titan so special? Well, we are going to see some of the most remarkable ones:

  • CPU:
    • AMD Ryzen 7 5800H (with Radeon 8 Renoir iGPU)
    • Codename: Cézanne
    • Microarchitecture: Zen 3
    • Colors: 8
    • SMT: Yes, 16 threads
    • Nominal frequency: 3.2 Ghz
    • Turbo Core: 4.4Ghz
    • Cache Memory: 16MB shared L3, 4MB L2 unified (512KB per core), IL1 + DL1 256KB + 256KB (32KB + 32KB x8).
    • PCIe Lanes: 12
    • Node: 7nm
    • TDP(PL1): 45W
  • RAM:
    • Capacity: 16GB to 64GB
    • Type: DDR4 3200Mhz.
  • GPU:
    • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070
    • Graphics memory: 8GB GDDR6 256-bit and bandwidth up to 448.00 GB / s
    • GPU: Ampere (GA104-300) with 20.31 TFLOPS
    • Frequency: 1.5 Ghz (1.725 Ghz turbo mode)
    • Shaders: 5888 CUDA cores
    • Cores for Ray Tracing: 46
    • Tensioner Cores: 184
    • Texture Units: 184
    • Render Units: 96
    • Interface: PCIe 4.0 x16
    • Consumption: 220W
  • Bonded warehouse:
    • Primary Hard Drive (M.2 NVMe PCIe SSD): 512GB to 2TB
    • Secondary hard drive (M.2 NVMe PCIe SSD): you can leave the slot empty, send your hard drive, or choose to mount one from 250GB to 2TB.
    • RAID: possibility to choose RAID 0 (Striping) and RAID 1 (Mirror) configuration.
  • Screen:
    • 15.6 ″ panel
    • Resolution: QHD or 2.5K (2560x1440px)
    • Refresh rate: 165 Hz.
  • Battery:
    • Type: Li-Ion
    • Capacity: 6 cells and 93.4Wh for great autonomy.
  • Working modes:
    • Office
    • Gaming
  • Keyboard:
    • Layout: you can choose a keyboard in Spanish (for keymaps es_ES), British English (en_UK), American English (en_US), German (de_DE) and others.
    • Type: opto-mechanical keys, with full keyboard + numeric keypad and turbo mode access buttons.
    • Backlighting: RGB (colored LEDs) on each key. Also includes front RGB Lightbar. Also, the lights can be turned off from the BIOS / UEFI.
  • Multimedia:
    • Speakers with THX sound
    • Integrated microphone.
    • Webcam and infrared camera to unlock your distro with facial recognition.
  • Ports and connectivity:
    • WiFi 6 (IEEE 802.11ax) with 2.5Gbps network card
    • 3x USB 3.0 ports
    • 1x USB-C with video output for external displays
    • 1x HDMI
    • 1x Ethernet LAN (RJ-45)
  • Design:
    • Material: high quality aluminum chassis.
    • Color: black
  • Weight/size: approx. 2.1kg
  • Operating System:
    • You can choose without any
    • With your favorite GNU / Linux distro.
    • And even dual-boot with Microsoft Windows 10 Home / Pro 64-bit.
    • In the case of Linux, you can also order a pendrive for € 9.
  • Price range: from € 1750 (pre-purchase with offer of € 1599)

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  1.   qtkk said

    AMD is known to be cheaper than Intel and there are teams that mount the RTX3070 on an i7, for a similar price. In any case, it seems to me an exorbitant price for a laptop that looks almost like an ultrabook (~ 22mm), that will be damaged by heat and that thanks to the aluminum you will not be able to put it on your lap.
    It certainly has a great battery and a screen with good resolution and refreshment, but it says nothing about the nits and if the RAM is single socket or dual channel (8GBx2).
    I like the idea of ​​brands that support Linux but they are significantly more expensive. : - /

  2.   qtkk said

    AMD is known to be cheaper than Intel and there are teams that mount the RTX3070 on an i7, for a similar price. In any case, it seems to me an exorbitant price for a laptop that looks almost like an ultrabook (~ 22mm), that will be damaged by heat and that thanks to the aluminum you will not be able to put it on your lap.

    It certainly has a great battery and a screen with good resolution and refreshment, but it says nothing about the nits and if the RAM is single socket or dual channel (8GBx2).

    I like the idea of ​​brands that support Linux but they are significantly more expensive. : - /

  3.   qtkk said

    This is not an article, it is a simple announcement of a product, with no hardware tests or comments on it. :?

    1.    Isaac said

      1st Check the definition of «article».
      2º In the article, because it is, the tests are not commented because it is only showing the news of the launch of a new product. Nothing more…
      3º It is difficult to have units of a product that is in pre-sale. And although some companies send sample units of some products, this has not been the case in this case.
      4th I do not think that those who are really interested in learning about Titan will be bothered by this article.

      1.    qtkk said

        But you understood what I was saying, yes.

  4.   Fer said

    There are some details that are too important not to mention them, and that unfortunately they are not well publicized in the official specifications, but that by asking in the forums you can see:

    4 USB 3.2 ports:
    * The one on the left side is Type A / gen.2 (10 Gb / s)
    * The rear is a Type C / gen. 2 (10 Gb / s) and DisplayPort
    * The 2 on the right side are Type A / Gen.1 (5 Gb / s)

    2 internal M.2 PCIe 3.0 ports at 4x (almost 4 GByte / s)

    1 HDMI 2.1 port (48 Gb / s)

    1 Ethernet port at 2.5 Gb / s

    Actually, if you compare it with the best-known brands (Asus, etc.) and at this price, you can see that these brands do not incorporate almost any of these characteristics.

    Note: Shortly after this and other reviews were published, they have updated the CPU of this laptop with a Ryzen 9 5900hx