Singapore-based Aftershock PC has been churning out some very capable customized mobile gaming machines since last year, and its latest Titan CrossFire edition notebook ups the ante with its optional dual AMD Radeon 7970M GPUs. For those favoring the green camp, Aftershock can also outfit your custom Titan with either a 2X GeForce 670M GTX 2GB GDDR5 SLI or 2X GeForce 680M GTX 4GB GDDR5 SLI. At its most basic, the Titan ships with an Intel Core i5-3210M 2.5GHz CPU, a 17.3-inch FHD Matte Display, but high rollers can easily upgrade to a Core i7-3820QM 2.7GHz (3.7GHz w/Turbo Boost), up to 32GB of DDR3 Memory, 1x mSATA SSD and 2x Detachable 2.5-inch 9.5mm (H) SATA HDD for storage and 17.3-inch FHD Glossy Display with 90% NTSC color gamut.
A mobile CrossFire solution also poses possible heat issues, but Aftershock seems to have remedied this with three vents on the chassis including fans that reportedly make the laptop only slightly warm even on intense gaming sessions. With a starting price of SGD 2,700, not everyone can afford this portable monolith, but for those willing to cough up the cash the Titan looks all set to crunch some respectable framerates thanks to its dual-GPU configuration.