Yep, got a promo from Nvidia, available from 26.01.2021. But no brands mentioned.
Sorry, don't buy a "slim" notebook - problems with the thermals are almos guaranteed. I bought GT series.
Actually very good, tolerable temperatures.
As the clone is a perfect copy of the original I'd suppose it works identically. I have a clone of the boot drive on my both laptops. The older...
Once my SSD wasn't recognized after cloning - I took the HDD out and then it worked and after reseating HDD it still worked. Both were SATA3.
Not seen any MSI laptops to support video out via USB. Just video input.
If the plug fits it should be OK. A half Volt difference is nothing and the EC circuit doesn't allow more Amps input that specced.
Check if Nvidia Control Panel shows it.
Perhaps, don't know if the capability is there albeit no G-sync screen is used....
I have a Easeus image on my internal HDD and have created an entry to it via Visual BCD editor. So I can choose it when rebooting if needed - SSD...
It has been published many times already.
Cloning does a complete image of the system. It's the only way I make backups. After doing one I confirm that the imaged system boots. On my GT73...
Thanks, haven't used it in years...
But that old inspector is still good for easy overclocking I suppose.
It's good - or Easeus free - or Aomei backupper free. Used all of them.
One step on the speed should not cause problems.
Look here, too: http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/the-official-msi-gt60-70-970m-980m-upgrade-thread.765058/
You can find the instructions here: https://www.msi.com/Laptop/support/GT70_0NE#down-bios and...
Do you have updated BIOS and EC?
You could try Nvidia Inspector for overclocking, too: https://www.guru3d.com/files-details/nvidia-inspector-download.html
Most probably 1070. In about every case you need a modified BIOS (51X/71X).
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