Just Received My refurbished MSI GT63 TITAN 8RG

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  1. psoutrage

    psoutrage Notebook Enthusiast

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    Ordered on 3/9/20 Received on 3/14/20 this unit must have been NEW because theres no signs of use no dead pixels just so nice, i have the GTX 1080 with 8750H and man this is one fast beast for a 15 gaming laptop
    Anyways if anyone is looking for upgrade to this unit now is the time to buy it on for 1,199 thought i would share with you because this is just a extremely good deal
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/R-MSI-GT63...800440?hash=item46a9a3e1f8:g:zAgAAOSwCH9eTdRJ

    I upgraded from a Alienware 17 r4 7700HQ and GTX 1070 and the MSI destroys it everything is so much much not just a little faster but way faster
     
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    high temps
     
  3. senso

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    Have you already replaced the thermal paste?
     
  4. Kevin@GenTechPC

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    What's your temp readout using AIDA64?
     
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    Kevin. U mean stress cpu or fpu? Cause fpu its damn heavy.
     
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    Do CPU. So what were you getting on the temp if you already did FPU?
     
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    I ask cause at all benchmarks include aida "stress cpu" my cpu draw 60watt stable.but if i check only "stress fpu" my cpu draw 75watt stable. (Undervolted) really that stress fpu its pain. Never I have see my cpu draw that watts .only at this stress. ( I have not try prime) stress cpu at aida I have max 78 or 80 dont remember. But fpu maybe can hit close to 90
     
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    If you run like 3DMark to stress the system with, what would temp looks like? You would want your test result as close to real life as possible, right?
     
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    I have test only time spy and firestrike.
    I thing its not heavy stress at all average temp it's about 70 for cpu, sometimes for seconds can hit max 78 max 80.
    Yea I like to watch cinebench 1300 and 3200 for 20r. Haha. If u see that world records score it's about 1320 and close to 3200. I cant understand how they hit that numbers
     
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    Fast RAM with low CL(at leasst running at 3200Mhz), and running with realtime priority with no crap running in the background.
     
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