*** MSI 16L13 (Eurocom Tornado F5)/EVOC 16L-G-1080 15.6" Owner's Lounge ***

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  1. CuttingEdge_

    CuttingEdge_ Notebook Enthusiast

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    I will check my 1070 voltages later today and will post maxiumum- average voltage in Battlefield 1 because of %99GPU usage.
    Im not sure about exact value but probably around 1V-1.050V.
    Can you check your temp graph on XTU and post it here ? Mine had same problem but I was using non-original Windows 10 Pro.So I tried to reboot all system and buy original key , problem solved.
    If you use cracked Windows , in Windows 10 there is an software that ''Microsoft Software Protection Platform'' which is runnig every minute for 2-3 seconds and pushing CPU to around 15% usage.That makes temperatures get peaked for a moment.
     
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    Hi Everyone.

    First off, amazing thread with huge amount of info. I have tried to look through it to find my issue so apologies if I have missed it.

    I opened up the bottom case today just to give it a bit of a dust off. I was careful, did not poke around too much, just blew some air, and wiped down the super dusty parts.

    When I went to turn it back on the screen will not turn on.

    Soo, I have been through it, I have checked the screen connector and it seems alright. It is a bit loose and easy to pull out but is seated. Is this normal?

    I have hooked it up to an external monitor and I get no output as well.

    I have pulled the battery and let it sit for a bit.
    I reset the CMOS using a pin.
    I checked the screen connector on the screen and it seems absolutely fine.

    The computer turns on, keyboard lights up and responds to light brightness up and down. But no screen.

    Soo I am scratching my head here.

    Any ideas would be sooo appreciated!
     
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  3. CuttingEdge_

    CuttingEdge_ Notebook Enthusiast

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    With my one and half month of experience , I have similar problem at first day. When I selected the XMP 1 profile in memory overclock and reboot, system restarted and there was no screen. Nothing but black screen. Keyboard lights were working and turbo fan button was working. Then I removed my M2 SSD and system opened. Then I shut down system again and put SSD back. System started normally.
    Maybe it is so dumb way but worked for me.
     
  4. aaronne

    aaronne Notebook Evangelist

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    here is mine, slightly different, but I noted that sometimes this change is related to driver version (i'm on notebook 388.00 win7x64) other than the "silicon lottery"

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    and here my 150W vBios from EUROCOM (thats different from standard 150W from MSI), with this my gpu top at 74°c at 21°c ambient temp with MSI silent on "Base" two notch down from max, icd7 on gpu die.

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    saturnotaku Notebook Prophet

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    @aaronne - OK, I see what you did with the fans. Thanks for posting that.
     
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    Well my GTX1070 at 2Ghz draws max 1,063V in Battlefield 1 and max temp is 69 C
     

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    Thanks for the advice, unfortunately it did not work for me.

    Reading through this thread I found some info saying that if NUM LOCK does not work then it is not booting. Which would mean its not the LCD right?

    Whats the correct fix for a non posting device?

    Do I have to do a master reset and pull the CMOS battery?

    Thanks for the help!
     
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    Is system restarting after a time around 1 or 2 mins ? Or it stays like a long time ?For me it was restarting after 1 min and was staying black screen again.
     
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    hfm Notebook Virtuoso

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    Yeah, this definitely leads me to believe I have either poor TIM effectiveness or poor heatsink contact.
     
  10. shawnrichman

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    It will just stay powered on for as long as I let it. Will not restart.
     
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