MSI GS43VR Phantom Pro's Owner's Lounge

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  1. abdul.ahmadi

    abdul.ahmadi Notebook Enthusiast

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    you should check the options in Dragon center. you should select the turbo or sport under system setting so the gpu will run max. i had the same problem and it fixed it.
     
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    I have MSI GS43VR with GTX 1060 6GB. I played fortnite for 3 hours and my GPU was hitting 94C and CPU was hitting around 90C. I elevated the back of the laptop a little bit for airflow but didn't help. I set the fan to cooler boost and it didnt drop the temps. My question is are these temps normal? or should i send it for repair?
     
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    They are not providing this information.
     
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    Turbo is selected.Is there possibility that my gpu isn't working completely?
     
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    Isn't the Sabre Dac a "Hifi board"?
    Because some models just completely omit it, even though the same motherboard is used (depending on region/chipset).

    Here's a picture of the hifi board at 7:20+

     
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    did you check the temps while gaming? maybe it is overheating and throttling the gpu. other thing you could do is install msi afterburner and check the gpu and cpu clock speed and temps. you can also install a fresh copy of windows with fresh nvidia drivers and see if it solves the issue. i think if the gpu is bust it wouldnt run the games and crash. but that is my opinion.
     
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    I think core clock is too low[​IMG]
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  8. abdul.ahmadi

    abdul.ahmadi Notebook Enthusiast

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    cant see the pictures
     
  9. zhangirhan

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    with right click in new window, then you can see.
    By the way I solved problem. Problem was in gpu fans. The speed of fans was too slow and it can't cool the gpu. Manually increased speed and now core clock is fine. I don't know why automatically fans was so slow
     
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    glad the problem is solved. could you tell me what is your gpu temp now when you game on high fan speed?
     
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