MSI GS70 Stealth Pro Theard

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  1. Wackistan

    Wackistan Notebook Enthusiast

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    Well, I didn't reverse the EC Firmware or VBIOS update (again, these were both all MSI-provided updates) for obvious reasons ;), but I killed the Afterburner custom temp. threshold and just ran everything stock and yeah, still throttling. It's not game-breaking but is still annoying.
     
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    Ohh, I see.
    Fair enough.
     
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    GentechPC,

    When you repaste the GS70 Stealth Pro do you guys repaste only the CPU and GPU, what about replacing the thermal pads?

    Thanks,
     
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    Hello everyone! I am undecided to buy the GS70 Stealth Pro or the MSI GT70-2PE8H11FD3K Gaming Notebook i7-4810MQ GTX880M SSD. I have found this 2 models respectively at 1300 and 1700 (in the latest case with a 27" inch screen). I have seen, reading this thread, that the stealth pro have problems regarding the temperatures. I couldn't find a thread for the GT70-2PE8H11FD3K. In your opinion what is the best choice? I would use it a lot for programming and playing games. The thing that I don't like a lot about the GT70-2PE8H11FD3K is that, in the site, it is wrote that the battery has just 2 hours of autonomy. I will use it overall at home and not travel with it, but in the case I need to travel for work, I would like to have a portable that last more than 2 hours (on browsing or programming at least).
     
  5. GenTechPC

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    We only repaste with GPU and CPU only not replacing thermal pads.
     
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    pr0cl1v1ty Notebook Guru

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    Happy dance! The touchpad........... has been fixed!

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    As we've all tried, the Elantech driver did nothing.
    So MSI just posted a new touchpad firmware for the entire GS lineup on their global website: MSI Global - Computer, Laptop, Notebook, Desktop, Motherboard, Graphics and more
    I flashed the firmware, rebooted, and now the touchpad is fully accurate and when I drag the cursor horizontally, the cursor moves pixel-by-pixel and no longer in a jittery zig-zag path.
    Palm recognition seems to have improved as well.

    Now the absolute last issue I have with this machine are the temperatures. :(
     
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    Yes we only repaste CPU and GPU not the thermal pads.
     
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    Has the Stealth-037 have an update too? I can't find it on there website.. :\
     
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