MSI GT73VR 7RF Titan Pro-425 Review By Phoenix

Discussion in 'MSI Reviews & Owners' Lounges' started by Phoenix, Feb 9, 2017.

  1. Bullzz

    Bullzz Notebook Enthusiast

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    i love you all i was #395 with very instable temps.

    i changed wlp to 0.5 mm from amazon and used liquid metal from grizzly

    3 times cinebench
    before 3333 rpm @ 83 grad max temp
    now 2050 rpm @ 68 grad max temp

    4x3.8 ghz @ -100mv Vcore

    very happy now :) still 5 decrease grad celsius between the cores but i can life with that now.

    the only thing is that my perfomacne is now lower .. before 800 points now 700 ... :/ why can this be ?
     

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  2. Kevin@GenTechPC

    Kevin@GenTechPC Company Representative

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    Well done man. :)
    Try increasing the Vcore gradually and benchmark it again.
     
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  3. Falkentyne

    Falkentyne Notebook Virtuoso

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    Those are nice temp results, but why didn't you use any protection around the CPU?
    The absolute MINIMUM protection you need is to either coat the exposed silver traces around the CPU, with transparent nail polish, or Super 33+ tape.
    Most people use super 33+.

    You should be using this at the BARE MINIMUM.
    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00004WCCL/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

    This is a bit of a thread jack but still....

    And god, making me look at that convex heatsink makes me cringe.
    Need to be a man and do this:

    20180331_104733_HDR2.jpg

    Then you can get results like this:
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  4. Bullzz

    Bullzz Notebook Enthusiast

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    @Falkentyne i was so stupid and took the the false grizzly ... i dont want to use the liquit metal .. next time i will make it your way

    my points are now 820 ... seem i had a windows update in the background. Now i test mit more vcore and clock :)
     
  5. Papusan

    Papusan JOKEBOOKS = That sucks!! STAHP! Dont buy FILTH...

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    I have tested your beloved OpenGL benchmark with stock clocked Gtx980. I even run it twice, for you bruh:eek: And I hope you can finally fall in place, understand this benchmark ain't worth a single penny and shouldn't be used in your tests. You will only be darn angry knowing your Gtx1080 being beaten by previous gen 80/100w Nvidia graphics:cool:

    OpenGL bench from 970M - Notebookcheck.net
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    OpenGL bench from 980M Notebookcheck.net database
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    48x and stock clocked Gtx980
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    Edit. See also this Crippled OpenGl score from gtx1080. Learn how to swim by your best tech friend, the Great Pooopusan

    [​IMG]
     
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  6. nader_rizk2003

    nader_rizk2003 Notebook Consultant

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    I am getting 2x of the samsung 970 Evo 2TB. just want to ask in Raid settings, i create 1 partition of total space and partition it while installing windows OR in the Bios settings i devide it in 2 partitions 1 for windows and one for storage?. i wish i could explain good :) thank you
     
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  7. Vasudev

    Vasudev Notebook Prophet

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    I think @Phoenix can help you in providing his experience on RAID setup using IRST and stripe sizes.
    Phoenix do you have Towing service as well? I'm seeing one with similar profile picture minus the Phoenix picture of course!
     
  8. Phoenix

    Phoenix Super Tweaker

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    Create 1 RAID Array in the BIOS and name it Super RAID 4, then ensure that the stripe size is 128K which is the best for NVMe SSDs since they write data blocks in 64K and when you do 2 of them, 64x2 that's 128K. That's straight from MSI Tech Support.

    Now, in Windows, you will have an unallocated diskspace, create a new partition

    Let's say you want 200 GB for C: to install the OS and leave the remaining space later to create a D partition which will contain your games and personal files

    So you would do 200.1 x 1024 because if you do 200 x 1024 without the 0.1 your partition may end up like 199.9 GB

    so 200.1 x 1024 = 204,902.4

    Then add 565 MB since those will be the little system partititions preceeding C: like recovery / system

    so 204,902.4 + 565 = 205, 467.4

    now let's round it up, so your C: partition would be 205468 to get an exact 200GB Partition in Windows

    Be a perfectionist...be like Phoenix... [​IMG]

    Your OT posts are intolerable and plain annoying! STOP! [​IMG] [​IMG]

    If you like to post OT stuff, then feel free to do so here: Off Topic
     
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  9. nader_rizk2003

    nader_rizk2003 Notebook Consultant

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    Thank you so much for detailed explanation. my honor just to try to be like Phoenix.
     
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