MSI GT75 TITAN Drivers

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  1. Phoenix

    Phoenix Super Tweaker

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    and the OP has Killer 1550 WLAN Driver v20.50.0.4 which is newer. Killer AC1550 and Intel driver is the exact same
     
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    asm1 Notebook Consultant

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    Because intel and killer are now holding hands? yeah....
     
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    Unfortunately...... The worst decision Killer ever made was to partner with Intel and use their crappy range WLAN cards.

    Killer should change their name to pussy cat now they are no longer a killer

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    IRST v16.0.1.1018 vs IRST v16.0.2.1086

    Cache Mode = Write Back

    IRST v16.0.1.1018

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    IRST v16.0.2.1086

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    Aquantia LAN Driver updated to v2.1.001.01
     
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    Realtek Audio Driver updated to v6.0.1.8387
     
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    GT75 Titan 8RG EC Firmware updated to v17A3EMS1.101
     
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    New BIOS E17A3IMS.10A for the GT75 8RF / GT75 8RG that fixes GSYNC not working for some models

    Note: Make sure your laptop is connected via the AC Adapter before proceeding

    1) Download E17A3IMS.10A

    2) Right click on the ZIP file, then go to properties, and make sure it doesn't say the file is blocked at the bottom right

    3) Extract that file by right clicking on it and choosing Extract Here, then go into the E17A3IMS.10A folder

    4) Place the E17A3IMS.10A file (not the folder itself) on a FAT32 formatted USB stick

    5) Reboot your laptop and go into BIOS by spamming the Delete key

    6) Go the 2nd tab in the BIOS (Advanced)

    7) Scroll to the end and hit UEFI BIOS Update

    8) Select UEFI BIOS Update again in the next screen

    9) You will now see a number of drives, keep selecting them one after the other until you find the USB Flash Disk. you would know it is the USB Flash Disk because it will have the E17A3IMS.10A in it

    10) Select Yes to confirm the BIOS Flashing

    11) Your laptop will now power off then power on automatically

    12) Now select Proceed with flash update

    13) Wait till the BIOS Flashing is complete. Your system will power on/off a few times and you will only see a black screen. Do not panic and DO NOT manually power off your machine otherwise you will brick your system! Keep waiting until you see the MSI Logo and quickly hit delete to enter BIOS

    14) Your BIOS Settings have now been restored back to default so make sure you change the boot mode from AHCI to RAID if you had Windows installed on a RAID setup previously.
     
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    So MSI is still allowing people to manually unlock menus with AMIBCP 5.0.2 (not 5.0.1) by keeping Bios Guard disabled, huh? @Prema

    biosguard.jpg And what is this spahgetti code?
    20 copies of the same freaking menu??
    extraoptions.jpg

    Looks like you can still disable TERMINAL VELOCITY BOOST too.
    tvb_gt75.jpg

    ....as well as the classic MSI VID BOOSTING on static voltages.....
    gt75_vidboost.jpg
     
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    how about enabling switchable graphics? does it look possible through the bios?
     
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