MSI GT75 TITAN Drivers

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  1. itaylor57

    itaylor57 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Good for you. It fails to run for me which sucks hosewater.
     
  2. Phoenix

    Phoenix Super Tweaker

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    MSI GT75 Titan 8RG EC Firmware updated to 17A3EMS1.100

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  3. JeanLegi

    JeanLegi Notebook Consultant

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    Did you try to install it with the setup_g.exe in the export folder? or with the setup.exe?
     
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    I tried with the setup.exe

    Edit: setup_G.exe worked
     
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    go into the folder "export" and use the setup_G.exe for installation this worked for me.
     
  6. Phoenix

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    yeah it worked for me and it runs fine but I think we shouldn't use it, see it shows 6 cores, this really is only meant for the 8th gen CPUs:

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    I personally don't like the Dragon Center especially not on the 7th Gen CPUs because Dragon Center limits you to a max overclock of 4.1 GHz only whereas I can do 44 GHz on all cores just fine without the Dragon Center AND it keeps resetting the VR Current Limit to auto which causes CPU Throttling. You need the VR Current limit anywhere between 100A to 200A depending on the overclock to prevent throttling.
     
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    JeanLegi Notebook Consultant

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    that's the reason i removed it yesterday after looking what is new in DC 2.
    And after some OC lessons with bro @Falkentyne i will never use DC again.. NEVER....
     
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    Ditto!
     
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  9. Ginerashon

    Ginerashon Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hello all,

    @Phoenix - I probably don't have too much time to pencil in a one on one session. Having a baby, jee wilickers. This is the first time since last Tuesday night that I've been on any computer. Life is nuts right now. I was tying to find the information you post for your recommended settings that I can go through, and maybe if I get stuck or if there is more you do in your one on one session we can try and figure out something, sorry about my availability.

    I tried to search for your post in a few threads but was unable to find it.

    Also, anyone aware of some entry level overclocking for this particular 7th gen laptop and 1080 GPU? ---I basically have 0 idea what to do and don't want to blow my laptop up.

    Thanks all!
     
  10. itaylor57

    itaylor57 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Well I reinstalled from scratch so I am back running.
     
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