[Official] Questions for the MSI Rep!

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  1. zizimonzter

    zizimonzter Notebook Consultant

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    If it's the PSU then the problem could be solve just by buying/using higher W PSU and i'm already looking at some 180W PSU. If it's the BIOS, i'm relying this on Geno/MSI hope they can fix it.
     
  2. Kevin@GenTechPC

    Kevin@GenTechPC Company Representative

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    Nahimic is a software feature but could be limited by machine through BIOS.
    Driver update won't be ready until Win10 is released, however there's no confirmed news from MSI.
     
  3. ZerockX

    ZerockX Notebook Consultant

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    Sound Blaster Cinema 2 is hardware-based (a chip inside), so am i right thinking SBC2 is better than Nahimic since Nahimic is just software-based?
     
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  4. Kevin@GenTechPC

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    It's software, not hardware-based.
     
  5. jonnycig

    jonnycig Newbie

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    Hello, I have a question for anyone who might know. I have a neuro-ophthalmological disorder that makes looking at modern LEDs and CCFL lighting physically painful, and often is accompanied by feelings of vertigo, migrane, or motion sickness.


    I recently read Anandtech’s review of the newly refreshed GT80 Titan, and I noticed the inclusion of both in-depth color temperature and general color controls, plus the addition of an anti or low, blue light mode.


    Sadly the Titan does not have G-sync, which I understand comes with a standard 75hz screen. However, with the SLI’d GTX 980m’s general FPS should be high enough, and smooth enough that I won’t have any problems. As jittery, juttery, and unsmooth frame rates also cause me trouble due to highly sensitive eyes and apparently oddly wired brain.


    I was wondering however if the newly release GT72 Dominator Pro G might also have all the Color temp, settings, and low blue light mode that the Titan seems to come equipped with.


    The Low blue light, and in depth color temp settings are extremely attractive. Sadly, without the G-Sync, the Titan isn’t an instant buy, where it otherwise would be. I assume this has to do with nobody making an 18 inch 75hz IPS screen. Still, the Pro G seems like it could be an adequate trade off.


    Thanks to anyone who answers. You have no idea how much I appreciate it.
     
  6. Legion343

    Legion343 Notebook Consultant

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    MSI you should build 15,6 GT with G-sync and manual graphic switch from GT72, 35-40mm thick or even less...
    You are after new tech so maybe you will be interested in this Coolchip tech
     
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  7. ZerockX

    ZerockX Notebook Consultant

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    Thanks Kevin, but is there a chance you're mistaken?
    On the MSI page it says:
    "Sound Blaster Cinema version is exclusive on certain models. Please download the installation file from the MSI global website’s download page of your model."
    That means not all models have Creative's chip.
    Nahimic don't have this note because it's simply a software.
    Much appreciate if someone can help make it clear.
     
  8. mason2smart

    mason2smart Notebook Virtuoso

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    Does anyone know the expected release date for the Gt80 with the skylake chipset?
     
  9. Kevin@GenTechPC

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    It's installable on certified hardware, but it's a Realtek chip which is not a Creative Labs chip. Basically, it's a software-based modification so your experience in audio will be better than stock.
     
  10. ZerockX

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    Oh, i got it. Thanks Kevin. So between Nahimic and SBC, what should i get?
     
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