Presenting the All-New Intel 10th Gen MSI "GE66"!

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  1. Kildar

    Kildar Notebook Enthusiast

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    I don't know how to get it to post a picture, but I've attached the results.

    It shows an overall score of 18746.
     

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    Kildar Notebook Enthusiast

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    eurodj101 Notebook Evangelist

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    that 22k grapgihc score is nice
     
  4. Kildar

    Kildar Notebook Enthusiast

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    I ran it again without any other benchmarks or stress tests running in the background. Got just slightly higher score with this being the only program running. This is all at stock settings.
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  5. seanwee

    seanwee Father of laptop shunt modding

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    Thats a pretty impressive score, thats about the same score as my 2080 Max-q (90W) after a +160 core and +800 memory overclock.

    Now to overclock your 2070 super and see how high it scores.
     
  6. Kevin

    Kevin Egregious

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    I expected the graphics score to be a bit closer to my RTX 2080 tbh. I can get somewhere around 25k to 26k at stock, depending on the driver.

    The 2070 Super needs more voltage. 115W is too restrictive for such a card.

    I do wonder how well it will overclock.
     
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    seanwee Father of laptop shunt modding

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    That's exactly how I expected it to perform due to the power limits stating the same.
     
  8. eurodj101

    eurodj101 Notebook Evangelist

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    I think it’s fast as hell....hopefully the mq variant gets. 90w iOS we can flash at some point, 80w is too little for it
     
  9. captaincranium

    captaincranium Notebook Consultant

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    Okay i just wanted to piggy back on some of Kildars posts with my quick experiences with Firestrike and Timespy

    The only thing I did was reinstall Windows 10 with a clean install and then go through and clean up windows with the suggestions under Tips & Tricks in with Windows forum which i always do. Otherwise, everything else was completely stock

    My Firestrike score with "Balanced" profile and auto fans is 19196. Me GPU temp max was 66 which was great. My Processors cores were all over the place with some core temps being maxed around 80 and other cores above 90 (see screenshots). Some processor core temps 10-14 degrees difference under max load temps and Core 4 thermal throttled. Under normal and average temps all the cores were within 2-3 degrees of each other but would like to be consistent like that when processor is under load too. I just figure a good repast would help that and hopefully even out the Processor Core temps under load
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    I ran Firestrike again with Cooler Boost enable this time. Actually surprised by the difference in temps in made. My firestrike score was 19293 and my GPU Temp max was 59. 7 degree drop. The big difference was my intel Core temps. The still did fluctuate at max temps anywhere between 7-10 degrees of each other BUT the MAX temp reached on a single core was 84 degrees. The lowest was 71 (!!). There was NO thermal throttling at all and that pesky Core 4 dropped the most.
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