Presenting the All-New Intel 10th Gen MSI "GS66"!

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  1. werdmonkey4321

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    Something interesting to note is that my Firestrike scores tend to be higher in MSHybrid graphics mode(~23500+ Firestrike graphics) than in Discrete graphics mode(~22000 Firestrike graphics). Not really sure why this is the case but just something to note.
     
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    That's impressive....i still dont have the balls to do it...but im mighty impressed
     
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    Also if you guys want better airflow for your GS66, or for that matter any laptop with low clearance on the bottom, you can use Sugru to shape feet with higher clearance to use.

    https://sugru.com/

    There are DIY recipes, but I have not personally tried those. Here are some pics of the feet I made for my GS66. It gives me about 1cm of clearance on the bottom compared to the 0.4-0.5mm(back feet) and 0.3-0.4mm(front feet) clearance it had before.

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    Just leaving pictures of the VRMs and Mosfets for future reference. 20200906_170311.jpg 20200906_170434.jpg 20200906_170423.jpg 20200906_170353.jpg 20200906_170411.jpg
     
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    Officially broke 20000+ overall score and 24000+ graphics score in Firestrike. Highest score on the leaderboards for the RTX 2070 Super Max-Q.

    GS66 Stealth

    Specs:
    CPU - i7-10750H (undervolted -215.7mv Core, -107.4 cache)
    GPU - RTX 2070 Super Max-Q shunt modded to 115-125W and overclocked
    Ram - 32gb 2666MHz dual channel (stock)

    Upgrades:
    CPU/GPU - repasted with Thermalright Liquid Metal Silver King
    VRMs/Nand - repasted with K5 pro
    VRMs - 2 extra heatpipes for cooling

    Official Score:
    https://www.3dmark.com/fs/23446724

    Leaderboards:
    https://www.3dmark.com/newsearch#ad...de=false&showInvalidResults=false&freeParams= Capture2.PNG
     
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    @werdmonkey4321 just out of curiosity, what is the red stuff you used to isolate the GPU for the liquid metal?
     
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    Its just liquid electrical tape. I used Star Brite liquid electrical tape I got from Homedepot.

    https://www.homedepot.com/p/Star-Brite-4-oz-Liquid-Electrical-Tape-Red-084105N/206513457

    I used it to protect the capacitors around the GPU die. I also used a barrier made from K5 pro to seal up the area around the GPU. I may have gotten a bit overzealous with my use of the K5 pro. XD

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    Lol Super high profile with all the white stuff, awesome.
     
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    I now have the highest Time Spy graphics and overall score in the world for the RTX 2070 Super Max-Q. There is still a lot of room left to overclock the card, but I think I can just leave it here now that I have the highest score worldwide for both Fire Strike and Time Spy. I'll leave a little bit of room to play around with later on when I get the overclocking itch.

    GS66 Stealth

    Specs:
    CPU - i7-10750H (undervolted -215.7mv Core, -107.4 cache)
    GPU - RTX 2070 Super Max-Q shunt modded to 115-125W and overclocked
    Ram - 32gb 2666MHz dual channel (stock)

    Upgrades:
    CPU/GPU - repasted with Thermalright Liquid Metal Silver King
    VRMs/Nand - repasted with K5 pro
    VRMs - 2 extra heatpipes for cooling

    Official Score:
    https://www.3dmark.com/spy/13807293

    Leaderboards:
    https://www.3dmark.com/newsearch#ad...de=false&showInvalidResults=false&freeParams=
    Capture3.PNG
     
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