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

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  1. klGE66

    klGE66 Notebook Guru

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    Damn most I could get up to was 145 core and that was awhile back when I could still adjust core voltage.I think a driver update disabled it because now it just resets soon as I hit apply and when I do it with precision x1 its not making any difference in stability like it used to so I think it got disabled in the past month or 2.I been meaning to roll back to see if it works again.

    And undervolting is definitely worth it with the max q cards so the clock isn't bouncing all over the place.Instead of one flat line I start at like 1650mhz/731mv and flatten it for a couple points then go up some more flatten it again a couple more times til I level it off at the highest frequency I can get stable at .950mv.
    I got more of a bent stair case then a curve lol.
    If anyone got anything I can do to improve this i'm all ears.
     
  2. klGE66

    klGE66 Notebook Guru

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    Have you seen this 100w 2080 super max q vbios?Check out this thread.....http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/razer-blade-pro-17-2080-max-q-vbios.829747/

    Now my question is since Im using the 90w original vbios but am able to boost up to 105w+ with dynamic boost enabled if I went and flashed this 100w vbios over my 90w would I still be able to enable dynamic boost so it can draw even more power (possibly 115-120w+or do you think it would be stuck at just 100w and dynamic boost would be removed from nividia control panel?

    I always thought 90w was the max the 2080 super max q went up to..If I can find a link to the 100w im gonna go ahead and flash it and report back.
     
  3. barcastaff

    barcastaff Newbie

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    I wonder do you have the GPU-Z page of your GE66? I'm thinking of flashing the vBIOS to my laptop but I'm worried about device ID mismatch so I just want to make sure
     
  4. klGE66

    klGE66 Notebook Guru

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    Yea i gave it to someone else in this thread I think.He posted it off google drive a few pages back.This is the device id-
    10DE 1E93-1462 12B4
     
  5. Svegetto

    Svegetto Notebook Evangelist

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    Wait, you have dynamic boost working on the GS66? How?
     
  6. nyichiban

    nyichiban Notebook Consultant

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    Like his name implies he has the GE66 not the GS66. I was able to get the vbios from his GE66 and put it on my GS66. It did give me better performance but ultimately I did a shunt mod on my GS66 with R003 resistors and it does have the highest Timespy score for a GS66 laptop.
     
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  7. klGE66

    klGE66 Notebook Guru

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    I noticed that dynamic boost is connected to a driver called Nvidia platform controller/framework or something like that lol..I'll get the exact name later but you can find it in device manager under software devices...I had trouble getting dynamic boost to show back up in the NvCp until I found and updated that driver tucked away..I might of had to show hidden devices to see it...
    But regardless I wanted to share for the chance anyone that flashed to the Ge66. Vbios might be able to get it to work on there GS66 or whatever model...I know nvidia said it's coded into the specific model but it's still worth a shot..That extra 15w of power really comes through in both benchmarks and games...Id say at 100% GPU load it's about 130-150Mhz core clock difference.
     
  8. xLima

    xLima Notebook Evangelist

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    While I can't speak specifically to your device, when I flashed a 90W on my 80W gs65 I was able to pull over 90W on occassion.

    Sent from my BLA-L09 using Tapatalk
     
  9. klGE66

    klGE66 Notebook Guru

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    I've noticed that most GPU's will have spikes over there set power limit regardless.There's times when gaming I'll see my OSD or HwInfo report all the way up to 148w gpu power.Those are only spikes though It never holds past the set limits for more then a couple seconds before throttling down...All that power doesn't do any good anyway if it doesn't go to the core anyway...
    I gave up on flashing a higher power vbios for now anyway haha...I'm to burnt out to keep up with all these different but really similar named GPU's i'll probably flash a completely different product with how wrapped up I get in this.

    And this is the driver I know is connected to dynamic boost..The option for it would not show up in NvCpl until I updated/installed this-
    NVIDIA Platform Controllers and Framework...Driver version-27.21.14.5645....Provided by Nvidia and Signed with Microsoft Windows Hardware Compatibility Publisher....File named nvpcf.sys
     
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  10. FL3XD

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    I have interesting find/issue on my GS66. I have tested this many ways and I can't figure it out.
    When my laptop is tilted up vertical, ONLY when the CPU or GPU is underload, there is a strange dripping like noise that is high pitched. I thought originally it must be a fan. However, I dont think so. I can put the laptop in a vertical position and turns the fans on turbo running @ 6500 RPMS and the dripping noise isnt there. I can run TS Bench on ThrottleStop and I hear the noise immediately. Even with the fans off. I noticed this noise back in April when I got the laptop. I have repasted multiple times and put K5 Pro on all the VRAM and Voltage regs for the GPU. I havent seen anything weird that would be making this noise.

    Does anyone have an idea. At this point it is such a mystery to me I just want to know what it is. I only care because I want to make sure it isnt harmful..as I would like to use a vertical laptop stand when plugged into external monitors.
     
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