The NEW MSI GS75, 8th GEN Intel, NVIDIA RTX GPU with GDDR6!

Discussion in 'MSI Reviews & Owners' Lounges' started by -=$tR|k3r=-, Jan 7, 2019.

  1. Zooport

    Zooport Notebook Enthusiast

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    My GPU temps are fine from what I can tell, it's the CPU that likes to crank up to 90°
     
  2. kshnandi

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    Something is off. Usually, the GPU stays in the range 65-70C (when oced). It really has no business going all the way up to mid 80s.

    Edit: Please ignore post. I didn't read the quoted post completely.
     
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    Hi Team GS75, New annoyance for me.

    I can't remember if it was there before, but once I've installed the SSD, I get a squeak around the right hand side (near USB ports).

    I tightened it up to try and get rid of it, but no luck. It is annoying!!

    Anyone else got this experience?
     
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    What CPU and GPU temperatures are you guys getting after undervolt?
     
  5. GaryLYS

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    During Battlefield V session, I'm getting around maximum degree Celsius at 3.5ghz (-0.135mv), GPU at maximum of 77 degree Celsius with overclocking with afterburner (+100mhz core / +200 mhz memory clock) , Ambient temperature at around 26-27 degree Celsius
     
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  6. SinkyPitGuy

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    No worries. I hope you're enjoying yours! I'm so glad my wife convinced me to go with the GS75. I went back and forth a lot between that and the GS65, which I think is also an awesome laptop. But I'm really enjoying the 17" screen in such a thin and light body.
     
  7. Weaboo1917

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    What temperatures are you getting for the CPU, and how do you undervolt the GPU?
     
  8. GaryLYS

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    Sorry, I mean 85 degree max on CPU after undervolting, as for GPU, im not doing any undervolting, everything stick to stock, I gotta say the thermal performance is very good considering the thin chasis
     
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    Have you tried stress testing with Cinebench? And what fan profile are you using?
     
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    Yes, for cinebench, at 3.5ghz (-0.135mv), the temperature is around 83-85, never goes beyond 85
     
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