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

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  1. dghazer

    dghazer Newbie

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    Awesome, thanks so much. Yeah I have just the one stick of 16, so I will consider adding that down the road.
     
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    Cerreta28 Notebook Evangelist

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    I just got my msi gs75 and I’m having an issue when playing a game my gpu goes from 1300mhz to 300mhz back and forth back and forth does any one know what to do to fix this ?
     
  3. ManuSan

    ManuSan Notebook Enthusiast

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    This weekend I found that I can stop the fans through MSI command center, meeting profile, 0 rpm. They must have included the option in the last update, I had tried it before and it didn´t work. It makes the laptop dead silent :vbthumbsup:

    I will install a 1Tb m2 SSD this week, ¿the motherboard comes with the screw? .

    ¿ Would you recommend 16-> 32gb (dual chanel) ram update for a non-intensive gamer? . My GS75 is the 2060 card one.
     
  4. seanwee

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    I have been using my self configured fan profile (advanced profile, in dragon cente) for a while now and while unplugged and doing light work (browsing & matlab) the fans are off most of the time.

    And yes, I would recommend a second stick of ram for better 1% lows for a smoother experience.
     
  5. seanwee

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    I experienced this last time because the laptop was using the igpu rather than the nvidia gpu.

    Setting default gpu to dedicated graphics should solve the problem.
     
  6. Cerreta28

    Cerreta28 Notebook Evangelist

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    It’s using the Nvidia card . I got it rubbing a little better but now it’s thermal throttling at 75c


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  7. seanwee

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    I flashed the vbios from the Razer blade Pro 17.

    And unfortunately it still caps at 90w.

    Apparently the 100w is only achievable when you max out all the performance settings in razer synapse so no improvement for the rest of us.

    Going to try the 150w vbios from Max-P laptops next
     
  8. seanwee

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    Hmm, while looking around for the 150w vbios, I noticed something odd

    This is a GPU-Z screenshot from a GE75 2080. Notice the TMU count of 245
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    The thing is, RTX 2080 gpus are supposed to only have 184 TMUs. And the 2080 super has 192 TMUs.

    Any explanation?

    The device ID is the same as my GS75 2080 Max-q - 10DE 10E9
     
  9. kill4l

    kill4l Notebook Guru

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    jany performance improvements or just number changed?
     
  10. seanwee

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    No idea
     
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