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

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  1. seanwee

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    Yeah thats perfectly fine.

    where did you read this from?
     
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    Seems like the GPU isn't getting sufficient juice. Perhaps an unlocked EC is needed for the 90W VBIOS to function fully, which is nowhere to be found?
     
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    A thing to consider is that loadline+undervolt is a lot less stable than loadline 1. The reason is that the dynamic voltage might reduce a bit too much at lower loads, resulting in unstable undervolt.

    That being said, I use loadline 1 AND undervolt. My voltage is usually 1.15v. I know I can go further down, but I haven't done so.
     
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    Yes, that is my experience. At a loadline of 1 the voltage range was very limited so that limited the undervolt severely. At the stock 180 loadline the range was too big so a large undervolt would crash as soon as the prime 95 load is removed as the voltages would drop below what the cpu needs.

    I eventually settled on 120 loadline and a -180mv undervolt. Runs prime 95 small fft at 1.07v. Temps settle at 84C under max fan. Pretty happy with it.

    Gaming temps saw a much bigger difference since the cpu has more flexibility to run at a lower voltage when the load is light.
     
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    Thats is good info to know. I will try to see how low I can get with loadline of 1 haha. 1.07 is fantastic.
     
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    If anyone is interested in improved speaker sound quality on the GS75. I have an EQ profile you may like to try. I use Dolby home theatre v4 to apply the EQ.

    32hz +0db (no effect, speaker cant reach this low)
    64hz +0db (no effect, speaker cant reach this low)
    125hz +8db
    250hz +8db
    500hz +4db
    1khz -4db
    2khz -6db
    4khz -3db
    8khz -1db
    16khz +2db
     
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    Thanks for the info. Where and how do I install the Dolby home theater v4?
     
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    Woooow

    Thank you very much, the sound improvement is spectacular with these settings on music playback. I had to download the Dolby from another site, on the website you put I had antivirus warnings. Thanks again.
     
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