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

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  1. seanwee

    seanwee Notebook Evangelist

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    Here you go.
     

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    I'm looking to do a RAM upgrade to my GS75 (2070, 9750H). I was looking at 16x2 32GB kits, and can't decide which one will perform better for the money.

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    These are the two kits I'm debating between. Is it worth the extra 10 bucks to get CL16 vs CL19? Will this laptop even accept these kits to run at 2666Mhz? Thanks for any input in advance!!!
     
  3. specialist7

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    Thats if you're lazy and just want to XMP it. Yes they will run at 2666MHz thats the default cpu specification. Now can it run faster? of course!

    Now if you're a tweaker like some of us you can just get some Samsung C or B dies and overclock them yourself. I had the stock Samsung C die that came with my GS65 run at CL18 3200, while my B die 32gb kit also ran at CL18 3200 but thats up to you. Some people just get the branded ones with XMP tables for ease but at a slightly lower performance.
     
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    I'm probably not gonna OC the ram. Just gonna let it XMP itself. After looking around and doing some more research, it doesn't seem like the higher latency is really going to make much of a difference.
     
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    Overclocking the ram will give a sizeable boost to performance so I'd say give it a shot.
     
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    I've got allot of homework to do then haha. I know about CPU overclocking, but haven't really tweaked RAM. I'm guessing those two that I was deciding between probably isn't a good candidate for being OC'd. I'll look into the Samsung memory as mentioned.
     
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    Rather than playing around in the OC menu, if I just XMP this memory; it should be stable at 3200Mhz right?
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    Yes
     
  9. YoungStarDC

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    Just noticed a weird thing with the keyboard backlights. Two keys (5 and Print Screen) are purple when I set all keys to white. When I turn all keys to green, it seems like're just off. Is this a defect or fixable? When I set everything to red, for example, they are all the same. :confused:
     
  10. klopez0017

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    Try blue color and green color

    It seems your LED backlight is broken. @.@

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