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  1. seanwee

    seanwee Notebook Evangelist

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    No it doesn't. Turbo mode just applies an overclock to the gpu but power limit is the same.

    Does it? I've never seen any extra option other than balanced and high performance in power settings.

    And I've tested cooler boost vs silent option, CB is equal to 150% in silent option.
     
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    It made one for mine. I can get an exact name and screenshot of the profile but I know it wasn't there before I ran dragon center.
     
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    It made this dinky little profile called ULTIMATE PERFORMANCE, which for the record, doesn't change my firestrike at all
     

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    seanwee Notebook Evangelist

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    What's beast mode lol.

    I've had system cleaning suites create all sorts of profiles before. Are you using any?

    Edit: Found this while searching for a beast mode power option

    https://www.howtogeek.com/368781/how-to-enable-ultimate-performance-power-plan-in-windows-10/

    Tl:dr Windows was the one that created the ultimate performance plan.
     
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    Haha I made the beast mode power option myself. That's with all the edits according to the guide posted at the beginning of this thread.

    I guess the MSI program just put it in there? I'm not sure how it got there otherwise. That's mildly confusing.

    And no I only use afterburner, throttlestop and silent fan
     
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    Something @xLima and a few others may find interesting.

    I asked a HIDEvolution rep about the pads that they use for the RTX GS65. They use .5mm, 1.0mm and 1.5mm pads.
     
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    I just replace the 1mm and 0.5mm on the gpu side with 1mm TG minus 8 pads. On the 0.5mm parts I just squish the pads to the same thickness.
     
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    I don't know whats up, but here is the deal. The RGB on my keyboard started to go bonkers for random keys. The Green just stopped working for a few keys. I went and got the keyboard replaced under warranty from the service center and yet again, today, within a month, a key has started to show the same failure of the green LED. Any of you facing this issue?
     
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    I did; however I never RMAed. I think @hackness is on his third RMAed keyboard.

    I think one theory is that extra m.2 drive's heat speeds up the process of dieing LED, mainly green.

    Sent from my BLA-L09 using Tapatalk
     
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    GS75 here, same thing. Green Led on the H-key died after a month.
     
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