*** The Official 2019 MSI GS65 Stealth with RTX GPUs Owners and Discussions Lounge ***

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  1. kshnandi

    kshnandi Notebook Consultant

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    Not really. That is a very standard 2060 performance. Mine does slightly better. Folks like @xLima are the one who have extraordinary numbers.
     
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    I didn't mention in that post but I did further up the thread that this with my GTX 1660 ti model. Competitive with 2060 performance is great for a laptop I got for around $480 cheaper than the cheapest 2060 equipped model at the time :D.
     
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    Nice results and even better price.

    In regards to me scores it took a lot of hours and tweaks. My highest Cinebench R20 is 3000, but I have only been able to hit that once with the 8750H. As far as GPU scores, I had to flash 90w VBIOS.

    I did IMON Tweak, ICCMAX, AC/DC Loadline, Native ASPM and ASPM off, UV is only -68 due to other mod, RAM is just around 3100 MHz (with mismatching RAM- ADATA and Kinston ValueRAM). Custom power plan, SGX disabled and I am sure I missed a few others.

    So just consider all the mods when trying to compare benchmarks.


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  4. kshnandi

    kshnandi Notebook Consultant

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    Well, thats a deal!
     
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    Orangeclock89 Notebook Enthusiast

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    What is Native ASPM? I have ASPM disabled in Advance BIOS under PEG PORT
    Did you try the Razer 90w BIOS to check if the minidp works?

    Thanks!
     
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    Kevin@GenTechPC Company Representative

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    xLima Notebook Evangelist

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    There is 2 areas in the BIOS where ASPM shows up. This may have been changed since more recent bios updates.

    One is PEG0 and i forget where the other is.

    Regarding the minidp, I have not tried but one user fixed his miniDP with razer 90W on the RTX2070 version.



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    thefatapple Notebook Geek

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    I found one in advanced > RC ACPI but it was off by default (ge75)
     
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    I had a question for you folks. The 2060 is pretty much just power limited in my opinion. It is the sole reason why the 1660Ti is within catching range despite the lower count in Cuda cores. It's Cuda cores are simply juiced a lot more than that of the 2060s. However, in the GS65, the 2060 runs incredibly cool. For me, it averages at around 72-73 at full load with peaks at 75-76. I know @xLima has tried the 90W version, but has anyone tried to put in a higher modded vbios for their 2060? a 115W or something? Or a desktop 2060 vbios with power limit to 100+ watts?
     
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    maverickar15 Notebook Consultant

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    Is that 2060 with undervolt or stock? My 1660Ti will go up to 77C stock fully loaded stock but ~72C when I undervolt it running on max stock boost MHz (1590 MHz and no cooler boost)
    Both are 2060 / 1660Ti are throttled to 80W so I'd think the heat dissipation would be similar.

    I bought my 1660Ti version with 16GB RAM from Best Buy when they had the sale at $1399 but recently they reduced the pricing on the 2060 version (with 32GB RAM too) so it is only $200 more than the 1660Ti/16GB regular price. I think $200 more is definitely worth it for 2060 / 32GB combo. Too bad they do this right after my returning period ended.

    By the way, Best Buy is currently running sale on 2060 RTX/32GB version for $1699 right now if anyone is interested. ($200 off, was $1,899) Without any discount, it is the same price as 1660Ti/16GB so no brain-er to go for 2060!
     
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