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  1. jrwingate6

    jrwingate6 Notebook Deity

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    Just trying to give some people another option to look at.

    If you're interested in a laptop the size of the Raider, check out the Eluktronics Mech 17. The thermals on this chassis are insanely good for something this size.

    You can get one with a 1tb SSD 16gb Dual Channel and a 2070 for $1900.

    Side note. The speakers aren't anywhere near as good as the Raider.

    Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
     
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    vidaporvida_ Notebook Geek

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    Yes I can give u my settings, I have some records of the best scores and FPS ingame around with a RTX 2070.
    But keep in mind im using dual channel.

    If u wanna, here is it. I locked mine

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    It does help if u repast ur laptop. Even with LM u need to undervolte.

    Yes RTX 2080 needs 320W so the 280W will limit ur power alote!
     
  3. Failwyn

    Failwyn Notebook Enthusiast

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    Yes, if I close all explorer windows and restart the process, it's fine for a while, but eventually goes back up; It's definitely a Windows problem, not MSI, but I haven't found a solution yet.
     
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  4. msbtt

    msbtt Newbie

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    Actually it's an easy fix. I had the same problem and was about to do a clean install. I searched this threat and found that you need to uninstall the Optane Pinning Extension under Add or Remove Programs. It fixed the issue instantly. Reboot after you uninstall it and you should be good. Give it a try.
     
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    thefatapple Notebook Geek

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    anyone getting very unstable frametime spikes with silent option? basically, after a while frametimes become incredibly unstable and restarting silent option fixes it. tested games: apex, overwatch, csgo

    edit: the problem doesnt even appear by closing silent option and not using it at all before gaming
     
  6. Kennypc1026

    Kennypc1026 Notebook Guru

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    Recently I’m having some BSOD due to some aggressive downvoltage.

    The problem is that my laptop wont boot after crash (freeze in MSI Startup screen), even I use the tiny hole at the back of the laptop.

    Only solution to unfreeze my laptop would be open up the laptop, remove the nvme ssd I added and restart the computer. Everything would be fine after that, even I plug back my nvme ssd.

    Anyone has any idea on this issue?

    Thanks!
     
  7. Ananassi

    Ananassi Notebook Enthusiast

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    My temps for CPU and GPU are currently around 80C with the highest loads. I'm pretty happy with that, but they keyboard tends to get pretty hot. Is that normal on new generation laptops with hardware this powerful? I know that repasting would lower temps of the GPU and CPU, but would that help with the keyboard as well or is the heat coming from the heatsinks?
     
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    Kennypc1026 Notebook Guru

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    I’m gonna sell my GE75 because of it.

    I’ve opened the laptop three times in order to remove the nvme ssd to get the laptop restart properly.

    Too annoying to get the laptop freeze because of software issue which require a hardware fixing.
     
  9. Oneniquex

    Oneniquex Newbie

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    The only quick fix is to disable quick boot and enable UEFI with CSM
     
  10. Failwyn

    Failwyn Notebook Enthusiast

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    Thank you for this!! Googling the issue had me searching for exe's with corrupted icons...

    Does anyone else have a flood of WHEA-Logger errors in event viewer (pointing to the Killer Gigabit Network card)? I tried uninstalling it and resinstalling the drivers directly from killernetworking.com, but I'm still logging 50 errors per second...

    A corrected hardware error has occurred.
    Component: PCI Express Root Port
    Error Source: Advanced Error Reporting (PCI Express)
    Bus - Device:Function: 0x0:0x1D:0x0
    Vendor ID - Device ID: 0x8086:0xA336
    Class Code: 0x30400

    Also, does anyone else get a BSOD using the Netflix windows app?
     
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