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  1. nobilitas

    nobilitas Notebook Enthusiast

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    Yes all laptops have temperature problems. But I do not think that all Windows computers are equal. I read a lot review on notebookcheck . I have found that clevo tongkang are poorly rated for temperature and audio
     
  2. seanwee

    seanwee Notebook Deity

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    No, they are definitely not equal. However, even those with average cooling can be vastly improved with a repaste.

    Audio wise I don't really care since I always tune the speakers myself. Stock settings are always garbage.
     
  3. low9

    low9 Notebook Consultant

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    Hi everyone,

    It's been a week that i bought this laptop. Repaste, bios mod, -140mv on 9750h and +145/+700 on GPU, it's running really great.

    I really don't like MSI Dragon Center. I always uninstall it. But I often use my laptop in dark environnement. I was sad to loose the lightings in USB ports

    That's why I wrote a small programm to control the usb lights without Dragon Center.

    Warning :
    - I tried it on the MSI GE75 9SG. It should (!) be okay with other GE75 but i'm not responsible.
    - You need RW everything installed in "C:\Program Files\RW-Everything"

    https://www.mediafire.com/file/zb9rcr66agus157/USB_Light_control.exe/file

    Source code is available if you want it (c#)
     
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  4. kill4l

    kill4l Notebook Guru

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    thank you for this useful program :) i tested on my GE73VR 8RF and it works :) all modes are working properly
     
  5. Kevin@GenTechPC

    Kevin@GenTechPC Company Representative

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    Impressive, thank you. :)
     
  6. low9

    low9 Notebook Consultant

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    I'm glad if it helps some of you :)
     
  7. awsan

    awsan Notebook Consultant

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    @seanwee Sorry for the late reply but here are ram settings
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    Still gonna tweak it a bit either go down to 1.2v or will try to get it tighter @1.35 or lower

    And if you can share which dolby driver you used and if it needs any special installation instructions.

    Thanks
     
    Last edited: Sep 6, 2019
  8. Hosom

    Hosom Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hey owners! I would like to ask your opinion:

    I am interested in the GE75 9SF Raider-653, the one equipped with a Core i9 9880H.

    I am not sure if to go for the 2070 or the 2080 model.

    HIDevolution sells both models! But the 2080 one costs 500$ more. Do it actually performs any better?

    If i buy it i would repaste it on HIDevolution with liquid metal, of course. I don't think it would be usable otherwise.


    P.s. do you know anything about MSI warranty? is it global? is it safe for me to buy a Raider from HIDevolution if i am from italy?
     
  9. Valiran

    Valiran Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hello all!

    I receive my Ge75 9SG tomorrow, and I wonder how to remove the plastic plate under the screen?
    One of my friend have a GE75 9SF and while removing it for repasting, he broke ALL the plastic hooks, resulting in this plastic part don't stay in place, he use black duct tape to maintain it..

    And, I don't want to break anything, so if one could tell step by step how to remove this specific part, with no breaks, that will be great :D
     
  10. seanwee

    seanwee Notebook Deity

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    Guide is here
    http://trickstertech.blogspot.com/2016/12/how-to-install-dolby-digital-audio-on.html?m=1

    Tried the settings, doesn't work for me. Do let me know how high you get it.
     
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