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  1. greninga

    greninga Notebook Evangelist

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    Man this machine u got it's a beast. Even an ge75 i7 8750 its beast so that it's awesome.all that modern cpu 6 core 8 core get high temps.that doent mean its struggle for play a game.i play modern warfare all ultra rtx on 160 frames average with i7 8750.all u have to do it's a good setup,at windows power plan nvidia panel and ofc u need undervolt it.if u are stock with no undervolt and u get 80s temp cpu this is not bad,this is really good.all laptop stock hit 95c.msi it's a little bit better at temps from others brand.u need throttlestop and undervolt with it.
     
  2. greninga

    greninga Notebook Evangelist

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    Really everything I did at my cpu,at the end I back it to default.shift speed,remove power limit all that it's not worth.i removed power limit and the only I got it was high temps.everthing I did it was 1 or 2 more frames at game.the best think we can do it's the cooling,like cooler pad ,custom bottom cover,and undervolt.the real boost it is on rams.especially at that games don't has good gpu usage with stock rams.my friends ge75 raider has 16gb single channel ram overclocked 2933. He has at modern warfare at shoot house map 110 frames. My ge75 with gskill rams 3200mhz has at same map same place,same settings 160 frames.
     
  3. greninga

    greninga Notebook Evangelist

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    View attachment 180835 This is my friends ge75.u can see the issue of ram.74% gpu usage and that mean 107 frames.
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    And this is mine.same laptops same game settings etc.but look gpu usage.95% for this 150 frames there.this difference cause of rams.we got pics hehe
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  4. Jalen9762

    Jalen9762 Notebook Evangelist

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    Are using silent option or is Dragon center fine to use?

    Sent from my LM-V510N using Tapatalk
     
  5. Aeronaut88

    Aeronaut88 Newbie

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    Anyone knows which kind of screws msi use in the GE75 GPU bracket? I stripped one real bad......
     
  6. bryneb

    bryneb Notebook Consultant

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    I've had mine since the 2nd day of release, it's been a great machine so far! Love it.
     
  7. bryneb

    bryneb Notebook Consultant

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    Would it be worth going from 2x8 2666mhz cls 16 Kingston HyperX to 2x8 3200mhz cls 20?

    Have a friend willing to buy my current ram, so it'd be $20 out of pocket.
     
  8. Ulukai

    Ulukai Notebook Guru

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    Anyone ever tried playing on a 21:9 screen with the ge75 ? I got the rtx2070 version and i wonder if there's enough power for 3440x1440 or should I go for 2560x1080 ?
     
  9. greninga

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    Dont know here..need test it.cl20 it's slow.but 3200mhz it's good.cl16 it's very fast.why u dont try overclock ur cl16 to 2933 or 3200?
     
  10. greninga

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    I use dragon center 2.i like it. advance fans for gaming and auto for rest.
     
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