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  1. ChrisTT

    ChrisTT Notebook Enthusiast

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    You can get the noise from the GE75 with undervolting a bit under control. But for gaming a headphone is always to recommend.

    I dont hear my GE75 while using headphone with nc. I am very happy with my GE75 (same specs as reviewed) :)
     
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    Tikerz Notebook Enthusiast

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    It's called K5 Pro.

    https://www.amazon.com/viscous-thermal-replacement-60g-Aspire/dp/B00K04D3UK
     
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    vidaporvida_ Notebook Geek

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    Don´t think so. But again messing with BIOS isn´t smart and it won´t change much perfomance.


    Nope u can´t. I tryed everything.
    And the review proves my point, u can´t get higher then 1635MHz, even if I downclock he goes way higher!


    Thanks alote!
    Well I got better score out of the box lol anyways!
     
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    thefatapple Notebook Geek

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    you can lock it, i just tried. in afterburner, press CTRL F, choose one of the squares in the graph, then press L to lock. then press the checkmark button in afterburner. to remove the lock, press the "refresh" or circular arrow button. you can lock it at over 1900 if you want. Unless I'm misunderstanding what you posted
     
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    vidaporvida_ Notebook Geek

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    Hum gona try it.
    The problem is (u can see on the notebookcheck review) my clocks are unstable, they go over 1700MHz and even 1900MHz with any overclock, causing so underperfomance and instability.
    I already tryed to OC Scan, he goes up to 2160MHz, can´t be lol!
     
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    vidaporvida_ Notebook Geek

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    Ok it did work and he doesn´t go over the limited yellow (L).
    Now I have to find a stable value... per voltage and MHz
     
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    Kommati Notebook Enthusiast

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    Heeey there, it’s me again!!

    So, I was about to order my GE75 8SE (for ~2150€, prices dropped a bit for the whole MSI RTX series), and to my surprise I find that on a specific online store the GE63 8SE is now at ~1850€!! What the beep?! What do I do? I haven’t been able to find reviews for the GE63... Am I stupid for not getting it that instant??! I’m following this thread and I see many people have overheating issues with their GE75 and I’m thinking if its bigger brother have overheating issues then I’ll probably have issues with GE63 and as I said before I have no idea about repasting, undervolting etc etc (although I’m a fast learner and a curious person!)...
    Please h e e eee elp
     
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    vidaporvida_ Notebook Geek

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    GE75 with LM and u are good to go. No need to go to a GE63 dude, its way slower!
     
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    thefatapple Notebook Geek

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    i locked the card and tested some games FPS and frametime. all stable so far :cool: (i didn't change voltage though)
     
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    vidaporvida_ Notebook Geek

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    U had the same problem?
    Can u show me ur graphics bar?
     
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