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  1. xLima

    xLima Notebook Consultant

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    Oh haha I didn't know there was another. Just Google and downloaded the first result.

    Anyway it does what I wanted, and programmed it with task scheduler. Was the only work around to the Optimus glitch with MSI Afterburner other than programming task scheduler to auto start and auto close MSI Afterburner after setting OC.

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  2. mickey j

    mickey j Notebook Geek

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    Thanks for this. Sorry to be a bother, but again, when In throttlestop, does your cpu core and cpu cache iccmax number match? I see you booted yours to 200A in CPU Core screen, is it also 200A on the CPU cache screen? BTW, I'm gonna try the repaste. I'd rather do that than leave it up to someone else. I'll report back once complete. If that solves my dilemmas I'll be done. If not I'll uninstall dragon center, etc. The reason I want to keep dragon center is because I can easily overclock my gpu rather than doing it the hard way.
     
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    mickey j Notebook Geek

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    I have yet to go through the process of creating the task to make throttlestop run at startup which is required for the offset to be applied (about to do this). here's the link: http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/the-throttlestop-guide.531329/page-454#post-10247294
    Once I manually start it, the offset is applied. Hope this helps
     
  4. proj3ctmayh3m

    proj3ctmayh3m Notebook Enthusiast

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    Thank you mickey j.
    On my GS65 the offset keep alive after reboot even if TS is not started (no task or manual start).
    That's why I asked. :)
     
  5. xLima

    xLima Notebook Consultant

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    They all match, if you look at the top right white window in Throttlestop you can see the offsets for all the options.

    ICCMAX does not appear.

    I modified my ICCMax directly from BIOS.

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  6. Adeilton Amorim

    Adeilton Amorim Newbie

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    I'm in doubt between the GM501 and the GS65, what do you say? Has anyone had the 2 and decided by which?

    Another question would be in the choice of VGA, whether 1060 or 1070
     
  7. JRey

    JRey Notebook Consultant

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    You should wait until the RTX laptops come out so you can get the latest stuff. If you’re still adamant about getting a 1000 series GPU, then you’ll also get a discounted laptop.


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  8. Adeilton Amorim

    Adeilton Amorim Newbie

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    Unfortunately I can not wait, because I am from Brazil and will be in the US until Jan / 19. And importing is out of the question because of the high tax rates. So I'd rather take with what you have today.
     
  9. KamilK

    KamilK Notebook Enthusiast

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    With RTX have to wait and see some thermal testings first. I noticed from CES a lot of company left same chassis but only change GPU.

    I would recommend gs65 if you are not only gammer for battery life etc.
    GM501 is not bad option in my opinion for pure gaming.

    Based on reviews gm501 stock thermals are better then gs65

    I am owner of gs65 1070 maxq and I love it no issues at all and all AAA games run perfect.
     
  10. CCz_Cataphract

    CCz_Cataphract Notebook Deity

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    New model with RTX280 MaxQ listed for $2799 US:
    http://www.hidevolution.com/custom-...5-15-6-fhd-144hz-i7-8750h-rtx-2080-max-q.html

    RTX2070 MaxQ model for $2399 US:
    http://www.hidevolution.com/custom-...4-15-6-fhd-144hz-i7-8750h-rtx-2070-max-q.html

    RTX2060 model for $2099 US:
    http://www.hidevolution.com/custom-...lth-007-15-6-fhd-144hz-i7-8750h-rtx-2060.html

    Expected release is set for Nvidia's CES RTX Laptop announced Jan 29 date.

    It seems odd to me, but it shows GS75 models as exact same price for sending specs. I would have thought the larger screen would have resulted in a higher price (though I prefer the higher portability if the GS65 myself).

    Peter
     
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