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  1. mickey j

    mickey j Notebook Consultant

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    ^^^I called, didn't confirm with actual repair person but person on phone agreed they must have done a re-paste. One other thing. They did re-install the OS, ugh, really didn't need to do that. I do have a backup I made. Trying to decide if I should install the backup or start anew. I spent a week on tweaks/driver updates, etc. and would hate to do them all again. I guess I will first run a stress test then decide how to move forward.
     
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  2. Spartan

    Spartan Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    Dude, I didn't say remove the folder, I said simply to revoke its secvrity access from any group

    If you followed the instructions in my post earlier, you would end up with this:

    1.jpg
     
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    HWmonitor, CPU-Z, GPU-Z, MSI Afterburner, GPU option in the ThrottleStop do wake the dGPU.

    HWINFO64 doesn't if you use only the sensor status.

    My GPU OC plus monitoring combination was NVIDIA inspector (Only on start up) + HWINFO64.

    Yes, up to the latest are all compatible. However, you must not use MSI Afterburner and you also need to set steamwebhelper.exe to use iGPU.

    steamwebhelper.exe is located at /Steam/bin/cef/cef.win7x64/steamwebhelper.exe

    You can try this method, set once and you can forget it.
    http://forum.notebookreview.com/thr...cussions-lounge.815216/page-256#post-10812428
     
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    Skylake_ Notebook Consultant

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    I installed on my machine to test if my desk monitor works with compatible G-Sync. They are working flawless and allowing Optimus to switch when Nvidia is not needed.
     
  5. LordDraco

    LordDraco Newbie

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    How many external monitors can you use on the gs65? HDMI + mDP + Thunderbolt? (And the laptop monitor itself?)
     
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  6. GenTechPC

    GenTechPC Company Representative

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    Yes you can have 3 external monitors output + laptop display all at once.
     
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    Ok now I notice that the power led is always orange, LOL
     
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    xLima Notebook Evangelist

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    Quick question, can you brick your device by playing with memory timers?

    For instance if I edit the BIOS and its unstable will it block me from going back into the BIOS to reset it? Similar to UV from within BIOS.

    Sent from my BLA-L09 using Tapatalk
     
  9. hackness

    hackness Notebook Virtuoso

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    Press the power button and hold for 45 seconds to shutdown will reset the RAM settings (Including RAM voltage) back to default.

    To stabilize the RAM Controller at high RAM frequency, you'll need to add offset of +250~350 mV to System Agent in ThrottleStop and also in the BIOS, it's called Uncore in the BIOS under the overclock menu, it must be done for the laptop to boot successfully at 3000+MHz.

    I got mine to 3467MHz @ 1.30V

    However, there's always a risk doing this.
     
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    seanwee Notebook Evangelist

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    Wow, I didn't know msi allowed you to overclock the ram on laptops. What timings did you use?

    Even if they could, wouldn't the ram run very hot after overclocking?
     
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