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  1. hackness

    hackness Notebook Virtuoso

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    Well done! Maybe you can share the RAM timing screenshot for Hynix ;)
     
  2. ldcosta

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    Didn't save the print after OC but these are the timings for 3200Mhz, played GTA V and Forza Horizon 4 (around 15min each without any crash and surfing 1h on the web, videos etc): MEM1.JPG

    Tighten to boost read speed:


    Set DRAM Reference Clock (MHz) to 133
    Set Memory Ratio to 12
    Set tCL to 18
    Set tRCD/tRP to 18
    Set tRAS to 45
    Set tCWL to 18
    Set tFAW to 26
    Set tREFI to 45000
    Set tRFC to 524
    Set tRRD_L to 6
    Set tRRD_S to 4
    Set tRTP to 9
    Set tWR to [18]
    Set WTR_L to 9
    Set tWTR_S to 3
    Set Command Rate (CR) to 2
    Set Memory Voltage to 1.30 Volts
     
  3. hackness

    hackness Notebook Virtuoso

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    You can download testmem5 to see if you get any error, if there is an error you can raise the tRFC a little.

    These are the rules:

    tRAS = tCL + tRCD/tRP + tRTP
    tCWL = tCL or tCL-1
    tREFI = affecting read speed the most.
    tRFC = Laptop won't be able to boot or brings error if set too low.
    tWR = tRTP x 2, laptop won't be able to boot if set too low.
     
  4. Shark00n

    Shark00n Notebook Deity

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    Got a modded bottom panel coming my way

    BTW if any of the portuguese GT63 owners around here want a samsung 2666 DIMM PM me!
     
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    ldcosta Notebook Enthusiast

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    @hackness can you send me a link to download memtest5? (Never use it)

    @Shark00n nice, much difference on temps?

    I'll be off this weekend, probably I won't test anything this weekend. I'm getting another hynix module next week to get DualChannel.
     
  6. Pedro69

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    I want :D sent you a pm in zwame forum.
     
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  7. hackness

    hackness Notebook Virtuoso

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    Download testMem5 here:

    http://testmem.tz.ru/testmem5.htm

    Please use google's web page translate, it is in russian, but the program is in English.

    Extract it, right click on the TM5.exe and select property, go to Compatibilityand tick allow to run as Administrator.

    Now run the program and wait for it to finish the test.
     
  8. Pureownuge69

    Pureownuge69 Notebook Geek

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    Hi everyone,

    Would just like to get some opinions regarding voiding warranty to re-paste.

    In a summary, my CPU currently has a core temperature differential of 13 degrees (Celsius). That being the difference in temperature between the coolest and hottest CPU cores. So under load I have two cores nearing 95 degrees, and the remaining four run at a decent 80-85 degrees.

    Being an IT professional, it would be easy for me to correct the problem, but in the process of doing so void the warranty (Heatsink removal). I know most would say to send it in to get it looked at, but I have a fear of doing so given my past experience with the local MSI service center and their chosen delivery service provider (Startrack).

    Does MSI sell replacement parts for reasonable prices in the event something were to fail? Does anyone have any experience to share that may put my mind at ease.

    Thanks :)
     
  9. Falkentyne

    Falkentyne Notebook Prophet

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    Warranty is NOT voided anymore (it's illegal to void the warranty in the USA now anyway, them doing that will get them sued) as long as you do NO DAMAGE from the repasting.
    If you repaste with liquid metal (hope you did your research and study and applied foam dam barriers and super 33+ tape), make sure all LM is removed, the heatsink is polished with 3000 grit sandpaper back to the copper, and normal paste reapplied before even considering thinking of a future RMA).
     
  10. Pureownuge69

    Pureownuge69 Notebook Geek

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    Thanks for the response Being that I am in Australia, I dont believe there is any law to cover me on the repasting. I would only be using Arctic MX-4 and the appropriately sized Arctic Thermal Pads so I have no worries there.

    Prior to taking the heatsink off (assuming I decide to proceed), does anyone have an image showing thermal pad placement and thickness on the GT63 8RG?

    Would be of great help in preparing for the job

    Sent from my HTC 2PS6200 using Tapatalk
     
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