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  1. Michael Nero

    Michael Nero Notebook Enthusiast

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    I still get the message to update dragon center to 2.0 or above when trying to use mobile connect.. everything else in dragon center works just fine however.
     
  2. OWNORDISOWN

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    Thanks for uploading my video Phoenix !
    Hope it helps someone :)
    Cheers
    Stephen
     
  3. Bill Gercken

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    I have the MSI Notebook GT63 Titan 8RG 052 - Looking for memory recommendations to upgrade to 64GB. I have not cracked the lid yet so I am not sure what is installed.

    Looking at the Kingston site I saw:

    "If more than two modules are installed the system may clock the memory down to 2400"

    Does anyone know if this is true?


    Thanks!
     
    Last edited: Jul 3, 2018
  4. B0B

    B0B Notebook Deity

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    Check the CPU-Z memory tab for the brand and part #.

    I always recommend Crucial as their compatibility rates pretty high.
     
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  5. Bill Gercken

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    Thanks BOB.
     
  6. Bill Gercken

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    Has anyone upgraded the memory to 64GB? I am assuming that you h have to pull off the top/keyboard? Any ideas on how to do this? I was able to upgrade to 48 but want to add one more stick.

    Thanks.
     
  7. Bill Gercken

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    I found this video which performs the steps on a GT75. Looks epic. Waiting on the RAM to arrive before I decide whether I am going to try the board flip or not.

     
  8. Bill Gercken

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    Posting this in case anyone else is interested. After doing a lot of searching I finally was able to determine the model of memory installed in my machine using the user bench mark tool at: http://www.userbenchmark.com/Software

    UserBenchmarks: Game 111%, Desk 110%, Work 93%
    CPU: Intel Core i7-8750H - 95%
    GPU: Nvidia GTX 1080 (Mobile) - 123.5%
    SSD: Toshiba THNSN5256GPU7 NVMe PCIe M.2 256GB - 182.4%
    HDD: HGST Travelstar 7K1000 2.5" 1TB - 71.6%
    RAM: Samsung M471A2K43CB1-CTD 1x16GB - 49%
    MBD: MSI MS-16L4

    The -TD means that it is 2666Mbps according to the data sheet. https://www.samsung.com/semiconductor/dram/module/M471A2K43CB1-CTD/

    The only place that I could find (in the US) that had the exact part was: https://www.memory4less.com

    Hopefully it will work and my search will be over.

    Cheers!
     
  9. Judrick

    Judrick Notebook Enthusiast

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    How does this laptop do under heavy gaming? My main concern in a laptop is the thermals. Does it hold under 90c? My Alienware 15 was returned cause the cooling sucked and I’m done with them.
     
  10. Michael Nero

    Michael Nero Notebook Enthusiast

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    For me at least It depends on the game I am playing. Games like Wow never get over 65c, but games like Pubg run around 80c. The only game I have that I can’t seem to run without the temps reaching 90c is Vermintide 2. Vermintide 2 runs around 88-92c even with the Cooler Boost fan on. However I am still actually very impressed with this laptop. I had the Alienware 15R4 before this and it was a nightmare... Didn’t matter what game I played, the temps would reach 99c within seconds and it would throttle down. Dell refused to offer a replacement and instead had a technician come to my house twice in less than a month to replace the heatsink and thermal paste with no luck. I ended up returning my Alienware for this and haven’t looked back.
     
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