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  1. Spartan

    Spartan Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    You may need to re-paste it with Thermal Grizzly Conductonaut and undervolt the CPU by -50 to -60mV
     
  2. VBEnrico

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    Do you mean that my PC has something wrong and the best thing to do is to re-paste and void warranty?

    I think it's not the best thing to do....
     
  3. JeanLegi

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    On the hs the paste is not the best and most of the time it is dry like sand in the dessert.
    And undervolting is easy done with the xtu tool which is installed with the MSI image.
     
  4. VBEnrico

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    Do you think undervolting will also void the warranty?

    Are these high temps the GT75 normal temps, or this is just because I'm unluckly?

    I'm mean I've bought a lot of PCs: Intel i7, laptos and so on, but I never had the need to undervolting, re-paste or any other things. Just power on and start working with it.
     
  5. JeanLegi

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    No undervolting will not void the warranty.
    I even can change the paste in germany the factory seal is only to see if the Notebook was open by the customer. I only void the warranty when i damage parts of the device when i do any upgrade or change the paste.
     
  6. Kevin@GenTechPC

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    Temperature is too high. Have you changed anything in there that's non-stock?
     
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    @Falkentyne

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    Pomona clip still not arrive but i think that could put the jumper wires like this way right?
     
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    Pedro, no offense but I can't do your thinking for you. Not trying to be rude here. But sometimes you have to use your own head and be sure you did things right yourself. Wiring labeled pins is one of the easiest things you can do.

    THAT being said, it looks okay.
     
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    And BAM, just ordered my
    Custom Built MSI GT75 8RG TITAN-094 17.3" w/ G-Sync nVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080
    from HIDEvolution!
     
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    Is this the one with two 230W power supplies?
    I know the Eurocom 780W was tested by someone successfully with this model, although that was just done to avoid lugging around two AC adapters.

    Might be interesting to see if that smaller 500W+ Eurocom clone that's been floating around will work on this. The 780W works (been tested) but complaints about fan noise and ...uh....it costs....a lot of money....
    I can't seem to find a direct link to the "smaller" 500W PSU, but someone posted it on either aliexpress or some other chinese site.
     
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