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  1. raad11

    raad11 Notebook Consultant

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    Are there any new BIOS you guys recommend updating to? I'm still running E17A3IMS.110 from 09/04/2018.
     
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    Oh well, Windows somehow updated my BIOS to 113.
     
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    What settings do you guys change to overclock to 4.2-4.4 GHz all cores? In the BIOS?

    And if I were to do it in XTU, do I still need to change anything in BIOS? My IA AC/DC Loadline, for example, was set to 179 and VR Current Limit was at 512...
     
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    raad11 Notebook Consultant

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    I can run it at 4.4 GHz all core in Intel XTU but it gets really hot. I noticed I can run lower voltages than are needed for stability in stress tests and benchmarks and games which are not CPU limited (most) will run fine at 4.4, and at decent temps, and without super loud fan levels.

    It randomly reboots though during other tasks, especially benchmarks, unless I raise the voltage again in XTU.

    I turned off VTd and other the other similar option in BIOS and turned off Energy Efficient Turbo.
     
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  5. NeXt3R

    NeXt3R Notebook Guru

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    set vr domain to better result under load ,,set loadline to AC DC to 1 ..need add offset to cpu work ..my for 7series need 0.45-50 ,,after get working boot set vcore in xtu for working xtu test .,
    this setting will give you almost static voltage under load, no curves,vcore is lower

    ,.., like an undervolt but it's better ,,idle
    can be a little higher temperature than with auto domain ,,load is better

    iccmax set to max or correct to run all the cores all the time

    7series end motherboard can withstand about 115w for cpu with 230psu?

    8 series will be higher but I do not know how the vcore with cooling, I would stick to 1.3v max ,,, cooling is same as before ?
     
  6. ArslanBerkay

    ArslanBerkay Notebook Enthusiast

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    I also got updated to the 113 bios. However msi still has 112 version on their support page. How is that possible? Is it unlocked or unverified bios?
     
  7. BlakLanner

    BlakLanner Notebook Guru

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    I have the same thing. Not overly worried about it though. For MS have it automatically update, MSI had to send it to them.
     
  8. nihil6686

    nihil6686 Notebook Enthusiast

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    So, I managed to break the M key on my laptop. It snapped off, leaving behind its two plastic pieces..which are now stuck in the two slots for the M key. Is there any way to remove this so that I can remove the two plastic pieces and replace the key (without removing the factory seal)? Otherwise, I'll have to send it back to MSI.

    Thanks,
    Mike
     

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  9. Kevin@GenTechPC

    Kevin@GenTechPC Company Representative

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    Hey Mike, the keyboard will need to be replaced entirely since MSI doesn't provide key replacement reason being the whole keyboard itself is brand new and they usually salvage the defective ones. However, feel free to check with your local support team to confirm.
     
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