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  1. seanwee

    seanwee Notebook Evangelist

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    Can anyone send me the vbios for the 2080 in the GT76?

    That and a GPU-Z screenshot would be awesome.

    Thanks!
     
  2. KerberX

    KerberX Notebook Enthusiast

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  3. REAN1MAT0R

    REAN1MAT0R Notebook Enthusiast

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    Has anyone found a solution for two additional power bricks ? To stay them at work
    Cant find how gt76 ac port looks like
    I dont want eurocom 780w because of its noise
    So I want to use two 330w
    What Y-adapter should I use for it?
    I have found similar Clevo AC-200 dual psu power adapter is it compatible? (in the middle)
    Total adapter 45 EUR and two 330w delta psus per 90$

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    KerberX Notebook Enthusiast

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    Sorry, photos are crappy.

    Its noise is so much loud?
     
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    REAN1MAT0R Notebook Enthusiast

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    thank you! yo u saved my money. because connector for gt75 gt83 and this gt76 are completely different
    it seems like i dont have another way than buy 380$ kit (
    How do you feel about ac adapter from the left side? is it bother you?

    I dont have it but they say its so loud that 2x330w bricks are absolute best silent wariant
     
  6. KerberX

    KerberX Notebook Enthusiast

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    Not really. The wire in Y connector can bend a little so I placed it at the far left corner and the two bricks on the right quite far away from the notebook itself. I'd still very much like L-shaped connector instead of this but it's manageable.

    Yeah, these two 230W bricks are really silent. There isn't much inside to produce any noise after all. Eurocom 780W have active cooling so it should be louder.
     
  7. Wazhup

    Wazhup Newbie

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    Hey guys,

    Today I just picked my GT76 Titan DT 9SF. I'm trying to inspect this as much as I can and at the moment I have a little sound that seems to come from the small fans, or somewhere near. With that said, this is normal? I have few days left to return it, so if this is any kind of defect I want to return it as you can imagine. Sounds like a little rattling, and it starts when I turn on pc until I turn off it.

    Do I have any way to turn off all the fans to see if the sound is coming from it?

    I appreciate your help. Thanks a lot.
     
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  8. GenTechPC

    GenTechPC Company Representative

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    You can try record a short clip of the sound and post it here so we can hear it to see if it's anything wrong it it.
     
  9. msilaww

    msilaww Notebook Enthusiast

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    dear. can not you put here the image of the system from the laptop gt76 dt 9 sg. I did a clean install and erased everything.
     
  10. Kevin@GenTechPC

    Kevin@GenTechPC Company Representative

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    Hello, please contact MSI directly for the correct images for your system, and service charge with shipping may apply.
     
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