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 on: Today at 13:08:38 
Started by majid.salehi.se - Last post by majid.salehi.se
Hi everyone
I have a msi rx 480 8gb gaming x
I have been edited my bios and lost my original bios and need that
S/N: 602-V341-030B16120140xx
Samsung memory
Device ID: 1002 67DF-1462 3413
Thanks

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 on: Today at 12:59:23 
Started by arturgrzesik91 - Last post by arturgrzesik91
Hello everyone.  Yesterday i just buy this laptop and on start i get this problem.  I cant find in panel nvidia g-sync but support nvidia tell me i should see it. For sure i update bios /update two time nvidia driver Card  from msi and nvidia website. On website selling shop i see this laptop have g sync but now im not sure it. Just think about back laptop to The shop where i buy it. Hope some can  find clue  for this problem

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 on: Today at 12:58:39 
Started by miklet - Last post by pg123
Maybe an Admin can teach us about revision level progression of the AGESA code.

Perhaps, like the BIOS revision level progression on MSI boards, it is not so intuitive.

Pehaps 1a comes after 6. Oh boy.


I found this on Anandtech forums, posted by The Stilt:

Don't get confused by the AGESA version numbers, because they're different for each branch.
 
 - SummitPI 1.0.0.6x (Bristol and Summit Ridge)
 - RavenPI 1.1.0.1 (Bristol, Summit and Raven Ridge)
 - PinnaclePI 1.0.0.0x (Bristol, Summit, Raven and Pinnacle Ridge)
 - ThreadRipperPI 1.0.0.5 (Zeppelin SP3r2 MCM)
 
 PinnaclePI is the most current development branch for AM4 platform.
 Should be used for all AM4 parts, as soon as it reaches full maturity.

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So yes, AMD started over with Raven Ridge.  1.0.0.1a and 1.0.0.2a are newer than 1.0.0.6

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 on: Today at 12:53:52 
Started by miklet - Last post by kaisersolo
That's the best result I have seen so far for a 2700x well done

I can recommend b-die after struggling with the useless corsair set. Yes its a little more expensive but Its probably the best way to get faster performance for ryzen, especially for the new ryzen 200 series.

Do es anybody know if there is an option for Precision Boost Overdrive (PBO) in the BIOSes yet for the x370 boards - this is starting to appear on the x370 Asus and Asrock Motherboards when equipped with a Ryzen 2000 chip.

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 on: Today at 12:50:42 
Started by arturgrzesik91 - Last post by arturgrzesik91
Hello everyone.  Yesterday i just buy this laptop and on start i get this problem.  I cant find in panel nvidia g-sync but support nvidia tell me i should see it. For sure i update bios /update two time nvidia driver Card  from msi and nvidia website. On website selling shop i see this laptop have g sync but now im not sure it. Just think about back laptop to The shop where i buy it. Hope some can  find clue  for this problem

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 on: Today at 12:44:32 
Started by smack2k - Last post by smack2k
New to the forums...

Big fan of MSI Motherboards as I have 3 running currently on my retro computers....

I am planning on setting up a fourth MSI Motherboard, the MSI 6114 LX4 Dual Slot 1 Pentium 2 Board.  The Board has the Intel 440LX AGP Chipset.

Does anyone know where I can find an archive of drivers for the board?  Wanting to setup an NT 4.0 Workstation System.

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 on: Today at 12:40:42 
Started by Tamer - Last post by Tamer
Hi,
I have GT60 with Window 10 and the battery gives me the blue light and crash after 2 or 3 minutes , i tried the battery calibration more than once and nothing good.
i tried to get a replacement from my local service but they don't have, i tried to search for it any where but what i found is a bad version of with bad reviews, so can any one help me out here with a solution ?

Thank you

 8 
 on: Today at 11:56:05 
Started by milan.duric - Last post by lorein0688
The unexpected shutdown might be related to hardware problem so check for the hardware like motherboard and RAM , try replacing them and check it this help you. Well, the other most common reason responsible for the Kernel Power 41 error is the old corrupted sound card driver or other drivers related to the hardware so try updating them. Apart from that it is also found that the fast startup option also causes the error so turn Off the Fast Startup feature.

Source : http://www.fixwindowserrors.biz/blog/troubleshoot-windows-10-kernel-power-41-error

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 on: Today at 11:53:14 
Started by rikpotts - Last post by rikpotts
Well I dont know why but the computer fired up and is working again. I didnt do anything... fixed itself!

I think what caused it to crash was the TPM.

Turns out that the 14-1 pin Asus TPM R2.0 is a TPM revision 1.0 (not even 1.2) which isnt compatiable with my motherboard.
Feeling quite angry about it... especially as I wiped my RAID 1 array when I cleared CMOS.

Double check your purchases!!! and take everything with a pinch of salt!

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 on: Today at 11:31:07 
Started by rikpotts - Last post by rikpotts
My PC has never missed a beat since I built it.

Today a new Asus TPM arrived in the post. Plugged it in (it can't be plugged in the wrong way round), pressed the power button and nothing. No fans, nothing.

Took the side off the case and two LEDs were lit up. One next to the motherboard power connector and one signalling a CPU fault.

I flicked the power switch to off on the PSU, removed the TPM, then back on again. This time no CPU led just the one next to the motherboard power connector.

I reset CMOS. I run it barebones. Still nothing.

Surely my TPM hasnt killed y motherboard or CPU?

Please can someone help?

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