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 on: Today at 06:55:13 
Started by danielransun - Last post by bboynitrous
I've found the same problem as alexandre.a.borelli with the latest drivers and a Z170 Krait Gaming 3X. I have a lot of crackling and popping, ASIO driver fails to install, and video goes out of sync with audio on most Chrome and I've never had this issues before. I've reinstalled the drivers many times and have fresh formatted with the Win10 Fall update. Same issues. Only fix has been to uninstall it all and just use the basic windows drivers.

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 on: Today at 06:46:30 
Started by mateuszszew1011 - Last post by mateuszszew1011
Hello. I wanted to upgrade it with SSD disc and I want to ask wich one will be best and what slot this notebook have for SSD. Was thinking about small one, up to 256Gb

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 on: Today at 06:24:43 
Started by grommash666 - Last post by Mog
Hi Sir,

Make sure you have enabled "Freesync" feature in OSD of G27C gaming monitor.

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 on: Today at 06:04:45 
Started by naveeed - Last post by therockman04
MSI Z270 Gaming M3

So MSI would release the FIX? How much time will let their costumer exposed to this?

It's a shame MSI didn't release a FIX yet, Gigabyte already did it! https://www.gamersnexus.net/industry/3133-gigabyte-bios-countermeasure-to-intel-security-vulnerability

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 on: Today at 05:55:38 
Started by samuelcalderwood - Last post by samuelcalderwood
The indicator light that tells you the speed the PCI-E slot is operating at is very annoying. The bright red looks terrible. MSI told me there is no way to turn these lights off. Does anyone know of a fix?

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 on: Today at 05:55:21 
Started by dinsdale56 - Last post by chris
+1

I'm seeing the same issue on CX62 6QD.

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 on: Today at 05:53:38 
Started by samuelcalderwood - Last post by samuelcalderwood
The indicator light that tells you the speed the PCI-E slot is operating at is very annoying. The bright red looks terrible. MSI told me there is no way to turn these lights off. Does anyone know of a fix?

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 on: Today at 05:52:37 
Started by jmulder11.jm - Last post by jmulder11.jm
Goodmorning,

At this moment I don’t know What psu I have, I should reply you that in the evening.
But i tested my setup without the GPU. And still nothing happend

Jeffrey

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 on: Today at 05:06:46 
Started by fel.firmino - Last post by jerrybiz2
I bought my daughter this GT62VR 7RE last spring for college.  Fans suddenly stopped working back in August or September so I bought a cooling pad so she could at least use the thing.  Posting to this topic because when I can get them moving they constantly cycle 0 to max.

(As an aside, I hate laptops.  They NEVER seem to work right and there's really not much you can do to fix them.  I've been at least modding if not building my desktops since my first one in 1986 and I hate the it-either-works-or-it's-a-brick business of laptops.  I've had a Pentium laptop a long time ago, a ROG from three years ago, and this one, and I've been disappointed with all of them.)

The Dragon software shows 0 RPM on both CPU and GPU fans regardless of settings (Sport/Comfort/ECO and fan settings of Auto, Basic, Cooler Boost, Advanced) and there's no air movement.  Changing settings around in Basic and Advanced have no effect.  I tried blowing some air into the exhaust port to see what would happen, and when the fan moves *it will start spinning*.  Blowing air in both exhausts got both spinning.  Success?  No...  They stop after a power down.  Not only that, when they were running they rev up and down from 0 to max and won't stay at one speed in any setting outside of Cooler Boost (except in Advanced, where if ALL settings are put to 150% for each temperature zone the fans will stay on continuously).  Removing the back cover and spinning them up by hand has the same effect.

I've attached the Help Desk export file that someone else was threatened with the "flames of hell" for not somehow knowing that they would need to provide.

I have updated the BIOS, the EC firmware, followed instructions about clearing settings with holding power buttons and pushing paperclips, I've updating all the drivers and programs with the the latest that I could find on this site for this computer, and nothing works.  I've even removed, blown out, and swapped position of the two fans.  NOTE: no dust, hair, or any apparent binding in the fans and there's no dust in the bottom grill/filter.

Also I tried to register this PC both by using the "helper" program and manually.  Nothing I enter is accepted.  I've entered the "K" S/N that's on the box and the bottom sticker, the "9S7" number on both boxes, the longer "9S7" reported by Help Desk, I've tried putting "GT62VR 7RE-" in front of all (trying to match MSI's examples), et endless cetera.  Nothing worked last April (and still doesn't tonight).  Pretty damn bad that I can't even register this product.  I doubt that I'll buy another MSI product if I can help it, including the 1080ti I'm planning to buy for building my next desktop.

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 on: Today at 05:00:49 
Started by BlueAlexFPS - Last post by cpsoho
If the performance gap is so big,
I would rather choose the laptop with standard GTX1060 than the max-Q for the slim laptop.

:gg:

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