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 on: Today at 02:54:37 
Started by 62bellamia - Last post by masonyang
Xsplit is only available for  GT, GS, GE series.

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 on: Today at 02:49:08 
Started by gatis.strazdins89 - Last post by masonyang
Your GE72 6QF  has one M.2 "combo" SSD slot with an M key and this is probably where your samsung 960 EVO SSD is installed now. 

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 on: Today at 02:14:22 
Started by 19afed - Last post by Yang
1. Hitting the F3 key when the boot screen shows up. You will be got intto the Win10 troubleshooting mode.

2. Click the Troubleshoot and Restore MSI factory settings options.

3. Click system partition reocvery

And then system will be processing for system recovery.

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 on: Today at 02:12:49 
Started by ardhy.danu3 - Last post by ardhy.danu3
OK guys .. this post was solve ... The thing i do is ask for help for some computer technician in near my hour to help me ... and what he do is, only to put the copy DVD of the Windows DVD Original and BOOM my Samsung 960 EVO was there recognize --." (so damn easy) hahha ... ok then maybe this solution of my can help other people ... my point is if u want to install ur Windows 10 in ur NVme M.2 SSD ... just make sure ur Windows 1 installer is complete or at least it was copy from the original DVD Windows 10 installer ... that all and good luck

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 on: Today at 02:08:31 
Started by lass8304 - Last post by Yang
Please try to do it.
Step1: Please open NVIDIA control panel.
Step2: Click "Change resolutioin".
Step3: Choose to "Use NVIDIA color setting" and then apply it.
Then check Refresh rate again. It will be showed 144Hz.

https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=298837.0

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 on: Today at 02:06:03 
Started by rsbasile - Last post by Yang
If it is with Windows10 OS, please refer it.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=074Qf5nUzeY

  • Click the Start menu and select Settings.
  • Select Update and Security.
  • Click Recovery.
  • Under Advanced startup, click Restart now. ... 
  • Select Troubleshoot.
  • Choose Advanced options.
  • Select UEFI Firmware Settings.
  • Click Restart to restart the system and enter UEFI (BIOS).

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 on: Today at 02:04:59 
Started by minasvangjeli - Last post by masonyang
That's a good question and one that will be answered below.
[CPU/GPU] BGA Package (Soldered)
[MAX CPU/GPU UPGRADE] NONE AVAILABLE

 8 
 on: Today at 02:03:16 
Started by 1731970275 - Last post by plutomate
The lastest BIOS for B350 Tomahawk Arctic is version H.A0 and it's with AGESA v1.1.0.1

 9 
 on: Today at 01:46:44 
Started by ryan.kelly - Last post by HenryW
Have you got the rear cover off yet? Is it possible you haven't found the screw that might be under warranty void label?

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 on: Today at 01:45:01 
Started by mikekstitzel - Last post by mikekstitzel
Yup, Thanks, I said it *looks* like it is 600x400, whatever it is the icons, for example are 2" x 2" yet everything is reporting 1920x1080, and
*I* did not change ANYTHING this happened after a Microsoft update and reboot. As a result I am finding it difficult to find a setting to set
to correct the issue.  this is the second display only....

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