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 on: Today at 08:02:48 
Started by willl.i.am213 - Last post by oktnight
The memory brand Kinston is huge and famous, and product quality is solid with stability.

 on: Today at 07:41:11 
Started by ex.dayvan - Last post by free103486
What's your laptop' model name? Need more information so that we can discuss and solve the issue together.

 on: Today at 07:40:13 
Started by mendezibizatdi - Last post by free103486
What is your timing when you switch different mode? (laptop monitor and external monitor on/only external monitor on) During gaming or before you start the game?

 on: Today at 07:26:10 
Started by tyler14827 - Last post by tyler14827
I have recently purchased a MSI RX 58 Gaming X 8gb second hand from someone. During their use they had the fans locked at 40% speed. I have not had any issue with the cards performance except for the fans. When I first got the card I updated the BIOS to the most recent one I was provided by this forum. I did not try any gaming before I updated the BIOS. I started to do some gaming after that and had the PC crash on me twice before I decided to download MSI Afterburner and check the card out to see what was going on. I found that my cards fans were not turning on at all. The card would let it's temperature rise until it would crash. I then set the fans manually on with the default fan curve in MSI Afterburner and I was good to go. But this solution only works if MSI Afterburner is on. If I don't turn on MSI Afterburner when I boot the PC the cards fans will not start spinning on their own to cool the card down. 

There is no way the card requires MSI Afterburner on to get the fans to spin and cool the card. What can I do to fix this problem with the card?

The serial number is S/N1:602-V341-124SB1705000657

The attached picture is the current bios.

Thanks in advance for any advise.

 on: Today at 07:17:58 
Started by willl.i.am213 - Last post by hardmack
This would be something to look at, little better timings and higher quality, but pretty much any reputable DDR company out there is making compatible sodimms

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 on: Today at 06:56:15 
Started by cloud12348 - Last post by cloud12348
Hey so reviving this for one last thing. I recently had to take the gpu out to plug in a wire and figured I would take a look at the other side of the.

Heres a picture:

So it does look like the thermal pad has indeed shifted over rather than the pad just not being cut short enough. Is this still fine as long as temps are low?

-Thanks and apologies for the constant concern

 on: Today at 06:45:25 
Started by eturk - Last post by eturk

motherboard can not show bios on DisplayPort 4k.
Using HDMI first boots in 1k (1080p) so bios can be displayed.
BUT DisplayPort is essential for me because DP can do 60Hz refresh while HDMI 1.4 only supports 30Hz.

How do we pass on this specific bug to have the bios guys get it fixed?

 on: Today at 06:42:17 
Started by bobreece3 - Last post by bobreece3
I just purchased a new MSI GL 73 8RC and so far I have not been able to use it for the purpose I bought it!  The setup of this laptops hard drives is ridiculous!  I have never seen this before.  A 128 gb SSD that forces the install of my software programs to reside on C: and I cannot get them to install on the D: drive which in my 15 years or more in graphics design and video creation I have never seen this configuration.  I am ready to ship this slow and frustrating notebook back because I did not buy it to spend 72 hours installing-re-installing-uninstalling reinstalling all my freaking editing software.  The internet is loaded with others complaining about the same thing but the answer I got from a phone call yesterday with MSI tech was  just create a folder and send all the programs there?  That's great I did relocate my downloads to the D: Data drive but you cannot use special characters like/_[] so the programs just end up back on the freaking SSD which is 77% full.  This high speed boat anchor of a laptop is slower than my 2010 hp pavilion notebook with 1/3 the hardware and cost.  Can someone please help me with some non HYPER technical instructions to either change the file patch C: To D; or let me know how to writer the file command to use D: as the default path?  I have already went into settings and named D: as the default for everything but that made no difference at all.  I shopped for weeks to make this decision and everyday I wake up and am regretting not buying a dell or Intel or hell an ASUS.  There has got to be a better way to configure this high speed low drag state of the art notebook as advertised all over the internet. that I paid $1,149  for.

I regret my first forum post is so negative but I am tired and pissed off!  I could also use any advise on a method to transfer all my old laptop data and programs to this new MSI laptop.  Easy transfer is not an option and I know programs usually cannot be copied and pasted due to the scattered files they create all over the systems.  My old laptop is a windows 7 64 bit and the new MSI is windows 10 home


A fairly computer saavy 56 year old former USMC Infantry Grunt that is 

Very frustrated and tired of this merry-go-round ssd/hdd set up

 on: Today at 06:19:33 
Started by mrfishy104 - Last post by mrfishy104
i just got my first nvme storage corsair mp500 480 gb and its not being recognized in the os in disk management or in the bios and bios is up to date any help will be greatly appreciated 

system specs are
z370 gaming pro carbon
16gb team group ram
founders 1080ti
pny ssd, adata ssd and seagate mechincal
evga 750 p2 psu
tplink pci wireless card

 on: Today at 06:08:26 
Started by str8nfast - Last post by str8nfast
Will the Z170A M5 Gaming mobo be tested for Win 10 Pro 1809 compatibility? If so? When will the result and required upgrades be available for review on your web site?

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