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 on: Today at 05:30:30 
Started by Dragoonyang - Last post by BlueAlexFPS
More and more action VR games need extra movement motions, the VR One is great for that kind of games as you are real military team in the game!

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 on: Today at 05:29:45 
Started by ocp - Last post by ocp
yeh I saw this, so its not a ram problem then. the FPS gain with dual channel won't warrant double to triple FPS. my FPS is way too low.

 3 
 on: Today at 05:12:43 
Started by ocp - Last post by arestavo

 4 
 on: Today at 05:10:11 
Started by boxofmyst3riez - Last post by BlueAlexFPS
I don't think any notebook could have really good performance with external GPU and box, even it comes with thunderbolt 3 interface.
So you could check with more media review on the external VGA box solution, most of them will only get 50% to 70% of the GPU performance.

 5 
 on: Today at 05:07:31 
Started by kevindamisch - Last post by BlueAlexFPS
Hello, since your GT72VR already runs with dual channel, it's on the best performance status, no worry.

 6 
 on: Today at 04:57:50 
Started by jonas.for.sure - Last post by jonas.for.sure
Title speaks for itself. 

Onboard mic works. External ones don't. Webcam operational and on. SCM installed.

Mics do work on other devices.

 7 
 on: Today at 04:53:09 
Started by jonas.for.sure - Last post by jonas.for.sure
Title speaks for itself. 

Onboard mic works. external mics don't. Camera is operational and on. SCM installed. 

Mic works on other devices.

 8 
 on: Today at 04:55:31 
Started by jonas.for.sure - Last post by jonas.for.sure
Title speaks for itself. 

Onboard mic works. External ones don't. Webcam operational and on. SCM installed.

Mics do work on other devices.

 9 
 on: Today at 04:12:48 
Started by Sithtiger - Last post by Sithtiger
Fall Creator's Update is a nightmare and full with bugs.
There are huge catalogs with bug lists admitted, that MS$ claimed to be fixed with the next version update.

If a new clean Fall Creator's Update didn't helps [but still its matter of time something to crap out with fall update]
i would suggest to stick with prevision Creator's Update who proved to be a lot more stable.
To plutomate and Svet:  Well, I'm using 360.95 drivers right now, but I haven't tried the current driver with the Fall Creator's Update.  I've tried 3 different drivers with that update and none of them have worked; however, there is something very peculiar.  When I do install the FCU, whatever driver is installed with it works.  Everything works until I update the driver.  It doesn't matter what driver I update to, be it the newest driver or roll back to an older driver, I get that same stuttering problem (save the current one, since I haven't tried it with 360.95 yet, but anticipate the same results).  As soon as I change the driver, I start having problems.  This does NOT happen with the Spring Creator's Update though.  I can change drivers to whatever and it's fine, but with the Fall Creator's Update, I have problems as soon as I change the driver.  I've done it several ways too.  I've tried just installing using an old version of Windows 10 (pre SCU and post) and then just patch it via Windows Update....same problem.  I've also tried installing using SCU already packaged and then update with a huge patch, bypassing Windows update and also tried installing with FCU already packaged too.  Every way, you can think of and it still doesn't work, once I change the driver.  

You might say...well try not updating the driver.  Well, that works but if you get a new game, you need to update the driver or even an old game that needs an update.  So far, the ONLY thing that works is staying with Windows 10 1703 or under and I'm fine, but it sucks because upgrading to the FCU makes Windows noticeably faster, but it screws up the video.  So far, the best method is to stick with 1703 and update it to the highest update as long as I don't install 1709.  I do get a slight bit of Stuttering on Netflix, the higher I go, but it's not that bad until 1709.

I'll try it again using the Nvidia 360.95 driver but expect the same results.

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 on: Today at 04:07:54 
Started by Libra - Last post by Libra
Hello Svet,

I would like to replace my old gtx680m by a gtx970m/980m/1060/1070, do you think gtx1070 can be possible ?
And maybe CPU upgrade but i don't know how...
And RAM (but not a real problem)
Thank you.

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System Information
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Serial Number:                FFFFFFFF
Product Name:                 GT70
OS:                           Microsoft Windows 10 Famille 64 bits Ver.1709(OS build 16299.15.amd64fre.rs3_release.170928-1534)
HDI Build:                    non-OEM
BIOS Version:                 E1762IMS.70N
BIOS Release Date:            2012/09/28
EC Version:                   1762EMS1 Ver5.03, 09/17/2012
CPU:                          Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3630QM CPU @ 2.40GHz
Memory:                       12 GB @ 800 MHz
                               - 4096 MB, DDR3-1600, 06C1 SSA302G08-GGNHC   
                               - 4096 MB, DDR3-1600, 06C1 SSA302G08-GGNHC   
                               - 4096 MB, DDR3-1600, 06C1 SSA302G08-GGNHC   
Graphics:                     NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680M, 4096 MB
Graphics:                     Intel(R) HD Graphics 4000, 2112 MB
VBIOS Version:                80.04.33.00.24,4194304
Drive:                        SSD, Intel Raid 0 Volume, 119,25 GB
Drive:                        HDD, WDC WD7500BPKT-22PK4T0, 698,64 GB
Network:                      Killer E2200 Gigabit Ethernet Controller
Network:                      Intel(R) Centrino(R) Wireless-N 2230 Driver
Network:                      Microsoft Wi-Fi Direct Virtual Adapter
SHIFT mode:                   None
Power Plan:                   GUID du mode de gestion de l'alimentationÿ: 381b4222-f694-41f0-9685-ff5bb260df2e  (Utilisation normale)

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