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 on: Today at 06:54:47 
Started by chrometrial - Last post by miklet
what kind of Cinebench scores are you seeing now? and at what temperatures?

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 on: Today at 06:53:10 
Started by jamin280672 - Last post by miklet
A competitor has released BIOS for PinnaclePi AGESA 1.0.0.4

Has anyone seen a BETA or final release for the X370 Gaming Pro Carbon board?
Or for that matter any AGESA 1.0.0.4 for any MSI X370 or X470 board?

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 on: Today at 06:09:38 
Started by stormy1352 - Last post by badboy2k
ah that makes sense to me now.

the B350 chipset is running the 4 main SATA Ports on the board!

the 2nd one your seeing is tied to the CPU as the CPU has 2 SATA lanes that are used for M.2 ports to work with SATA M.2 drives and has a switch internally to the PCI-E bus so it can run in either SATA or PCI-E mode!

its part of the CPU's architecture inside your AMD Ryzen 5 1500X CPU as I have stated above due to it having 2 SATA connection lanes inside its silicon on the processor die.

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 on: Today at 06:00:22 
Started by rednas.sander.7 - Last post by avenger026
A temp of 80c when gaming is not that bad and the card should handle around 95c but will power down itself at about 83c. Also normal for different games to use different amounts of cpu and gpu. You never said what your fans was running at and if the curve is set to low then that could be the problem. Its also summer and hot in most parts of the world so if your room temp is high then the laptop will also run a little hotter than normal. Undervolting is ok if you getting high temp when idle or just browsing the net but I do not think its really needed for you.

Having the gpu at 65% and 95% but running at the same temp is because the fans are set to auto and I bet the fans are running faster when you playing ark and slower when playing dead by daylight?

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 on: Today at 05:50:19 
Started by benjcwill - Last post by benjcwill
I've got the product register running. I've got the serial number. Keep getting a popup that it's wrong. I tried finding customer service on the website but it seems like I have to have a registered product to do that. What should I do?

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 on: Today at 05:47:16 
Started by cryptocurrency.will - Last post by cryptocurrency.will
I found an already existing guide.

https://thornelabs.net/2018/07/08/clean-install-of-windows-10-drivers-and-utilities-on-an-msi-gs65-stealth-thin.html

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 on: Today at 05:45:50 
Started by stormy1352 - Last post by stormy1352
1500X

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 on: Today at 05:25:58 
Started by Regeneration - Last post by Regeneration
Here are modded BIOSes for MSI X58 motherboards patched with the latest microcode (0x1F for Westmere, 0x1D for Bloomfield) to address all variants of Spectre. Make sure the operating system is also updated to be fully protected from speculative execution side-channel vulnerabilities.

Unofficial ROMs! use at your own risk.

* MSI X58 Pro
* MSI X58 Pro SLI
* MSI X58 Pro-E
* MSI X58 Pro-E SLI
* MSI X58 Pro-E USB3
* MSI X58 Platinum
* MSI X58 Platinum SLI
* MSI X58A-GD45
* MSI X58A-GD65 (M)
* MSI X58A-GD65 (N)
* MSI X58M
* MSI X58M SLI
* MSI Eclipse Plus
* MSI Eclipse SLI

You can flash the ROM through the BIOS itself via M-Flash (requires USB flash drive formatted with FAT32 file system), or with the included AFUDOS utility (requires bootable DVD/USB with DOS).

I normally hang on TechPowerUp, here's the original thread in case you want to report a bug.

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 on: Today at 05:22:39 
Started by cryptocurrency.will - Last post by cryptocurrency.will
For wiping clean an entire msi gs 65 laptop and fresh installing windows 10 Home or Pro.


I want to compose a full list of all drivers with minimum versions needed to set the laptop back on track. (ie. Driver needed for PnP monitor?)


Also a full list of all beneficial programs, excluding bloatware(optional)




I'm doing this because I wiped my MSI GS 65 8RE, and I thought this may help someone else later down in the future. If everyone can post screenshots of their drivers/programs or just list them here, that would be awesome.

*I am aware that there is a support page for this laptop but, not everything is installing smoothly onto the laptop which, is why i'm doing this to ensure I install the right "versions" as well.*

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 on: Today at 04:12:34 
Started by villegazed - Last post by badboy2k
if you try just the RGB ones alone do they work on there own?

if they do its likely you have 2 sets of RAM with different Chips on the 2 sets of RAM so its causing a incompatibility issue between the 2 sets of RAM!

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