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 on: Today at 21:37:31 
Started by miklet - Last post by imwechs
Yeah. Plenty of articles about it.

I know MSI has been testing it.

But at this time we aren't able to provide anything.
   I am hoping that something will be forthcoming in the next week. II have been preoccupied with my RX Vega card in trying to optimize my overclock. It is not easy. I have done best by using the Wattman balanced power settings . I have my card under water with the Alphacool Eiswolf GPX Pro block for RX Vega.  My temps at idle are 18 Celcius for gpu and 20 Celcius for the hotspot. Under full load at 4K my temps NEVER go above 41 Celcius. So that should leave a little room for overclocking. Just a real pain trying to get anywhere. I have tried quite a few variants with zero luck. A side benefit of the gpu water block are my thermals in the case are better and I have eliminated  post problems associated with windows restarts. My m.2 NVME drive lies directly under the graphics card so that was good news. I hope you have enjoyed the quiet spell here.

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 on: Today at 21:27:38 
Started by cobalt - Last post by jcioffi88
when reading the subject of this post that was the first thing i thought of before i read your post. is there a way to set the pcie lanes to 3.0 x 8 instead of 16 for the gpu in the bios? i also had a 970 and a pcie nvme ssd that worked fine as soon as i installed the driver for it. Don't know about pascal cards

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 on: Today at 21:23:48 
Started by krille - Last post by krille
Nevermind. I figured it out through some googling. The steps are as follows, if anyone else is interested. I have Windows 10 pro b.t.w
  • In Windows, open msconfig.exe
  • On the Boot tab, check the box for Boot in Safe Mode, click apply and OK, then close msconfig.
  • The computer will prompt you to restart, click OK
  • During restart, go into the BIOS (click and hold either Delete or F2 depending on your motherboard)
  • In the BIOS, select the Advanced tab and go to Drive Configuration
  • Select RAID
  • Save changes and exit the BIOS.
  • The computer will restart and Windows will boot in safe mode. While it is booting in safe mode, Windows will install the RAID drivers. You can check it in Device Manager under Storage Controllers.
  • Open msconfig again and unckeck Boot in Safe Mode
  • Windows will prompt you to restart. This time Windows will boot normally with RAID enabled.
  • This is what I did and after that boot into bios and succesfully creating the raid0 with the two samsungdisks.

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 on: Today at 21:20:50 
Started by OliverG - Last post by OliverG
It says released on the 30th Nov, but when i built this system last weekend it wasn't there! LiveUpdate doesn't show it either....

Anyway, thanks! Will update and get back to you.

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 on: Today at 21:19:11 
Started by alexeyk94 - Last post by jcioffi88
hmmm.. i never knew that there was z170 boards that used ddr3

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 on: Today at 21:17:49 
Started by Svet - Last post by Svet
This topic has been moved to GAMING Motherboards.

https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=296388.0

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 on: Today at 21:18:25 
Started by baylenmcadoo - Last post by baylenmcadoo
Yes, I have been trying to get their software to work since the first beta version was released. Same results through even the newest version. Either I get No Trident Z ram found or the GUI on the program only works 1% of the time and only will control one of the ram modules 

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 on: Today at 21:17:16 
Started by teo_dore - Last post by Svet
what PSU you are using?
see >>Posting Guide<<

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 on: Today at 21:11:52 
Started by info - Last post by Svet
msi fast boot or fast boot can disable those keys for faster booting

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 on: Today at 21:11:19 
Started by OliverG - Last post by Svet
try latest version 1.7
https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/support/X299-SLI-PLUS

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