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 on: Today at 07:14:36 
Started by seven_oclock_teng - Last post by seven_oclock_teng
hi everyone!

my graphic card gtx 1060 armor 6gb ocv1
S/N : 602-V328-070B1611004381

I did a mod bios and forgot to backup the bios. when the pc turn on it show "PLEASE POWER DOWN AND CONNECT PCIe POWER CABLE(S) FOR THIS GRAPHICS CARD. I did connect 8pin pcie both gpu and psu.

this problem occurred when failed flashing. I tried to flash again nvflash showed a "power alert asserted" error. Im tried flashing with other bios with command nvflash64 -6 --nopowerchk gp106.rom but the problem still exist.

 on: Today at 07:11:48 
Started by scrane5757 - Last post by scrane5757
yes it does, it or some other software changed the safe boot setting in bios, found the problem now fixed and it works great

 on: Today at 07:08:11 
Started by scrane5757 - Last post by scrane5757
found the problem on my z390-a pro board was the safe boot setting, windows 10 or some other software changed it. just change it from standard to custom and set the factory key setting. had to clear cmos to get in the bios. hope that helps anyone with the same problem. it worked great until 2 weeks ago and was skipping the hit delete to enter bios menu. I didn't change the setting, some software did or the board reacted to some software. its great now.   :]

 on: Today at 07:03:46 
Started by sn4k3PT - Last post by sn4k3PT
My RTX2080 Sea Hawk is anoying me with the fan sound, when playing fan moves faster and this become even worst but also happens on idle...
I decide to open and investigate, you can actually see fan slow down near stop blades and then ramp up again. Now imagine listen that anoying inconstant sound all the time...
I tried with other fan, and same happens... However the blower (FAN0) doesn't suffer from that problem, so i guess the fan controller is not well designed.

I have made two videos, one from HWmonitor showing RPMs, and other from oscilloscope at RPM line, the 100% is never 100% by some reason, i guess msi not following the intel spec as i found a resistor about 20Kohm pullup from RPM to VCC, and maybe not using a open drain collector? Most fans are 25KHz at PWM line and we are observing 27KHz.
Tests was made at fixed 100% fan speed at MSI Afterburner, but lower speeds or auto speed does the same problem.

I attach GPU-Z screens:

There's a newer BIOS that i can try?
Need to find a solution as this is unsportable at higher fan speeds. I wish i can hook to MB headers and select GPU temp at bios, but not possible :(

Please MSI Team look at my oscilloscope data

 on: Today at 06:56:42 
Started by calypsoart - Last post by RaiderGamer
on for battery use and slow blinking for charging would have been more intuitive

the lights on the raider and apache are facing downwards and almost impossible to see, basically useless

 on: Today at 06:29:38 
Started by calypsoart - Last post by pennknig
I purchased a GS75 Stealth today at Best Buy.  However, after plugining it in the LED for battery/charge does not light. Am I missing something, or do I need to return it?

 on: Today at 06:12:12 
Started by calypsoart - Last post by RaiderGamer
i have raider and my bat led does not light plugged in or unplugged, it only lights when charging

wifi light is on cuz im on wifi and hard drive light is blinking from hdd activity

i dont have steelseries engine or scm installed

if your getting none of those lights at all then try updating bios and ec firmware and resetting ec.

otherwise exchange it


make sure you check everything on the laptop in the first week and exchange it if anything is wrong

check every port and check the screen to see how bad the backlight bleed is, and benchmark it etc...
this bench might require an external display to bench the nvidia gpu

personally i would do a clean install of windows and drivers too

here is some good video players:


 on: Today at 05:58:01 
Started by calypsoart - Last post by calypsoart
I purchased a GS75 Stealth today at Best Buy.  However, after plugining it in the LED for battery/charge does not light. Am I missing something, or do I need to return it?

 on: Today at 05:52:03 
Started by mikeburnsinnovate - Last post by mikeburnsinnovate
I have an i9 9900k with the Meg z390 Ace

all is working great - I upgraded the bios to the latest 7B12v15 so I can support new ram.

I am getting error 55 and it won't boot.

I can swap back to my original 32 GB (4x8) and all works & boots no prob.

The ram I have is:
4x32GB Crucial RAM Memory DDR4 2666mhz (CT32G4RFD4266)

EVGA SuperNOVA 1300 G2 1300W 80 Plus Gold

GTX 1080

Any suggestions?


 on: Today at 05:28:44 
Started by riverajose78 - Last post by riverajose78
would i be able to flash the bios with the clear cmos button or do i have to update the bios by using a gen 1 or 2 ryzen cpu.

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