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 on: Today at 04:05:25 
Started by jlpservicesinc - Last post by jlpservicesinc
https://photos.app.goo.gl/nkQDK8J3kgiagowW6

Lets try this again.  Thanks for checking David.

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 on: Today at 04:04:26 
Started by DMH_Lexius - Last post by david
Hi DMH_Lexius,

If you switch back to your headphones, is the audio normal again? If the answer is "yes", then it means that the problem is isolated to just the built-in speakers and not the entire audio system. You may need to contact MSI Support for further help. They don't participate in these forums, but you can reach them via the "Service" menu at the top.

Kind regards, David

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 on: Today at 04:03:13 
Started by davidrsullivan - Last post by davidrsullivan
Hi Nichrome, I reached out to MSI 2 weeks ago on the Trident 3 9th, with no response.

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 on: Today at 03:51:45 
Started by jlpservicesinc - Last post by david
... Use the link I posted to check out the photo's. ...

Hi Jennifer,

You wrote that you didn't think the link worked. I can confirm that. I tried it when you first posted it and I tried it again just now. The link goes to your Facebook page but the computer photos are not visible. But I don't use social media sites like Facebook, so it could simply be that I don't know how to use it. Or maybe the photos are not visible because I'm not registered with Facebook.

Kind regards, David

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 on: Today at 03:47:09 
Started by fusilero735 - Last post by fusilero735
Yes... Multiple times. What discussed me most is that before getting all excited to remove excess  oolong paste it ran like a Swiss watch. I will have another go tomorrow at the pins may have missed something. Will bone up on every YouTube video I can find.

 6 
 on: Today at 03:30:25 
Started by Moridin_Au - Last post by ipman1
In Windows 10 this pad is show like it be Xbox 360 pad.

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 on: Today at 03:25:56 
Started by crstllracing231.alt - Last post by ipman1
Temperature is issue ADATA says the max operating temp is 70C,you have 88C it would be throttling hard., this disk work correct only below 70C . SX6000 is low end model by the way, a lot of people have problem whit sx6000, low speed, high temperature.

Only way to avoid throttling is to make some radiator modifications.

My advice sell this disk, buy some like this:
https://www.goodram.com/en/products/irdm-ultimate-pcie-m-2-ssd/

MLC, 5 years warrany. Whit radiator works faster, in notebook whitout radiator work slower.


Red line speed  whit radiator
Black line speed whitout radiator.

  • typ: M.2 2280 / AiC HHHL
  • interfejs: PCI-Express 3.0 x4 / NVMe
  • controler: Phison PS5007-E7
  • memory: Toshiba MLC NAND
  • transfer data good for compresion:
    • 120 GB: 2900/2200 MB/s
    • 240 GB: 2900/2200 MB/s
    • 480 GB: 2900/2200 MB/s
  • transfer data hard to compresion:
    • 120 GB: 2300/1450 MB/s
    • 240 GB: 2750/1500 MB/s
    • 480 GB: 2500/1500 MB/s
  • in out operation:
    • 120 GB: 133 000/176 000 IOPS
    • 240 GB: 235 000/260 000 IOPS
    • 480 GB: 235 000/270 000 IOPS

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 on: Today at 02:30:23 
Started by xuedan.ivy - Last post by xuedan.ivy
Thanks. mate. 

I am sorry the color went wrong.  very surprised you read everything.

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 on: Today at 02:01:29 
Started by kuplo - Last post by kuplo
Thanks for the help, looks like I've already got the best CPU for this mainboard.

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 on: Today at 01:56:13 
Started by ddeforation - Last post by shaunmw
yep he has a GS75 which is the stealth - same model as mine.

My fans bumped up to 2700 rpm with the updates so I would imagine the same would apply to his once updated.

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