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 on: Today at 03:41:49 
Started by erwinagaliving - Last post by erwinagaliving
why i cant use nvidia gtx 1050ti in my notebook, i used msi gl62m 7rex,
before that the notebook is normal, and then i playing dota, but i have bad graphic, and then i check the configuration, i know why i have bad graphic, i just have 15-20 fps, and low quality
i think, i need reinstal the nvidia, but, nvidia can't instal, just seeing "not support windows".. after that i reinstal the windows, and then i have same problem. anyone can help for my problem? pls....

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 on: Today at 03:39:12 
Started by aguilarmontoya - Last post by Yang
Freesync is also work through HDMI.

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 on: Today at 03:35:28 
Started by janisjako94 - Last post by Yang
NVIDIA® GeForce GTX960 2GB GDDR5
https://www.msi.com/Desktop/Nightblade-MI/Specification

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 on: Today at 03:14:53 
Started by bfhjack - Last post by LBJistherealchamp
Hi,

If you want the Mystic Light software to control the CoolerMaster ML120R, the CPU cooler should be connected to the 3-pin header (JRAINBOW1) on the motherboard. And you will not need the USB cable at all, as Mysticl Light software will not detect the CPU cooler connected to a USB port. 

The link below show lists of RGB compatible devices with Mystic Light software (scroll down to the bottom of page to see the list)
https://www.msi.com/Landing/mystic-light-motherboard#sync

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 on: Today at 03:11:01 
Started by hectordolce - Last post by MichaelT.
Hi, I would like to know if the palm rest of the laptop MSI GF72 8RD-007XES is made of aluminum.
Plastic.
Even if you have a metal allergy, or not, covering aluminium or plastic with length of clear vinyl protection (Same as used on the front of cars) will prevent the surface being a finger print magnet.
GT75 .... finger print magnet, all plastic, looks ugly.

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 on: Today at 03:08:47 
Started by VENAXIS - Last post by VENAXIS
You know what, f*ck Intel. Removed the driver completely and restarted the computer. I think windows installed one automatically and everything works perfectly now. Thanks a lot for your time rbleroy91, really appreciated!

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 on: Today at 03:03:08 
Started by tdrare - Last post by MichaelT.
I agree 100% with you too, david. It's as though they're keeping this information secret so they can offer to do the upgrades themselves. The irony is that someone who would be only too happy to pay to let them do it is not reassured by the fact that they have no idea about how it would be done. In the absence of basic service instructions the answer to this question remains in the stars. I called the official MSI service center in my region about precisely this issue and they gave me no information other than to say "We can do that for you. It won't be a problem." Well, that just doesn't cut my cake.

Stay tuned guys. Detective Corona is on the case :)
I'm in Edmonton, MemEx has a new in Winnipeg West.
MemEx is an authorized sales/service depot, I purchased from them my GT75.
https://www.memoryexpress.com/Stores
Call them and ask for the service manager, ask ..... 1-866-922-6369
They are more pragmatic in their approach to sales/service.
But remember, this does NOT include doing a board flip to swap/upgrade RAM.

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 on: Today at 02:37:57 
Started by tdrare - Last post by Corona
They want users to ship their notebooks to an authorized MSI Service Center and pay them for all upgrades. It's very frustrating for those of us who want to do our own work.

I agree 100% with you too, david. It's as though they're keeping this information secret so they can offer to do the upgrades themselves. The irony is that someone who would be only too happy to pay to let them do it is not reassured by the fact that they have no idea about how it would be done. In the absence of basic service instructions the answer to this question remains in the stars. I called the official MSI service center in my region about precisely this issue and they gave me no information other than to say "We can do that for you. It won't be a problem." Well, that just doesn't cut my cake.

Stay tuned guys. Detective Corona is on the case :)

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 on: Today at 02:34:32 
Started by SirPenetrator - Last post by darkhawk
CMK16GX4M2B3000C15
I already checked it with the compatibility list. And it is compatible

No, I didn't. But I could. Do you have a recommendation how far I should go back? Just one update or to the first one ever released?
Sadly I don't remember which version it was when it worked... (XMP Option) :/

I don't doubt that it's compatible, I just wanted to be sure.

The best I can suggest is go back a few versions and see if it fixes it.

I guess another option is to put each stick into slot 1 by itself, and make sure they both work just fine.
Then put both sticks in and keep switching them around to see if there is a configuration that does work.

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 on: Today at 02:26:55 
Started by jakenielsen25 - Last post by LBJistherealchamp
Hi,

Corsair link is not a really accurate hardware monitoring software out there.
assuming you are talking about the CPU temp
Can you please try using HWinfo to check the cpu temperature?
Also, if the CPU temperature is at 80 degrees at idle, it is not a good sign and you would need a better cooling system.
CPU temperature should be around 30~50 degrees, when the cpu is at idle.
try applying fresh thermal paste on the CPU to cool down your 4-year-old CPU.

Hope this helps

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