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 on: Today at 07:19:14 
Started by Dragoonyang - Last post by oktnight
RTX 2080 + gen 8 core i7 on slim GS75 ? I'm quite interested in its 3D performance delivered and heard about its long battery hour design. A larger touch pad is another key feature with silky smooth touch feeling, and more than 10 gestures of win10 also been covered.

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 on: Today at 07:11:44 
Started by Dragoonyang - Last post by oktnight
was expecting the new 17 inch gaming laptop followed the gs65, now the GS75 is there with per key RGB keyboard, haha, it's really a surprised one of overall RTX gaming series.

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 on: Today at 07:05:08 
Started by gw2altchapel - Last post by LBJistherealchamp
I also tried re-booting after I booted into Windows and it works with no problem. It only fails to boot when I change anything in BIOS and select Save & Reboot option. This was the same behavior before DIMM slots died on the first mobo before I RMA'ed. This motherboard seems to be a new one with a different serial number on the box and it worked fine the first day I tested settings on the BIOS and tested for stability on Memtest86.

If this is actually what happened, I would suspect that the PSU damaged the motherboard or other components.
What BIOS version did you use?

Things that I would try now, if the motherboard DIMM slots are still working properly
- Use a different pair of DRAM running at a default speed on the slots that you think are faulty to find out whether your current DRAMS (F4-3200C14D-16GFX) are faulty.
- Do the same test of changing a setting in BIOS and rebooting the system with a different BIOS version (7B89v13)

It is unlikely that you have got two faulty motherboards in a row, unless there was a PCB design issue on a hardware level.

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 on: Today at 07:04:38 
Started by Dragoonyang - Last post by oktnight
2.2 kg slim gaming laptop with long battery hour, it meets the demand for all day mobile workers and still packs with powerful hardware for smooth gaming experiences

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 on: Today at 06:45:53 
Started by jorellcaleb - Last post by pennknig
I shipped back this notebook (GS63VR Stealth-010) to MSI because of a broken CPU fan and it was sent back to me and the issue of CPU overheating was resolved. However, the SteelSeries Engine 3 software (provided from the 'GS63VR Stealth-010' support page) doesn't detect the built-in per key RGB keyboard. This was not an issue when I originally had the device and after countless uninstall/reinstalls of the keyboard drivers as well as SteelSeries Engine 3 software (full clean uninstall and reinstalls by the way) the issue still persists. I've also tested to see if the keyboard will be detected if I run the most recent version of SteelSeries Engine 3 and the version listed under the 'GS63VR Stealth-010' support page, however, the keyboard is not detected by the provided software on either versions. Just to note that the keyboard itself is functioning (FN+ f# buttons work as well), the main problem lies in the fact that the SteelSeries Engine 3 software doesn't detect the keyboard which means that I cannot set up backlighting or macros. Is there any way to fix this issue or is it a hardware problem that requires me to resend the notebook to MSI again?
There are 2 ribbon cables for the KB.
One is for the KB, the other is for the lighting.
Ether its connected and the ribbon is damaged, or its not connected.
Open it up and take a look, see if anything is amiss.
If all looks OK, submit a claim for damages during repair.
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 on: Today at 06:44:48 
Started by frank.tf.tsai - Last post by oktnight
It's the first time to see intel core i9 to be featured on mobile workstation, seems the calculation power is way too awesome!

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 on: Today at 06:41:43 
Started by survivallegend - Last post by pennknig
I only know the differences, on the paper. I haven't used any of those. But I see in the reviews/tests, Samsung's products are running much more smoothly and stable than the other brands. That's why just I want to buy Samsung. And in my country, 250GB 970 EVO M.2 Sata NVMe SSD is 1.5 times greater than Samsung 250GB 860 EVO M.2 SATA, in price. Also, in my currency account of a tech market, I have some money and I want to spend it first.
Should I wait for a while (for a discount to buy 970), or just go with 860?
I also want to state that I haven't got my laptop yet. The other bay (the only storage on the device) may be 7200 rpm, I don't know.
Samsung 970 EVO is a really good $ value for the GB purchased. 
Take some time to source it, watch out for eBay, there cloned stickers on generic M.2's.
I have 2x 970's, a WD and Intel in my GT75.
970 PRO is not good value for the $ ... Its good for bragging rights only (Benchmarking).

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 on: Today at 06:41:41 
Started by mccarthyp_28 - Last post by mccarthyp_28
When trying to reset I get the error messages:

1. Please make sure the disk partition's layout is factory default setting

2. Please make sure the current OS HDD is in the master HDD place

Do I need to reset disk partition layout and if so how do I go about that ?

Thanks in advance

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 on: Today at 06:33:51 
Started by knightedskull - Last post by pennknig
Thank you for the direction, however I cannot install the app, installer just crashes and gets stuck in a loop of retrying.   No idea what the error is but at least it did not Bluescreen.   Do you have a tut or link to the tutorial on trying to remove/reinstall from scratch?  I thought I did it earlier, as it used to have synaps drivers but now its on ELAN, or so device manager says.
Ummm ... You still have a broken W10, nothing was fixed.
For the amount of time you have spent messing about with this, you could have a clean install and be up and running.
You could spend at least another week with this.
A pc service shop will spend no more than 1 hr troubleshooting and fix ... IF THAT. Generally its an immediate ... DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /CheckHealth ... Failing that its a Repair Install, failing that its a Clean Install.
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 on: Today at 06:33:26 
Started by survivallegend - Last post by survivallegend
I only know the differences, on the paper. I haven't used any of those. But I see in the reviews/tests, Samsung's products are running much more smoothly and stable than the other brands. That's why just I want to buy Samsung. And in my country, 250GB 970 EVO M.2 Sata NVMe SSD is 1.5 times greater than Samsung 250GB 860 EVO M.2 SATA, in price. Also, in my currency account of a tech market, I have some money and I want to spend it first.
Should I wait for a while (for a discount to buy 970), or just go with 860?
I also want to state that I haven't got my laptop yet. The other bay (the only storage on the device) may be 7200 rpm, I don't know.

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