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 on: Today at 10:34:07 
Started by Dragoonyang - Last post by frank.tf.tsai
The drop-down hinge is very interesting! Games could become more immersive.

 22 
 on: Today at 10:27:13 
Started by mushroomking10 - Last post by whitecat8890
If my memory serves me right, Origin did have some sales too, but not quite often.

 23 
 on: Today at 10:25:04 
Started by skigeno - Last post by frank.tf.tsai
DisplayPort provides a higher resolution at a similar price.

 24 
 on: Today at 10:23:26 
Started by nickolasariel - Last post by whitecat8890
Get rid of Killer Control Center......Get rid of Killer Control Center......Get rid of Killer Control Center......Get rid of Killer Control Center......Get rid of Killer Control Center......Get rid of Killer Control Center......Get rid of Killer Control Center......Get rid of Killer Control Center......Get rid of Killer Control Center......Get rid of Killer Control Center......Get rid of Killer Control Center......Get rid of Killer Control Center......Get rid of Killer Control Center......Get rid of Killer Control Center......Get rid of Killer Control Center......Get rid of Killer Control Center......
Really?
Is that the problem of Killer Control Center?
But when he went to his friend's place, nothing happened.

 25 
 on: Today at 10:17:35 
Started by mrbrowning - Last post by free103486
As far as I know, the zip file usually included the how-to guide.
Refer to the file to update the EC should be alright.

 26 
 on: Today at 10:15:29 
Started by yujinchia - Last post by whitecat8890
I'm also curious about this.
And I know that WS65 does have TPM, but not so sure for GS75.

 27 
 on: Today at 10:11:23 
Started by mountaindew4u2 - Last post by LBJistherealchamp
Hi,

Thanks for providing the log file.
According the to log file, the motherboard should be controlled by Mystic Light successfully. 
This could be a LED firmware issue.
We probably have to wait a while for a fix through either a firmware/software update.

 28 
 on: Today at 10:09:37 
Started by sadanandkshatriya - Last post by sadanandkshatriya
Dave over @ HIDevolution has a teardown video.....https://youtu.be/RISGYh5AjB4
As this adventure involves a board flip, do the RAM at the same time.
Put all your stuff on an external drive, is how it all starts.
Read and Post HERE:   http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/gs65-stealth-thin-8rf-upgrade-ram-and-ssd.815373/
Thank you for your reply. But unfortunately there is no guidance in case there are 2xM.2 SSD installed in RAID 0.
The problem in RAID 0 is that the data is devided in 2 drives.

 29 
 on: Today at 10:07:04 
Started by caribba - Last post by caribba
Yes, but then why write that by updating the Management Engine firmware the system is going to support Skylake Refresh (the early name of Kaby Lake)?

 30 
 on: Today at 09:32:59 
Started by alexandre.fillard - Last post by anneht
Check this link:
https://storage-asset.msi.com/global/picture/faq/10012015@2018-0208-1152-303101@faq_01117_en.pdf
For your model, there're only 3 slots: two combo slots and one SATA slot.
If both of your SSDs on Slot 2 and Slot 3 are PCIe SSD, the remaining one should be the SATA slot.

Regarding the picture you provided, well if there's no connector, it's not a slot then.

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