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post #21 of 60
Quote:
Originally Posted by traveler;15503002 
I was wondering what that MSI BurnRecovery icon was all about. So it burns the hidden partition with the factory OEM to optical. Good to know. I'll have to do that soon.

Why didn't you create an image of all your stuff as is? That would have saved tons of time?


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To use MSI burn recovery you just need 3 blank DVD's,

My laptop is just factory spec so the burn recovery was good enough for my needs biggrin.gif

been playing with the MSI afterburner today and been clocking the graphics card and wtching temps.

What have others ben getting on the 570m???


Mine are Core clock 729Mhz, shader Clock 1458Mhz, Memory Clock 1950Mhz temps max have been 65c that's what MSI fterburner has shown me

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post #22 of 60
I have yet to download AfterBurner. It's on the list though.




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post #23 of 60
Also just to add to this I have bf3 and was unable to play it with the driver for the 570m that came wth the laptop frown.gif as it waa crashing after few ecs and temp were max 39c (no overclock). I am now running the 285.6 driver and now I am unable to ue the MSI TDE button frown.gif hopefully MSI will make there own update driver shortly.
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post #24 of 60
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Originally Posted by traveler;15451706 
OK ... the GT780DXR just arrived.

I'm concerned now about an initial backup. Is that what the F3 function key is all about?


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F3 is just a recovery option that fixes any errors, if you have something major go wrong and you need to format the complete laptop you wajnt to have run MSI burn recovery before this as it will basically make 3 DVD's that will take the laptop back to the pre-installed factory settings after a complete format.
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post #25 of 60
Just some more infor for the thread with regards to overclocking the 570m GPU

http://www.overclock.net/nvidia/1156348-nvidia-570m.html

3d marks vantage score P17920 3DMarks with physx on

http://3dmark.com/3dmv/3625827

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Edited by James5 - 11/5/11 at 4:26pm
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post #26 of 60
Oh! The 570m is like an underclocked 768MB GTX 460 instead of the regular thing? That makes more sense. tongue.gif

Still though, beastly little card. biggrin.gif

Oh and play something that's a bit more taxing like AvP with Vsync off or Dead Island with the same settings and Vsync off. If that card doesn't get hot with that setup I'll be impressed. biggrin.gif
Edited by Imglidinhere - 11/3/11 at 11:53am
     
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post #27 of 60
Quote:
Originally Posted by Imglidinhere;15558750 
Oh! The 570m is like an underclocked 768MB GTX 460 instead of the regular thing? That makes more sense. tongue.gif

Still though, beastly little card. biggrin.gif

Oh and play something that's a bit more taxing like AvP with Vsync off or Dead Island with the same settings and Vsync off. If that card doesn't get hot with that setup I'll be impressed. biggrin.gif


Still not bad for a laptop biggrin.gif

I am about to get dead island so will turn the setting's up and report biggrin.gif
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2x 750gb 7200.4rpm Sata2 RAID 0 Blue ray Player Windows® 7 Home Premium 64bit 17.3" Full HD Anti-reflective Display (16:9; 1920 
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post #28 of 60
Anyone know if an i7 2820 can be used in the gt780dxr without fault??
Edited by James5 - 11/6/11 at 1:27pm
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post #29 of 60
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Originally Posted by James5;15595425 
Anyone know if an i7 2820 can be used in the gt780dxr without fault??

Just answered the question myself and yes it will work:D
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post #30 of 60
I can max out Dead Island on my 460m; maxing it out on the 570m is a given. Engine looks beautiful... Oh and make sure you don't think that game is like Left 4 Dead 2. You can't generally kill everything in one hit... as I'm sure you'll find out after the tenth time you are killed... tongue.gif
     
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