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Ok good. Always keep that on. Doesn't hurt.
Disconnecting the battery internally (it can be completely removed, unlike some other MSI laptops, the entire battery is accessible and just held in place by some square thingies and tape) causes power to be limited to about 60% of max system power, due to hybrid power cutoff (these MSI laptops still use battery boost (called NOS), to combine battery and system power, from when the 180W PSU's were not sufficient on GT72s). There is a way to prevent this from happening with the battery disconnected, but requires writing a few values to three EC RAM registers to trick the EC into thinking the battery is still connected (again I do not know how SLI systems are affected by battery hybrid cutoff).
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How do i reset TS ? i've tried it as OC @ 4.3 then pushed some reset button , now every time i turn it on it brings everything to stock until restart...
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Ok good. Always keep that on. Doesn't hurt.
Disconnecting the battery internally (it can be completely removed, unlike some other MSI laptops, the entire battery is accessible and just held in place by some square thingies and tape) causes power to be limited to about 60% of max system power, due to hybrid power cutoff (these MSI laptops still use battery boost (called NOS), to combine battery and system power, from when the 180W PSU's were not sufficient on GT72s). There is a way to prevent this from happening with the battery disconnected, but requires writing a few values to three EC RAM registers to trick the EC into thinking the battery is still connected (again I do not know how SLI systems are affected by battery hybrid cutoff).
You think there might be just software to disable battery? All my tools are locked in storage and its a drag to get to, and i really dont want to take this thing apart even though i need to , wanna change my main 256Gb SSD to 1TB i got laying around.
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No.
Well, i guess if i decide to change the SSD i'll disconnect the battery then . Thanx again.
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Hey everyone.

I'd like to ask owners of MSI 1070 Gaming X if these models have any problems that one should know of, or be aware of before purchase?

I'm planning to buy this model in upcoming weeks. I have been waiting so far for AIB Vega 56, but it seems the prices will be crazy, especially here in Eastern Europe.
The MSI Gaming X will cost me just under 480€, might even go bit lower, and this is the price I'm okayish with.

I currently have MSI R9 380 and I'm very happy with its cooler, so I'd thought I will continue with MSI.
I have also looked at EVGA, but I remember something about their coolers not cooling VRMs properly? The one I can buy is EVGA GeForce GTX 1070 FTW GAMING ACX 3.0, is this the problematic one? Or any other models you guys could recommend?

Thanks

/Edit:
Looking a bit more in the store, the MSI 1070 Ti is just 533€. I think that would be better purchase? Would my CX550 PSU be enough for OCed Ti?
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Hey everyone.

I'd like to ask owners of MSI 1070 Gaming X if these models have any problems that one should know of, or be aware of before purchase?

I'm planning to buy this model in upcoming weeks. I have been waiting so far for AIB Vega 56, but it seems the prices will be crazy, especially here in Eastern Europe.
The MSI Gaming X will cost me just under 480€, might even go bit lower, and this is the price I'm okayish with.

I currently have MSI R9 380 and I'm very happy with its cooler, so I'd thought I will continue with MSI.
I have also looked at EVGA, but I remember something about their coolers not cooling VRMs properly? The one I can buy is EVGA GeForce GTX 1070 FTW GAMING ACX 3.0, is this the problematic one? Or any other models you guys could recommend?

Thanks

/Edit:
Looking a bit more in the store, the MSI 1070 Ti is just 533€. I think that would be better purchase? Would my CX550 PSU be enough for OCed Ti?

I have one and got it in July 2016. It was one of the first Micron memory cards to hit the market and suffered fro the Micron bug that was resolved in the firmware update that was released in Nov 2016.

 

Having solved the micron Bug, It has been a great Card.

 

EVGA cards tend to hit power limits early and I would not recommend them because of that.

 

The Asus Strix is a good card to have a look at.

 

Having said that, they will all perform roughly the same. the extra money generally buys you a slightly better cooler 

 

Don't forget to look at 1080 prices as well. As it is not a new card any more, there are discounts around that are not being applied to the 1070TI which is a new release.

 

I assume that you are not running an HEDT x299/TR systems. For mainstream systems, 550W for a single 1070 should be fine, The MSI 1070 with an OC will pull about 250W. The 1070TI will not be pulling much more than that so it should also be OK. 

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Thank you gtbtk for reply.

I did also look at ASUS Strix cards, but their prices are messed up here. Both 1070 variants cost 523€ and 538€ (normal and OC) and the 1070 Ti cost almost 560€.
Gigabyte models are also bit cheaper but I had really long and frustrating RMA with them on my previous GPU, so I'm avoiding them.

I think I'll go with the MSI 1070 Ti, it should give me enough performance at 1080p even for newer games smile.gif

Thanks again
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Thank you gtbtk for reply.

I did also look at ASUS Strix cards, but their prices are messed up here. Both 1070 variants cost 523€ and 538€ (normal and OC) and the 1070 Ti cost almost 560€.
Gigabyte models are also bit cheaper but I had really long and frustrating RMA with them on my previous GPU, so I'm avoiding them.

I think I'll go with the MSI 1070 Ti, it should give me enough performance at 1080p even for newer games smile.gif

Thanks again

The fan quality on the gigabyte cards has been a bit marginal.

 

If the Asus cards are stupid prices, I would by pass them by too. I am really pleased with the MSI cooler on my 1070. It is quiet even at 100% fan and very effective. With a side panel fan under load I an at mid 50 degrees. Without the extra fan in am in low 60s

 

If the difference in price is only 30 euro, then I would go the TI card. With an overclock, it is faster than a stock 1080 and the more powerful the card, the longer it will last before obsolescence.

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Tried everything i know of so far these are the results
4.3 with XTU

4.2 XTU Uninstalled so pure BIOS

4.1 BIOS EVERYTHING ELSE FACTORY DEFAULT Voltage and Power seems to be most stable

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