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About kip_2848

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  1. I am confused even further. I am attaching photos from some other laptops that I have. So, All my laptops have screen bleeding or is this not screen bleeding at all? This is the one I recently bought - MSI gf65 Other lenovo laptop:
  2. Yes, even I couldnt find anything on it going away on its own. So, it there anyway to explain why did it go away on its own? Because when I return the product and some technician finds sees that there is no issue with this unit then I might have some problem with getting replacement or refund.
  3. Recently bought an MSI laptop GF65 thin. On second day, I noticed some backlight bleed which was even noticeable in naturally lit room. Below is the photo at 50% brightness in a dark room. 4 days later I noticed that the bleeding has absolutely gone. It is barely noticeable at 100% brightness in dark room. Is this common? Is this permanent? Should I get my unit replaced? Also, on a side note, I have redeemed some free digital game copies from Intel software offer and MSI website. Will this hinder with my refund process? Also, if my unit gets replaced will I be able to carry forward my games saves?
  4. What's curious is that the crash is caused by offloading the stress not during the stress. I would like to know what is causing it and if there is anyway to resolve this.
  5. System: MSI GF65 thin / i7-9750H / RTX 2060 mobile. Stop Overclocking utility: Intel XTU Stress test utility: Prime95 Voltage offset: -0.2V (Did not crash even after running the stress test for 2 hrs) How to replicate the issue: 1. Start stressing you CPU > Apply voltage offset after ~1min > Stop the stress test >CRASH! 2. Apply voltage offset without stressing your CPU Other observation: Whenever I decrease the voltage - instead of decreasing temperature, I see a increase in clock speed with temperature hovering around 91C. (I dont think this a good outcome, not sure though) Also, I successfully increased my GPU core clock by 160Mhz (Crashes at 175Mhz) & memory clock by 600MHz (Yet, to see the ceiling on this one). Question: 1. How do I resolve CPU undervolting issue? 2. Do these numbers look normal for mobile cpu & gpu? As in, am I frying my system here?
  6. My LG OLED does as well. You can try to play an mp4 DV file or stream from Netflix & Primevideo to see it.
  7. Yep, it is playing HDR10 not Dolby Vision. The only file which successfully played both DV & DA was the demo file inside my TV. Its extension is .lge and I couldnt find any way to copy it to external media to inspect it further.
  8. Yea hopefully it will all get sorted soon. I own all the compatible output equipment, waiting for the input technology to again catch up to the year 2016 when OPPO 203 got launched!!
  9. Yea. And even they cannot play dual layer DV. In which world this makes sense?! There are no Bluray players in the market which can utilize all the available resources Bluray can provide. Also, are you sure Bluray players can do DV Profile 5 + DA? Have tried any?
  10. I am sad to inform that after extensive research for last 6 hrs on forums, reddit, and googling - It is simply not possible to watch movies with Dolby vision and Dolby atmos at the same time unless you have OPPO 203/204 which is discontinued. The only other way to get them is through streaming services or through TV demo videos (works on LG OLED, not sure about others). So, what is the next best thing that we have?? (tested in LG OLED TV) 1. Dolby vision + AC3: You will have to use MP4 as the container. Recently MKV started supporting dolby vision as well but this is a recent development and therefore has not been extensively tested. 2. HDR10 + Dolby Atmos: Works with m2ts container. Wont detect DV even if it is encoded. 3. HDR10 + AC3: Works with MKV. Lastly, there is Sony UBP-X700/800/.... series of bluray players which probably support DV+DA but couldnt find anything definitive. Therefore, not sure. Also, even if they do, I am pretty sure they wont be able to play duel layer DV (profile 7). Last Lastly, No, you cannot solve this problem with Plex, Nvidia shield/pro, Kodi, etc. Each one will have one or the other limitation out of the 3 mentioned. I am posting here to see if anyone is using some really obscure - out of the box way to achieve this......Please do let me know. Thanks.
  11. I understand. I just did not want people to be dealing with my local currency conversions. Anyways, these are links to amazon.in as below: MSI: https://www.amazon.in/MSI-GP65-Leopard-9SD-459IN-9S7-16U121-459/dp/B08696L1JC/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=msi+gp65&qid=1594421026&sr=8-1 A15: Directly spoke with Asus dealer and I was informed that A15 with following spec (Asus TUF Gaming A15 Ryzen 7 Octa Core - (16 GB/512 GB SSD/1 TB HDD/Windows 10 Home/6 GB Graphics/NVIDIA Geforce GTX 1660 Ti) Gaming Laptop (15.6 inch, Fortress Grey, 2.30 kg)) will be coming out @ 128k INR Making A15 about 300 USD more expensive than MSI. Lastly, benchmarks that I posted below are exactly CPU-GPU config that we are trying to compare. You can see average FPS in MSI is better A15. Thank you for your help.
  12. Yes, you are correct. So, the thing is I was referring to variant which is available in my country which has 16gb ram + 256 NVME + 1TB SATA. (MSI GP65 Leopard 9SD-459IN) Took screenshot of closest variant from amazon.com so that the conversation could be universal. Also, if 4800H is not able to outperform i7-9750H while playing games then those multicores and threads are of no use to me. I will have to eat shit on that SSD but I more than happy to let that go for far more superior display quality and 5-10% bump in fps at lower cost.
  13. Sure. A15: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0863DFMV7/ref=twister_B086TMWGXY MSI: https://www.amazon.com/MSI-9SD-252-Gaming-i7-9750H-GTX1660Ti/dp/B0843H5ZXM/ref=sr_1_6?dchild=1&keywords=MSI+1660ti+laptop&qid=1594408411&sr=8-6