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About Generallee

  • Title
    60% of the time, it works every time.
  • Birthday Jan 31, 1994

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  • Interests
    Cars, cars, cars
  • Occupation


  • CPU
    Intel Core i7 6700HQ
  • Motherboard
    MSI GT62VR 6RE Laptop
  • RAM
    32 Gb DDR4
  • GPU
    Nvidia GTX 1070 @ 1900 Mhz
  • Storage
    256G M.2 SSD, 1Tb HDD
  • Display(s)
    1080p G-Sync
  • Cooling
    Two noisy ass fans
  • Keyboard
  • Mouse
    Cyborg RAT7, G700
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. You can keep your condescending replies to yourself mate.
  2. Get a 2012 Mbp, slap an SSD and 16gigs of ram and you should be alright. Its what I used in my dj'ing days with a DDJ SX. Never let me down once.
  3. I know that some iPhone 6s had this problem, in some extreme scenarios they would refuse to charge or charge very slowly. It was traced down to a lithium charging chip inside the phone called a Tristar. This would manifest if users used cheap counterfeit or some car chargers instead of the original charger. Now i dont know much about Razer phones, but my guess would be either the charger going bad or the battery.
  4. But yours just soudns like standard trickle charging Your charger may be defective, trickle charging isnt supposed to make the phone go beep when it reaches 100%
  5. Nah m8, a GPU failing looks more like a bowl of smashed peas smeared across your screen for .01 seconds then black screen and full speed gpu fans. Or you know, artifacts. You could try to roll back your drivers, or enable/disable Gsync if you have a compatible monitor. It could be anything.
  6. This reminds me of the R9 290, it had the same exact problem and it was discovered that the stock memory clock was too high for the Elpida chips on board. A solution was to basically modify the vBios and flash the card which eliminated the problem without impacting performance. I do not know if this procedure could be used on an Nvidia GPU, but you can at least try this : underclock your card both core and memory, try a stress test and see if it goes black after some time. You could also try the card on a different computer if that's possible.
  7. Dont hurt to try, also check if there is any bios update just in case
  8. Well that doesnt correlate at all, either your motherboard itself on a hardware level is messed up, which is unlikely since it'snew but still possible, or your bios is somehow not reporting the voltage well. Try a cmos reset maybe
  9. Maybe the bios is badly reporting the voltage, Do you have some temperature figures?
  10. Isnt the motherboard the most probable culprit here ?
  11. Depends on what you want to setup You can use 3.5mm jack to RCA and connect your PC's soundcard to your Receiver, Or you can use an Optical cable.
  12. My MSI GT62Vr had the same problem out of the box, turned out it was caused by all the bloatware installed in it from the factory. A good bit of CCleaner, a bit of undervolting using Intel's XTU and Afterburner (You can search for tutorials here), and a good laptop cooler and you're good to go.
  13. This sounds weird, can you post some pictures of the CPU ?