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Posted by: Huskerguy
« on: February 19, 2013, 07:01:22 »

I want to use this laptop so bad but the video card keeps crashing.  I've been going back and forth with nvidia about the issue and they're telling me to download all the old drivers for this laptop from msi.  My benchmarks are ridiculously low, like 2500 on 3dmark and the core clock is only reading 324. 
Posted by: Ette Lirvag
« on: August 24, 2012, 17:26:15 »

I just got my MSI GT70 with this NVIDIA GTX 680M card, but there are several issues:
- In Windows Experience Index, only the Intel Video is recognized, NO SIGN of the dedicated card as before in all models! MSI said this is NORMAL and no video card will be shown. This, of course, brings down the Experience Index as well, significantly!!!
- I've run SEVERAL benchmark tests in 3D Mark Vantage, but barely got over the 20,000 mark!
- In the "Heaven" benchmark, again, only the Intel video showed up, no sign anywhere of the dedicated high-end NVIDIA card. Before you ask, YES, I've confirmed it that it is in the unit installed, but the program wouldn't see it.
- Other CPU and GPU programs, yet again, only the Intel chipset shows up.
- There was one program (I already removed it and can't recall the name), the NVIDIA was listed, but no memory bank or capacity was recognized.
- MSI told me that there is NO WAY of activating the 680M card to be the main, prime and only video card in the system. Then what the heck is it around for anyways?
- The Intel chipset indicates only 64MB of dedicated video! GREAT!!! I've got a laptop with a great video card, but I can't use or activate it for video playback or multi-display situations.

In summary, I'm looking for a way to ACTIVATE this video card to be the primary display provider instead of the Intel chipset. If anyone has ideas how to do that, please post a reply. Thanks!
Posted by: Roudy
« on: July 24, 2012, 02:51:24 »

If this is true then the HD7970M seems to be unbeatable. 8)
Posted by: Robert
« on: June 07, 2012, 23:06:12 »

MSI is making high end gaming laptop now, nice
Posted by: taranoa
« on: June 07, 2012, 16:09:46 »

Since the GTX 680m is only capable to achieve about 1600 points without any tesselation there will be a huge difference in performance as the HD7970m got 1600 points with enabled tessalation with use of a 2820 cpu.
http://www.aw-community.com/forum/f15/fehler-awardspace-2682-4.html
Posted by: Jojo Kracko
« on: June 06, 2012, 14:52:14 »

This 680M version better have Optimus enabled this time if they want to make a sale to me.
Posted by: Redaktion
« on: June 06, 2012, 09:39:05 »

Notebookcheck had the unique opportunity at Computex 2012 to perform a short but live benchmark of the Nvidia GeForce GTX 680M in the upcoming MSI GT70 powerhouse

http://www.notebookcheck.net/GeForce-GTX-680M-benchmaked-on-MSI-GT70.75856.0.html

 
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