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WhaSAAB713

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System

  • CPU
    Intel i7 8700K
  • Motherboard
    Asus Maximus X Hero - Wifi AC
  • RAM
    32GB G.Skill Trident Z RGB @3200.
  • GPU
    Asus ROG Strix GTX1080
  • Case
    Lian Li PC-011ROG
  • Storage
    2x 3TB Seagate Barracude in Raid 1
  • PSU
    Corsair RM850x
  • Cooling
    Corsair H100i V2, 6x Cooler Master Air Balance 120mm
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home

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  1. It must be on the old SSD, because I don't have an issue if it's disconnected.
  2. Found it, but switching it to UEFI only just makes the old drive my only option for booting. At this point, I'm tempted to just get a usb/sata adapter and plug the old drive into my laptop to wipe it.
  3. I've done that, somehow the old drive still overrides all of that.
  4. F8 was right, but if the old drive is connected clicking the drive I want to boot from just makes the screen flash once. If the old drive is disconnected, clicking on the drive I want to boot from boots from that drive.
  5. I found it in easy mode where I can boot straight from any drive and it works fine if the old drice is disconnected, but if it's connected it still gets overridden. Currently I'm booting straight from the new ssd and it's first in boot priority, but if the old drive in plugged in it overrides it all.
  6. I know what you mean, but I can't find it in my bios. F11 just takes me to the ez tuning wizard.
  7. I have, I set the new drive as #1 boot priority and windows boot manager still overrides it.
  8. Ok, I'm trying to upgrade from a 500G Sandisk SSD to a 250G Samsung NVMe SSD. I followed the instructions for Samsung's Data Migration software and successfully cloned my OS and my data from the old SSD to the new NVMe SSD. I've uninstalled the old SSD from my PC to ensure that my PC boots using the new drive, however I still want to wipe the old SSD and use it as a game library. But when I reinstall it in my PC so that I can wipe it Windows Boot Manager overrides my UEFI boot priority and boots from the old SSD, disabling the new one. How can I edit Windows Boot Manager to boot from the new one and not the old one so I can wipe the old drive?
  9. True, if I can hit 4.4 I'd be thrilled. But it hasn't quite been a pleasure having one yet, lol.
  10. Ok, I'll try using some other programs and see what happens. I'm not trying to do anything crazy, just shooting for 4.2GHz at 1.25V. I feel like that's pretty reasonable for this processor with a 240mm water cooler on it.
  11. I've heard that RealBench can stress the system in different ways than a lot of the other stress tests, could it just be the way that RealBench is testing it?
  12. It does stutter the same way, even at stock speeds. I have the RAM set to run at it's rated XMP settings.
  13. So I've been still messing around with my OC using RealBench to test it, and I've tried every combination of speed and voltage from 4.0-4.4GHz and 1.2-1.3V and I'm still getting small stutters 2-3 times per 15 stress test. Either I'm doing something wrong or my chip is a sad chip that can't even OC 300MHz. Thoughts?
  14. I've heard some not-so-great things about Prime95. I think LTT even mentioned it in one of their videos. I've got RealBench at the moment, but I don't mind paying for programs like 3DMark and AIDA64 if it means I can ensure that my system is stable.
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