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    Ryzen 1600x
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    Asus B350m-k
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    8GB DDR4 2400 vengeance LPX
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    GTX 1060 6GB
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  1. This is only a issue in DirectX games, if it was a psu/power draw issue OpenGL and Vulkan games would crash too.
  2. I've been having the same issue for a year and tried everything you listed, I'll test this too and tell you if I see it work.
  3. for starters gpu z has a new feature where it can tell if a gpu is genuine or not, it would be what I test first and foremost. Also look at the other stats (if it's an actual 580) on there while you're at it and maybe even bench it and look at the general scores online (gpuz's site has an index if I'm not wrong). Stress test it and maybe use something like furmark on there, if there's anything faulty on it and the guy's tryna swap it out this must give it away but I wouldn't wouldn't entirely rely on it. I also wanna make it clear that I don't have any experience with second hand market.
  4. framerate and FPS are two different things now are they? higher frequency ram can improve performance in professional workloads all right. Hell they'll even give you an extra 10-20 fps in games. if you actually watched the videos of llt you would know that they did a ram speed analysis and its effect in framerate in games. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D_Yt4vSZKVk) OP here is not talking about workloads like that, he has clearly stated that he's seeing drastic underperformance for his gpu in normal games.
  5. I actually have 2400mhz as well and I run a 1600x, I don't run into framerate issues. the cause here seems to be something else Edit: yep, the reason is very likely to be the cpu. 2200g is a very serious bottle neck for a 1060. even a slight upgrade to 2400g might have helped. or maybe the game is rendering in your integrated graphics. please make sure that the game is rendering in your 1060
  6. AFAIK, cmon a fly can't do anything to your pc, it's (fly) pretty dry actually so there is no risk of shorting. chill out dude, you're over stressing.
  7. hey, since this is a GAMING laptop I'm gonna assume that it has 2 sodimm slots with only one currently filled. I looked it up (1min google) and your laptop has ddr4 2400mhz ram. that's all you need. just get another module of ddr4 2400mhz ram (sodimm) and you're good to go. based on your post it seems like you might have been considering replacing your existing 8gig module with a single 16gig module, let me tell you something... stop wasting memory and your money. go get another memory module since one of your slot is free as I told. ps: get a good branded one, reply if you want to confirm before buying the memory if you're unsure if it's right.
  8. install msi after burner to see all the metrics on OSD. you can see the frame rate and frame time there. even at high framerate the game might feel laggy due to high frame time, I don't know what causes it tho. maybe get a couple of screenshots of the values in OSD and post it here, we can find out the reason for most of the cases.