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AkSo2504

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About AkSo2504

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    Member

System

  • CPU
    i7 8700k @4.7Ghz Vcore: 1.23V
  • Motherboard
    Asus Z370-F Strix
  • RAM
    2x8GB 3000MHz Corsair Vengeance
  • GPU
    Asus RTX 2070 Strix OC
  • Case
    Be quiet! Dark Base 700
  • Storage
    Samsung 850 Evo 500gb
  • PSU
    Be quiet! Straight Power 600W
  • Display(s)
    Zowie XL2411P 144hz
  • Cooling
    Be quiet! Dark rock 3
  • Keyboard
    Razer Ornata
  • Mouse
    Roccat Kone Pure Optical
  • Sound
    Hyperx Cloud 2
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. AkSo2504

    Is some micro-stuttering normal?

    thx for your answer. It doesnt really bother me that much because its not happening that often and really small stutters, i just wanted to know if its normal. And i think from what i have heard most of the people have them that rare like me. If your just normally playing it doesnt really make the experience worse because theyre so short.(i know people that sometimes have stutters that are seconds long)
  2. AkSo2504

    Is some micro-stuttering normal?

    Hello, how the title already says, o want to ask if its normal to have some micro-stutters in games. For me the stutters are pretty much the same for every game and usualy very short(but still noticable) and occur from time to time but not frequently, maybe like once every 20-30mins.
  3. AkSo2504

    Usb Stick front I/O

    it always stopped working after a few seconds except i did a quick format first
  4. AkSo2504

    Usb Stick front I/O

    Hello, i just stumbled accros a weird thing and i just want to ask if anyone else had this before and why. When i want to format my new Usb Stick in the front panel with a normal format after a few seconds windows wont see the stick anymore and cancel the formatting. When i do an quickformat(still in the front) and after that a normal format it works.
  5. AkSo2504

    i7 8700k 5Ghz OC

    so its nothing special what i have here? just bad luck with silicone lottery?
  6. AkSo2504

    i7 8700k 5Ghz OC

    oh yea sry i thought you answered to my answer
  7. AkSo2504

    i7 8700k 5Ghz OC

    i thought it was the other way around?! if i bought it afterwards it would be a bad chip for sure or have i misunterstood?
  8. AkSo2504

    i7 8700k 5Ghz OC

    i bought it before
  9. Hello, I wanted to overclock my i7 8700k to 5Ghz, but even with 1.37v its not stable. I used der8auers video to oc to 5ghz. 4.9Ghz i can achieve with 1.3v stable. Does anyone have a solution or is it just bad luck? CPU: Intel Core i7 8700kCooler: be quite! Dark Rock 3GPU: Asus RTX 2070 StrixRAM: 16GB Corsair Vengeance 3000MhzMB: Asus Z370-F StrixSSD: 500GB Samsung 850 evoPSU: 600W be quiet Straight Power 10 CM ModularCase: be quite! Dark Base 700OS: Windows 10 Pro
  10. Hello, i have OCed my system(memory with xmp), my i7 8700k to 4.7ghz. But i am getting the "cold boot bug" so when i press the power button the pc goes on off an on again and boots into windows. I have found out that the setting that is causing this is when i disable CPU SVID Support. Does anyone know how i can fix this?
  11. AkSo2504

    asus cold boot bug

    it just started again, without me changing anything, so thats kinda weird
  12. AkSo2504

    Cold Boot ASUS Maximus Hero XI

    having the same problem with z370-f strix, what voltage did u put on system agent and vccio? If its to low you pc will be unstable, but you can increase it when you get crashes
  13. Hello, maybe some of you are familiar with this problem: When the pc wasnt connected to electricity (for example over night) and i then press the power button, the pc goes on for a second, then off and the on again and boots normally. I have read about it in the Internet but have not found a solution that helped me. It has most likely to do with memory and testing its speeds and such things. Does someone know a solution? CPU: Intel Core i7 8700k @4,7GhzCooler: be quite! Dark Rock 3GPU: Asus RTX 2070 StrixRAM: 16GB Corsair Vengeance 3000MhzMB: Asus Z370-F StrixSSD: 500GB Samsung 850 evoPSU: 600W be quiet Straight Power 10 CM ModularCase: be quite! Dark Base 700OS: Windows 10 Pro
  14. i mostly game on my pc, i think i will use aida64 for stress testing, fpu:on means avx and fpu:off means non avx
  15. i think you mean the avx offset. i would love to use it but there is a well known problem with z370 boards and the avx offset triggering even when there is nothing running with avx. it likes to change between the avx offset ratio and the oc ratio in games all the time.
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