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  1. Thanks for the reply. I didn't really think that It could be the CPU seeing as it runs fine in the BIOS and safe mode (according to the repair guy). I unfortunately don't have a test bench or a second system, so I might just have to buy a new CPU with a return policy if I wanna test that component. Also, the temperatures for the CPU are fine.
  2. So after 1 month of working perfectly fine, out of nowhere my PC has begun to aggresively blue screen like 2 minutes after I turn it on. Everytime there is a different error message, and I can't even keep the thing on long enough to try and troubleshoot it. At first I thought I was the RAM. All the error messages were pointing towards the RAM. So I went out and bought some new sticks, and lo and behold, it's still blue screening. I've tried resetting the CMOS battery, and when I tried to reinstall windows, it blue screened during the setup. Finally, I decided to go out and buy a new motherboard. Again, blue screened while installing windows. This is ridiculous, and I have no idea what the issue could possibly be. Even the repair shop dude told me it's the RAM. The only other thing I could think of is that my Graphics card is defective but I honestly have no idea at this point. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I can post dump files if anyone wants.Specs are as follows:RTX 2070 STRIXRYZEN 5 2600X16GB 3200MHZ HYPERX FURY (TRIED REPLACING WITH 16GB 3000MHZ CORSAIR VENGEANCE LPX)AORUS B450 PRO MOTHERBOARD (TRIED REPLACING WITH MSI PRO SERIES B450-A PRO)GIGABYTE P650B POWER SUPPLY500GB WD NVME
  3. I thought this was for VR headsets? Either way it's already set to 1.
  4. I'm not even seeing this option in my nvidia global settings.
  5. I recently built a new PC and I've noticed micro stuttering in most of my games (still perfectly playable, but very annoying). The thing is, when I reboot the PC, it goes away, at least for a while. The only other time it's gone away is when I updated my graphics drivers and nvidia does that screen reset thing it always does when you update drivers. I have no idea what's triggering it or why it comes back. Sometimes, there's no micro stuttering at all on a 15 hour boot, and sometimes, it starts happening after 4 hours. I don't think it's a latency issue or a problem with the monitor, as afterburner's graphs show fps dips during the microstutter. I'm seriously stumped here and have no idea what could be causing this. Rainbow Six and Witcher are my primary benchmark games, as I know that i'm supposed to be able to run those games super smooth at 100+fps, so the dips are more noticeable. Things I've tried: Intellingent standby list cleaner playing with BIOS settings updating OS, all drivers All temps are fine My (relevant) specs: RTX 2070 STRIX Ryzen 2600x 16gb 3200mhz ram 500gb WD NVME drive Gigabyte p650b PSU (650watts) Aorus b450 pro motherboard BenQ GW2470 monitor
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