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Legodude50

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  1. Okay just took a stick out and nothing changed. Going to put it back in now. I was also wondering if maybe the type of ram it is is a problem? I’m not very informed in this topic but I’ve heard something about MHz speed of ram? Idk? If it helps the ram I’m using is by a brand called AVEXIR and it says on the label “8GBx4 DDR4-2400 C16 1.2V” it saying 8gbx4 is a bit interesting. Maybe this type of ram is designed to be quad channel; 4 sticks in at once? And perhaps the previous owner took one out? Just spit balling here
  2. I will take a ram stick out and reply back with any further development, thank you!
  3. I will take a ram stick out and comment back here with any further development, thank you!
  4. Hello to whom it may concern. I am new to this website but I’m at my wits end with this situation. So here’s the problem. I recently upgraded some stuff on my gaming rig. I upgraded from a GeForce GTX 980 to an RTX 2070 super. I’m running a i7-5820k with a Corsair water cooler single radiator. 3 sticks of 8GB DDR4 ram. 2 TB barracuda HDD, MSI X99 SLI plus motherboard. 750 watt Thermaltake power supply. Hooked up to an LG 27GL850 via DisplayPort. (By the way this problem is not due to any new components. Happened with old monitor and graphics card) I play mostly destiny 2 and borderlands 3 currently. And I’ve noticed that whenever I open the store and navigate different pages of the store my fps drops like crazy every time. I’ll go from 100+ to as low as 30. Yes it is very brief and bumps back up but still. Don’t think this is proper behavior. Also if you’re aware of destiny 2 at all whenever I decrypt a bright engram my fps drops like crazy while it opens. Everywhere I’ve read said I shouldn’t be CPU bottle necked. I got enough ram. Drivers are updated, windows are updated. I even tried hooking up an SSD and transferring the destiny 2 files over to it to see if maybe something would happen. No luck. I really hope someone can give me some advice. I just blew a grand on upgrading and a CPU/motherboard upgrade is out of the question for the near future. Thank you.
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