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Rstolpe

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  1. Ok, well it's labeld 3 here MSI maybe are a little strange. So what I'll do is that I'll put my Windows disk at Slot 3 (the free one) Then the game one on the GPU and then the storage at the CPU.
  2. Then it's slot_3 that one is totally free, slot 2 is under GPU slot 3 is between GPU and CPU
  3. I'm confused one tells me Slot 1 the other slot 3
  4. Hi, I have three NVMe slots on my mobo (MSI meg z490 Ace) and I'm wondering which one is fastest? Is slot 3 the slowest one as it share the band with PCIe Express 3 slot? Reason why I'm wondering is because I want to have my OS and if possible the Game disk at the fastest slot and the storage one in the slower slot.
  5. I did get this replay from Intel now regarding the WHEA - I did contact them before I did write here in the forum. " The WHEA error seems to be an indication that a parity error was detected, likely in data arriving from memory. It could be in the processor cores, processor uncore or in graphics subsystem. This was a single-bit error, which is recoverable (can be reconstituted). If it had been a multi-bit error, it would have been more catastrophic. Neither of these other reports had anything to do with this WHEA error. They occurred days apart from the WHEA error. Should you be concerned? Yes. Is it the processor's fault? Likely. If it reoccurs, I would RMA the processor. " Reoccurs is that if it happens again right? English is not my main speaking. But I'm wondering also regarding: "The WHEA error seems to be an indication that a parity error was detected, likely in data arriving from memory" Does he mean that it can be the RAM? So basically the issue can be in my RAM if I do understand him right? Or do he mean the SSD?
  6. Well it seem that I will buy them your told me next month. What I have read it can increase FPS in games with 20-30?
  7. So the RAM that I was linking to don't work? I'm confused. I'll check out G.Skill.
  8. My Mobo do support this: CMK32GX4M2F4000C19 https://www.corsair.com/eu/en/Categories/Products/Memory/VENGEANCE-LPX/p/CMK32GX4M2F4000C19 Maybe I'll go for the CMK16GX4M2K4000C19 its the same as above but it has 2x8GB instead and if I buy 4x8GB I get 100Euro cheeper then 2x16GB Is that a good RAM set? Today I have: CMK64GX4M2E3200C16 https://www.webhallen.com/se/product/311673-Corsair-Vengeance-LPX-Black-64GB-2x32GB-3200MHz-DDR4-CL16-CMK64GX4M2E3200C16 The 3200GHz memorys has CL 16 and the 4000MHz has CL19
  9. Perfect! I don't overclock my CPU 10900k I'm on intel default BUT it's boosting to 5.0 to 5.3 and I can see it in HWiNFO64 it's never under 4.9GHz if it's not idling.
  10. Hi, Today I have Corsair Vengeance LPX Black 64GB (2x32GB) DDR4 / CL16 / 3200 MHz / DDR4 SDRAM ( CMK64GX4M2E3200C16 ) And I'm wondering if I get any performance boost if I upgrade to 4000MHz or 4400MHz memory with maybe better timings? 64GB is not must have 32GB is fine also. ( 2x16GB ) I have 4 slots so I want two empty if I need to buy more RAM later on. I have the MSI Meg z490 Ace with a i9 10900k and the GPU is a 2080 Super.
  11. I have been reading up on the GPU errors and you can underclock your GPU people are writing that it fixes the issue. Or replacing the card with one that are 100% OK. What I'm worried about is the WHEA error that stated CPU.
  12. Ok, but Palit told me to RMA the 2070 Super due to the log from the GPU - and well that's OK for me I get the 2080 Super and maybe my display are stopping to flicker. So the WHEA error is just to ignore and keep going?
  13. Hi, I have been getting ONE WHEA error and I'm pulling my hair regarding it. My computer was almost idling I was talking in Skype for 1 hour and was in the other side of the room, When I then ended the call at the computer it did freeze for about 5 sec and then it start working agin - no BSOD or simuler. Anyway I did see in HWiNFO64 that I did get a WHEA error. This was the error: Here is some more from the details: As you can see it state CPU but also the Error Source is unknown according to it. So I started to TS everything just too be sure, I did re-install Windows - I did check BIOS so MSI did not overclock the CPU, I did find something and that was that the P1 was for 4025w (overclockede) so I did change it to 125w that's Intel Default. I did run memtest64 4-passes over night no issues with the RAM, I did also run OCCT samll and big data for 2 hours each no issue, Did try Prime95 blended for 3 hours no issues there either. Then I did remember that sometimes my display was flickering so I did check in Event Viewer again and I did find this: So after some googling it says that it indicate that my GPU is broken I did contact Palit and they told me to replace it. Was talking to the store and I'll send it in and get a 2080 Super as replacement for only 100 Euro extra. Anyway this thing are getting me paranoid but it has not happened again, no more WHEA errors - should I just call it the day or should I contact Intel or something? OR is it possible that this was caused from the GPU? As the error source was unknown maybe it was from the GPU? The GPU are sending data to the CPU right? My setup: MSI meg z490 ace i9 10900k 64GB DDR4 3200MHz 2070 Super (will soon get replace with 2080 Super)
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