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  1. Thanks @Kilrah, was able to change to AHCI and reinstall my OS. Win 10 feels so much more faster on a M2 than SSD. Appreciate your support
  2. Thanks! What about the current array ? (M2 SSD non-RAID array on which my OS is installed) Should I delete it from BIOS, change SATA mode to AHCI and re-install OS?
  3. So, would you suggest me to rollback to AHCI, delete the current M2 SSD non-RAID array from BIOS and re-install windows in my M2 SSD?
  4. I wasn't able to get it detected under drives. So, I enabled bios settings as per MSI's recommendation in the video link I shared. Do you suggest me to rollback to AHCI and do a re-install of windows and try to make it work this way?
  5. Thank you all for your suggestions. After even further research I decided to drop my SLI plan and wait for Zen3/11th gen i9 series. Well, the second SLI I was getting for a good price at my place. So, was thinking to go for it. This was an interesting comparison, I changed my SOTTR graphic settings to your settings and was able to get an avg fps of 93, also my benchmark was more 23% GPU bound, inclining onto CPU being a bottleneck. 30 more fps with 9900k is a great deal of improvement for sure. Thanks for posting the benchmark! Appreciate it.
  6. Hey guys, I got a new M2 SSD as I needed some space for games and video rendering. The installation turned out to be a nightmare for me, lost 3 years data I'm using a X399 board (MSI Gaming pro carbon AC) with Threadripper 2950x, I had a 2TB Seagate SSD with my OS installed and another 1 TB SATA HDD. After I installed my M2 onto my PC, it was not showing up in the drives (though detected in Device Manager). Thought I need to enable bios settings to enable M2 and followed steps in this MSI official video for X399 : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5MClnWJ9mws
  7. Hi folks, My current PC specs: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/cvpyn7 I'm looking for better fps in Ultrawide 3440x1440 resolution in games. I own a threadripper 2950x and a Nvidia 2080ti. I built a threadripper build for video encoding purposes but these days mostly doing gaming. I was getting another new RTX 2080ti at 850$ and thought to take the deal. Had the below 2 ideas in my mind: 1) Do you guys suggest replacing threadripper 2950x with a i9 9900k would give better gaming performance than having a Nvlink/SLI 2080ti? 2) Buying RTX 2080Ti for n
  8. Thanks for your suggestions @TofuHaroto @Den-Fi. @Den-Fi Does the UPS shutoff power to the CPU if it gets overloaded while its connected to current from wall? I really don't mind about backup purposes, I am worried about voltage fluctuations at my place and them not damaging my CPU.
  9. Hi folks, My current PC parts are mentioned here: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/cvpyn7 I am trying to setup NVLink/SLI with RTX 2080ti and had the below doubts, would appreciate someone clarifying it out: 1) I have a Zotac GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Graphic card now and managed to grab INNO3D GEFORCE RTX 2080 TI TWIN X2 at a good deal, can I do a NvLink/SLI setup with these 2 GPU's? Zotac has 1665 Boost clock and Inno3d with 1545 boost clock, I'm assuming I have to run them both at 1545 Mhz if its compatible for a SLI which is fine. 2) My CP
  10. Thanks. Appreciate your initial inputs as well. I initially was going for 3600Mhz CL15 ram but it was dual sticks. Didn't want to mix up 2 kits and hassle of returns if it doesn't work out. Also, I had a Geekbench4 benchmark result of my previous setup, did a run with my new ram and below are the results. With Dual Channel 2x16GB Ripjaws v-series at 3133Mhz CL16: Single-Core Score: 4670 & Multi-Core Score: 27515 https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/11849701 With Quad Channel 4x8GB Tridentz F4-3600C16Q-32GTZKK at 3333Mhz CL14: Single-Core Score: 4973
  11. Same here. I received my F4-3600C16Q-32GTZKK 4x8GB kit today and the results are very good with quad channel. Able to run at 3333Mhz CL14 14-14-34 stable. Was booting with 3466Mhz but had some BSOD's. 3600Mhz wasn't booting at all. I haven't benchmarked it with any specific tool, but I have captured gaming benchmarks with Hitman2 and Shadow of the tomb raider. I am running everything at ultra and 3440x1440 resolution and for SOTTR I am using MSAAx4 Anti-Aliasing. With Dual Channel 2x16GB Ripjaws v-series at 3133Mhz CL16: 1) Hitman2 Benchmark: Min of 6.73 F
  12. F4-3200C14Q-32GFX is a Samsung B-die. Flare X kits usually are well compatible with x399 platform so you should be good to go. Let us know once you test them!
  13. @timbergus Don't worry about QVL list. They won't update it with many models. Always make sure to get Samsung B-die chips and they will run at high frequency. Refer to this list and check if your ram is a samsung B-die: https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comments/62vp2g/clearing_up_any_samsung_bdie_confusion_eg_on/ About your rams, mixing rams still makes it a quad channel and it will work at stock 2133Mhz. But there's 50/50 chance it will run at 3600Mhz. Manufacturers test and put up a 4 or 8 kit if you buy a single kit with 4 or 8 rams and it is guaranteed this way to run at 3600Mhz (a
  14. hey @timbergus are you running a XMP profile with 3200Mhz or more? Stock setting will run at 2133Mhz. In My X399 Gaming Carbon AC for a 3200Mhz Ram it gives XMP1 as 2933 and XMP2 as 3200. Though for x399, you should manually tune the timings to achieve best settings. I was able to run 3133Mhz with 16-18-18-38 manually with my Hynix ripjaw 3200Mhz chip. And from what I have read, max speed people could run with 8 Rams in threadripper is 2933 Mhz (Correct me anyone if I am wrong). With 2 or 4 rams they could achieve upto 3600Mhz which is what I am looking at. Also, your RAM
  15. Hmm gotta rely on my luck. I have ordered CL15 3600 one and gonna be testing in a few days. Will update the results. Thanks again for the support
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