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  1. Thanks for your reply The problem is not the program itself, it's just how audio processing work, because when i do some routing, every process must be made in serial, and can't be made in parallel, and the plugins i use are very cpu hungry, my cpu it's a 10700k @5.1 Windows doesn't seems to care it as it should. I.e. When i'm close to 100% of cpu usage inside my program, on windows i have one core at 20% i.e. and the others core are lower, but if all the other programs will be running on other cores without using that specific core my program use, i could have a boost in perfomance
  2. Hi, i work with music, and in that area, single thread performance it's more important than anything else. In my DAW (the program i use to work with music) i end up to go close to 100% of cpu utilization, but on windows it's around 15% to 20% because at the end i use one core only. I've made my trials, and in safe mode, (without all the programs on background) the cpu have around 10% more capability on single core, because it's free. There is a way to tell to all the background app to use other core instead to go for the core that is used more? Thank you
  3. Thanks for your reply, so what's the difference between the two mode? I probably have readed some wrong info about it, but doesn't in uefi mode, windows install something somewhere that belong to mobo?
  4. I do usually install windows as compatibility mode, because i can clone and backup my system and if the mobo will fail or if i need to upgrade it i can just buy another one and put the disk and have a system. Afaik the uefi does install something in the mobo, so in that case i woudn't be able to use my system with another mobo or this isn't true? My goal is to be able to use my main disk with another mobo if needed, and be able to clone and restore my entire disk on the same disk or a new one if the main got broke I never bothered about it, but now with the SAM i'm interested to swit
  5. If i lower the case fan speed the gpu temp go higher. My case is the meshify c, for the gpu fans i use the amd software it's an rx 580 sapphire nitro, the gpu i think it's considered occed since the reference is 1340mhz while i'm on 1411
  6. the gpu is a sapphire nitro rx580 his temps depends on fans speed, but i think it go to high anyway, i've setted his fans to spin at 1520rpm under load, because more rpm are really loud, my bottom front fan spin at 950rpm under load, i can go higher but it become very noisy, the upper frond just stay around 500rpm, because doesn't change my gpu temps if i let them spin higher, i let spin it high if cpu temps will increase, and the back 120 spin at 1300-1500 under load, the air that come out from this fan isn't very hot, i can feel more hot the air just on the gpu back of the case. With th
  7. Hi everyone, i need a 140mm case front fan to help the gpu to lower the temps while gaming, but noise for me is a big issue. I already tryed the fan included with the cpu cooler noctua nh d15 and the Noctua redux 140mm 900rpm, but both do too much noise and the redux doesn't really help the gpu to drop the temps, while the other one seems just a bit better but still noisy Do you have a suggestion if is possible to solve my issue?
  8. There is an option for the fan case in the bios to use the GPU temps as source? Thanks
  9. I saw the MSI MAG Z490 tomahawk do have 2 m2 slot, i do not understand if they are both nvme and if do they perform the same, or is better to use one instead the other one
  10. How can i check windows error? Yes my peripherals lose power I think too it should be a mobo i decided to buy a new one, so i'm crossing fingers now, thanks for the help
  11. Thanks for the replies my budget is under 200$ I'm seeing the b550 tomahawk and seems interesting, currently i do have a ryzen 2600 i will upgrade to a 5000 series next year, they will provide the same bios for all the series or the bios capacity is lower and they will provide different bios for different series? My ram model is PVS416G373C7K isn't listed on the qvl do you think i could have problem with these stick? Does the b550 tomhawk support ryzen 2600? I don't see it there https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/support/MAG-B550-TOMAHAWK#support-cpu
  12. I've got a bit unlucky with mobo in the last years, now i'm here asking help for a quality b550 motherboard What i care most is the stability and a good compatibility with my ram "Patriot Viper Steel" 3733mhz If the mobo do have a good vrm and vrm heatsink is welcome i could do some overclock in the future
  13. Does it needed after a clean windows installation? My previous gpu (with the previous windows installation) where an nvidia, now i'm on amd so i don't think it's a gpu or gpu driver issue
  14. Sometime, completly randomly my monitor go black no matters if full load or idle, when does it happen i can listen my fans go a little faster, and my system became urresponsive, and sometime (not always) the usb peripheral do not receive the voltage (rgb and led status will turn off) if i reset the system it will work normally. I already made a memory test with no issue, temps are good, i already changed the gpu and the psu i made a clean windows installation, but the issue is still there, sometime the issue wont pop up in a month and today happened twice, one just after the reboot.
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