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  1. I had downloaded the latest software chipset drivers for my AMD motherboard and after restarting my pc, it somehow caused my pc to crash with "Page Fault In Nonpaged Area" everytime it tries to get into windows. What is causing this and how do i solve it?
  2. It errored with some weird error, i have a feeling it might be because of a weird software update requirement like hwinfo needed to acces anything that had to do with the SPD. Otherwise i can use my spare laptop to write to the ram sticks
  3. My laptop does not support XMP profiles sadly, also i cant see the SPD info in thaiphoonburner for some reason, yet i can in the HWinfo beta version.
  4. My ram kit only has these profiles apparantly • JEDEC/PnP: DDR4-3200 CL20-22-22 @1.2V • XMP Profile #1: DDR4-3200 CL20-22-22 @1.2V • XMP Profile #2: DDR4-2933 CL17-19-19 @1.2V
  5. Whenever i close MSI afterburner and start it up via the start menu, it somehow always applies the profile, but somehow when it automatically launches it does not apply the settings. Is there maybe a way i can get the same effect like manually starting up MSI afterburner from the start menu?
  6. I have overclocked my desktop memory, so i can take risks and have some experience, but i dont want take the path of getting the absolute max out of my laptop ram and the path of easily bricking my system. I just want to change some stuff slightly like TRFC for an example, some timings that are known to never cause any issues at 1.2v.
  7. I have read on reddit that there is a way to configure Jedec ram profiles by writing to the SPD on the ram modules. https://www.reddit.com/r/AMDLaptops/comments/omj6mu/guideproviding_advices_for_tightening_ram_timings/ I have been thinking of making some changes that improve the performance and latency on my NON-XMP laptop a bit, but i was wondering if anyone knows which timings are harmful to mess around with when doing this. Which ram timings can cause serious harm and which timings would you recommend me to change to get the best performance and latency out of a
  8. That is already set on, the program is running in the background when i start up my laptop, but it doesn't apply the overclock profile
  9. I have overclocked my rtx 3080 mobile laptop and for some reason its applying on startup, how do i fix this? I have tried changing the delay for starting up to 30000, but that did not work aswell.
  10. The flickers are purely caused by the core, i have tried running the same settings with +0mhz memory There are no issues or artifacts with +1500mhz memory
  11. At +100mhz i would still see a few flickers, but not a heck ton constantly. What about the memory? The memory has no issues running at +1500-1700mhz
  12. I was able to run rainbow six siege at +140mhz and gotten a way better score. The minimum FPS is way higher. Should i still stay under even a tiny flicker no matter what it takes??
  13. I have a lenovo legion 7 gaming laptop and tried overclocking the machine, but i had noticed some strange effect. Above +85mhz core i start seeing red / black bars flicker on my screen rarely, at +150mhz core it happens a lot more frequently. Do i have to stay under the point where the red / black bars appear in the benchmark or is it ok to just go as far as i possibly can without crashing? The maximum i can do without seeing the red lines is: +80mhz core +1700mhz memory I had gotten 300 more points by going as far as i possibly can without crashing, so