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About dpeter

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  • Birthday May 20, 1997

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  • CPU
    Ryzen 7 3700X
  • Motherboard
    MSI MAG B550 Tomahawk
  • RAM
    XPG Gammix D10 16GB(2x8GB) 3200Mhz
  • GPU
    Zotac Nvidia Geforce RTX 2070 Super
  • Case
    Cooler Master Masterbox K500
  • Storage
    Adata Falcon 512GB M.2 NVMe
  • PSU
    Corsair RM650
  • Display(s)
    AOC 24G2
  • Cooling
    Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML240L V2 RGB
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K68
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    Logitech G502 Hero
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. I mean, anyone tried it with Linux? It could be a windows 10 problem that passed on to 11, but since 11 enforces tpm most people are only discovering it now. To really get to the bottom of this more testing need to be done. The only thing that we truly know so far is that is caused by turning ftpm on and that's it.
  2. Microsoft released a new Insider build(Beta and Release preview) that includes the L3 cache fix for Ryzen, maybe that solves it, im not currently on windows 11 due to these bugs but if anyone is willing to try...
  3. Funny thing is that i installed the first insider dev and turned ftpm on in july and i had no stutter, it was only in end of august to early september that i started to have issues, we know that ftpm is causing it to happen but we don't know why. At the time i did not see this thread and RMA'ed my board(Asus Tuf b550) and got my money back to buy a new one(Msi Mag b550 tomahawk) and this keeps happening. Very annoying, had to roll back to windows 10 because Riot is enforcing secure boot and tpm 2.0 on its AntiCheat in Windows 11(dick move)
  4. They use an engine called Lumberyard which is based on the CryEngine ( it's funny how bad things always points to EA in the end haha)
  5. Exactly, Jayz latest video about this issue showed that the EVGA cards had issues and that's on evga for sure, but he also tried with a MSI card that the only situation where it drew more than 100% power was in New World, something sketchy is happening in this game for sure. I played for about 40 hours before hearing about this and now i stopped playing. Im running an undervolted Zotac 2070 Super and even tough the odds of my card breaking are little, i prefer it to be 0. We don't know exactly what the hell is going on with this game shitty code and until this gets clarified by Amazon(not like
  6. For me its not possible yet since i play a lot of Valorant and riot is enforcing TPM in windows 11
  7. Highly doubt it, it says there that the resolution will be a windows 11 update when this is clearly not a windows 11 issue but it is a CPU or motherboard issue regarding ftpm. This stutter occurs in windows 10 aswell
  8. I have an undervolted RTX 2070 Super, all of the time my temps are in the low 60s while playing with the fps capped to 60( its actually 62 in game for some reason), am i in the clear here? EDIT: As far as i read, the problem consists of the game sucking more Power than the card TDP which is weird, but undervolting the card should eliminate that right? I really think that it's a valid alternative for people with 30 series card that want to play the game but are afraid.(Someone brave should test it first haha), i know that the probability of the game bricking my gpu is low since it h
  9. I found a clone on aliexpress but i have too much pride to give in now hahah I still believe in a fix for this
  10. My MSI mobo has a 12 pin TPM header, will any 12pin TPM work on it?
  11. MSI released the A84 Beta BIOS yesterday, maybe it will fix the issue. I haven't tried it yet, im playing the long game o patience. Already rolled back to windows 10 and disabled ftpm.
  12. Changed mobos from ASUS to MSI B550 Tomahawk and this still happens. it's getting really annoying now
  13. I already figured it out, the Frequency curve changes depending on the temperature, i applied it while running bechmarks to test stability, but when i apply with the system on idle, it applies a boost to it, the correct way after testing for stability, wait for the GPU Temp to go under 40C and make a new curve just like the first and save to the profile.
  14. So i was i need of undervolting bc my GPU was hitting the 83C mark easily in games(VRAM reaching 97C) so i got to undervolt it to 925 mV at 1860 Mhz and run everything pretty stable and getting max temps of 70C on my GPU. Problem is after i restarted my pc and checked the curve it was different. The original one was flat 1860Mhz and now it changed and applied more clock speed to it in certain points. What is happening?
  15. So im about to buy more RAM, same model as my current one(xpg gammix d10) but i noticed the store only have a newer version(or revision) of the model which has 16-20-20 latency where my current one has 16-18-18 latency. Is it safe to use?