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WinterLFG

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About WinterLFG

  • Title
    Newbie

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  • Gender
    Female

System

  • CPU
    AMD 5900x
  • Motherboard
    ASUS AMD AM4 ROG X570 Crosshair VIII Hero
  • RAM
    G.skill TridentZ 64gb (4x16) 3200mhz
  • GPU
    MSI Ventus 3x OC RTX 3080
  • Case
    Deepcool Matrexx 70
  • Storage
    ADATA 900 500gb SSD, Teamlight 1tb SSD, Barracuda 120 2tb SSD
  • PSU
    Corsair HX750i 1000W 80+ Platinum
  • Cooling
    Corsair H115i AIO, x6 LL140mm fans, x1 LL120 fan
  • Keyboard
    G.Skill RIPJAWS KM780R, Cherry MX RGB Red
  • Mouse
    Corsair Ironclaw RGB Mouse
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. So I reseated my GPU and did a BIOS update while I was at it, still having the stutter issue. After everything else I'm beginning to agree with @Nabiix, my CPU might be getting inadequate cooling or might be at the end of it's life.
  2. Pretty much any game: ARMA III, KSP, R6, WOW, SC2, EFT, Apex, Among Us, Fnaf, Factoro, Rimworld, and so on. I haven't noticed it not happen anywhere. And I'll reseat my GPU, not a bad idea to do it anyway.
  3. I get some conflicting information but here's the simple version: HWiNFO64: Shows no spikes, hovers around 52C idle, around 70-75C underload. BIOS: Stays at 50C. Corsair Thermals: All over the place when under load, anywhere between 40-90C. As for the cooler, I'm almost certain it's dead or almost dead. I got a new one on the way thankfully.
  4. I have been troubleshooting this for the better part of a week and I can't figure out what the issue is. Here's the summery. Issue: Around Tuesday-Wednesday last week I started to experience this stutter occasionally when playing games. I also get a larger stutter when I open a menu in some games consistently. I also get this stutter while on desktop or really doing anything of any kind. It just started happening randomly out of no where, it could be age of parts (List in Specs), improper settings, or something else I don't know. What I have done so far: - Test par
  5. Yes it's still under warranty, I got it 2 days ago. Also yes, I have tried changing it, but like I said, it doesn't matter what drive the game is on, it still stutters and this only started after installing the new SSD (And even after taking it out again). Which is making me wonder if it's something else but I'm still unsure.
  6. It's the 4th one, the: Seagate BarraCuda 120 SSD ZA2000CM10003
  7. I recently had this issue were my games would micro stutter and items would load slightly slower then normal. I don't know if this is because I installed a new SSD a few days ago or something but I have tried a lot so here's a list: - Disconnecting the new SSD - Trying different Sata ports - Rolling back graphics drivers - Reinstalling graphics drivers - Trying games on different drives - Reinstalling games - Checking Vsync - Trying different graphics settings The only thing I haven't tried is a different graphics card but I
  8. I recently had this issue were my games would micro stutter and items would load slightly slower then normal. I don't know if this is because I installed a new SSD a few days ago or something. I have tried a lot so here's a list: Disconnecting the new SSD, rolling back graphics drivers, reinstalling graphics drivers, trying games on different drives, reinstalling games, checking Vsync, and trying different graphics settings. The only thing I haven't tried is a different graphics card but I doubt that's the issue since I have done about 15 or so minutes of stress testing and haven't seen an
  9. Hello, I just bought a brand new 2tb SSD, after installing some games onto it I noticed I'm getting micro stuttering while playing games, it also doesn't matter which drive the game is on, (I have 4 SSDs installed). It doesn't matter which game it is, there is some kind of stutter that is happening and I have no idea what to do to fix it. I am also noticing slightly slower loading times on things. If it helps the SSD I have is a Barracuda 120, and a GA-X99-UD4 Motherboard. Note: The 2tb is dynamic, but it still stuttered while Basic. Edit: I missed some
  10. Thanks all for the quick responses! I know how my mobo will operate with it all.
  11. So that as far I do know is possible. I am running it on my current Mobo that has the same config as the X570 Crosshair VIII Hero with the 4k60 in the 3rd slot and it reserves 16 for the GPU then pulls 4 from the chipset. As for the m.2 @Fasauceome says it reserves 4 for it. So, 16x for the GPU (1st slot), 4x for the 4k60 (3rd slot), 4x reserved for m.2 (m.2 slot). Does that sound right?
  12. Okay so that's great to know. I was getting worried that I couldn't have all 3 without ditching GPU lanes. Thanks!
  13. Okay, so it doesn't have any dedicated lanes for things?
  14. I can't find anything on this so I wanted to know more a bout how PCIe lanes work. My cpu has 24 lanes supported, 4 are taken for other tasks so that leaves 20 open. x16 4.0 for the graphics card and x4 3.0 for a capture card. Is the 3.0 and 4.0 interface considered separate from each other? Or do they both take up the same lane? The motherboard I'm getting soon has a 4.0 and 3.0 m.2 slot and I wanted to get one but I as you would expect I don't want my graphics card to go down to x8 just for the m.2. How do all the parts interact with the different versions of PCIe if that is th
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