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  1. So I contacted Microsoft technical support about this issue. They confirmed that if I was installing windows 10 on the second drive, it is better to disconnect the existing windows 10 device before installing but as windows 11 is being installed on the second drive, this will not be required.
  2. Hold on, so if I don't disconnect old drive, I will get the dual boot option but without having to use the bios boot option. Why not just leave the drive in? I prefer the dual boot option.
  3. Thanks Kilrah. So what you are saying is that if I dont remove the old drive and install windows 11 on the new drive, I will get the option which you have shown in the screenshot for choosing an operating system to boot from when the system starts. This is what I am looking for, to have this option. Thanks for your help.
  4. Ok so I will need to use the bios boot up option which is f11 on my system to switch whenever I want to change?
  5. I currently have windows 10 installed on an SSD. I have ordered a Samsung Evo NVME on which I will be looking to install windows 11 for a dual boot option. Would I need to use a separate software to have the dual boot option or will the dual boot option be available after I install Windows 11 on the new drive automatically?
  6. I know, I am looking to upgrade to mid tower and change the cooler to an Evo 212 sometime in future. I am fine now, as under load, my cpu temps peaks max to 80 degrees and mainly stays around the 60-70 degrees range which is good for this processor.
  7. Attached is a picture of the actual build. Model is corsair CC-99011086-WW MATX case.
  8. So I have been having an issue with keeping my mini itx case cool. CPU temps would peak at high 80's when under load( have a non k i9-9900), was monitoring temps with hw monitor. I have attached a diagram to show how I resolved this. So the fan at the top of my case facing down is a powerful external usb fan. I originally had this facing the other way, the typical way to create negative balance of air flow. I experimented with turning around this fan and the temps dropped drastically. I was originally confused by this but when I thought about this it makes perfect sense. My tower CPU and rtx c
  9. So I have an Asrock b365m gaming phantom 4 motherboard which is unable to deliver enough power for my i9 9900(non k) to run at full speeds I believe due to issue with VRM's. I am considering the following motherboard, please advise if this is a good buy to run this process properly: Gigabyte Z390 M LGA 1151 m-ATX Motherboard | Ebuyer.com
  10. I think I have identified the issue, it may be the vrm overheating when it runs at 4.6 ghz which causes the crash. I hear a clicking sound from the motherboard and the system freezes after running the stress test with the power limit increased.
  11. So I came across am article which stated the following: Raising that power limit to an absurdly high level in the UEFI BIOS results in the CPU having a stable long-term all-core Turbo of about 4.6GHz with a 1.28v VCore, CPU power consumption is around 160-watts. So I can see my cpu is set to auto. Do I need to select the fixed or variable option in the bios and select 1.28 to get this stable?
  12. Ok so set the limits to 128 and it seems to be fine but I do not reach the maximum turbo of 4.6 ghz on all the cores, only get to 4.4 ghz but it still crashes. Wondering now if there is an issue with my cpu.
  13. Sorry but it is now crashing after putting in the power limits to 140 when running the stress test. Going to try and lower this and see if it helps.
  14. I have an asrock b365m phantom gaming 4 motherboard, I don't see the option to increase turbo limits in the bios. Where in the bios would I find this?
  15. I have a i9 9900 non k version. Whenever I run a benchmarking software such as cinebench, the test starts at 4.6 ghz on the mulri core then runs well below the boost speed i.e around 3.4 ghz with the cpu temp at 50 degrees. I have checked with msi afterburner when running cyberpunk and the cpu is running between 4.2 to 4.4 ghz with the temps at high 60's or low 70's so the games seem to run fine. Not sure why I have an issue with benchmarking software.
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