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  1. Hello, I would like to try Windows 11 and I would also keep Windows 10. Now I would like to check with you if I can do it this way: - Firstly I would join Insider program on my Microsoft account - I would use 2 separate SSD drives, one for WIN 10 installation, one for WIN 11 installation - Then I will choose which OS I want to use on every boot Is there anything what I should take care when doing dual boot? I never run dual boot before. I have also multiple Microsoft Accounts (my main and test + family members) and I would like to use
  2. I have SA and IO voltage to 1.2V. What I should set? 1.25 or 1.30?
  3. In BIOS I can see 2 profiles XMP 1: 3600MHz 17-19-19 1.35V XMP 2: 3000MHz 15-17-17 1.35V
  4. Hello. I built a new PC a month ago. In a few last days I experienced some BSOD (once or twice per day I would say) when PC mostly on idle. In stress I didn't notice any issues, no performance drops, nothing. So I started to investigate and now I know I have an issue associated with RAM. I have 4 sticks (4x16GB) HyperX Predator 3600 MHz CL17 - code HX436C17PB3K4/64 These are my MemTest86 results: - XMP Profile 1 (3600MHZ) - thousands of errors, test stopped by MemTest - Manual 3466MHz + 1.40V DRAM - found 4 errors, test finished - Manual 3200MHz + 1.40V
  5. Thanks. I am not finished yet, but tried 2 of 4 RAM modules, once in slots 1 and 3, once in slots 2 and 4, both test without issues. Then tried another 2 RAM modules, also without issues. Now I am back with all 4 modules in and after few minutes there is HW issue in Windows Memory diagnostic. So now it really looks that is caused by low voltage. So after this test is finished, i will put default voltage and give another round. I will confirm when it is done. Thanks EDIT: So I run the test with all 4 RAM inserted and default CPU voltage and again with an "Hardware prob
  6. Hello. I built a PC like a month ago. Since then I made some stability tests and everything was ok. But two days ago, I got BSOD when PC was idle. So I let the PC turned on and since then I got 2 another BSODs. So I stared investigation who is the culprit. I also played games these days on the PC and there were no issues, no BSOD, no performance issues. Last BSOD was at 5AM when I was sleeping without any stress. Tried Intel CPU diagnostic - passed Tried stress CPU and GPU - no issues There is also one dump file called "memory.dum", but I was not able t
  7. Hello, I am considering buying a PCI-E Sound Card from Creative (Sound Blaster AE-9). In requirements there is 500W PSU and 6 pin from power supply. Reviewers says that the sound card needs 150W in use (75W from PCI-e, 75W from 6-pin cable). The thing is that I have Corsair RM850 PSU (850 Watt) and I am not sure if I need to upgrade or if it still be enough for my PC. All Components in PC: GPU: ASUS RTX 3080 TUF Gaming 10G CPU: i9-9900KF (No plans for overclocking, only stock speeds) MB: MSI MPG Z390 Gaming Plus RAM: 4x 16GB KIT (64GB overall)