Question Huge stuttering after switching from NVidia 1050Ti to AMD RX 6600 ?

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logainofhades

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Your system doesn't really need much more than a good 650w. Higher is good for future upgrade headroom though. I saw some seasonic units on there, but I am not sure on how good those models are, and the 5yr warranty doesn't come off as something they really stand behind, like their 7yr and 10yr warrantied units. This unit, however, is a great quality unit, and seasonic built, and 10yr warranty.

https://www.alza.cz/evga-supernova-750-g6-d6727028.htm
 
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Your system doesn't really need much more than a good 650w. Higher is good for future upgrade headroom though. I saw some seasonic units on there, but I am not sure on how good those models are, and the 5yr warranty doesn't come off as something they really stand behind, like their 7yr and 10yr warrantied units. This unit, however, is a great quality unit, and seasonic built, and 10yr warranty.

https://www.alza.cz/evga-supernova-750-g6-d6727028.htm
So the 50W difference between the one I have right now is that huge?
Or is the PSU Ive got really that crappy? :D
Cuz I really hope its the PSU thats causing the problems.
I really dont wanna pay that much money if its not gonna fix my problem.

But I had the 1050ti and when I try to OC I got much lower OC Mhz then others.
So I guess the PSU couldnt give it that much Power maybe.
Im gonna go with this EVGA one you linked.
Really hope its gonna fix the stuttering.
 
Hello noonedex

I purchased that exact same board, in a family member's rig. I mistakenly placed the two RAM chips in the wrong slots, however everything worked fine until I enabled XMP mode. The combination of the wrong RAM slots and XMP mode caused the computer to stutter madly.

Question: Is the RAM in the proper slots?

How to check from Windows:

command prompt command:

wmic memorychip get devicelocator, partnumber

Question: What is the BIOS version & date?

How to check from Windows:

In the windows search field, located to the left of the windows task bar <type> System Information

BIOS Version/Date (approximately 11th line down)

FYI: The most recent BIOS version / date (approximate) for that board is: 7.40 2022/11/11
 
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Hello noonedex

I purchased that exact same board, in a family member's rig. I mistakenly placed the two RAM chips in the wrong slots, however everything worked fine until I enabled XMP mode. The combination of the wrong RAM slots and XMP mode caused the computer to stutter madly.

Question: Is the RAM in the proper slots?

How to check from Windows:

command prompt command:

wmic memorychip get devicelocator, partnumber

Question: What is the BIOS version & date?

How to check from Windows:

In the windows search field, located to the left of the windows task bar <type> System Information

BIOS Version/Date (approximately 11th line down)

FYI: The most recent BIOS version / date (approximate) for that board is: 7.40 2022/11/11
Ive got BIOS 7.40 the newest one.
RAM are placed in dual channel correctly.
 

logainofhades

Titan
Moderator
So the 50W difference between the one I have right now is that huge?
Or is the PSU Ive got really that crappy? :D
Cuz I really hope its the PSU thats causing the problems.
I really dont wanna pay that much money if its not gonna fix my problem.

But I had the 1050ti and when I try to OC I got much lower OC Mhz then others.
So I guess the PSU couldnt give it that much Power maybe.
Im gonna go with this EVGA one you linked.
Really hope its gonna fix the stuttering.
Wattage isn't your problem, it's the quality of the PSU itself that is. A poor power delivery can cause many issues. The RX6600 isn't a super power hungry card, but more so than a 1050ti.
 
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So got the PSU and it looks better.
Not fully sure that its all fixed.
I just installed 3200Mhz RAMs from my old 2400Mhz.

Will test how it works.

But its better for sure.
 
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