During those minutes, I had just one Ping jump when it went to 110ms from 90/92ms. It was just a fraction of seconds. I think other than that it was a stable 90-92ms all the way.Thank you for taking the time and all the pictures you posted, they are great!
And yeah I can understand how you feel about the global pandemic.
Well inow we can really see that yeah the CPU needs a better cooler, 85.5°C is not a good temp to keep it for a long time.
In fact according to the pics, after 7 mins of playing the CPU was already at 80°C.
In short you could use a better cooler, there are many budget solutions like Deep Cool Gammaxx 400 or Gammaxx GTE (that will be around 10ish°C better than the stock one), theres better ones like Cooler Master Hyper 212 Black Edition or Arctic Freezer 34 esport DUO (one of the best if you ask me for Ryzen 5 and 7), then you have the expensive and big bulky ones like Notcua NH-D15S or beQuiet Dark Rock Pro 4. Other than that any good 240mm or 280mm AIO liquid cooler will also do the job.
Now I have one last question, during your more or less 20 mins of WoT did you have any connection/ping issues?
You should really try the GPU on the first slot, Im guessing it would not be a bad idea to unistall the driver from Windows first, shut down the PC, change the GPU from the bottom slot to the upper one, and then turn ON the PC and install the newest drivers from nvidia webpage75° C was before I installed this Cooler. It was while I was with the default AMD Cooler. Gave that as a comparison, sort of...
I also had this question on my mind, about the GPU slot! My old Motherboard was a low graded Intel one, with only one GPU slot as far as I remember. Should I change the GPU slot? Let me know...
The World of Tanks Server is down atm, and as I play that game mostly now a days, I will post the results when their Server goes up.
Usually the new UEFI BIOS have an option to save all the changes you made iniside a profile. So if you wana try , just save your whole BIOs settings on a BIOS profile. and then go back to normal and see if the issue still there or not.I've been having a similar problem (2-3 seconds of stutter in FFXV) and also in ps2 emulation, GTA V too, I have a ryzen 3600 and a GTX 1650super, my PC is brand new, except for my PSU, I've been searching and in some Nvidia forums they claim that the new turing architecture and also AMD RX5000 graphics cards are extremely sensitive to a bad power delivery.
I'm still not 100% sure because at the moment I don't have the money for a good PSU, but we have in common the ryzen platform and the Turing architecture, I have 3200mhz ram with optimized timings and the problem is still there so I don't believe your problem is the RAM.
My specs are:
Asrock B450 HDV r4.0
Ryzen 3600 @4.2ghz 1.2v + arctic freezer 33 (works around 55-60°C while playing)
16gb DDR4 3200 corsair vengence kit
MSI GTX 1650 super ventus XS OC
Cooler master rs-550-pcar-e3 (550w non certified PSU)
So I join to this thread, if the problem persist and you have a friend with a GTX10 series or an AMD RX400-500, you could ask him to lend it to you so you can discard the GPU architecture problems and bad PSU.
OP it seems the new AIO is well mounted and working propely, only the WoT test remains.I changed it....and then reinstalled the drivers, and seems it's running ok! Thanks! Unfortunately, the WoT Server is still down. So, I'll have to wait for some more hours to get a result in game.
Ok, so I took a bunch of screenshots while playing World of Tanks ( I had the Afterburner running, not the HWInfo)..... But now as I was uploading them on Imgur I saw that they didn't have the Temp mark on them! I think there is an option in Afterburner to enable the Temp Marks on screenshots and somehow it is tuned off! The temp was hovering between 50-65°C which I should say is bit of an improvement as earlier it was going upto 75°C easily and sometime even around 80.... I think, for the time being, I will not do anymore experiment with the PC as I'm not playing as much games also (got the game fatigue at last it seems). Just one more thing, can I somehow check if the Cooler is working properly? The RGB is working good, but is there any way to check the Cooler performance?
Thats strange, usually those Windows visual performance settings should not tax or impact a newer CPU like yours that much, but who knows?. Im guessing the new cpu cooler is the one that helped you the most.There is another thing I did today, and after that the temperature while playing WoT came down to around 45-55 ° C ( touch wood....). Last year, when I had my old intel processor, the Window was becoming slow. Then, I found a suggestion on Internet to Adjust the Performance Option in Win 10. I checked it today also, and reverted it back to "Adjust for Best Performance" and then I noticed the temperature drop as stated in the beginning. Don't know if it was a direct result, but still thought about mentioning it here....
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