Troublesome drivers causeing latency issues

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  1. Posts : 7
    Win 10 64
       #21

    rolled back all drivers to mb makers website
    power settings all max / performance
    latency mon still saying NDIS.sys is the culprit
    currently sitting at approx 4000us avg dpc latency
    this is stupid.....how is there no answer for this?
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  2. Posts : 25
    Windows 10, Linux Mint
    Thread Starter
       #22

    I just got my board back from msi, it's the same board with the same issues about ram and pci-e slot functionality, literally the exact same problems! (Did they even look at it?!) I will attempt to call msi monday and try one last time. This time, I will add a mark on the underside of the plastic cover of the ports. If I see that mark when it comes back, I will not use that board, I'll buy from asus. I will leave a note with the board and see what will happen. This is quite disappointing.
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  3. Posts : 25
    Windows 10, Linux Mint
    Thread Starter
       #23

    Update, I have sent the board back to msi, they gave me a new board, but this time it's only the ram slots 2 and 4 work, all pci-e slots work. I have been having a hard time with amd rma because they see that the system wasn't updated. well, it was at one point and I was having the issues I listed. so nothing from them. I went to test to see if it is the ram itself. same result, nut I am now electrocuting myself when ever I touch the case or anything conductive. I am think it's a faulty PSU, anyone agree?
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  4. Posts : 82
    Windows 10
       #24

    metalglasses said:
    Update, I have sent the board back to msi, they gave me a new board, but this time it's only the ram slots 2 and 4 work, all pci-e slots work. I have been having a hard time with amd rma because they see that the system wasn't updated. well, it was at one point and I was having the issues I listed. so nothing from them. I went to test to see if it is the ram itself. same result, nut I am now electrocuting myself when ever I touch the case or anything conductive. I am think it's a faulty PSU, anyone agree?
    yeah
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  5. Posts : 82
    Windows 10
       #25

    have you guys tried disabling HPET in bios and making sure that windows 10 has it disable or enabling

    try disabling and test, if not, then try enabling in bios as for the windows 10 and check
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  6. Posts : 25
    Windows 10, Linux Mint
    Thread Starter
       #26

    I RMA'd the graphics card 2 times, new card, and I can now use the desktop.
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