2018 Hardware Thread


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       #651

    Or click driver details:
    mine
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       #652

    It might be one of those undocumented changes(under the hood), microsoft does, when improving Windows, and working with the hardware OEMs(like Intel).
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       #653

    Driver for mine is installed but no updates, I just enabled it ( again) thru command line, let me reboot it.
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       #654

    Yup, good catch Cliff, mine is same as yours, Not installed....and that is fine with me. :)
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       #655

    I'm guessing default must be turned off in BIOS now, because if on in BIOS it's either available, or can be forced, but never turned of(when on in BIOS).
    So maybe ASUS default is off?

    From my BIOS setting I copied to .txt on a USB
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       #656

    Cliff S said:
    I'm guessing default must be turned off in BIOS now, because if on in BIOS it's either available, or can be forced, but never turned of(when on in BIOS).
    So maybe ASUS default is off?

    From my BIOS setting I copied to .txt on a USB
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    Just checked mine, exactly like yours Cliff. :)
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       #657

    OldMike65 said:
    Just checked mine, exactly like yours Cliff. :)
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       #658

    HPET force Enabled and score in PTest > CPU fell by 1000 points, forced it back off and score returned to normal level.
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       #659

    CountMike said:
    HPET force Enabled and score in PTest > CPU fell by 1000 points, forced it back off and score returned to normal level.
    Interesting, isn't it?
    Correct cycle count is very important.
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       #660

    Cliff S said:
    Interesting, isn't it?
    Correct cycle count is very important.
    With this MB, HPET has to be enabled in BIOS or program Ryzen Master would not work. Setting in windows don't affect it though.
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