Windows 10: (IM NEW)newly built pc (ryzen 3 1300x 1060 3gb)micro stuttering Solved

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  1.    29 Sep 2017 #91

    im going to get a extra 8gb soon sould this effect performance alot in the mean time
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       29 Sep 2017 #92

    Some, but not a whole lot. It's nothing that should be causing the issues you are having.
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  3.    29 Sep 2017 #93

    essenbe said: View Post
    Some, but not a whole lot. It's nothing that should be causing the issues you are having.
    still dont have my 1600 but why is my 1300x so bad?
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  4.    29 Sep 2017 #94

    I think you should start all over....completely from scratch. First, wipe the HDD then tear down the machine and take it completely apart. Take all components out of the case and then take everything off the mobo. Then inspect every piece for any visual defects. If none, then reassemble, install OS and install all your mobo drivers from your mobo DVD disk.
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  5.    29 Sep 2017 #95

    wipe the HDD done that befor and i will see if performance is bad when i get my new cpu (tomorrow) then i try all that stuff if its still bad
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  6.    29 Sep 2017 #96

    With the arrival of new CPU....you're going to have to wipe the HDD and clean install OS and install drivers from mobo DVD.
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  7.    29 Sep 2017 #97

    why?
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  •    29 Sep 2017 #98

    essenbe said: View Post
    The Chipset drivers are from the board manufacturer (MSI) and are the same no matter which CPU you have. You should be OK there.
    i dont have to wipe pc
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  •    29 Sep 2017 #99

    Because of the CPU....different chipset. You can do as you wish and may not see any issues. But for us IT pro' and enthusiasts, we always do a clean install. If not; then what ever issues you have now may return and will most likely reappear and you're back to square one. Then sitting there scratching your head wondering WTH.....and then say to yourself, maybe I should have listened to said advice and not have the same reoccurring problem.

    Note: with any major hardware change (CPU/Mobo) a clean install is always recommended.
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  •    29 Sep 2017 #100

    ablao said: View Post
    is there something bad a bout that?
    I think that is your problem bro you need to get individual sticks one stick could be bad and the reason you get that stuttering
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