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  1. #31
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    Hope not a false reading

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    Took me 2days to figure out how to get this score, I am quite certain I know how I did... Now to get my USB 3.1 running 300% quicker then I think my OC adventure is nearly complete or atleast I am gunna stop tinkering and going 2 steps forward and 5 steps back
    Hope someone doesnt tell me it is a false reading.

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  2. #32
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    Memory (part number)32GB GSKIL CL14
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    Storage #1NVME Samsung
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    @M4D5TYL3Z
    Took me 15 min to perform these benchmarks to get around 600% increase:

    Original performance:

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    So what's point of Your post? How this is related to issue described in this post?

    BTW. good luck with this, You will need it . As long as You do anything remotely "important" aka. non Facebook / web-browsing / gaming kind of thing without UPS it's basically useless and dangerous.

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    I have the same exact problem as the OP and almost the same exact setup besides the motherboard (I have a Asus Rampage VI extreme). Opening up windows explorer takes forever. My previous rig had a 4790K and it was 10x snappier than my 7900X rig. I thought it had to do with boost clock ramping, but that was just a educated guess. I'm wondering if I just overclock my rig to 4ghz (all cores all the time) if it will alleviate my issue (at the costs of power consumption).

    I do know Microsoft has done some work here recently on their scheduler, mostly on the AMD side to support the new Zen 3 processors, but it would seem Intel engineers skimped out on optimizing Intel's big CPU's, because my rig has only gotten slower since the Meltdown and Spectre bug plugs.

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