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    Assassins creed odyssey load fix

    If anyone is having trouble getting past splash screen in Odyssey, try putting cache voltage to auto in bios. I have no clue why this worked for me, but I spent 10 hours troubleshooting the issue. I have an i9 7980xe, so it was clearly not an Avx issue. After trying everything I could think of within windows, I resorted to resetting my cpu overclock and it worked. Then I went setting by setting putting back to my original clock and found cache voltage at auto fixed it. If interested I am using rampage vi extreme, but have a feeling this could apply for other mobos as well. Hope this helps someone

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    does putting Cache on auto is safe for cpu?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevin85 View Post
    does putting Cache on auto is safe for cpu?
    I don't see why not. I think my problem was because it was set in offset mode. I went back in and entered manual voltage. It worked fine. You can try that. Hope this helps.

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