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  • Silent-Runner
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    yep, there's no real point in upgrading to 11, especially coming from 10

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  • Lazy8s
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    Originally posted by Thr0tt View Post
    Any news on it officially supporting my processor ?

    Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-6700K CPU @ 4.00GHz

    (Just noticed sigs all gone)
    No support yet, officially anyway. You can bypass the checks and install anyway if you want.

    https://www.majorgeeks.com/content/page/bypass_tpm.html

    FYI though, I wish I had stayed with 10. 11 has it’s perks, but for a variety of reasons I just find it extremely annoying to use. No problems, it just isn’t as cohesive and user friendly as 10, in my humble opinion anyway.

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  • Thr0tt
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    Any news on it officially supporting my processor ?

    Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-6700K CPU @ 4.00GHz

    (Just noticed sigs all gone)

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  • GSGRUNT
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    Originally posted by Shadowless View Post
    Interesting. Are you still running the Insider build?

    Also, does Win11 still suck ass like it did in November?
    I'm still a "limited insider", just the tip and only for a minute.
    It is not clear to me what happened. I wonder why was my hardware okay but now it is not.

    I've always liked Win11. Changed behavior of right click in Explorer was my biggest issue.

    [edit] looks like TPM2 in the bios got disabled. Not sure how that happened. Full insider now enabled.
    Last edited by GSGRUNT; Mar 22, 2022, 05:17 AM.

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  • Munkus
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    Originally posted by Shadowless View Post
    Also, does Win11 still suck ass like it did in November?
    I'm running the Insider Beta build on my main system. Runs great.

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  • Shadowless
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    Originally posted by GSGRUNT View Post
    WTF!
    After being an early "insider", today get a unsupported hardware watermark.
    Interesting. Are you still running the Insider build?

    Also, does Win11 still suck ass like it did in November?

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  • GSGRUNT
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    WTF!
    After being an early "insider", today get a unsupported hardware watermark.

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  • Megaman
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    Ok thanks

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  • demo
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    Originally posted by Megaman View Post
    Does “reset this PC” count as a clean install these days?
    Nah, a fresh install on clean drive. Reset just resets everything to default afaik (and fixes conflicts in the process).

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  • KAC
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    Originally posted by Megaman View Post
    Does “reset this PC” count as a clean install these days?
    Not really in my experience unless you reset with asking it to do a wipe down/format.

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  • Megaman
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    Does “reset this PC” count as a clean install these days?

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  • Greasy
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    From my experience a clean install of win 11 is the way to go.

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  • Exposed
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    Windows 11 somehow messed up my HDR on my laptop, which I use mainly for Netflix. Going back to Windows 10 for now and wait a bit longer.

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  • Riptide
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    Using the hide updates troubleshooting tool resolved the issue for me. No DDU necessary.

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  • Megaman
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    Don’t know how wide spread this is but it is starting to surface.

    https://www.guru3d.com/news-story/pr...11-and-10.html

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  • Riptide
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    I'd blame MS for this before AMD.

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  • Nunz
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    Good ol' AMD.

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  • Meteor_of_War
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    Originally posted by Riptide View Post
    As far as turning off the automatic driver update isn't that the setting I already disabled?

    RE:
    system settings->system properties->hardware tab->device installation settings->no
    At least for Win 10 yes that is the setting to block Win update from installing device drivers.

    Maybe something is messed up with it on Win 11?

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  • Riptide
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    I'll give DDU a try though that seems ridiculous to be doing that on what amounts to a fresh OS install done barely a month ago now.

    As far as turning off the automatic driver update isn't that the setting I already disabled?

    RE:
    system settings->system properties->hardware tab->device installation settings->no

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  • Nunz
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    Run DDU and disable the automatic driver update

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  • Riptide
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    I'm having a problem with Windows 11 where it constantly tries to downgrade the AMD graphics driver every time I run Windows Update.

    There seems to be no stopping it. I've gone into advanced system settings->system properties->hardware tab->device installation settings->no

    Still continues with the same obnoxious behavior. I've basically paused updates now because of this and will have to manually deal with it every time the system eventually updates itself outside of the 5 weeks I have it delayed.

    WTF

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  • lmchv
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    I have noticed some slowness to load Win11 apps such as Spotify or Whatsapp (when installed from the MS Store).

    When I try to load the app, it takes around 5 seconds to load (with a wireframe of the window loading first), has anyone notice something like this?, this didnt happen before.

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  • KAC
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    Seems this poop is fixed for AMD garbage. No bugs or crashes of TPM or any other shitknuckles after upgrade back to Win 11. So to make sure everyone upgrades, they ensured that Win 10 gets fubared w/ TPM horsepoop.

    MS

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  • demo
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    Honestly wish they kept win10 UI and menus, and just added the features if win11.

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  • Thr0tt
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    Any news on official support for i7 6700k CPU's ?

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  • Riptide
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    Sometimes I think these companies screw with software just to have something to market. They take an idea that was more or less perfected, mess with it in some way, and then say hey look new and shiny. When the reality is the way it has been for months/years was just fine and worked pretty much perfectly.

    Trying to improve on something that really doesn't have much room for improvement. Is there any real surprise they screw this up sometimes?

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  • Munkus
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    I've been on Win11 since release. I'm also in the Insider Preview beta channel. No crashes or major issues so far. I do still think the UI is half-baked. There are lots of inconsistencies in the context menus, config pages, etc. Plus functionality that used to be there for the Taskbar has been removed, which is annoying. I realize they rewrote the entire Taskbar logic, but Win 10's Taskbar was much more customizable. Time will tell if MS homogenizes the menus & screens, and brings back lost functionality.

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  • Lazy8s
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    I’m still on the upgrade I did back in Nov (R7 5800H) with no issues at all.

    I do prefer the Win 10 start menu, but I don’t want to install a 3rd party app to have it….that’s the extent of any complaints I have though.

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  • Riptide
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    Been on windows 11 for a few weeks now. So far few complaints. Had to move the start button over to the bottom left and make a few other UI customizations to make it usable. Been pretty stable though.

    The dock being centered in the middle makes more sense to me on a Mac since you don't have the start button in the first place. Windows having the start button down there - just doesn't seem to work well to me. This is why the majority of people seem to be moving it back where it belongs straight away.

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  • KAC
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    Taking another leap on this windows 11 bullshits on my AMD PC.

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  • KAC
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    If you have insider program you should be fine. What I don’t know yet is if the Nov 14 update made the normal slow updates as well. Problem with Windows 10 is that it didn’t make the Windows 10 and I had been having random reboots after 3 or 5 or 7 days without an explanation. On search it seems it happens when you downgrade back to Windows 10 and TPM is enabled or was happening on Windows 11 without the dev build update. I didn’t check if dev build is now the final build as well.

    If you are not having the error then more power to you. Also might be a 5000 series only issue? What do you know? It’s AMD so chances of getting something ****ed up are very high anyways.

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  • LordHawkwind
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    Originally posted by KAC View Post
    Btw in case people are on Windows 10/11 and getting TPM reboots just disable TPM in bios if on Windows 10 or upgrade to Windows 11. This issue happens if you were on Windows 10 and upgraded to Windows 11 but rolled back or stayed on Win 11 but retail release. It is fixed in new dev build of Windows 11, 22944 or some crap. Not sure if retail release has this fixed.

    Only special case for AMD processors.
    TBH not had a single crash yet in Windows 11 and I did an upgrade and I'm on the slow channel so hopefully stable updates. Am I now on Windows 11 officially or is this still a beta? Never had a retail release. Don't really keep up to date with Windows stuff.

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  • KAC
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    Btw in case people are on Windows 10/11 and getting TPM reboots just disable TPM in bios if on Windows 10 or upgrade to Windows 11. This issue happens if you were on Windows 10 and upgraded to Windows 11 but rolled back or stayed on Win 11 but retail release. It is fixed in new dev build of Windows 11, 22944 or some crap. Not sure if retail release has this fixed.

    Only special case for AMD processors.

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  • Nunz
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    Originally posted by Megaman View Post
    Let you know how it goes today
    Manually set your DRAM voltage to 1.36v (boards sometimes will undervolt due to DRAM LLC acting weird - not something you can change on the STRIX) and the SA voltage to 1.2v. That should fix your issues. I would pass all stress-tests but then crash in Halo Infinite after ~10minutes - it was all due to my 12700K IMC not handling 4000 w/ Gear1. I ended up settling for 3900 13-14-14-28 before I left for deployment. 3900 required 1.33v SA.

    XMP Profile 2 on ASUS boards will be your actual XMP settings - XMP 1 Profile on ASUS will have the board trying to manually tighten timings. Once you get it stable at XMP 2, then you can try XMP 1.

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  • KAC
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    Megagay you need to turn on XMP. Try profile 2 if profile 1 is giving problems. Also ensure that volts are correct. When I installed my CL14 b die it was getting 1.47 volts and motherboard was over volting everything until I fixed it manually. I still have not spent hours tuning it though. I also had to use profile 2 for it to run properly.

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  • Megaman
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    For the time being XMP is off. Can’t be worse than running a 10900K can it?

    As for that MS account you should be able to bypass it by installing windows with the Internet disconnected otherwise it prompts for an Ms account login.

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  • Hapatingjaky
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    Hold the **** on, you are running your memory at 2133MHz and not with XMP enabled????



    I finally figured out how I can choose which version of Windows 11 to install on my notebook. It defaults to home edition and won't let me enter a Username and password. Instead it forced me to use my Microsoft account. Luckily creating a config file with the following:

    [Channel]
    _Default
    [VL]
    0

    Place the config file in the source folder of the installer and you can choose your version of Windows.

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  • Megaman
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    Let you know how it goes today

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  • Nunz
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    Originally posted by Megaman View Post
    Spent some hours in BF 2042 with XMP off. No crashes. Will leave it off until the next BIOS release.
    Your system agent voltage was like 0.9v. set the voltage manually to 1.2 (very safe) and see if XMP works. You're losing a ton of performance with the ram at 2133 jedec

    The crashing to desktop in games is usually related to your IMC and system agent voltage being too low.

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  • Megaman
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    Spent some hours in BF 2042 with XMP off. No crashes. Will leave it off until the next BIOS release.

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