Originally Posted by rt123
I used to hate Win8 too & I still do, it deserves it.
But I'd switch from Win7 to Win10
in a heartbeat. It brings a new flavor to day to day use, since I have gotten bored of using Win7 for too long. Win10 retains the good qualities of Win7 & removes stupid Win8 stuff, while bringing newer interesting stuff to the table.
There is only 1 thing I don't like about Win10, its all the data collection/snooping around from Microsoft. Thankfully, there are tons of guides on the internet that tell you what to disable.
I am almost dead sure its not the mobo's fault here. Go Win10. Dx12 is coming too, if you are gamer, that's a must.
I agree 100%
W10 has a much more stable kernel and is generally more "fault" tolerant (hence it's sometimes slightly slower benchmarking at the extremes). W7 is going the way of the dinosaur. Why build a new rig and load an unsupported and out dated OS?
It's very easy to disable ALL data snooping, and to remove some of the 'fischer-price" built-in apps (with powershell).
anyway... a little fun with this decent 6320 on my M8E. @ cores, even at these voltages never reall gets hot. Amazing.
(sorry bout the 4K screenie
Originally Posted by Menthol
After reading these posts I'll admit my stupidity
I have to have CSM enabled to boot Win 7, been like this since day one, still it's a UEFI install and works fine without any issues, I thought this was normal Win 7 behavior, am I wrong?
getting it right is stupidity?