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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 03-18-2019, 01:35 PM - Thread Starter
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Massive Hitching - CPU Problem?

Just finished a build on an i9-9900k in a AsRock Phantom Gaming 9 and I'm having massive hitching issues on the desktop. Sometimes it captures the mouse and sometimes it just freezes in the middle of a window animation and holds there for about 10-20 seconds. Do you think that's a CPU problem?

I just finished installing AsRock's driver list, the latest GPU drivers, and Windows updates. It's a very fresh install.

I'm not much of an overclocker yet, but I did throw on the Multi Core Enhancement. Was that a mistake? CPU idling at 39C with Alphacool's Eisbaer 280mm stuffed in an CM HAF XB.
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did you happen to install extra sata drivers outside of Intels?

These days, thanks to win10, all you really gotta do is push the NIC driver. Windows is smart enough to find the best driver for everything else in 99% of instances. Often times, you'll push a less optimal driver from the mobo install package.

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Thank you for being the first person on the internet to offer anything. :-)

Indeed, I did. This thing installs Win10 quickly, so I might just wipe out the install and start from the beginning.

Outside of the very custom NIC, even the chipset drivers will be installed by the updater? The onboard Wifi? The onboard bluetooth?

I am using a NVMe SSD. Any steps I should take to optimize for that storage?
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Correct.

that super speed NIC is still an intel nic. like 99% of NIC in the world.

That's all I typically install, outside of GPU drivers.

Everything else should pull, unless its truly obscure, then you can go to the newest driver provided by the manufacturer website. The included disk is only good for NIC & Chrome

also, after the fresh install - make sure the bios is 100% bone stock auto.

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I agree with Skupples but I'd check the logs as well (event viewer, critical and warnings) Windows can be telling it's self what's wrong and not tell you.


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First thing I would do is check Device Manager and see if something is wrong there.

Second go to AsRock's website and download the latest chipset drivers for your mobo and install those.

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Try disabling turboboost max from the icon in the windows tray. I'm not trolling.

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Check clock speeds and temperatures for the cpu and ram when in windows. Use a program called latencymon to see what program or driver is causing all of the lag on your system.

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My first suggestion would be chipset drivers. Most importantly, the SATA/AHCI driver.

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