Basically I had some sort of lag. Everytime i hit a button there was a slight delay for it to register. It was in my Fortnite settings. I play on NA-East. Somehow my server preference was set to Oceana and not east. Not sure how it got switched but I put it back to the East servers.
5800X + Dark Hero 3601 here, no problem with 1900/3800.Ok. Bios 3601 inside and no post if FCLK 1900. FCLK 1933 boots fine but with few wheas when benchmarking. I saw that user @Pickclock had no issues at FCLK 1900. [Official] AMD Ryzen DDR4 24/7 Memory Stability Thread
How about you?
My CPU is 5800X. I thought this boot-hole was bios related. Had no problems to boot FCLK 1900 with bios 3302.
Interesting, my Firefox was randomly stuttering after flipping on TPM but I thought it was an issue related to the browser itself. It seems to have gone away by itself but if it happens again I may disable TPM until they issue a fix.TPM on the Dark Hero has an issue currently. When it is enabled it will cause a random system stutter. It will happen in Windows desktop or other applications/gaming. The system will stutter/desync on random and there is no event viewer log for reference. I am using the latest BIOS 3601.
This will be a problem for Windows 11 users.
Its totally random when it happens, so you may just have not seen it yet.I haven't noticed any stuttering with 3601 after enabling firmware TPM.
I reported it to @shamino1978 and he is going to check.Someone can confirm this or maybe it's only your problem?
It happens to me when I am just on the desktop, either playing music or having the browser open in the background. It will also happen in gaming as well. There is no specific timing, it just happens randomly.Interesting, my Firefox was randomly stuttering after flipping on TPM but I thought it was an issue related to the browser itself. It seems to have gone away by itself but if it happens again I may disable TPM until they issue a fix.
Are you using PBO & Dynamic OC Switcher?Since the stuttering is not happening any more, I'm not 100% certain there is an issue beyond something specific to Firefox and maybe a bad addon. I never noticed anything with games or anything else, so it may have just been coincidental. I'll update if I get it again, but for now it seems OK.