Kassowen Posted May 15, 2022 Share Posted May 15, 2022 Typically when I install new drives and ram, I go out of my way to clean the surfaces of the connectors with iso-p alcohol, and this time around when I installed my all of these things, I did not. In a series of odd errors and system crashes, it seems as if it has been either this, or some issue with windows updates which if anyone has gotten the same please tell me. The general fix lately has been more recent updates when I am plugged in, and when I am on battery, to set some of the power saving features to be on balanced or moderate. Those being PCI-E E, and Igpu graphics. Essentially something about the deeper powersaving features has been causing Whea and a crashes where only holding the power button down gets one out of. It could also be that my laptop isnt binned well as far as CPU's go, and doing to much of an undervolt is causing this, however I seem to get it anyway from the max about about -.75mv to say 66mv, it will still happen anyway. Given the excess of heat a samsung 980Pro makes, its possible that it is also demanding to much power unlike other nvme's, as this drive will routinely be hot, even if magician power saving and idle states are active. Things I have done -DDU of GPU and IGPU drivers -Reverted back to OEM intel chipset driver -No longer undervolting -latest updates, -New ram seems to cause less crashes, perhaps DIMM pins, and PCI slot pins need to be cleaned. -Saying on Either IGPU mode or DGPU mode. Historically something about dynamic mux switches has made for rather glitchy performance. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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