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My cure for v5 instibility

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Everyone's system is different so by no means do I think this is a cure for everyone, but hopefully it can help at least someone. 

Long story short, on my system v5 doesn't like Intel's/Window's power saving features. I have an older system (6600k - 980ti) and I've had the same stable overclock for years. My overclock has never given me issues with any games and I'll run Cinebench/OCCT/etc. from time to time to verify everything is still stable. And then came v5. With v5 I was getting fairly frequent freezes to where I couldn't do anything and would have to restart. Assuming CTD was usually software based but these freezes seemed hardware based. I ran the usual gamut of tests and everything was still stable so I started messing around with C-states and such. I made sure Windows was set to "high performance" power mode and disabled all power saving features in the BIOS (all c-states, C1E and EIST). This completely resolved my issue with v5 freezing. I know some people prefer to disable all of these features on any overclocked system but I've always liked having them on as long as I know I have a stable overclock. Guess I'll be leaving them off for the time being and maybe give it another whirl when the as additional v5 hotfix/updates roll out.

I figured it was worth sharing my experience in hopes that it can help someone else. 

Cheers!

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Thank you for taking the time to provide us with your insight. 

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Regards,

Shelman S.

Intel i9 9900KS, o/c @ 5.1 GHz; EVGA RTX 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra Gaming; GIGABYTE Z390 AORUS MASTER; Thermaltake 32GB RAM @ 3600 DDR4; 3xSabrent Rocket 4.0 2TB SSDs; LG UltraGear 38GL950G-B 38" 21:9 Curved 144 Hz G-SYNC IPS Gaming Monitor; Acer Predator x34 UHD (3440x1440) @ 100hz GSYNC; Windows 10 64 bit; X-Plane 10; X-Plane 11.5r2, DCS World Open Beta, Prepar3dv4.5; Prepar3dv5 Professional. Honeycomb Yoke, Saitek Pedals, Switch, and Autopilot Panels. Obutto R3Volution Cockpit. Thrustmaster HOTAS Warthog and F18 Joysticks and Throttle. 

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