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CPU and Memory Upgrades - Guide and Discussion 31 Mar 2021 10:36 #121

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The touch screen driver is part of Windows 10. Do you mean the Intel video driver?
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CPU and Memory Upgrades - Guide and Discussion 31 Mar 2021 11:05 #122

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I am installed driver from Gygabyte site Intel video driver it works but look that touch screen is not calibrated, what resolution need to be?


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CPU and Memory Upgrades - Guide and Discussion 31 Mar 2021 11:36 #123

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It is 1280 x 800
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CPU and Memory Upgrades - Guide and Discussion 31 Mar 2021 21:32 #124

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Summary,
I installed a clean copy of Windows 10 boot drivers and everything is ok but before that I reset Bios it to the default values, so I would ask someone to take pictures of the important BIOS screens, I would be very grateful?

I upgraded the processor to i7 6700t and Samsung evo 970+ drive but still the passmark shows bad results, please help?
I7 6700t
8gb RAM
Samsung evo 970+
I found that Bios setings for display need to be set - Panel type - 128 x 800 24bit single channel
Hardware monitor in Bios show CPUtemperature - 55 degrece
CPU Fan Speed control I set to - Full speed.


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CPU and Memory Upgrades - Guide and Discussion 01 Apr 2021 07:34 #125

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First of all, Passmark is the absolute worst benchmark test for the MB1. You pay a 30% penalty in all the graphics tests because the software expects a screen resolution of 1920 x 1200. So actually the score is not as bad as it appears.

In BIOS, ensure you have Speedstep enabled and Turbo enabled. Intel virtualization must be disabled.

In most cases, performance takes a hit when there are too many background processes, as I said before.

You should see on boot up the following:


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Check you have the same CPU speed and a process number close to 75.
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CPU and Memory Upgrades - Guide and Discussion 01 Apr 2021 08:10 #126

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Thank you Erik,
will check later when I back home..
What is DVMT pre-allocated value?


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CPU and Memory Upgrades - Guide and Discussion 01 Apr 2021 09:15 #127

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512 (maximum allocation to graphics) - I do not think this setting is critical but since ESDR2 is graphics intensive, I gave it the most RAM possible.
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CPU and Memory Upgrades - Guide and Discussion 01 Apr 2021 20:24 #128

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Dear Erik,

How did you lower the process number to 76 I can't below 102 anyway?

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CPU and Memory Upgrades - Guide and Discussion 01 Apr 2021 21:21 #129

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De-bloat Windows 10. The latest version is full of unneccessary crap.

Start with preventing Background Apps from running. Go to Windows Settings and Background apps - turn them all off except Windows Security. Re-boot and see what your process number is then.
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CPU and Memory Upgrades - Guide and Discussion 01 Apr 2021 21:48 #130

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Dear Erik,
I already done that...
I have only MB1 utility in sturtup


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CPU and Memory Upgrades - Guide and Discussion 02 Apr 2021 07:15 #131

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OK but I do not refer to startup - I refer to background applications per the instruction in my previous email. These will be the baulk of the difference between my 76 and your 102.
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CPU and Memory Upgrades - Guide and Discussion 02 Apr 2021 07:30 #132

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Hello Erik,
In attach print screen are not taken from MB1 Win10 system because I am not at home now but I am sure that I turn off switch for all background application except windows security
so I am on right place..


After restarting windows 102 processes are seen but after a few minutes the number of processes increases

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CPU and Memory Upgrades - Guide and Discussion 02 Apr 2021 08:07 #133

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OK yes you are in the right place. But 102 processes!! It is crazy. Let me go at this another way - I am not trying to batter you here, just posting some pics in case they help you.

Background processes (which can be seen in Task Manager, Processes Tab):


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Google Chrome would not be there normally - it always runs multiple processes and I have to open it to post this message. Dropbox should not be running either so the process total should be in the low 30s.


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Also, Windows processes should be in the mid-30s. There is nothing to be done about Service Host as its locked into the W10 system.

So, you could compare yours with mine and maybe get some idea of where your extra 25 processes are coming from.
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CPU and Memory Upgrades - Guide and Discussion 02 Apr 2021 08:47 #134

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Thank you Erik,
I will try later to compare processes with mine when I back home and will inform you...

Again, thanks for help
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CPU and Memory Upgrades - Guide and Discussion 02 Apr 2021 15:07 #135

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Dear Erik,

I just saw that I have 75 processes about Service Host with fresh install Win10 home. It is very interesting behavior
Any idea?



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