- Jul 11, 2001
With my 5900X, using 22H2, it is showing the last BIOS time as 9.7 seconds. And that is with Fast Boot (Setting in Windows) OFF.
It's about the processor, I was thinking of replacing the 2700x, but somehow it seems to me that it's unprofitable, in games the 5600x is much faster, but let's say in cpu-z i have a bigger cpu multi thread.no ext. drive connected
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what bug?I didn't even know about this update till today is the Nvidia bug a real problem or has it been patched already?
Well, my 6700 machine has updated to 11 22H2 and guess what: now, if I have the iGPU enabled, games would never go beyond 20-30fps on the PCIE Rx 480 card. Same thing with the 6700k/Rx580 after that update. I couldn't find a solution online though. Disabling Intel 530 brings stuff back to the normal 60+ fps, but why is it so?
I do not have any option on the AMD Adrenaline driver where to change the default VGA. I guess I am gonna have to get accostumied with this new version of Windows 11. Thanks anyway.My guess is that it's trying to use your iGPU as the preferred graphics processor. This is a side-effect of how GPUs work on gaming laptops. You have the integrated GPU that is used for as much as possible in order to save battery life, and the discrete GPU is only used as needed. A game can use either GPU, and still display on your primary monitor, regardless of which GPU your monitor is actually plugged into.
Unfortunately, while I know how to fix this on an Nvidia (dedicated GPU) / Intel (iGPU) system, I'm not sure exactly how to fix it on an AMD (dedicated GPU) / Intel (iGPU) system. Usually it involves making sure that your graphics settings aren't set to max power savings; set them to High performance / Max performance instead.
Try this: https://www.ubisoft.com/en-us/help/article/switching-to-your-pcs-dedicated-gpu-amd/000081033
I do not have any option on the AMD Adrenaline driver where to change the default VGA. I guess I am gonna have to get accostumied with this new version of Windows 11. Thanks anyway.
that ^^There might be a BIOS setting where you can change your primary GPU? I know MSI boards have a setting for that.
No update broke the reg fix yet for me, the ungrouping on the taskbar still require a 3rd party intervention I am pretty sure, which I imagine if you have a limited amount of monitors could be quite a big deal.I assume no right click with full options is still not something that can be selected? I hate having to click "show more options". I know there were registry fixes, but those never worked for me as I assume each minor update breaks them.
That along with never combining task bar makes the GUI too unusable for me. Anytime I have more than one instance of a folder or program open productivity drops.
No update broke the reg fix yet for me, the ungrouping on the taskbar still require a 3rd party intervention I am pretty sure, which I imagine if you have a limited amount of monitors could be quite a big deal.
But there is folder tab (like with the with the cmd-powershell) in the default explorer without having to use the the FreeCommander-TotalCommander third party file manager app now, but it is very basic.
Did you use via the powershell method ? cpy-pasting should make it error free.That is interesting. I could never get the registry fix to work. I googled around at the time and it seemed like updates broke it. Maybe I followed a dated/wrong reg fix method?
There is that option indeed, PCIE is selected as primary, as it's always been, what changed was Windows 11 behavior after 22H2. No sucess so far, I'll have to enable/disable everytime I need to use the iGPU or play.There might be a BIOS setting where you can change your primary GPU? I know MSI boards have a setting for that.
Win 11 is just Win 10 with a new dress.
Did you use via the powershell method ? cpy-pasting should make it error free.
I am really unsure why allowing ungrouping take so much time to bring back
Command line made it work everywhere on my Windows, but I did not try others ways before to compareWill doing it via the command like make it work on the desktop as well? Will probably try that later.