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AMD has the option of a type of small overclock or at least the so-called stay longer on The fast Certain. I for example had all kinds of crashes that are actually related to gpu and I blamed the video card, but in the end after I canceled it then all the crashes stopped completely.

In some motherboards of Asus So they turned it on in recent bios by default.

Do a Google search for precision boost crash or pbo crash and you will see that many have crashes with it. And the benefit is not in heaven.

@K1ko7

I read about it a bit and worth a try I will update, appreciate!
 

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"Connecting two displays with large differences in resolution / refresh rates may cause flickering ..."

There is a problem with screens with a different refresh rate that exists for some video cards .

For Nvidia the problems with the screens are mostly black screens and the like.

So do not think it is related.

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"Connecting two displays with large differences in resolution / refresh rates may cause flickering ..."

There is a problem with screens with a different refresh rate that exists for some video cards AMD.

For Nvidia the problems with the screens are mostly black screens and the like.

So do not think it is related.

@K1ko7

Makes sense .. because the glitch happened to me both with an amd video card and with a video card of

In the meantime since I reset the BIOS settings and left only the xmp the glitch has not happened but that also does not mean it has been resolved so I am really waiting to see if it comes back ..

In the meantime look for more options that can cause this type of glitch. 

@ A-10 There's no way I'm up to first with one screen, it's not something I can afford for myself in terms of studies and work.

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Apart from resetting the BIOS, you will try to see if you have a pbo or precision boost setting set up for you of all types (in my motherboard some 5 different lines). This is something new that Asus has set to be the default and it can cause issues and recommends disabling it. Before this run it was considered oc and was void of warranty.

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Apart from resetting the BIOS, you will try to see if you have a pbo or precision boost setting set up for you of all types (in my motherboard some 5 different lines). This is something new that Asus has set to be the default and it can cause issues and recommends disabling it. Before this run it was considered oc and was void of warranty.

@K1ko7

It's on auto I tried to cancel and run tests again ..
The board is of aorus not of .
And yet I fall into the category of all the pbo etc. it writes to me that it voids warranty.

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It's on auto I tried to cancel and run tests again ..
The board is of aorus not of ASUS.
And yet I fall into the category of all the pbo etc. it writes to me that it voids warranty.

I got confused with the series. So he's actually of . Anyway this is probably a move by some manufacturers to run it on auto in recent bios.

To me it made trouble and I got over it in the end.

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The truth is that despite the antivirus being a bit suspicious, it's easier for me to blame chromium Maybe even on the road runs the other. Try disabling hardware acceleration in Chrome. I know it can do things in style.

https://www.howtogeek.com/412738/how-to-turn-hardware-acceleration-on-and-off-in-chrome/

@K1ko7

The truth is that Bull sounds appropriate to the phenomenon, only that I do not understand why this will happen to my hardware, which is relatively strong.

What's more it does not happen to any of my colleagues who use the same programming and the same things as me.

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It has nothing to do with how new or powerful the hardware is. Google likes to run experimental studies in an extensive way that can go wrong. @K1ko7

It edits a sample and not for all users. On the contrary, the newer your hardware, the more likely you are to get into these designs. You have the option to set in Chrome that you are not interested in these studies.

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It has nothing to do with how new or powerful the hardware is. Google likes to run experimental studies in an extensive way that can go wrong. @K1ko7

It edits a sample and not for all users. On the contrary, the newer your hardware, the more likely you are to get into these designs.

Interesting .. even more interesting if it will really solve because I read about it and it really happens from math calculations and all sorts of things that made sense lie as a result of my work, what also was written that it concerns GPU so it fits stamp for these 2 things, again thanks for the help dude update If the fault returns!

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It has nothing to do with how new or powerful the hardware is. Google likes to run experimental studies in an extensive way that can go wrong. @K1ko7

It edits a sample and not for all users. On the contrary, the newer your hardware, the more likely you are to get into these designs. You have the option to set in Chrome that you are not interested in these studies.

Unfortunately the glitch happened again this time the av was not even on high consumption of ram ..
Yes I have no idea which way to go, maybe it's already time to go to the lab?

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