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hi, even tho i dont have threadripper, but a plain 1600X
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passmark's performance test - cpu floating point test
that one gets crappy low score with HPET disabled

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I had the same issue. I found also using an older single thread app SuperPI MOD hat on 16K it went from 0.140 Sec to 0.350 Sec. It was Windows10 that did it, I went and did the system restore and got all of the performance back.
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I have no idea when this started happening so I wouldn't know where to restore the system to. reinstalling windows is a total nightmare right now. I'm gonna leave this drastic solution as a last resort and keep looking for a way out. Unhappy
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I used the restore/reset and keep data files. I had to then reinstall all my apps. Yes I know it was a pain.......
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (1) Thanks(1)   Quote ventralstreams Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04 Jan 2018 at 6:35pm
Ok. With heavy heart I reset windows but was really happy to get performance back. I will have to be careful with what I install from now on I guess. Thank you all.

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Great to see that it worked, though! It might be worthwhile to take system image backups now and then, so you don't need to reset Windows totally if this occurs again. It might also help pinpoint which change in the system caused it to happen.
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Windows restore is a waste of space and time for me at least.

Re-deploying from the latest .iso is a matter of 15 minutes. 15 more to plop the other software. Plus, it's always the better option. Images, videos, music, work - all on the home NAS (RAID 10 for best of both worlds). This way I can keep bare minimal working environment on all my PCs.
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Mine again went south. I tried restore to a point I knew was good but this did not restore the performance. I had to reset again.
This time I am installing Macrium Reflect, and hopefully I can track the performance better.
 
Edit; I should note even though task manager shows 100% usage the integer and then floating point scores are the ones reduced that give it the overall low score.


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Here's mine:





Mine's been overclocked to 4.0GHz w/ 3200MHz memory.

I'm not sure what it could be that saps your performance. If it's not running as a process or eating cycles, which would be visible in Task Manager, then what other effect could software be having on your CPU?

Could it be that you somehow enabled Game Mode? That would halve the number of cores of your CPU and improve latency. I'd have thought you would know if you had enabled it, though. I think it has to be done via Ryzen Master.

https://www.anandtech.com/show/11726/retesting-amd-ryzen-threadrippers-game-mode-halving-cores-for-more-performance


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and mine now;
 
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