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Hi all I see that the new drivers were tested on Windows 1903 but would it be possible to try them on Windows 10 1809? I use Windows 10 1809 LTSC because I hate Win 10 Home/Pro I don't want the store , Cortana or any other crap software. I will be upgrading to a 3700x or a 3900x if I can find one. Would love to see the performance with v1809. Thanks all
 
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Hi all I see that the new drivers were tested on Windows 1903 but would it be possible to try them on Windows 10 1809? I use Windows 10 1809 LTSC because I hate Win 10 Home/Pro I don't want the store , Cortana or any other crap software. I will be upgrading to a 3700x or a 3900x if I can find one. Would love to see the performance with v1809. Thanks all
They work on 1809. You'll be good.
 
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Hi all I see that the new drivers were tested on Windows 1903 but would it be possible to try them on Windows 10 1809? I use Windows 10 1809 LTSC because I hate Win 10 Home/Pro I don't want the store , Cortana or any other crap software. I will be upgrading to a 3700x or a 3900x if I can find one. Would love to see the performance with v1809. Thanks all
Sure but you wont get the benefits of the new scheduler in 1903.
 

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Sure but you wont get the benefits of the new scheduler in 1903.
This is what I was concerned about. I can set the min processor state to 99% and max to 100% just like AMD Robert said on 1809 and see if it does anything. I don't know why Microsoft doesn't just patch 1809 with that scheduler, we don't need anything else from 1903 just that scheduler.
 

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This is true. 1903's core scheduler is supposed to provide a boost to performance but how much is yet to be determined.
Exactly I read only a few percent in some games/applications but even that you will hardly notice. Rocket League is one game I saw up on their slide but, I don't believe them :D I trust actual reviewers more, like Gamers Nexus tech Jesus :D
 
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Exactly I read only a few percent in some games/applications but even that you will hardly notice. Rocket League is one game I saw up on their slide but, I don't believe them :D I trust actual reviewers more, like Gamers Nexus tech Jesus :D
I just upgraded to 1903 after delaying it for some time, mainly because lack of X-FI Titanium HD driver. After updating major driver that supported for new Windows (chipset, graphics and sound) I done some benches, the differences were almost nil. But overall its snappier while in-game, most noticeable in Battlefield V. The small hitching here and there is gone. Perhaps the CCX aware scheduling is in effect.

But other problem arise, like I can't alt-tab out of game (currently testing BL2) or it will immediately not responding and need to force close. Skyrim just crash to desktop when loading saved games. Media Player Classics (k lite codec) also missing the recent video list when right clicking the icon in taskbar.
 
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To me the CCX awareness scheduler helped a lot. The 1200 is a 2+2 configuration, so you will hit the second CCX quite often.
 
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I just upgraded to 1903 after delaying it for some time, mainly because lack of X-FI Titanium HD driver. After updating major driver that supported for new Windows (chipset, graphics and sound) I done some benches, the differences were almost nil. But overall its snappier while in-game, most noticeable in Battlefield V. The small hitching here and there is gone. Perhaps the CCX aware scheduling is in effect.

But other problem arise, like I can't alt-tab out of game (currently testing BL2) or it will immediately not responding and need to force close. Skyrim just crash to desktop when loading saved games. Media Player Classics (k lite codec) also missing the recent video list when right clicking the icon in taskbar.
Hmm, probably in some games it's more responsive like in your case with BF V. I think they will have to again update and fix 1903's issues like you are describing. I have no choice or a full install of Win 10 Pro which I'm not even thinking about :D Win 10 LTSC 1809 is rock solid and doesn't include the following: Calendar, Camera, Clock, Mail, Money, Music, News, OneNote, Sports, Weather, Cortana, Edge Browser, or Apps store. Currently the games I'm playing are, Guild Wars 2, Paladins, Overwatch and started Deus Ex - Mankind Divided again. I don't think the scheduler will have any affect on me :D
 
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I would but with LTSC they don't have any feature updates. I think for LTSC it will be in March for 1903.
I've heard next LTSC is the first update of 2020.
 
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I would but with LTSC they don't have any feature updates.
That's not true, if you have or want to get an RTX card you need 1903 1809 for full support.
I think for LTSC it will be in March for 1903.
It's already out. I'm currently testing it for use in my personal machine.
EDIT; Been testing out a lot of software for the upcoming school year and got some of the version numbers mixed up.. Sorry folks.
 
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That's not true, if you have or want to get an RTX card you need 1903 for full support.

It's already out. I'm currently testing it for use in my personal machine.
Really? I have to look into that. I just bought a EVGA RTX 2070 Super, but not really for ray tracing because of the piss poor performance mostly to run games faster :D
I'm using a 2700x + ASRock x470 Taichi and with all the problems with the BIOS getting a 3700x to run stable is just not there now. I will now search for Windows 10 1903 LTSC
 
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Hmm, probably in some games it's more responsive like in your case with BF V. I think they will have to again update and fix 1903's issues like you are describing. I have no choice or a full install of Win 10 Pro which I'm not even thinking about :D Win 10 LTSC 1809 is rock solid and doesn't include the following: Calendar, Camera, Clock, Mail, Money, Music, News, OneNote, Sports, Weather, Cortana, Edge Browser, or Apps store. Currently the games I'm playing are, Guild Wars 2, Paladins, Overwatch and started Deus Ex - Mankind Divided again. I don't think the scheduler will have any affect on me :D
And I ask why you would want none of that stuff? I mean I can understand that some of the bundled apps can be a bit annoying but some of them are quite useful while the annoying apps can be removed/uninstalled.
 
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Saves time, you just install LTSC, what you need, and you are done, no need to start deleting bloatware.
Only setting you have to change is disable telemetry on gpedit.msc.
 
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Saves time, you just install LTSC, what you need, and you are done, no need to start deleting bloatware.
Two minutes worth of time? Really? I can remove those apps in two minutes. Even less if you get one of those batch files that can remove them in one shot using Powershell commands.
 
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Two minutes worth of time? Really? I can remove those apps in two minutes. Even less if you get one of those batch files that can remove them in one shot using Powershell commands.
On each PC that uses it, almost every day. It's even more time saved on low RAM systems.
Believe me, I have to install a lot of 1GB 32bit single core systems that somehow NEED Windows 10.
 
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On each PC that uses it, almost every day. It's even more time saved on low RAM systems.
Believe me, I have to install a lot of 1GB 32bit single core systems that somehow NEED Windows 10.
May God have mercy on your soul.
 
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