It very normal business practise pointing finger to each other working within. So end of the day as a consumer who need to wait for explaination and solution. By the time they fixed the issue, more issue arise and it go on and on and never end till new generation cpu, chipset and mobo release.
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the nvidia driver doesn't cause page faults, this is a disregardable value since 99% of them are thrown by the Windows defender active scanner.
excessive dpc latency is due to bus errors, remove or get a gen 4 qualified riser.
anything under 600 is perfectly fine operation, this is a transition spike between low power bus state and full power bus state.
Your picture has no conflicts.
So is this acceptable? Doing a simple render test in GPU Z to check the bandwidth test and then doing a quick test with Crystal disk mark almost instantly bangs me into the thousands? And this is with the GPU not doing anything intensive just the question mark bandwidth test in GPUz and a quick M2 Read test in Crystal disk mark.
This is not normal behaviour looking at that it's a motherboard or motherboard driver issue.
Do you mean have the FPS dropping and system frozen issues while gaming?
May I have the model name, bios version and bios settings of your motherboard and the driver version of your RTX 3080?