Why is happenin? Look pictures please. Cpus cores and threads not work together. My english bad sorry but all hardwares new. Motherboard msi meg ace z390 - i9 9900k - corsair 150i pro - msi rtx 2080ti x trio. ssd m2 is 970 evo plus and ssd sata is evo 860 . ram is 16gb corsair 3200mhz. My psu corsair rm850x(2018) What am I missing? I use windows 10 pro. But one thing is when I download msi motherboard chipset, All lookin well outside but when I click Intel(R) PCI Express Root Port #1 - A338 or another port it says in event: cannonlake hsystem - the device didnot start. And why them all says cannonlake. It need coffee lake ? When I press Intel(R) PCIe Controller (x16) - 1901 and it's for rtx 2080ti. Event say: device uploaded(skylakesystem inf.) What is that? Why My all chipset devices work with cannonlake or skylake. I tried reinstall windows but always this happenin. Another side I use UPS 1400VA I think its 750W . This ups can be do that not stability cpu usages? I tried overclock 5ghz cpu but it didnt change anything. When I put vsync on and use framecap it looks like pictures but when I close vsync and none cap that all doing same thing. I really dont understand.Please look pictures
The misidentification of the chipset device is occurring because you don't have the latest Chipset Device Software properly installed on your system. Use this process:
Here is download page for the latest version of the package that I can find: https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/28217/Intel-Chipset-Device-Software-for-Windows-10-64-bit-....
As for core and thread utilization in your game, this is purely based upon the implementation of your game. You need to be asking your game developers why they didn't design their game to better take advantage of the additional execution threads available to it. Unfortunately, this is a common problem in games these days. Poor, rushed, crappy implementations.
Hope this helps,
But ur link say: Nuc kit. Mine is not nuc kit. I use case with msi meg ace z390 motherboard. I can download it too or you give me a wrong something?
Let's just say that I am hoping that this is version will work, since it is the most recent I could find. If it does not work, it won't do any harm; we can just try again with an alternate version if this is the case