I use several drives:
1 x SSD for Windows and most used Programms
1 x HD (Seagate Barracuda 2 TB) for Storage
2 x HD (Seagate Barracuda 1 TB) in Raid 0 for Recording (yes, i know about the risks, but i need the speed! )
there are some performance issues with windows 10 so wait until redmond manages to fix them
i am on the insider and even there it's not 100% well
ZP, I think most Ryzen BIOS/UEFI codes do a pretty extensive memory test during POST and may mark some offline. Please run CPU-Z and post a screenshot of the memory tab so we can see what channel configuration and memory you are running. Thanks and enjoy, John.
Hmm...in BIOS i set the Memory to 3200MHz, but GPU-Z tells a different Story:
Wow...the AMD-Software looks way different than your screenshot!
As far as i remember, during the installation of this Software i got some errors saying, that i don't have any AMD or Radeon-Hardware installed.
BTW Hardware Manager has no unidentified Hardware listed.
ZP, the memory speed is fine. It is showing 1600 MHz, half of your 3200 MHz (how DDR works). I wanted to make sure your system was in Quad channel and showing all 32 GB. I assume the Task Manager shows all 32 GB usable. Our AMD Software display is quite different due to my having a AMD Radeon video card. You do need to update your TR Chipset drivers. I get mine here. Unless your MB vendor recommends you get these drivers from them, I strongly recommend you get them from the AMD site. Seems like MB vendor drivers are always down level. RAID and Aquantia NIC drivers are different and must be DLed from the MB vendor (at least for ASRock). Please tell me a little more about your RAID0 and post a screenshot of the RAIDXper2. Thanks and enjoy, John.
EDIT: If your video editing is dependent on your RAID0, then a HW RAID0 of Samsung SSDs may help. I am running a RAID0 of two Samsung 960 EVO 250 GB SSDs. Performance looks like this:
yeah, afterwards i thought it's displayed this way, but good to hear.
Yes, all of the installed Memory is usable in the Task Manager.
I've downloaded the Chipset Drivers directly from AMD and compered them to the one from Gigabyte (my MB-Vendor).
As you mentioned, they where outdated...
After installing them, it looks way more like your screenshot.
I'm not the biggest Fan of onboard RAID-Controllers, so i like to use my DawiControl 600e RAID-Controller. Because of this, there are no Settings available from the onboard Controller.
Using SSDs is a massive boost of Speed, for sure, but i would need at least 2 TB of space. My RAID0 delivers stable 330 MB/s and this is more than enough, even for (nearly) lossless 4K 60 fps Gameplay. But, as far as the Pricing for bigger SSDs will drop, i surely will swap my drives.
Thank you very much for your Help and Support!
You are very welcome, ZP. It does not seem we have addressed your video editing speed problem. Did the later drivers help at all? I am running out of suggestions, but I do not think waiting for W10 to get faster is the answer. Thanks and enjoy, John.
EDIT: Please run GPU-Z and paste the output here - will tell us some info about your video card. When you are doing your video work what does the CPU & GPU utilization look like?
EDIT again: you might try running PassMark. Here's mine: