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  1. Been having a nasty stutter that only goes away when I turn off MB Ransomware Protection. It doesn't matter what I am doing I get the stutter usually every few seconds. I thought it might have been a confliction with the Acronis Active Protection but after disabling and even uninstalling Acronis it still persisted until I disabled the MBRP. I think everyone will agree that with my system's specs I should never be getting any type of stutter unless I am maxing out my systems resources. Any thoughts on this? I am not too worried about having it disabled as Acronis will cover the gap but all the same I don't like having to disable parts of protection software. EDIT: I should also specify I am using the latest drivers for everything, as well as the latest versions of all protection software, and this is a fresh install of Windows 10. I also will not be posting the ridiculous amount of system information that the tools collects and zips. Feel free to ask for any additional information. Protection: Webroot Malwarebytes Acronis System Info: Operating System Windows 10 Pro 64-bit CPU Intel Core i7-8700K @ 5.00GHz 44 °C Coffee Lake 14nm Technology RAM 32.0GB Dual-Channel DDR4 @ 2400MHz (15-15-15-36) Motherboard ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC. ROG STRIX Z370-E GAMING (LGA1151v3) 27 °C Graphics ASUS PB287Q (3840x2160@60Hz) EPSON PROJECTOR (1280x800@60Hz) AOC 2280W (1920x1080@60Hz) 2047MB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti (EVGA) 64 °C Storage 3725GB Western Digital WDC WD40EZRX-00SPEB0 4TB (SATA ) 31 °C 5589GB Western Digital WDC WD6003FZBX-00K5WB0 6TB (SATA ) 33 °C 953GB Samsung SSD 970 PRO 1TB (NVME (SSD)) Optical Drives ASUS BW-12B1ST HL-DT-ST DVD+-RW GH50N Audio NVIDIA High Definition Audio
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