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  1.    31 Aug 2017 #51
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cob Kurtain View Post
    Try with the anniversary update's build (1607), I haven't try yet but I will when I'll have time.
    Tested but it wasn't better
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  2.    31 Aug 2017 #52
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cob Kurtain View Post
    Tested but it wasn't better
    stuttering in every game?
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  3.    01 Sep 2017 #53
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    In order to solve this problem I think the OP needs to switch to another game while testing and diagnosing this issue. All RockStar games have a lot of graphics stability issues. I have had similar issues with all GTA games at some point. It is so long time ago that I can't recall anymore what I did to solve this in my case.
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  4.    01 Sep 2017 #54

    Quote Originally Posted by djanthony93 View Post
    stuttering in every game?
    Well to be honest i can tell you just from the info you entered the stuttering it probably happening because you are using two monitors with different refresh rates lol

    144hz and 60hz equals lag on one of the monitors which will cause the stuttering if the monitors were the same and doing this i would say the GPU is too weak for the setup but realistically you are running two different monitors with two different speeds that arent even close

    Your best bet is to either tone the 144mhz to the weaker monitors level or just disable one because that is the problem i don't understand how anyone else didn't see that
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  5.    01 Sep 2017 #55
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    Great catch @solarstarshines
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  6.    01 Sep 2017 #56

    Quote Originally Posted by slicendice View Post
    Great catch @solarstarshines
    Thank you when dealing with high refresh rates you don't want to mix and match monitors or you'll end up sorry

    For spread sheets and general video it's fine because most videos are only averaging 60hz refresh rate so you will not see it at all only when doing something like gaming that depends on it is when the trouble starts the Monitor basically can't keep up
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  7.    01 Sep 2017 #57
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    I think using one monitor was covered:

    I said this:

    I'm having a hard time understanding how your friends with lesser hardware aren't experiencing the occasional stutter you do. Are they using the EXACT same graphic settings and monitor resolution? I'd be testing with one monitor only, latest Nvidia drivers with a clean install and V Sync off.

    Op said this:
    1. What I've done till now:
    o Tried every graphic settings.
    o All kind of Windows 10 optimizations like Performance mode, Xbox game mode off, disabled unnecessary services and tasks, no antivirus (Windows Defender on only).
    o Hard drive defragmentation.
    o Nvidia control panel optimizations for every game like Thread optimization, tried several v-sync modes, etc.
    o All drivers are updated.
    o No pending Windows updates.
    o Temps are fine, GPU and CPU never go above 65C.
    o Shadowplay overlay off.
    o Playing with one monitor at once.
    o Moved games from HDD to SSD.
    o Tried different version of GPU drivers.
    o Disabled the page on the HDD and fixed its size on the SSD with the reccommended value.
    o Memtest for both RAM stick at once (8 pass each no errors).
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  8.    01 Sep 2017 #58

    Quote Originally Posted by specialkone View Post
    I think using one monitor was covered:

    I said this:

    I'm having a hard time understanding how your friends with lesser hardware aren't experiencing the occasional stutter you do. Are they using the EXACT same graphic settings and monitor resolution? I'd be testing with one monitor only, latest Nvidia drivers with a clean install and V Sync off.

    Op said this:
    1. What I've done till now:
    o Tried every graphic settings.
    o All kind of Windows 10 optimizations like Performance mode, Xbox game mode off, disabled unnecessary services and tasks, no antivirus (Windows Defender on only).
    o Hard drive defragmentation.
    o Nvidia control panel optimizations for every game like Thread optimization, tried several v-sync modes, etc.
    o All drivers are updated.
    o No pending Windows updates.
    o Temps are fine, GPU and CPU never go above 65C.
    o Shadowplay overlay off.
    o Playing with one monitor at once.
    o Moved games from HDD to SSD.
    o Tried different version of GPU drivers.
    o Disabled the page on the HDD and fixed its size on the SSD with the reccommended value.
    o Memtest for both RAM stick at once (8 pass each no errors).
    Well all i can say is this something is causing latency issues which means something is not working correctly i feel it might be his GPU even though he says he isn't having issues with that

    Also i would check in the bios the PCI-E settings also check the slot you have the card in that also could be giving you issues or there is not enough juice going through sometimes a bad PCI-e slot will do this because it's not fully functional try putting the card in a different slot and see if anything changes Also try another card preferably a friends that have the same gpu or vice versa try yours in their build
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  9.    02 Sep 2017 #59
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    Quote Originally Posted by solarstarshines View Post
    Well all i can say is this something is causing latency issues which means something is not working correctly i feel it might be his GPU even though he says he isn't having issues with that

    Also i would check in the bios the PCI-E settings also check the slot you have the card in that also could be giving you issues or there is not enough juice going through sometimes a bad PCI-e slot will do this because it's not fully functional try putting the card in a different slot and see if anything changes Also try another card preferably a friends that have the same gpu or vice versa try yours in their build
    Yes, I suggested to the OP to monitor all voltages. If they are not stable at all times, that could be the issue. I don't know it any action has been taken on this regard. Either way, GTA issues should be eliminated by troubleshooting this issue on another game, known to be stable. GTA is far from stable.
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  10.    02 Sep 2017 #60
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    If it's just micro-stuttering:
    It could be a system timing conflict(Windows own system timer vs. HPET in BIOS), in your case, with system timing, enabling or disabling(opposite of the current setting) HPET in BIOS, and see if it helps.

    A good tool to test if your system timing is the problem is WinTimerTester: WinTimerTester_1.1

    also read this:
    TWEAK: Enable HPET (in BIOS and OS) for better performance and FPS - OS Customization, Tips and Tweaks - Neowin
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