High end build, stuttering in every game

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  1. djanthony93's Avatar
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       #71

    Cob Kurtain said:
    Tested but it wasn't better
    Nvidia support told me it is a Creators update issue and suggested me to roll back to Anniversary
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  2. slicendice's Avatar
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       #72

    Sure, they always try to blame someone else. I doubt that will solve anything in the long run. You will be forced to go to Creators update eventually anyways, so the issue should be solved another way...
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  3. djanthony93's Avatar
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       #73

    slicendice said:
    Sure, they always try to blame someone else. I doubt that will solve anything in the long run. You will be forced to go to Creators update eventually anyways, so the issue should be solved another way...
    Rolled back to Anniversary update suggested by Nvidia, nothing changed lol
    But I'm still here and I'll keep investigating, I recorded an .etl performance track, I noticed a latency spikes in the GTA.exe process, analysing the GPU queue you can see there's no packets being processed, there happens the stuttering / image freeze:

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  4. stealth2920's Avatar
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       #74

    djanthony93 said:
    None of my friends are experiencing any stuttering with the game, even on low end builds
    Just for kicks since you tried everything else, try DXTORY software. I had one game that would stutter all the time. I tried this and it works perfect. It does several things but the only thing I checked was the frame rate. I selected to force the framerate to 60 fps. Worked for me anyway. My system is newer than yours and still got stuttering in that game until I installed that software.
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  5. djanthony93's Avatar
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       #75

    stealth2920 said:
    Just for kicks since you tried everything else, try DXTORY software. I had one game that would stutter all the time. I tried this and it works perfect. It does several things but the only thing I checked was the frame rate. I selected to force the framerate to 60 fps. Worked for me anyway. My system is newer than yours and still got stuttering in that game until I installed that software.
    You have probably fixed a stuttering that you would be able to notice at 144hz only
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  6. stealth2920's Avatar
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       #76

    djanthony93 said:
    You have probably fixed a stuttering that you would be able to notice at 144hz only
    Actually I had the stuttering no matter what hz I ran the monitor at. Nothing I did corrected the stutter until someone suggested that software that forces the frame rate to whatever you assign it to. 60 fps just happened to fix that game. None of my other games were ever an issue though.
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  7. djanthony93's Avatar
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       #77

    stealth2920 said:
    Actually I had the stuttering no matter what hz I ran the monitor at. Nothing I did corrected the stutter until someone suggested that software that forces the frame rate to whatever you assign it to. 60 fps just happened to fix that game. None of my other games were ever an issue though.
    Capping the frame rate to 60hz and playing it at 72hz with vsync enabled shoudl reduce the stuttering but there's some games having troubles with 144hz vsync actually, I'm still investigating if this is a problem of my hardware or a problem of the games.
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  8. solarstarshines's Avatar
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       #78

    djanthony93 said:
    Capping the frame rate to 60hz and playing it at 72hz with vsync enabled shoudl reduce the stuttering but there's some games having troubles with 144hz vsync actually, I'm still investigating if this is a problem of my hardware or a problem of the games.
    Sounds more hardware related i have two monitors from asus both swift one is 2560/1440 144hz the other is 3440/1440p 100hz i think your card might be faulty
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  9. djanthony93's Avatar
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       #79

    solarstarshines said:
    Sounds more hardware related i have two monitors from asus both swift one is 2560/1440 144hz the other is 3440/1440p 100hz i think your card can't handle the speed it might be bottle necking
    Have you read about Rocket League? I'm getting 250 fps without Vsync, never go under 180~, why would the Vsync makes my fps unstable and cause that occasional stuttering? Also GTA V is giving me some random freezes even when Vsync is disabled, also when the stutter occurs it will not be recorded as an fps drop
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  10. solarstarshines's Avatar
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       #80

    I calculated your I5-6600K and 1060-6GB you have 8% Bottleneck which is pretty good

    You get any other GPU higher than that one you will experience a higher bottleneck
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