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  1.    05 Sep 2017 #81

    Quote Originally Posted by djanthony93 View Post
    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
    I actually edited my response have you tried other GPU's in your machine to seeif it does the same ?

    Another 1060 ?
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  2.    05 Sep 2017 #82
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    Quote Originally Posted by solarstarshines View Post
    I actually edited my response have you tried other GPU's in your machine to seeif it does the same ?

    Another 1060 ?
    I have no other GPU or any other build unfortunally, is there any test to exclude it is a faulty hardware issue?
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  3.    05 Sep 2017 #83

    Quote Originally Posted by djanthony93 View Post
    I have no other GPU or any other build unfortunally, is there any test to exclude it is a faulty hardware issue?
    Stuttering pretty much equals input lag there is bad communication between the Gpu and monitor so i would either test a solo monitor again none of the one's you have for gaming

    Also the card could be starved for Power as well i would crank all voltages to max and see what it does

    GPU Voltage and target voltage
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  4.    05 Sep 2017 #84
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    Quote Originally Posted by solarstarshines View Post
    Stuttering pretty much equals input lag there is bad communication between the Gpu and monitor so i would either test a solo monitor again none of the one's you have for gaming

    Also the card could be starved for Power as well i would crank all voltages to max and see what it does

    GPU Voltage and target voltage
    NOOO! DON't crank up your voltages to MAX...you could blow your GPU or something else too if not careful. But yes, monitor the voltages, as I have mentioned repeatedly. If you get a lot of swings then there might be some PSU issues or cable connection issues.
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  5.    05 Sep 2017 #85

    Quote Originally Posted by slicendice View Post
    NOOO! DON't crank up your voltages to MAX...you could blow your GPU or something else too if not careful. But yes, monitor the voltages, as I have mentioned repeatedly. If you get a lot of swings then there might be some PSU issues or cable connection issues.
    Do you even know what i am talking about ?

    I am talking about GPU voltages that are safe to boost to max he can take his locked voltage and max it out as the same with his target voltage i know what i am talking about

    Now as i was saying if you look at the photo of my Auros 1080ti i have it cranked to max it might need some extra juice and this will help with stability and possibly a undervolted card and make sure to use max power in Nvidia settings as well

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  6.    05 Sep 2017 #86
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    Quote Originally Posted by solarstarshines View Post
    Do you even know what i am talking about ?

    I am talking about GPU voltages that are safe to boost to max he can take his locked voltage and max it out as the same with his target voltage i know what i am talking about

    Now as i was saying if you look at the photo of my Auros 1080ti i have it cranked to max it might need some extra juice and this will help with stability and possibly a undervolted card and make sure to use max power in Nvidia settings as well

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    Yes I know exactly what I am talking about! As electrical engineering as a secondary hobby, I know that cranking up voltages can work, but you can also blow up your system, including the PSU. Start by monitoring the voltages at heavy load and ALWAYS increase them carefully. If there is a problem with the PSU or some cabling you might end up in completely fried computer, including PSU, MB, HDDS, GPU and CPU.

    More of something is not always better, unless it is justified, but we have not seen any proof of more juice needed as of yet.
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  7.    05 Sep 2017 #87

    Quote Originally Posted by slicendice View Post
    Yes I know exactly what I am talking about! As electrical engineering as a secondary hobby, I know that cranking up voltages can work, but you can also blow up your system, including the PSU. Start by monitoring the voltages at heavy load and ALWAYS increase them carefully. If there is a problem with the PSU or some cabling you might end up in completely fried computer, including PSU, MB, HDDS, GPU and CPU.

    More of something is not always better, unless it is justified, but we have not seen any proof of more juice needed as of yet.
    Depending on the board it should handle it and you know as a engineer which i am not you know there is a shut down protection before something goes haywire and that is actually dependent on the hardware he is using so far from his specs he is using a asus mobo and good ram

    His psu shouldn't overload if it is a good one
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  8.    05 Sep 2017 #88
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    Quote Originally Posted by solarstarshines View Post
    Depending on the board it should handle it and you know as a engineer which i am not you know there is a shut down protection before something goes haywire and that is actually dependent on the hardware he is using so far from his specs he is using a asus mobo and good ram

    His psu shouldn't overload if it is a good one
    We need facts for this particular system. A trustworthy brand or PSU is not a fact for 100% of all devices with exactly the same configuration as the OP computer. There is variance in everything. First we need to collect all available stats, and then we can start adjusting something if justified.

    A simple 3.3V reference can be anything from 3.2 - 3.4V at heavy load and can cause a lot of instability if it varies a lot. But we need proof of stability before we go into adjusting all parameters. It is just a matter of eliminating things that do work and focus on things that do not work.

    Since the OP has no issue running benchmarks, the problem is most likely somewhere else.
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  9.    05 Sep 2017 #89

    Quote Originally Posted by slicendice View Post
    We need facts for this particular system. A trustworthy brand or PSU is not a fact for 100% of all devices with exactly the same configuration as the OP computer. There is variance in everything. First we need to collect all available stats, and then we can start adjusting something if justified.

    A simple 3.3V reference can be anything from 3.2 - 3.4V at heavy load and can cause a lot of instability if it varies a lot. But we need proof of stability before we go into adjusting all parameters. It is just a matter of eliminating things that do work and focus on things that do not work.

    Since the OP has no issue running benchmarks, the problem is most likely somewhere else.
    Benchmarks don't have to run choppy to have a issue

    Sometimes a Benchmark can be choppy due to non updated system files

    Anyway the OP has tried pretty much everything besides that
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  10.    07 Sep 2017 #90
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    Voltages are fine, there's no fluctuations.
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