(IM NEW)newly built pc (ryzen 3 1300x 1060 3gb)micro stuttering

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  1. Plankton's Avatar
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    Then I would install all my mobo drivers from your DVD for your MSI mobo and then update each driver as needed. Or pre-download all the current drivers to a USB drive and install the current drivers from USB drive.
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       #22

    after fresh install everything seems to be the same
    looking at this video im getting alot worse fps than i should be
    Ryzen 3 1200 OC 3.9GHz paired with a GTX 1060 - Enough for 60 FPS at 1080p? - 14 Games Tested - YouTube
    im using the same settings as him but getting 40fps droping to 19
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       #23

    help
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    and yes i have installed drivers
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  5. Plankton's Avatar
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    Use this software to determine if you have a bottleneck with your hardware.

    Home | The Bottlenecker | First bottleneck calculator
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    Graphic card and processor will work great togetherAMD Ryzen 3 1300X with GeForce GTX 1060 3GB (x1) will produce only 7% of bottleneck
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  7. Plankton's Avatar
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    What's the refresh rate of your TV vs what is says it's running in your Nvidia control panel.
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    60hz
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    hmm my cpu clock is changing lots(this isnt in game i havnt tested that)
    i was on desktop and the clock of my cpu keeps changing going from like 1.4 to 3.5 maybe this is the problem of the fps drops?
    (IM NEW)newly built pc (ryzen 3 1300x 1060 3gb)micro stuttering-image.png
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  10. CountMike's Avatar
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    That's normal for non overclocked processor on (near)idle. What you can do is to look at your power plan > advanced options > Processor and set minimum state to 100%.
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