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  1.    14 Sep 2017 #1
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    (IM NEW)newly built pc (ryzen 3 1300x 1060 3gb)micro stuttering


    im so sorry is this is in the wrong forum section sorry i have put this is cpus allready
    just built my new ryzen 3 1300x with gtx 1060 3gb(8gb ram) im getting really bad micro stuttering no matter
    (and yes all newest drivers are installed)what settings i play on these are the games affected
    overwatch 60+fps on epic quality and drops to 20-30 fps (even on low settings this happens)
    battlefield 1 medium settings 60+fps drops to 20-30 same on lower settings
    now csgo doesnt drop fps but its kinda low fps for 1060(150-200 fps on dust2)1080p fullscreen windowed as when i play in anygame in fullscreen it feels very low fps but i get the same on the fps counter so i play in fullscreen windowed
    thanks for looking hope you can help me
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  2.    14 Sep 2017 #2
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    My first step would be to see if there are any other processes that are hogging CPU time and spiking the CPU usage when you play these games. Open your task manager, then play a game for like 5 minutes or so, or until you see tha stutter happen. Exit the game and look at the graph under CPU to see if there are spikes in the usage before and during when the stutter happens.
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  3.    15 Sep 2017 #3
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    hi played battlefield 1 for 20ish mins
    cpu 99% no spikes in graph also ram is 99%
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  4.    15 Sep 2017 #4
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    but just cause 3 is a different story..
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    dropping to 11 fps at times
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  5.    15 Sep 2017 #5
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    gta v also seems to do the samething after 5-10 mins of smooth-ness it starts to spike and reduce fps from 70-80 to 30
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  6.    15 Sep 2017 #6
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    also when playing games it doesnt seem to go low fps also things like dialog cut out and freeze
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  7.    15 Sep 2017 #7
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    and it doesnt seem to be a heat issue
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  8.    15 Sep 2017 #8
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    I was looking at the game specs and for the most part you meet the minimum requirements but fall short on some of the recommended requirements. I would look at the game specs a bit more closely. Since the Ryzen series was released, I've not seen much on game specs for those CPU's.

    Next thing I would look at is; what kind of cooling do your have for your system. Sometimes when a system is not adequately cooled, especially the CPU, you can see this types of glitches. Also, check your monitor cables, make sure they are fully connected and properly seated. If you're using an adapter of some kind, these to can cause those types of glitches.
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  9.    15 Sep 2017 #9
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    Quote Originally Posted by Plankton View Post
    I was looking at the game specs and for the most part you meet the minimum requirements but fall short on some of the recommended requirements. I would look at the game specs a bit more closely. Since the Ryzen series was released, I've not seen much on game specs for those CPU's. Next thing I would look at is; what kind of cooling do your have for your system. Sometimes when a system is not adequately cooled, especially the CPU, you can see this types of glitches. Also, check your monitor cables, make sure they are fully connected and properly seated. If you're using an adapter of some kind, these to can cause those types of glitches.
    yes the highest i have ever seen is 60 on the cpu and 70 on the gpu
    also i had a look in the bios and the bios said my verison was old so i went onto msi site and downloaded the newest bios update installed fine no errors but when i look in my bios it has the same old verison
    oh and also my monitor is not the best its a 32inch 1080p hitachi tv(yes in gamemode) no adaptors im using hdmi
    and all gpu drivers are up to date i dont know if this matters but this was upgraded from w7
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  10.    15 Sep 2017 #10
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    -____- i didnt have amd chipset driver installed should i install( bit of a stupid question)
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