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  1. i use 2 USB adapters and i get microstutters in online games with both, offline games work fine (as long as they are optimized of course). would i fix the microstutters if i got a PCIE adapter? i have no way of getting a cable to test if it's the adapter unfortunately. i'm loosing my mind over this because i bought this PC like 3 months ago and i have this problem since... the first adapter (a newer one which i bought with my PC) is Netis WF2190 and the second one is TP-LINK TL WN722N super old and it's latest driver is only for W8.1 and is from 2013 PC specs (not any problem with those): MSI VENTUS RTX 2060 i5 9600K (stock speed) 16GB 3000 RAM MSI Tomahawk Z390 has anyone ever had this problem before? or does anyone know what else could it be? ANY help GREATLY appreciated.
  2. i use 2 USB adapters and i get microstutters in online games with both, offline games work fine (as long as they are optimized of course). would i fix the microstutters if i got a PCIE adapter? i have no way of getting a cable to test if it's the adapter unfortunately. i'm loosing my mind over this because i bought this PC like 3 months ago and i have this problem since... the first adapter (a newer one which i bought with my PC) is Netis WF2190 and the second one is TP-LINK TL WN722N super old and it's latest driver is only for W8.1 and is from 2013 has anyone ever had this problem before? or does anyone know what else could it be? ANY help GREATLY appreciated.
  3. Kokac

    Microstutters in online games

    i've been having this super annoying issue since i bought this PC, which was like 3 months ago and i desperatly need help so ANY help is GREATLY appreciated. so when i play some worse (not the worst) optimized games (PUBG, Arma 3, tried murderous pursuits, Hurtworld or Rust) online i get microstutters, but if i play the games offline (murderous pursuits, unfortunately NOT Arma, but that's probably understandabe) they run super fine. some OPTIMIZED games (Dragon Ball FighterZ, Rainbows Six Siege...) work fine even online but not every game is THIS optimized right? can anyone please help me with my issue? those are REAL microstutters by the way (increases in frametime, measured using MSI Afterburner) specs: RTX 2060 i5 9600K (stock speed) 16GB 3000 I tried 2 wireless adapters (i have NO way of plugging in a cable, so please don't even mention it): Netis WF2190 - Adapter i bought with the PC, probably just a shitty adapter if there's not something with my PC TP-LINK TL-WN722N V1 - latest driver is super old (2013), doesn't even support W10 (supports only W8 or W8.1 (not sure rn)) ANY HELP GREATLY APPRECIATED
  4. yes, my CPU usage does indeed spike a bit (3-10%, 10 is maybe an exaggeration) when the frametime spikes happen. Here's my Afterburner log when playing PUBG: HardwareMonitoring.hml
  5. Nope, i just tried pinging my router via cmd, which turned out to be okay. Ehat software should i use to test the connection, even tho i don't care about it... I'm here for the frametime not latency afterall!
  6. i'm not talking about lag spikes, i'm talking about frametime. Please read the whole post.
  7. sorry, i'm finishing the post. I accidentally pressed something and it got sent
  8. Hello, I have a high-end PC with a wifi adapter, because right now i have no way of plugging a cable into the PC (i will have a cable but it doesn't look like it's going to be soon enough). i experience some frameTIME (not frameRATE) spikes in ONLY ONLINE games, e.g. online mode in GRID 2, Rust, PUBG etc... i found somewhere on the internet that USB wifi adapters always tend to force top priority for the CPU, thus the CPU first does the adapter work and then renders the frame. Offline games work fine. Is there any way of getting a consistent frametime in online games with the adapter? P.S. MY LATENCY IS GOOD EVERY TIME, AROUND 50ms, SO PLEASE SPEAK TO THE TOPIC AND DON'T TALK ABOUT LATENCY. PC Specs: MSI Ventus RTX 2060 6GB OC GPU i5 9600k (stock speed) CPU 16GB 3000 RAM Patriot Burst 240GB SSD Seagate Barracuda 2TB HDD MSI Tomahawk Z390 mobo Netis WF2190 wifi adapter Seasonic Focus Plus Gold - 650W PSU Windows 10 Home 64bit i'm attaching some MSI Afterburner logs. GRID 2 offline: GRID 2 online: Rust (capped to 74fps using RTSS):
  9. yeah but when i was searching for a fix, i found out that people got the same problem after upgrading to windows 10
  10. how do you know that it's not the OS, what if it got installed wrongly?
  11. did not work either. as i said, i've been trying to fix it for like 4 months, i tried almost everything
  12. nope, it's not overheating because not just 1 but 2 factors. 1st is that it was throttling before i updated my BIOS, then it stopped but when i RMA'd it, they found out that it was overheating while they were stressing the laptop, even though i did not experience any throttling while gaming even for longer periods of time. so they put in some better thermal paste and then did another test in which they did not experience the throttling. also i hear pops and clicks in some ***optimized*** games (not every game) e.g. Dragon Ball Fighterz which is totally a driver latency issue
  13. hello, i've been trying to fix this high system driver latency problem on my ***LAPTOP*** fro like 3 or 4 months (basically since i got it), i've RMA'd it once but they did not fix anything. my question is if completely reinstalling windows (*not* through the built-in utility) would fix it. i don't have the nerves to do it myself at this point but i need to know for 100% if it's gonna fix it, so i will RMA it once again but tell them to reinstall windows and if that won't work then i would want my money back or a new laptop. this problem is causing high frame ***TIME*** (*not* frameRATE) spikes, causing freezes even at high fps. so i just need to know if reinstalling windows 10 would finally fix it, also if you know any other way to fix it, please tell me, laptop does not have any hardware flaws by the way. Thank you in advance Laptop specs: HP Pavilion Power-17 ab305nc i5 7300HQ GTX 1050 Ti 4GB Windows 10 Home 128GB SSD (Sandisk) 1TB HDD (Toshiba)
  14. No and i don't even intend to... This issue isn't impossible to fix, i just don't know how
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