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Can a motherboard cause this issue?

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No. Your power supply is most likely fine, and even if it was bad it would not cause FPS issues...

 

What capacity memory? Running single channel or dual channel? 2400MHz isn't ideal for Ryzen.


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10 minutes ago, darknightbacca said:

Dual channel, + thing is i've tried another motherboard with ddr3 ram and different cpu so ram is not the issue, + ran tests, just needed to know if psu can cause it.

Well, that would be an entirely different CPU+mobo+RAM... Doesn't help rule out anything.

What capacity is the ram? 2x4GB (8GB)? 2x8GB (16GB)?

What games are you playing?

Game settings used?
Resolution & refresh rate of the monitor?

What FPS are you getting?


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Rules it out because it's the identical issue on both, which either means their not broken or they both are which is highly unlikely seeing as how they are not faulty and tests say they good, ram is 2x4gb on both motheboards and games include, fortnite, the forest, dying light, tom clancys rainbow six siege. 

 

Thing is that with my old power supply the choppy fps was extreme yet with my new psu it's better but still horrible.

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6 minutes ago, darknightbacca said:

Rules it out because it's the identical issue on both, which either means their not broken or they both are which is highly unlikely seeing as how they are not faulty and tests say they good, ram is 2x4gb on both motheboards and games include, fortnite, the forest, dying light, tom clancys rainbow six siege. 

just because ram is the same amount doesn't mean anything lmao.


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If it was the ram don't you think it'd be having the issue on my main motherboard and not on both with different ram, not to mention i've tried a extra pair of ram on my other motherboard as well, same issue.

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Well, in theory very bad PSU can gives bad voltages and makes component works wrong, mostly if you OC some of them. In real life I never heard of PSU causing problems with FPS.

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what i just found online to back me up.

 

Running 2 DIMMS at 2400mhz will NOT decrease performance. Like i said above, faster ram DOES have an effect, and increase in performance in certain situations. Getting 2400mhz DIMMS is just fine. The preference being to get DIMMS up to 3000mhz, but like you said, price/cost is key.

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5 minutes ago, PopsicleHustler said:

Speed Is the problem, Ryzen doesn't work properly with low speed RAM, ask anyone here.

It'll work just fine just a bit slower than if you used 3000


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Just now, LienusLateTips said:

It'll work just fine just a bit slower than if you used 3000

So i've been trying to figure out what causes the problem i have in the video, since ram's out, so is cpu, gpu i've tested, sata cables, power supply and hard drives / ssd

 

only culprit is motherboard, thing is i've tested 2 of them and same issue, do you guys think that a motherboard can do that to your performance?

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2 minutes ago, darknightbacca said:

So i've been trying to figure out what causes the problem i have in the video, since ram's out, so is cpu, gpu i've tested, sata cables, power supply and hard drives / ssd

 

only culprit is motherboard, thing is i've tested 2 of them and same issue, do you guys think that a motherboard can do that to your performance?

turn off (or on) vsync


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On 12/17/2018 at 11:39 PM, SoreRaito said:

Anything updated in the last day or two?

 

No, i've also tried windows 7 as well as older versions of windows 10, windows is not the culprit, nor the drivers as i've tried ryzen integrated graphics and took gpu out to rule it out.

 

On 12/17/2018 at 11:40 PM, LienusLateTips said:

turn off (or on) vsync

tried that, first thing i did, it's not a software issue at all, it's hardware related for sure.

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6 minutes ago, darknightbacca said:

No, i've also tried windows 7 as well as older versions of windows 10, windows is not the culprit, nor the drivers as i've tried ryzen integrated graphics and took gpu out to rule it out.

Have you tried other games ?

Are they running fine ?

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42 minutes ago, darknightbacca said:

not sure if it's choppy fps or not

I'm not sure either. I can;t tell what your problem is from the video, it seems to be getting a consistent framerate


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Just now, fasauceome said:

I'm not sure either. I can;t tell what your problem is from the video, it seems to be getting a consistent framerate

I'm completely stumped dude, i mean the ONLY thing left is the motherboard, my theory is that my old power supply that was failing damaged it in a way where it can't communicate perfectly between the cpu, gpu psu and ram therefore it causes that type of issue, only theory i got that makes sense.

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2 minutes ago, darknightbacca said:

I'm completely stumped dude, i mean the ONLY thing left is the motherboard, my theory is that my old power supply that was failing damaged it in a way where it can't communicate perfectly between the cpu, gpu psu and ram therefore it causes that type of issue, only theory i got that makes sense.

The only thing is that nothing looks wrong, you appear to be getting at least 60 fps at a low ish resolution


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31 minutes ago, fasauceome said:

 

^ As he said video looks fine to me too.

 

Are you running a 60Hz monitor ? Have you maybe used a higher refresh rate monitor over the past few days somewhere else ?

 

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11 minutes ago, SoreRaito said:

^ As he said video looks fine to me too.

 

Are you running a 60Hz monitor ? Have you maybe used a higher refresh rate monitor over the past few days somewhere else ?

 

 

Using a 60hz, tried 60 fps and vsync locked, + fast sync e.t.c and haven't used a higher refresh rate monitor, i'm sure it's my motherboard though gonna get a replacement so it's solved.

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9 minutes ago, darknightbacca said:

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Using a 60hz, tried 60 fps and vsync locked, + fast sync e.t.c and haven't used a higher refresh rate monitor, i'm sure it's my motherboard though gonna get a replacement so it's solved.

Your motherboard is fine and nothing is wrong. If you get a new motherboard you'll be disappointed, you'll get the same results as you have now.


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On 12/19/2018 at 2:29 AM, Hiya! said:

How did you know? and where did you save your game? HDD or SSD?

 

On 12/19/2018 at 12:55 AM, fasauceome said:

I really hope you're not going to waste money getting a new board

 

I'm not getting a new board till 100% sure, i've found out my motherboard has overvoltage protection and static electricity protection making it seem like it's not my motherboard, and if it isn't it then it's something else, does anyone here know what can cause choppy fps in some areas in games and not others? and could it still be my motherboard even with the protection?

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4 minutes ago, darknightbacca said:

 

 

I'm not getting a new board till 100% sure, i've found out my motherboard has overvoltage protection and static electricity protection making it seem like it's not my motherboard, and if it isn't it then it's something else, does anyone here know what can cause choppy fps in some areas in games and not others? and could it still be my motherboard even with the protection?

1.If you store the game in HDD DEFRAG it

2.Could be driver issues usually GPU

3.Bad ported games

4.Frame sync problem usually caused by V-sync turning on

5.Dying boot drives


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On 12/20/2018 at 1:11 AM, Hiya! said:

1.If you store the game in HDD DEFRAG it

2.Could be driver issues usually GPU

3.Bad ported games

4.Frame sync problem usually caused by V-sync turning on

5.Dying boot drives

It's been defragged, i've tried without gpu so definitely crossed out, not every game is badly ported xD, vsync not on, drives i've checked but it could still be them, might check it out

 

On 12/20/2018 at 1:12 AM, corrado33 said:

I can see absolutely nothing in that video obviously filmed with a potato. 

You can clearly see that in tilted towers it goes choppy and feels bad, yet on the other side it's smooth and good as it's suppose to be.

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