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Gpu dropping to 0% cause of stuttering?

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I have recently been having some very bad stuttering issues. I assumed it was my cpu, but after using monitoring in Msi afterburner, I can see large drops in my gpu to 0-30%, that coincide with the stuttering when it happens.

 

I received this 1070 as a replacement unit from an rma. The issue wasn't present a few months ago.

 

I have tried installing different Windows on SSD, memtested my RAM, looked for cpu issues. 

 

It doesn't drop or stutter during 3d Mark, just in all games. This is at 50-70% cpu usage.

 

Is it broken? If there was a driver issue surely this would affect everyone?

 

I7 4790

Strix 1070

16gb Drr3

Samsung Evo 860

Evga G2 650w

 

 

 

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Try turning vsync on


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I'm seeing a lot of "suddenly my Haswell is stuttering in games" all over the internet.

 

I think it's a Windows update/meltdown-spectre thing.

 

 


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1 hour ago, johndole25 said:

I have recently been having some very bad stuttering issues. I assumed it was my cpu, but after using monitoring in Msi afterburner, I can see large drops in my gpu to 0-30%, that coincide with the stuttering when it happens.

 

I received this 1070 as a replacement unit from an rma. The issue wasn't present a few months ago.

 

I have tried installing different Windows on SSD, memtested my RAM, looked for cpu issues. 

 

It doesn't drop or stutter during 3d Mark, just in all games. This is at 50-70% cpu usage.

 

Is it broken? If there was a driver issue surely this would affect everyone?

 

I7 4790

Strix 1070

16gb Drr3

Samsung Evo 860

Evga G2 650w

 

 

 

I had similar issues with my Vega 64 only yesterday, and managed to figure out and resolve the sudden drops in GPU load, for my computer at least. The issue was my anti-virus software (Bitdefender) causing drops of roughly 30% in GPU load, very much alike yours.

 

Hopefully this is the resolution for your issues also.


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