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Micro stuttering on high end build

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Posted · Original PosterOP

So I recently upgraded my PC and the specs are as follow:

Aorus Elite x570 wifi

Corsair Vengeance Pro RGB 2x8 DDR4 3600MHz

Ryzen 7 3700x

Red Devil Radeon RX 5700 XT

Samsung Evo 970 m.2 (Windows OS and game installed)

Samsung Evo 850 (PUBG installed)

WD HDD

EVGA G2 750W

 

However, with this new build I expected to be able to play games such as PUBG and other games flawlessly but I keep experiencing these micro stutters that I don't know what to do about.

 

Temperatures while playing are CPU 55-60 C degrees on DFO (it's a really old game and a single core game)

Temperatures while playing PUBG CPU 65-70 degrees C max, GPU 65-69 degrees C.

 

Examples of it in PUBG:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bMJFllkXqbw

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=23LInvhTUbc

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rTlU139sBTs

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qKyTImwT30w

Examples of it in other game (DFO):

https://youtu.be/6P57CkIFlRs?t=761

https://youtu.be/6P57CkIFlRs?t=1081

 

Latencymon on the examples of PUBG:

https://imgur.com/a/Ij8lPDn

 

Things I've tried:

Re-installing Windows 10 (about 3~4 times) (I'm currently using Windows 10 Pro)

Disabling HPET

Disabling windows defender, between other services recommended by youtube videos or other people one by one to see if any fixed it

Using different versions of AMD GPU (Recommended by powercolor, older recommended drivers by AMD users, newest drivers, etc. (all while using DDU and safe mode))

Ryzen High performance and Ryzen balance in power options

Changing Surge protector

Turning off and uninstalling any other program that isn't the games (iCUE, Razer synapse, discord, etc.)

Playing turning off the full screen optimization properties and running as administrator

Emptying cached memory with wj32.org

Turning off XMP, turning on XMP

Turning off Cool n Quiet

Upgrading BIOS

Overclocking GPU, underclocking GPU, not messing with GPU at all (stock settings)

Checking all my driver updates in Windows

Updating windows version (currently on 1909 Pro)

Turning off firewall

Turning off exploit setting for CFG and also adding both programs to program settings to avoid the 22 system protections

Among small other things that I probably can't list.

Turning off HDCP, Anti Lag, Enhanced sync, boost, chill, etc. in Radeon software

Turning off Freesync

Disabling Game DVR, any windows xbox related software

Disabling CPU Core 0 for application, setting priority to high

 

I think I've tried about almost everything to fix the microstutters but I cannot fix this. If anyone out there would be so kind to share with me their knowledge to fix this, I would greatly appreciate it. The last thing I can think of is doing a clean install of an older windows 10 version and see if that helps but I'm out of ideas completely.

 

Thank you to whoever took the time to read this!

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I pretty sure it's AMD GPU \ drivers, i've seen a post somewhere recently by a guy who switched from RX5700 XT to nVidia (RTX2070 Super i guess) because of this same reason, no stutters on nVidia now. Strangely enough some people in the same post said they don't experience stutters, maybe they just don't notice them who knows, or it's just some hardware\software fuckery on AMD side so some SKUs stutter and some don't.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
7 minutes ago, Juular said:

I pretty sure it's AMD GPU \ drivers, i've seen a post somewhere recently by a guy who switched from RX5700 XT to nVidia (RTX2070 Super i guess) because of this same reason, no stutters on nVidia now. Strangely enough some people in the same post said they don't experience stutters, maybe they just don't notice them who knows, or it's just some hardware\software fuckery on AMD side so some SKUs stutter and some don't.

This turns me off so much... At this point it does feel like it's just AMD's fault entirely and it kind of sucks.

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