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Unbearable shuttering in almost every game.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hi!

 

I'm experiencing pretty noticeable shuttering in every game. 

What can cause an issue like that?

 

It can't be the lack of frames since games like Roblox or L4D2 are shuttering aswell with over 100+ constant FPS.

 

I7 7700

1070 OC

16G ram

 

Monitor: Philips 22pfh4000/88

It's a TV/Monitor combo, kinda budget. Connected via HDMI. 60Hz.

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Stuttering?

Make sure you're running the latest drivers, try installing the games on an SSD if they aren't already, check the CPU usage, and revert any sort of overclocking.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, Mateyyy said:

Stuttering?

Make sure you're running the latest drivers, try installing the games on an SSD if they aren't already, check the CPU usage, and revert any sort of overclocking.

I have 2 Sandisk 120G low-end SSD-s for games. But for example Minecraft is running off a Samsung M.2 so disk shouldn't be the problem here.

 

7700 can't be overlocked as far as i know, the GPU is OC-d by default.

 

Nvidia drivers and Windows is up to date. I'll try downloading Afterburner since it's a MSI card, maybe that'll help

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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, narrdarr said:

Sure it stuttering and not tearing?

Why did i write stuttering holy...

 

Yeah myb. It's tearing.

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57 minutes ago, kecstama said:

Why did i write stuttering holy...

 

Yeah myb. It's tearing.

Fix tearing:
Use vsync or limit framerate to 60fps because monitor is 60hz.
I think last one is better.

Edit:
Limiting framerate to highest steady fps might also look more pleasing if 60fps doesnt cut it.
It should tear less if its steady i think.

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41 minutes ago, kecstama said:

Why did i write stuttering holy...

 

Yeah myb. It's tearing.

This is on windows correct? Update all your drivers and try running a stress test on the gpu if its still occurring then its probably a driver issue if not then it might be something with direct x or .net stuff.

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tearing happens when you monitor cant keep up with your pc. v-sync or frame cap should work

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