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hey my pc is lagging when playing gta, its lagging a lot. here's a vid of my pc on a GOOD day:

 

 

 

it used to play just fine and drop below 20 fps and freeze a sec every now and then (ca every 1 minute in gta v) it was not fun but still it was playable, not what i want for such an expencive rig but i could bear it, and now i just cant anymore, the game freezes all the time and it can freeze up to a minute, the sound disappears and all that nasty sh*t u dont want to happen with a 3k rig. my 3d mark score went from 11.7k to 9.1k. and even better bf4 wont even open. i dont know what to do, all i know is that for what i paid for this is not OK. and no i didnt get ripped of i bought it from a buisiness. and really im about to just give up on this "amazing" desktop pc thing and sell it, just to go back to my crapy laptop, which only costed 500$ but still havent made me pissed off like the desktop have, i have had the desktop for ca 2 months and the laptop for 3 yrs FYI 

what do u think i should do?

btw i could run bf4 on ultra at 120 fps.

thanks to all help i can get

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@dav, I think it may be time to do some system maintenance. This sounds like it could be a virus that's draining your resources.

Use your PC typically and have a look at your Performance in Task Manager. If you see something maxing out, you should be able to backtrack and iron out the issue. Makes sure of the following things:

  • Motherboard and CPU drivers are up-to-date
  • Nvidia drivers are up-to-date
  • You have anti-virus installed (something like Avast!)
  • Clean out your registry with something like CCleaner
  • If you're not using an SSD (which you probably are) defrag your hard drive

If all else fails, back up important data, format your drives and do a fresh install of Windows. It sounds like a pain, but as you said, you spend this much money on a PC and you expect it to work.

If you still have problems after that, I'd take measures to find out if you have a hardware fault. 

If all is okay once Windows is back on and there are no performance drops, just keep a regular eye on system performance, and be diligent about what you install on your PC.

Good luck! 


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try this.

search on youtube : how to unpark cpu cores

that fixed stuttering for me on allot of my games

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and whats that suppose to do? unlock cores? i have the same problem this guy has and its not due to lack of usable cores

cores are stable

what windows does is it sets aside some power of the cores for use of other applications in the backround, put if you unpark them the game can use 100% of your cpu 

i mean it worked for me on bf4, gtav, and other games where i had micro and normal stutters and freezes.

i mean its worth a try right?

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cores are stable

what windows does is it sets aside some power of the cores for use of other applications in the backround, put if you unpark them the game can use 100% of your cpu 

i mean it worked for me on bf4, gtav, and other games where i had micro and normal stutters and freezes.

i mean its worth a try right?

I just dont like modifying my registry 

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How much ram are you running? I know that this game can hog up 4GB pretty easy from what I've read.


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cores are stable

what windows does is it sets aside some power of the cores for use of other applications in the backround, put if you unpark them the game can use 100% of your cpu 

i mean it worked for me on bf4, gtav, and other games where i had micro and normal stutters and freezes.

i mean its worth a try right?

so i did that, and it worked for a bit, now its back to lagging, FML

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@dav, I think it may be time to do some system maintenance. This sounds like it could be a virus that's draining your resources.

Use your PC typically and have a look at your Performance in Task Manager. If you see something maxing out, you should be able to backtrack and iron out the issue. Makes sure of the following things:

  • Motherboard and CPU drivers are up-to-date
  • Nvidia drivers are up-to-date
  • You have anti-virus installed (something like Avast!)
  • Clean out your registry with something like CCleaner
  • If you're not using an SSD (which you probably are) defrag your hard drive

If all else fails, back up important data, format your drives and do a fresh install of Windows. It sounds like a pain, but as you said, you spend this much money on a PC and you expect it to work.

If you still have problems after that, I'd take measures to find out if you have a hardware fault. 

If all is okay once Windows is back on and there are no performance drops, just keep a regular eye on system performance, and be diligent about what you install on your PC.

Good luck! 

@dav, did you try this?


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how much ram do you have? check your ram before and while playing GTA 5.


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how much ram do you have? check your ram before and while playing GTA 5.

Rams fine, i have 8gb and it gets to about .5 left

 

@dav try going into nvidia control panel and changing 3d settings for GTA5.exe to maximum pre-rendered frames to 1 and power management to prefer maximum performance, it seems to help a little for me

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temps ? CPU usage ? 


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60C CPU 70C GPU

what about CPU usgae while playing ?


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what about CPU usgae while playing ?

I'd be more concerned with GPU usage while playing (watching for them drops), you do not need high CPU usage to get a CPU bottleneck, it just has to be outright slow in general no matter what usage to indicate it. 100% or not it can happen :(

 

I wouldn't be happy if i EVER saw my GPU under 95-100% without my intentional limiting. This is what I mainly look out for.


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I'd be more concerned with GPU usage while playing (watching for them drops), you do not need high CPU usage to get a CPU bottleneck, it just has to be outright slow in general no matter what usage to indicate it. 100% or not it can happen :(

 

I wouldn't be happy if i EVER saw my GPU under 95-100% without my intentional limiting. This is what I mainly look out for.

well i know from personaly experiance with friends PC's that GTA 5 can max out an i5 if it isnt OC'd but these drops look to severe for GPU drops 

 

to the OP , lower settings and res and see it it does the same thing , i still suggest that you take a look at your CPU usage while you are playing , if you see the CPU hit 100% and it lags every time it does then you know what it is 

 

Also go to task manager and set the priority for the GTA 5 launcher to low 


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How much Vram is being used when youre in these applciations

The poor performance might be if youre utilizing more than 3.5gb of vram

(going back to the 970 vram issue that was pointed out a few weeks ago)


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I had the same issue, got fed up and uninstalled the game. It was working fine at first then overtime it would start stuttering and lagging and every time I would play the time it took to start lagging would get shorter and shorter to the point where I play for 2 minutes then it becomes unplayable.

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How much Vram is being used when youre in these applciations

The poor performance might be if youre utilizing more than 3.5gb of vram

(going back to the 970 vram issue that was pointed out a few weeks ago)

i have no issues running it max with my 970 and other people i know with 970's are running it fine too , i doubt this is the issue


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well i know from personaly experiance with friends PC's that GTA 5 can max out an i5 if it isnt OC'd but these drops look to severe for GPU drops 

 

to the OP , lower settings and res and see it it does the same thing , i still suggest that you take a look at your CPU usage while you are playing , if you see the CPU hit 100% and it lags every time it does then you know what it is 

 

Also go to task manager and set the priority for the GTA 5 launcher to low 

Yeah my i5 is at 75-95% usage on all cores, and if I max out those advanced settings it can go higher.

Luckily my GPU usage does not drop with 95% CPU usage, only with the fully blown 100% does my FPS drop, to which I reduced the advanced settings and it was golden.


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*rolls eyes* its not a virus, i have the same problem, ive run AVG and malwarebytes checks

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