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Computer Stutters and freezes

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Typically when playing video games, my computer sometimes stutters: audio skips, frames freeze and then my monitors hold a frame and audio stops. At this point I can't do anything but force shutdown. Is this a problem with my CPU or GPU? Is something overheating or not functioning right? I have a Intel 3770k and a Gigabyte GeForce 770 

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Does your computer have the latest GPU drivers from Nvidia? Have you checked your temperatures in game using something like MSI Afterburner or an OSD of some sort?


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Posted · Original PosterOP
8 minutes ago, CommanderAlex said:

Does your computer have the latest GPU drivers from Nvidia? Have you checked your temperatures in game using something like MSI Afterburner or an OSD of some sort?

GPU is sitting at 95F while just browsing

 

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2 minutes ago, EnemySp0tt3d said:

are you talking about Celsius or Fahrenheit? 

He's talking about Fahrenheit. 95F Is 35C... 


 

 

 

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Check the temps to make sure they're all safe, check the CPU ones first and then the GPU ones. Also, I'd try do a stress test just to see if you get a BSOD or anything... 

 


 

 

 

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if it is "F" and not "C"............... could be a sound driver conflict. check device manager and see how many are running.

 

and I'll edit this. 35c is warm for idle ( from what I'm used to ).  what cpu is this?

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