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Posted · Original PosterOP

I am here to see help and advices from you all. I have this problem where the gpu usage is extremely unstable when i was playing games. I did overclocked my gpu to 1588mHz and the memory clock to 2002mHz but I don't think that's causing the problem here. I get massive lag spikes in The Witcher 3 like it drops from 30 - literally 0 and then goes back up again its extremely annoying. Is there anyway to fix this somehow?? (the temps are just fine)

My computer Spec: Intel Pentium G4400 (not overclocked of course)

                                Zotac GTX1050 (overclocked) 

                                Corsair vs450 powersupply

                                Asus H110M mobo

                                8gbs of 2133 MHz ram

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, ShadySocks said:

It appears you are CPU bottlenecked. Also, you could be running out of memory.

I have 8gbs of ddr4 ram i think i am fine with memory buy bottleneck tho?? i can run other games just fine (battlefield 4 for example) without lag spikes

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, tp95112 said:

Does this occur in other games? Im guessing its the cpu. Also how much ram do you have

8gbs, battlefield 4 runs just fine but i haven't checked the gpu usage while running the game lol. 

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I would back off the CPU bottleneck. I am running an 11 year old Q6600, and run TF2 and Overwatch at 80+ fps with a GTX 560

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4 minutes ago, zc0201 said:

8gbs, battlefield 4 runs just fine but i haven't checked the gpu usage while running the game lol. 

Then check GPU and CPU usage. Along with both temps when it happens also are drivers all up to date and if they are, DDU and reinstall them. 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, tp95112 said:

Then check GPU and CPU usage. Along with both temps when it happens also are drivers all up to date and if they are, DDU and reinstall them. 

Ok i will update the drivers right now and run a rise of the tomb raider benchmark

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2 minutes ago, zc0201 said:

Ok i will update the drivers right now and run a rise of the tomb raider benchmark

Might be better to run Witcher since that is the game thats giving you issues

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
4 minutes ago, tp95112 said:

Might be better to run Witcher since that is the game thats giving you issues

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, zc0201 said:

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I ran both rise of the tomb raider and the witcher 3, the top one you see is witcher and the other is rise of the tomb raider

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, zc0201 said:

I ran both rise of the tomb raider and the witcher 3, the top one you see is witcher and the other is rise of the tomb raider

and i am using nvidia driver version 378.49 with dx 11

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1 minute ago, zc0201 said:

and i am using nvidia driver version 378.49 with dx 11

Reread your post, completely ignored the fact its overclocked. Even though the other games are not acting up the overclock might be causing the issues. Id back it off a bit to comfirm that

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, tp95112 said:

Reread your post, completely ignored the fact its overclocked. Even though the other games are not acting up the overclock might be causing the issues. Id back it off a bit to comfirm that

ok i try resetting the clock speed and stuff maybe that will help

 

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8 minutes ago, zc0201 said:

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How's your CPU usage (Like task manager). Although I'm doubtful, potentially it's your PSU (It's pretty low quality).

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