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Screen tearing and microstutters @ 240Hz

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Hello, since several weeks I experience some weird tearing and microstutters which I assume are caused by my GPU (Asus ROG Strix RTX 2060). Couple of months ago everything was fine and every game was smooth and sharp @ 240Hz. Actually this is not just about games, but also desktop: https://streamable.com/j2kxa6 You can clearly see that mouse movement is not constant and laggy and doesn't matter how much I am trying to move it smoothly.

 

Here are some examples in game:

 

Far Cry 5

https://streamable.com/mbbsvx Look at the white edge and you can see that it's intensively "vibrating" and tearing.
https://streamable.com/cwlp9n
https://streamable.com/9o96rs

PUBG
https://streamable.com/qoo13l
https://streamable.com/is0sbz
https://streamable.com/2b9uj9

CS:GO
https://streamable.com/163wpw
https://streamable.com/ct2tbs
https://streamable.com/6hjtu0

 

I don't have 240Hz feeling anymore. I was trying to fix it by:

- separating cables from each other,
- reinserting GPU,
- DyAc on/off, Instant mode on/off, AMA on/off
- Fast sync (no any effect however I saw that for some people it's working flawelessly),
- Capping to 239.749 fps with RTSS, it slightly improves smoothness but this is not the way to fix it,
- Ram OC, reducing timings and clocks,
- Capping CPU @ 3.6 GHz,
- Changing power plans,
- Connecting DP cable to different plugs,
- Checked current in outlets (no noises, ground impedance 5 Ohm, stable 230V and 50Hz)
- Reinstalling nVidia drivers with DDU,
- OS format,
- Tried 182Hz tweak (I don't have feeling that it improves anything),
- Updating sound drivers,

 

My rig:
Monitor: Benq XL2546
CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 3700X No OC
MOBO: MSI B450 Tomahawk
GPU: Asus ROG Strix RTX2060 Gaming OC 6GB
RAM: HyperX Predator 16GB 3333 MHz CL16
PSU: SeaSonic Focus 550W Gold Plus
Mouse: G502 @ 1000Hz

 

Have any of you experienced anything similar and managed to fix it? FYI it's not related to FPS.

 

 

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scan for malware, malwarebytes

 

any weird shit or normal shit running in the background hogging the cpu?

 

run latencymon  - check for crap causing delays

 

start with that

21 minutes ago, a_c_r_e_a_l said:

you experienced anything similar

 

 

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DPC Latency was continuously jumping between ~30 and ~190 us on idle.

 

No malwares. I am about 3 weeks after format and I don't have software that could interrupt CPU performance (or at least I don't see anything suspicious)

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On 5/21/2020 at 10:58 PM, a_c_r_e_a_l said:

Hello, since several weeks I experience some weird tearing and microstutters which I assume are caused by my GPU (Asus ROG Strix RTX 2060). Couple of months ago everything was fine and every game was smooth and sharp @ 240Hz. Actually this is not just about games, but also desktop: https://streamable.com/j2kxa6 You can clearly see that mouse movement is not constant and laggy and doesn't matter how much I am trying to move it smoothly.

 

Here are some examples in game:

 

Far Cry 5

https://streamable.com/mbbsvx Look at the white edge and you can see that it's intensively "vibrating" and tearing.
https://streamable.com/cwlp9n
https://streamable.com/9o96rs

PUBG
https://streamable.com/qoo13l
https://streamable.com/is0sbz
https://streamable.com/2b9uj9

CS:GO
https://streamable.com/163wpw
https://streamable.com/ct2tbs
https://streamable.com/6hjtu0

 

I don't have 240Hz feeling anymore. I was trying to fix it by:

- separating cables from each other,
- reinserting GPU,
- DyAc on/off, Instant mode on/off, AMA on/off
- Fast sync (no any effect however I saw that for some people it's working flawelessly),
- Capping to 239.749 fps with RTSS, it slightly improves smoothness but this is not the way to fix it,
- Ram OC, reducing timings and clocks,
- Capping CPU @ 3.6 GHz,
- Changing power plans,
- Connecting DP cable to different plugs,
- Checked current in outlets (no noises, ground impedance 5 Ohm, stable 230V and 50Hz)
- Reinstalling nVidia drivers with DDU,
- OS format,
- Tried 182Hz tweak (I don't have feeling that it improves anything),
- Updating sound drivers,

 

My rig:
Monitor: Benq XL2546
CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 3700X No OC
MOBO: MSI B450 Tomahawk
GPU: Asus ROG Strix RTX2060 Gaming OC 6GB
RAM: HyperX Predator 16GB 3333 MHz CL16
PSU: SeaSonic Focus 550W Gold Plus
Mouse: G502 @ 1000Hz

 

Have any of you experienced anything similar and managed to fix it? FYI it's not related to FPS.

 

 

i had same problem did you fixed it ?

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