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so i have a 1660ti and i have had it for about 7 months now and its always been this way so im note sure if its a problem... i have overclocked it once or twice and havent used the overclock for more then a hour or 2 at most while i have had my card it like it has weird stutters like your playing and move then bang one huge stutter then its fine for a minute or less then does it again and even in minecraft before i had a i5 3470 and it had the same problem with the 1060 and so i changed my whole setup and its still doing it what should i do now 

in games it will go from 120 to 55 then right back to 120 in no time and it kinda causes a  spike so i really dont get whats happening its happened  on 2 different pc's only thing that hasnt been changed out has been the monitor 

i have a 1660 ti 

ryzen 7 2700x 

16gb ram 3200mhz

and a 600w psu\

and then when i load a youtube video it kinda flashes green for second barely and then stops when the video loads not sure if that means anything (on chrome)

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maybe the internet? mine drops out from time to time and i get the same kind of issues when kids get out of school right now

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i mean i dont get major glitchs just tiny ones sometimes and then my blue screens maybe once every few months and i have looked up error codes and nothing has pointed to gpu i do plan to get a new monitor within a few days because the one i have is almost 9 years old and its overclocled  i just hope i dont have to switch back to my spare 1060 3g

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9 minutes ago, DarthBudgie said:

so i have a 1660ti and i have had it for about 7 months now and its always been this way so im note sure if its a problem... i have overclocked it once or twice and havent used the overclock for more then a hour or 2 at most while i have had my card it like it has weird stutters like your playing and move then bang one huge stutter then its fine for a minute or less then does it again and even in minecraft before i had a i5 3470 and it had the same problem with the 1060 and so i changed my whole setup and its still doing it what should i do now 

in games it will go from 120 to 55 then right back to 120 in no time and it kinda causes a  spike so i really dont get whats happening its happened  on 2 different pc's only thing that hasnt been changed out has been the monitor 

i have a 1660 ti 

ryzen 7 2700x 

16gb ram 3200mhz

and a 600w psu\

and then when i load a youtube video it kinda flashes green for second barely and then stops when the video loads not sure if that means anything (on chrome)

I was getting this exact same behavior in Warzone but with a Radeon GPU. It was down to a combination of my in game settings and another setting in one of the game files.

 

The 120 to 55 and back to 120 thing could just be scene switching or an fps limit between menus and in-game so I wouldn't worry so much about that.

 

Assuming all your drivers are up to date have you tried googling optimal in game settings for your games and played about with them?

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8 minutes ago, Shabba said:

I was getting this exact same behavior in Warzone but with a Radeon GPU. It was down to a combination of my in game settings and another setting in one of the game files.

 

The 120 to 55 and back to 120 thing could just be scene switching or an fps limit between menus and in-game so I wouldn't worry so much about that.

 

Assuming all your drivers are up to date have you tried googling optimal in game settings for your games and played about with them?

Well it happens in mineceaft and then some games not it’s really wierd. I have a few drivers behind driver it’s not out of date it’s but older but I be have tried many drivers same issue not in all games 

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I mean I do smoke green around my pc but I clean it every few months to make sure it’s not gross cause smoke does cause problems 

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Game on hard drive or ssd?

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27 minutes ago, DarthBudgie said:

I mean I do smoke green around my pc but I clean it every few months to make sure it’s not gross cause smoke does cause problems 

does that get you higher fps? hehe

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fps spike cuts out internet so does graphic glitches that being said i've actually had a similar thing. A power outage(it flickered on and off for a few minutes happened while I was asleep) seemed to have messed up my monitor. Every once in awhile it would flicker grey for like a second. Long story short I got a new monitor same issue and found out the power thing destroyed two of my display ports. Luckily i use one display port and one hdmi. So try a different display port/video out, then trying using DDU and reinstalling the game, then i'd look and see if a program is running that is stealing priority (you can use process lasso to force a game priory each time it runs which should make sure nothing is stealing it).

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In my Experience a GPU isnt dying over a period of time.

Its *BAMM* and dead.

CPU i7 6700k MB  MSI Z170A Pro Carbon GPU Zotac GTX980Ti amp!extreme RAM 16GB DDR4 Corsair Vengeance 3k CASE Corsair 760T PSU Corsair RM750i MOUSE Logitech G9x KB Logitech G910 HS Sennheiser GSP 500 SC Asus Xonar 7.1 MONITOR Acer Predator xb270hu Storage 1x1TB + 2x500GB Samsung 7200U/m - 2x500GB SSD Samsung 850EVO

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When you HIT the Power Limit of Nvidia GPUs up against your wattage allowance youll drop clocks rather drastically and this WALLBUMP can create stuttering at times when it gets hit in extra heavy gameplay moments or when fast tracking 180* movements when on the limits of the GPU.

Maximums - Asus Z97-K /w i5 4690 Bclk @106.9Mhz * x39 = 4.17Ghz, 8GB of 2600Mhz DDR3,.. Gigabyte GTX970 G1-Gaming @ 1550Mhz

 

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