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GPU dropping usage causing stuttering

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My GPU keeps dropping usage and makes making my games stutter even though I have high fps.

 

This has happened on Windows 10 and 11, On fresh installs of Windows. 

 

My specs are as follows:

AMD 5600x

ASUS b550-f Gaming motherboard with the latest bios(2423)

Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro - 16gb

MSI 3080 Suprim X

Corsair RM750X

WD Black SN850 1TB M.2

Gigabyte Aorus 27" FI27Q-X 2560x1440p

 

I recently had a problem with audio crackling which turned out to be a faulty motherboard. I got the board replaced and still had the fps drops in games.

 

I've changed settings in Nvidia Control Panel setting the power to maxium etc. Changed the PC power to High Performance. Turned all the settings in game to lowest and changed resolution to 1080p still get stutters.

 

Does anybody have any ideas what's causing this? It happens in every game I play and pretty much makes the experience unplayable. 

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Temps? My old lappy used to do that and turned out it was a heat issue causing it to throttle (and at some point shut down)

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11 minutes ago, oi you said:

Temps? My old lappy used to do that and turned out it was a heat issue causing it to throttle (and at some point shut down)

GPU max temp on load is 80c

CPU is 60c on load

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Don't quite remember but I think mine probably started to throttle in the 80's but 60 is well within safe limits, yours shouldn't be throttling. That said, my idle temps were in the high 60's so something was already wrong with mine from the start. No clue about yours.

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1 is this happening in every game/program

2 have you tried reinstalling your drivers

3 what other troubleshooting steps did you do

4 after swapping boards did you reinstall windows or all the mobo drivers and got rid of the old ones?

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2 hours ago, Albert F said:

1 is this happening in every game/program

2 have you tried reinstalling your drivers

3 what other troubleshooting steps did you do

4 after swapping boards did you reinstall windows or all the mobo drivers and got rid of the old ones?

1 yeah it happens in every game 

2 yeah I've ddu my drivers and reinstalled 

3 pretty much what every guide/YouTube video says to do, Disable game mode etc

4 it was the same model that I got back so carried on using the same windows install. 

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Going to try my old setup again using the same PSU and GPU

 

Specs:

Asus Maximus VIII Hero

i7 6700k

16gb Corsair Vengeance

 

Using everything else the same a part from the windows installation drive. 

 

Running God Of War on the same settings as before and It's unplayable on the above spec. The CPU load is 100% and the gpu usage is going from 99% usage down to 40% back up to mid 80s and dropping again.

 

I'm going to try my old install of windows on the m.2 drive on the above specs and see what happens with that.

 

Really at a loss here with wtf is wrong. 

 

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8 hours ago, HeaT said:

My GPU keeps dropping usage and makes making my games stutter even though I have high fps.

 

This has happened on Windows 10 and 11, On fresh installs of Windows. 

 

My specs are as follows:

AMD 5600x

ASUS b550-f Gaming motherboard with the latest bios(2423)

Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro - 16gb

MSI 3080 Suprim X

Corsair RM750X

WD Black SN850 1TB M.2

Gigabyte Aorus 27" FI27Q-X 2560x1440p

 

I recently had a problem with audio crackling which turned out to be a faulty motherboard. I got the board replaced and still had the fps drops in games.

 

I've changed settings in Nvidia Control Panel setting the power to maxium etc. Changed the PC power to High Performance. Turned all the settings in game to lowest and changed resolution to 1080p still get stutters.

 

Does anybody have any ideas what's causing this? It happens in every game I play and pretty much makes the experience unplayable. 

What's the partnumber of the Corsair RAM?

 

DOCP enabeled in the motherboard BIOS?

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47 minutes ago, --SID-- said:

What's the partnumber of the Corsair RAM?

 

DOCP enabeled in the motherboard BIOS?

DOCP is enabled, The part number for the ram is CMw16gx4m2c3299c16

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Anybody have any ideas what could be causing this issue? 

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  • 2 weeks later...

So a small update

Kept everything the same and swapped my gpu back to my old 2080 super.

 

Playing Final Fantasy XV and It's dropping frames still.

 

https://i.imgur.com/YXyMGr3.png

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