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a lot of stuttering in my pc

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so i have bought recently a new cpu which finally removes the bottleneck of my gpu rn my current setup is 
R7 5800x
RTX 3070 
HDD
16GB 3600 Ram 

but even after doing this build i notice in games i would get good fps then suddenly would drop and come back i tried turning off v sync removing frame cap etc i notice it especially in lost ark but also in other games when i check with task manager only thing to seem capped is the HDD so that makes me wonder could it be that the HDD is causing this bottleneck ? or could it be a software maybe even a virus causing this issue and if you know a soultion please let me know or if one of those soultions is Formatting my pc 

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Do these stutters only occur when youre loading in new areas of the map? Cuz if this is the case it might be that your hard drive is not fast enough to keep up

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What speed is the RAM running?

 

What BIOS version is the motherboard running?

 

Brand and model of the PSU?

 

Temps of CPU and GPU while gaming?

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6 minutes ago, --SID-- said:

What speed is the RAM running?

 

What BIOS version is the motherboard running?

 

Brand and model of the PSU?

 

Temps of CPU and GPU while gaming?

RAM Speed:3600


Motherboard is running on the latest when i got it i didn't care to update after since i heard if your pc is not crashing don't update 

PSU:FSP Hyper 600 Watt

Temps of CPU&GPU

GPU is maybe 50/60 

CPU when i first got it would go to 90 on load out of the box ( i have the lowest end cooler of amd) so i turned it down from 3.8? or 3.6 i can't remember to 3.2 but the cpu doesn't even work 100% neither does the GPU 

CPU Temp now after underclocking is 50/60 under load 

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46 minutes ago, ItsYaBoiKasper_ said:

Do these stutters only occur when youre loading in new areas of the map? Cuz if this is the case it might be that your hard drive is not fast enough to keep up

sometimes new areas sometimes i would be in already loaded areas and it would stutter my first conclusion was the HDD not being able to keep up since everything doesn't even go up to 50% but the Ram which goes to like 80% max and the HDD which is always 100% but wanted to ask here before taking a step forward in case it was PSU or maybe even needing more ram 

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You're still on HDD? Suspect it's the cause of stutter, get a NVMe SSD 

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seriously.. game from HDD?..  yeah that is your bottleneck. 

that's probably why try ssd or nvme. 

 

i havn't had a hdd in my system for 5 years, and then just for storage. 

 

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3 minutes ago, PDifolco said:

You're still on HDD? Suspect it's the cause of stutter, get a NVMe SSD 

yeah that is what i was thinking too just wanted to make sure before purchasing it then the issue to be something else kinda low on money rn XD

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3 minutes ago, Robchil said:

seriously.. game from HDD?..  yeah that is your bottleneck. 

that's probably why try ssd or nvme. 

 

i havn't had a hdd in my system for 5 years, and then just for storage. 

 

sometimes you have to do with what you got but im thinking of upgrading to an M.2 soon and making the HDD storage for stuff that don't need speed 

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34 minutes ago, ovxv said:

RAM Speed:3600

So XMP/DOCP is enabled?

34 minutes ago, ovxv said:

PSU:FSP Hyper 600 Watt

All FSP Hypers are junk for your system.

2 hours ago, ovxv said:

HDD

No SSD?

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16 minutes ago, --SID-- said:

So XMP/DOCP is enabled?

All FSP Hypers are junk for your system.

No SSD?

it didn't say XMP Enabled i just changed the speed from auto to manually 3600 

FSP isn't the best company for sure but it was a cheap one that had warranty at the time so i bought it 

No SSD only 1X 1TB HDD

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17 minutes ago, ovxv said:

it didn't say XMP Enabled i just changed the speed from auto to manually 3600

Did you change timings too?

17 minutes ago, ovxv said:

FSP isn't the best company for sure but it was a cheap one that had warranty at the time so i bought it

This kind of cheap stuff harms your system.

17 minutes ago, ovxv said:

No SSD only 1X 1TB HDD

Buy a SSD.

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6 hours ago, --SID-- said:

Did you change timings too?

This kind of cheap stuff harms your system.

Buy a SSD.

i didn't change timings if you have a guide to do it ill try to do it as soon as possible if it does a lot 


i mean i didn't think of it that way really i have clean electricity in my country compared to america 


ill be buying an M.2 soon 👍

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Are you running W11? Having fTPM enabled + W11 + Zen3 causes microstuttering.  It is a known issue across the board, and fixed with a BIOS update with microcode 1.2.0.7 😉 

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1 minute ago, alexjzim said:

Are you running W11? Having fTPM enabled + W11 + Zen3 causes microstuttering.  It is a known issue across the board, and fixed with a BIOS update with microcode 1.2.0.7 😉 

Windows 10 didn't update to 11 since i heard it's not stable

 

 

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4 minutes ago, ovxv said:

Windows 10 didn't update to 11 since i heard it's not stable

 

 

Gotcha, I dont think it affects w10 in the same way.  Try turning on fast sync in the nvidia control panel. It should be one of the vsync options.

 

If the game offers it I would lock your max fps to the Hz of the monitor.

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56 minutes ago, ovxv said:

i didn't change timings if you have a guide to do it ill try to do it as soon as possible if it does a lot 

Just enable XMP (or DOCP depending on the motherboard)

56 minutes ago, ovxv said:

i mean i didn't think of it that way really i have clean electricity in my country compared to america

That's not the point. It's just a horrible unit. AC side is 230v only so there are a lot of savings on the input, and the DC side has very bad voltage regulation and is missing important protections like OTP.

1 hour ago, ovxv said:

ill be buying an M.2 soon

I guess that solves the issue.

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1 hour ago, alexjzim said:

Gotcha, I dont think it affects w10 in the same way.  Try turning on fast sync in the nvidia control panel. It should be one of the vsync options.

 

If the game offers it I would lock your max fps to the Hz of the monitor.

i had much better result with unlocked FPS than locked idk why but the stuttering becomes a bit less

 

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