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Screen tearing / skipping frames whie gaming !

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#1 John123123


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Posted 21 August 2015 - 08:34 AM

Hello. So i recently got a new computer on this computer i installed Bioshock infinite. I ran fraps to check my fps while i was in game. It turns out that the game was running at 60 on ultra settings. But when i started moving camera around i noticed screen tearing like the game would jump a few frames every few seconds. My fps didn't droped it always stayed at 60 fps exept sometimes it jumped to 58 or 59 fps. I went to options in game and locked my fps. But the problem was still there. If you guys have time woud you help me pls :P

Thanks a ton

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#2 John123123

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Posted 22 August 2015 - 06:46 PM

UPDATE on the issue better described

A few days ago i noticed my all my games were choppy. Almost like they were running at lower frame rate but when i checked my frame rate it was fine. This happens in all games and is usually followed up by input lag. When more stuff is happening on screen the choppiness gets worse, but i still have high reported frame rate. I don;t know what to do...i have tried everything i can think of. Forcing v-sync in game and in the control panel does nothing to alleviate the issue. Fps is capped at 60 but is still choppy.


The issue is that games are incredibly choppy. The best way i can describe it is that when turning your screen you can see and *feel* as if frames are dropping, but they are not. Even when the fps is capped and it does not move. When lots of things are happening on screen the choppiness gets worse and there is more input lag.

It is such a weird issue, in all my years of pc building/troubleshooting i have not come across an issue as strange as this one.


Vsync on and off doesnt help. All my drivers are up to date. I tried unparking my cpu cores. I dont know if this is graphics card issue or something. Should i send it back and could it possible be because i dont have an SSD


PC Specs

Asus GTX 970 strix

1 stick of 8 gb ram

intel core i5 4690k 3.5 ghy quad core


Z97 gaming 5 MSI motherboard

650W PSU inter tech


I got this pc 5 days ago the first day the first game that i installed which was league of legends everything was amazing. The next day this issue appeared.


TNX for the help



Im back got some pretty interesting updates. First thing i did i went to league of legends i unchecked vsync again and now on my monitor appeared horizontal lines like waves. It was similar to this picture but they were more white and thickerhttp://imgur.com/sOL8DI1 this is probably the exact lines that i got except they were more white http://imgur.com/qdy2e0i
After that i re seated everything and i tried to launch league of legends again and it was still the same.
Then i ran a bench mark test and i got this results http://imgur.com/2r4akur
The waves also appeared while i was benchmarking.

Edited by John123123, 22 August 2015 - 08:10 PM.

#3 Gorbulan


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Posted 11 September 2015 - 11:26 AM

Considering the tearing before and now the issue of the horizontal lines the problem may be the monitor. Have you tried connecting the monitor to another computer and testing those games with that computer?

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Posted 13 September 2015 - 04:05 AM

Your PC might be over workin due to over heatin. Ive had that issue before. Are your game settin all maxed up?

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