--- Description ---
In the games I've tried, all of them has been plagued with stuttering which makes them unplayable for me.
I've also come to notice that, while watching a video for example, there will be times of split second freezes where there audio will make a "brrrrrr' sound.
[Bad Company 2, BF3, BF4, Mad Max, Just Cause 3, STALKER, ARMA 3, Far Cry, Left 4 Dead]
--- SPECS ---
Drive : Samsung 850 EVO 500GB (SATA 6G | 30GB free)
OS : Win 10 Pro (updated)
CPU : Ryzen 1700 (stock clocks and cooler) //NEW
Mobo: Gigabyte AX370 K7 (F7a BIOS) //NEW
RAM : 2x Vengeance LPX 3000Mhz 4gb (@ 2133Mhz) //NEW
GPU : GTX 1080
PSU : Corsair RM750x //NEW
Monitor: SyncMaster SA850T 1440p 60Hz
--- What I've Tried ---
1) Updated drivers for mobo and gpu
2) Checked CPU/GPU temps, all were good
3) Ryzen balanced plan
4) Updated bios to F4 for the main bios
5) Tried running from backup bios
6) Windows selective startup, disabling all non-ms services
7) Reseated ram and gpu
8) Malware/Virus scan clean
9) V-Sync on/off
10) Reset Windows (keeping personal files), installed drivers again
11) Updated F4 bios to F7a
12) Disabled Simultaneous MultiThreading (SMT)
13) Disabled High Precision Event Timer (HPET) in bios
14) Disabled the Xbox app video recorder and the NVidia one.
15) Disabled search indexing and compatibility telemetry scan.
16) Frame limiter set to 60 in Nvidia Profile Inspector
17) Checked DPC with LatencyMon, came back good
18) Fresh Win 10 install
19) Prime95: 2 hours with small ffts, passed.
--- Notes ---
I tried the original Far Cry game and I still got the stutters. I also noticed that, when moving the mouse around, the there is a vibration like effect going on as well. It looks like the screen is vibrating slightly and would be similar to the effects of a camera being slid across a fine-tooth blade.
Edited by xXZexxMooreXx, 15 September 2017 - 06:11 AM.