1050ti Stuttering issue

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  1. gamertwo

    gamertwo New Member

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    I've downgraded from 7700k (windows 10 x64 installed) to 4790k
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    Seagate 3x 3tb 7200rpm
    Cryorig H5 ultimate cooler
    Corsair VS550
    new gpu Zotac 1050ti OC.

    I'm having stuttering issues in almost every game. I've check through msi afterburner. No cpu overclock and Gpu coreclock is between 1734 to 1780 out of the box i haven't overclock it. Is this ok ?
    About stuttering Like in cs:go when I am firing fps drop from 254 to 120. In Gta V while driving fast it was stuttering mostly after 10mints fps drops from 60-70 to 30-35. Temps were fine cpu temps don't go above 61c and gpu 59c. I've already run ddu and did clean install nvidia graphic drivers. No apps running in background. Do I need to clean install windows 10 also as I have change my whole pc setup ? What could be done to overcome this stuttering issue. Any help would be highly appreciated.
     
  2. airbud7

    airbud7 Ancient Guru

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    You mean you placed your windows HDD in another computer instead of a clean install?
     
  3. gamertwo

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    yes. After my new pc build with 4790k I just insert the old installed windows hdd in it and run it. But I've downloaded all the necessary drivers for z87 pro motherboard.
     
  4. airbud7

    airbud7 Ancient Guru

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    I actually upgraded a customers computer from 775 to 1151 and windows 10 loaded some drivers/ restarted and all was good...even the aftermarket Lan and wifi cards worked!....

    Clean install is always best I think/ but I'm not sure it will help in this case?
     

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    Do stuttering caused by faulty Gpu ? or it could be ram fault ? While playing gta v if I minimize game and open chrome browser it opens very slowly and other apps also works slow
     
  6. airbud7

    airbud7 Ancient Guru

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    Does that ti have a 6 pin my chance?
     
  7. mikev190

    mikev190 Master Guru

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    Fresh install. When changing cpu/mobo I would always recommend doing that. Pointless bothering with your current windows install
     
  8. mikev190

    mikev190 Master Guru

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    If I paid you to do that I would be very unhappy. It's just bad practice, reminds me of PC world in the UK lol
     
  9. gamertwo

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    No it don't.
    I will do fresh install today. And can you clear my conception about stuttering ? What is it ? and why it occurs? Is my gpu faulty ? I've done stress test by unigine heaven fine results.
     
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    customer got all files he desperately needed!...GTFO
     

  11. jbscotchman

    jbscotchman Maha Guru

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    With any major hardware changes, especially a mainboard and cpu a clean install of windows is always a good idea.
     
  12. gamertwo

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    I will do it. But what is the main cause of stuttering ?
     
  13. jbscotchman

    jbscotchman Maha Guru

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    It could be a hundred different issues, most likely some kind of software error. Just save any important files to a thumb drive and do a complete reformat.
     
  14. mikev190

    mikev190 Master Guru

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    Well that says a lot doesn't it. I and many other techys can do that and do a fresh install. But I won't share my knowledge with someone with that attitude. You sound like you use other peoples knowledge on here to scrap by.

    Rule no 1 with any mobo change, fresh install. It screws a lot of drivers and other things. Not to mention activation. If you still have stuttering after, then it will be easier to diagnose
     
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    I will fresh install windows today and will tell you results afterwards ..
     

  16. jbscotchman

    jbscotchman Maha Guru

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    I look forward to the results.
     
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    Have you tried DP 1.2 and HDMI together ? gl
     
  18. gamertwo

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    So I did clean windows Installation but still facing stuttering issues.. However i've gain 5fps more after reinstalling windows.
     
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  19. anxious_f0x

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    What in game settings/resolution are you running things at?

    Could be that you’re expecting more than the card can deliver.
     
  20. jbscotchman

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    Hmm. Well the 1050 is a low range card that can deliver some really good gameplay. As the guy above me said, What games and graphic settings are you using?
     

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