Game Stutter And FPS Drop

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  1. ICrewella

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    GPU usage %99 then %50 1 second FPS drop and stutter. Plase help me.
     
  2. Undying

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    Monitor your system while playing. Temp/usage/clocks. What games are you playing? What OS, what drivers?
     
  3. ICrewella

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    Windows 10 1909 Nvidia 441.41. GPU temp max 62 CPU temp max 65. Games: LOL CSGO Star wars jedi fallen order
     
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    Try lock you FPS.
     

  5. sykozis

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    What's your CPU usage while playing?
     
  6. WhiteLightning

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    It is the game. it has terrible stutter when loading new area's
     
  7. ICrewella

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    Problem in progress. I've tried ISCL,MSI mode. PLS help me.
     
  8. cryohellinc

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    You didn't give enough information.
    -Which game stutters
    -When stutters occur
    -clean your PSU
     
  9. ICrewella

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    1.Games: PUBG,Fortite,LOL,Star Wars jedi
    2.GPU usage drops from 80% to 50% and stutter game.
     
  10. mbk1969

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    Have you changed the power management to "Prefer performance" in NVIDIA Control Panel for those games?
     

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    If you have spare time you could do a clean install of Windows and make sure you manually install chipset drivers and GPU drivers after Windows has finished downloading and installing all updates.
     
  12. ICrewella

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    yes I've tried.
     
  13. ICrewella

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    Which ones should I install, can you give detailed information?
     
  14. ICrewella

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    Problem in progress please help.
     
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    Just curious. Are the games on the SSD or HDD or does it not matter and it happens on both?
     
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  18. Netherwind

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    Then why is it written on Gigabyte, MSI and ASUS product support pages?

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  19. Agent-A01

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    It's always been like that, but they are in fact not drivers.

    Extract the intel chipset utility, look at the inf for any relevant 'driver' and you will see that all of them say 'needs no driver'.

    Go to device manager and check any device under System devices and you will see that they all use a microsoft generic driver even if the device name says the driver provider is from intel.
    Example in picture below.

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    And if you still don't believe me, here is a copy paste from intel's website.

    The Intel Chipset Device Software installs the Windows* INF files. An INF is a text file that provides the operating system with information about a piece of hardware on the system. In the case of the current Intel Chipset Device Software, that information is primarily the product name for the piece of hardware. This allows the operating system to show the correct name for that piece of hardware in Device Manager.

    Note: The Intel Chipset Device Software does not install drivers for AGP or USB. Do not download this utility if your device manufacturer is recommending it to correct an "AGP driver," "AGP GART," or "USB driver" issue; it will not correct your issue.

    AMD's chipset utility is different from intel's, they have driver repositories for various devices like storage controllers, graphics, audio, and so on.

    Take a look at the size of AMD's installer vs intel's, several hundred MB vs a few MB for intel.
     
  20. sykozis

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    Intel only provides the drivers to Microsoft. Microsoft then includes the drivers with Windows. It's been that way for years....
    AMD does the same thing for the actual chipset drivers. The rest of the installation package is GPIO, SMBus, USB, PSP, storage controllers..... No audio or graphics though. Those are contained in the graphics driver package.
     

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