GTX 970 Stuttering Problem :C

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Gaboexe, Sep 12, 2015.

  1. Gaboexe

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    I have a lot of stuttering in all games :bang::bang::bang::bang: i don´t know what to do please help :c
    my rig:
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    Ram Kingston HyperX Blue 8GB x 2
    MOBO DH87RL
    PSU TX 650W
    SSD HyperX Fury
    HDD WD Green 2TB x 2
    :puke2:
     
  2. inkscape

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    Have power management settings on max performance via nvidia control panel? Not so sure upon those WD Green's tho.

    Also, anything related to your temps? A 970 shouldn't be stuttering unless you are trying to push it over it's own limits.
     
  3. HeavyHemi

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    If you're playing games off of your WD Green drives, that could be an issue.
     
  4. Gaboexe

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    Yes i have on maximum performance temps are 63º
     

  5. inkscape

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    63º on load or idle?
     
  6. Gaboexe

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    I tested my games in the ssd maybe i need another only for games
     
  7. Gaboexe

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    With maximum performance 63 idle and on load 70º

    With Adaptive 48º
     
  8. inkscape

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    48º C idle is a little odd.. know your ambient temps?
     
  9. Gaboexe

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    37º is very hot here :c
     
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    Then 48ºc with adaptive is high... I live in CA and during a hot day, mine hovers on adaptive under 40ºc and thats with a MSI 760 TF.

    What's the temps on your CPU?
    And gaming with Green drives are bad. You need atleast a Blue for gaming. Green is for general storage, not running heavy apps/games.
     

  11. Gaboexe

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    My CPU is 40º and on load 70º
    Is used prime95 to make test and it reached 90º
     
  12. inkscape

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    you shouldn't even be letting it touch 80ºc. You are basically asking for your cpu to die. That's a reason right there. Hitting 90ºc, I'm sure it's throttling the **** out of your cpu to keep it cool.
     
  13. Spartan

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    Umm... Intel cpus =/= Amd cpus.
     
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    Your Strix seems to be doing fine, just about the same as mine. Mine runs 46 idle and 72 on load.

    Strix cards don't run the fans until the temps reach around 65 they stay motionless, so our idle temps are a bit higher compared to other cards.

    The problem might lie somewhere else...That green drive is one suspect.
     
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    From reading other sources, a i7 4770 shouldn't be touching that limit...
     

  16. Gaboexe

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    Maybe man i changed the mobo the ram gpu, bought an ssd i will buy a i7 4790k and a Asus Maximus Hero LGA 1150 i think it´s the cpu u.u
     
  17. DeathAngel74

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    it could be one of many things. having the games installed on the spinner hdds, psu not powerful enough, not enough voltage to hold higher boost clocks, youre hitting tdp or power limits......thermal throttling shouldn't kick in until 65*C. maybe a modded bios would be beneficial...
    extract the bios with gpu-z and I might be able to whip something up. :D
     
  18. CPC_RedDawn

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    erm.... no.

    Haswell is well known for having issues with AVX stress testers like Prime95, OCCT, etc.

    Never ever will any game push the CPU that much, barely anything ever will.

    Unless you delid your Haswell chip you won't see those 90C temps drop any time soon.

    Best is to test with programs like AIDA64, or Asus Realbench (in benchmark mode) to get a real world understanding of temps and proper stability.

    Going off synthetic stress testers is a thing of the past to be honest.
     
  19. Portuogral

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    I know you mentioned "stuttering in all games" but, I have to ask, "what games exactly?" At what resolutions?

    Are we talking about 'Minecraft', 'DOTA', 'League Of Legends' and similar, or are we talking about games that really "punish" your system's hardware such as 'The Witcher 3'? Are we talking about both 'light' and 'heavy' games?

    If are the latter games, maybe you should consider to loose those games' graphical settings down a bit to keep those minimum fps at higher levels for smooth gaming. There's so much a GTX 970 can do, specially with a stock i7 4770. Just saying.

    If on the other hand, the stuttering happens regardless of graphical settings, resolution or game, I don't think it is a problem related to the WD Green.
    Instead, it can be a software issue easily solved by fresh drivers install, or it can be an O.S. pain-in-the-a$$ related problem, in which case, can be caused by anything from chipset drivers or DirectX runtimes to Audio drivers or storage controllers.
     
  20. Gaboexe

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    Minecraft has stutter , Dota and lol nope And games like Far Cry 4 , 3 have it
     

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