I'm starting to get frustrated with my computer. My build: -Ryzen 5600x -GTX 1070 -MSI B550-A Pro -Corsair LPX 2x8 GB 3200Mhz RAM -Corsair RM650x Power Supply -Samsung M.2 970 Evo Plus 250GB ssd I think I have read every single post ever made about games starting to feel heavy or people experiencing system latency. The best way I can describe it, is that it feels like everything happens just a bit slower than normal and there is noticeable input lag. My FPS never visibly dips, it just starts happening for some reason. It only bothers me because I try to play competitive Halo and CoD and it just puts me at such a disadvantage when it starts. It has started to kill my motivation to play at all. I have researched DPC Latency, Micro-stuttering, reinstalling Windows 10 and 11, I have tried a standalone ethernet adapter, different RAM from what I'm currently using. I've overclocked my CPU to 4.6Ghz and overclocked my GPU as well. I have limited my frames all the way down to 60 and changed my monitor's refresh rate to match. I try to do as much as I can to get rid of latency and input lag. My temperatures for my GPU sit around 52C with the fans at 80% and my CPU gets to about 65C. The RAM, SSD, Chipset, and MOBO sit around 35-45C. I used HWMonitor recently and noticed under the utilization tab that GPU in game in Halo with uncapped frames was at 1-2% while frame buffer and memory were being used at about 40-50% individually. I have not turned on V-Sync since I'm trying to get rid of input lag to the best of my ability, I have also adjusted my Nvidia control panel to maximize performance in the 3D settings, including setting the preferred power mode. I've disable C-states in BIOS, made sure every single thing is up to date, and even tried the general system latency tweaks people mention including turning off high precision event timer. Link to some HWMonitor screen grabs: https://imgur.com/a/kcvCe0A Let me know if there is anything you guys want me to test.