Massive stutters ingame and huge dpc latency issues since i upgraded my pc.

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  1. Winnie Snyz

    Winnie Snyz Member

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    I just upgraded from my almost decade old pc which was a i5 2nd gen to a i3 10100f. Ever since that i have been experiencing massive audio stutters and pops, stutters in games. I checked my dpc and its flying all over the roof mainly my Nvidia drivers and direct x kernel.
    Here is my result upload_2021-10-13_12-24-2.png
    My audio controller was sharing a Irq with my gpu so I turned msi on for that and the problem got a little better but its still ******.
    Old specs:
    i5 2400
    8 gb ram ddr3 1333
    New specs:
    I3 10100f
    16gb ddr4 2666

    Same gpu used on both systems a GTX 950 2gb asus strix edition
     
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  3. Winnie Snyz

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    I tried for gpu since it was sharing its irq with my audio controller
    and i am on a gigabyte h510m h
     
  4. Astyanax

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    those duration numbers are fine, there is no "huge" dpc latency displayed in this image.

    136us and 85us are below average dpc values.

    what i am seeing is that this motherboard has a history of pop and crackling reports.
     
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  5. Winnie Snyz

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    I just did a passmark test and i got 831 on my 950 while the average is 5410
    so yeah something is definitely wrong here
     
  6. Astyanax

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    is the bios updated, cpu could be stuck in a low clockrate.
     
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    When you built your new system did you do a clean installation of Windows or just use the old installation?
     
  8. Winnie Snyz

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    yes i updated my bios to the latest version and my cpu is performing well over the average bench for this model.
     
  9. Winnie Snyz

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    new windows and i have tried different versions as well
    1909
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  10. Astyanax

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    what storage devices do you have?
     

  11. Winnie Snyz

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  12. Astyanax

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    are you using the same power supply, or did you get a new one?
     
  13. Winnie Snyz

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    using the same one, I am convinced its my power supply but my previous specs had more power draw than my current one. so idk hoping it fixes this
     
  14. Winnie Snyz

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    Also something weird i noticed my gpu and cpu doesnt go over their tdp while stress testing.
     
  15. Astyanax

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    It is not unheard of
     

  16. Winnie Snyz

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    But can power related issues frack up drivers ?
     
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    the gpu can throttle in the presence of a lack of power yes.
     
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  19. Winnie Snyz

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    I FINNALY procreating FIXED AFTER DAYS AND DAYS OF DIGGING AROUND ON FORUMS.
    I FOUND A SOLUTION ON A 6 YEAR OLD GEFORE THREAD.
    CHANING YOUR PCIE LANE SPEED FROM AUTO TO 2.0 in case of my 950 ON OLDER PASCAL CARDS FIXES THE ISSUE.
    MY SYSTEM IS BUTTERY SMOOTH NOW AHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHA.
    sorry for the caps.
     
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    That was something I did with my rx570, as it was suggested to help. Can't say for sure if it did. I mean, it felt nicer, but I'm not a fan of feelings when it comes to something that can be empirically measured [with means I don't have - both physical latency testers etc and the full know how as some true Guru'rs I stalk (that may or may not be in this thread)]. Glad it helped though, now game away! I have wondered why, if it did (it did for you it seems), it worked... is there different requirements on power delivery for example between pcie gens? Also, surely that's a mobo thing, not a pcie gen thing [maybe aside from 1.0, again, haven't Googled], as that's the one sorting out power and what have you? OK, I'm talking nothing here, bye.
     

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