Ok, I've tried a few different drivers and for whatever reason I can't get a decent framerate using Modern Warfare. https://********/G5y5czn/example1.jpg .https://********/qMwDn99/example2.jpg I cannot figure out why the frametime is so horrible. It's a consistent pulsing throughout the match. Although the game appears to be smooth I noticed some unsmooth moments. But according to MSI A/B I'm seeing frame spikes in excess of 300 ms . Which is not what I'm seeing in match. If I'm not mistaken if it was 300 ms that would represent hitching. And that isn't something I'm seeing in game. However, I am getting similiar reports using Radeon Advisor. With this game it's reading in the orange range. Never green like in the beta. Any help would be appreciated in solving this. Edit (2//9/2020): The issue is now fixed here is what I did: -Disabled windows defender -Updated to KB4505903 for win10 1903 fix the ntoskrnl.exe latency issues (latencyMon + Playing Modern Warfare revealed this) -Enable-MMAgent for memory compression -Put HDAudBus.sys into MSI Mode as that was showing high ISR latency issues. (latencyMon + Playing Modern Warfare revealed this) -Replaced Sata 3.0 cables (I noticed one was twisted).In an attempt to fix ClassPnP.sys latency. (latencyMon + Playing Modern Warfare revealed this) -Stop relaying on MSI A/B's Hardware Monitor for the time being (showing 1000ms and higer spikes). Gameplay is smooth throughout and I don't experience the spikes that HWM is showing. It also doesn't correlate between the in game OSD Timeframe (using graph) and the HW Monitor itself. And it doesn't correlate with Radeon's Advisor results. Not sure why that is? But will use RTSS frametime for now. Which too shows almost a flat line in OSD and appears in line with Radeon Advisor. -Removed MSI mode from Sound Blaster Xr -Replaced Sata 3.0 Cables for ClassPnP.sys which did reduce DPC latency. However, it does increase when there is harddrive activity like loading a map, game, etc. Edit (2/19/2020): Frametime spikes fixed Frametime spikes in MS AB's Hardware Monitor are now fixed. It was do to: bcdedit /set useplatformtick yes. Modern Warfare was the worst offender while other games only showed mild spikes in frametimes in MSI AB's HW. However, in game there was no stutter.