Help with stutter in games

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  1. Posts : 5,915
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       #41

    N00berG00ber said:
    OK, bit its not the lane. Lol
    Did you try it in the other slot?
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  2. Posts : 1,486
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       #42

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    N00berG00ber said:
    OK, bit its not the lane. Lol[/QUOTEmobo wid you try it in the other slot?
    No, I'm not home. But how would it be possible for it to be the lane when the other mobo was doing the same thing.
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  3. Posts : 5,915
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       #43

    While it is not likely it is possible. Give it a try to rule it out. It might help to drop your OC a little.
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       #44

    Dude said:
    While it is not likely it is possible. Give it a try to rule it out. It might help to drop your OC a little.
    Alright when ihet home I'll try
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  5. Posts : 1,486
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       #45

    Switching the slot did nothing....hmmmm
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  6. Posts : 5,915
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       #46

    Is it only BF3 now, or all games?
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  7. Posts : 1,486
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       #47

    Dude said:
    Is it only BF3 now, or all games?
    So far last night I only noticed it on bf3. But i need to play my other intensive games to make sure
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       #48

    BF3 is notorious for having server issues, so if it doesn't happen in other games I would say BF3 is at fault.
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       #49

    Dude said:
    BF3 is notorious for having server issues, so if it doesn't happen in other games I would say BF3 is at fault.
    Ya, I agree, but that's y I want to run all my games to make 100% sure.
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       #50

    N00berG00ber said:


    ive tried all drivers since the 320.19. my last GPU was the same exact one as I have now. I sent it in for an RMA and they sent me a new one of the same model. my last one was the same issue.
    So the other GPU was probably fine then. At least you can rule out a bad GPU as well.


    EDIT: Drive completed successfully. no errors.
    Scratch that off the list as well.

    I let memtest run several passes.
    Chances are the RAM is fine as well.

    the only real changes I did was OC my CPU, HT Link, Shut down a bit of services,
    Have you tried re-enabling those services again - all of them? Sometimes it's possible that what may not appear to be a cause can have a trickle effect.

    As for the overclock - remove it and run @ stock. You have a niggly issue and it's best to eliminate all variables. You can always re-instate it afterwards.

    im not too worried about the youtube videos thing. .
    Was just wondering if was video driver related.



    it seems to only happen now on BF3. it does it very little in the beginning of playing, then as time goes on and my GPU heats up, the boost clock fluctuates maybe 10-20MHZ in the boost range, and so does voltage. and the stuttering gets worse after that,
    Have you tested by playing the SP campaign to eliminate any possible server lag?

    Also have you tried creating a custom fan profile, or cranking up the fans speeds in EVGA precision or Afterburner to try and keep the temp below the boost cut off?

    Although 10-20mhz shouldn't be that noticeable as the different power states kick in. Although as the temp rises, dropping below the baseclock speed would be noticeable.

    It does NOT happen in my other games AS often. it may happen once every 20 mins or so, or not at all. so far that I noticed.
    Less often could be due to temps and powerstates...

    What are the GPU's max/average temps hitting in BF3 and other games?
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