I made this post about stuttering in games: https://community.amd.com/thread/238265
Since I built my PC with Ryzen 5 1600, I made clean Windows installs and noticed some issues, for example Windows installs automatically outdated drivers, It causes conflicts when I install for example AMD Chipset, so I use the software DriverStoreExplorer to delete duplicated drivers, also I disable the Windows feature of download drivers automatically.
I tried diferent things to do this properly. I unplug the ethernet cable, Install offline Windows 10 via bootable USB, create local account (I installed before Windows 10 with the PC connected to Internet and let Windows do automatically), install Nvidia drivers, reboot, install AMD Chipset driers (now this chipset version "1.6.13.0400" doesn't install apparently the AMD Balanced power energy plan), reboot, install Realtek Audio drivers from official Asus TUF B350M-Plus Gaming website, reboot, and finally sometimes when I do clean Windows installs, install or not the Realtek ethernet driver, there's no real difference if I install it or not.
Even doing this steps I noticed stuttering in my steam, gog or origin games. As I explain in the other post, I tried everything possible, with no results.
Right now, with the May 2019 Update x64 (1903) installed (compilation 18362.175, the most recent version) and the 431.18 Nvidia hotfix driver and AMD Chipset 1.6.13.0400, I noticed that this AMD Driver installs a duplicated driver.
In the pas as I said before, when I install Windows an only installs the rest of drivers normally, and I play games, I noticed stuttering, if I deleted duplicated drivers the stuttering decreases but still persist, like at the start of the level of New Orleans on Wolfenstein II, or Counter Strike GO randomly, or in The Witcher 3, etc.
What are the real and proper way to manage the drivers? What I must to do, let that duplicatedalso Windows 10 causes stuttering, not only with the Windows standby memory issue (Microsoft doesn't care to fix it), but sometimes if the system crashes for any reason, even using the following commands: