Hey I just built a new pc with the specifications are as such
CPU RYZEN 5 2600X
Motherboard MSI X470 GAMING PLUS
Memory CORSAIR VENGEANCE PRO RGB 32 GB @ 3000mhz
PSU - CORSAIR TX850M
OS Windows 10
BIOS Date 20181116
GRAPHICS CARD - ZOTAC RTX 2060
I am playing on a 1080p 60hz monitor the monitor is BENQ GL2450. I have noticed there's fps drop even in games that geforce experience shows as my card is able to run at max settings. Is any of my PC part faulty? I also did a benchmark here are the results
any help would be appreciated
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With micro stutter you mean FPS drops and just bad performance however with none of the hardware being used fully ?
I also experience FPS drops in certain maps in CS GO, been troubleshooting for months now. However this is the only game I have where it happens. CPU load : ~30 % GPU load : ~50-60% RAM : ~30% and I get FPS 100-144 but GPU usage stays pretty much the same even on 144 FPS.
You should write to Nvidia about it, my ticket there was raised to senior technician level because really nothing solves this issue sadly enough. I'm waiting on a reply.
I play the game on 1440p and want to have constant 144FPS since I use a 144Hz screen, this should be no problem in CS GO with a GTX 980Ti.
So I advise you to post in there and tag AMD Matt and MisterJ -- they seem
to be in some form of control.
AMD's stance is that it doesn't really exist. I am noticing this mostly on
the 1600/2600 variants of Ryzen. Nobody in an official capacity is
mpw, I think AMD Matt is with AMD Online Support (I could be wrong) but I am a user just like most of the rest of you. I do not work for AMD and certainly do not speak for them and definitely have control over nothing that I know. Thanks for the award, though. Enjoy, John.
My apologies, John.
My suggestion with regards to tagging Matt was that if enough
tickets/requests to fix this comes through to him, then maybe he could
forward the complaints to the engineering department. Matt has tried to
help me personally, but once again we arrived at "Try a different
motherboard" after already trying 4 x the same model, and 1 x a different
No problem, mpw. I deal with Matt on several problems at AMD Support and suspect this is the same person (really great guy!). He may be caught in the middle. I agree that the more reports to Support by more users, especially with different HW, tends to get more attention and I would encourage it. I do not game, so do not see your problem and it is hard to comment. At a very surface glance, I would tend to lean on the Video card. Good luck and enjoy, John.
Unfortunately, the issue persisted with both AMD and Nvidia cards on fresh
installs on different operating systems, on different disks, and varying
Nvidia themselves confirmed it's not a GPU issue after I performed a
GPUView trace for them, and they foresaw that any video card change would
still see the issue, as it's a CPU problem and not a GPU. They were correct
-- I tried a different GPU (AMD RX580).