In pretty much every game I'm having stutters, even at loading screens or graphically less intense games such as LoL. In CS:GO for example I have enough fps of over 200 but stutters still happen. I've had this issue a year ago already but at some point thought it is due to the fact that it is a multithread processor (which is not the reason). Other users in Black Desert (CPU intense game) are facing zero issues with the Ryzen 5 1600.
Things I considered:
- The temperatures are always below 65°C
- Clock Frequencies are used (CPU Frequency: 3200 MHz, Memory 2133 MHz)
- NVIDIA Control Panel Settings are already set to full performance
- Newest "AMD-Ryzen-Master" Driver is installed (however, no Ryzen Power Profile appears in the Power Settings, only Balanced (Windows 10))
- BIOS is updated to "Version 4011" https://www.asus.com/de/Motherboards/PRIME-B350-PLUS/HelpDesk_BIOS/
- Overclocking (which isn't much of a help since it only reduces symptoms of the actual problem)
- Disabled Avast! (Antivirus)
- My BenQ GL2460 Monitor doesn't support G-Sync so it isn't the problem
I would appreciate some suggestions. Please understand that my knowledge is very basic in terms of PC-hardware. I will try my best to understand the technical aspects behind it.
Thank you in advance!
*I'd like to add that in most games this is more of a microstutter, while in Black Desert it comes along with framerate drops. They really shouldn't be according to many other Ryzen 5 1600 users and the microstutters don't seem normal at all since they appear basically everywhere.
Two ingame Footage-Videos from my PC (sorry mods for always editing this post):
LoL (Microstuttering is very apparent, even when playing around with VSync from NVIDIA and the game itself):
Black Desert (Especially Performance Problems other users don't have at all since the new update):
What I also believe is that maybe the SSD where Windows 10 and the games are installed isn't working quickly enough:
My benchmark from Samsung Magician for my "250GB Samsung 850 Evo 2.5" (6.4cm) SATA 6Gb/s TLC Toggle (MZ-75E250B/EU)":
Unfortunately I don't have any standards.. what do you think?