Hi, i have the same problem since last year and i have been trying to figured out what the problem is,but after many try software/hardware i changed every component:3 motherboard, 2 stick of 8 gb ram,1 cpu,1 ssd and the power supply but the stuttering still occur, i tryed every mb bios i even buy an ups!! but i think the problem is cpu related and in my case with 2 ryzen 1600 i can't run any linux build cause the system hard lock or softlockup? I even try windows 7 and every win 10 build ,
Here is an example of the stuttering: ACOrigins - YouTube
Cpu Ryzen 2600x
MB asus prime x470 pro
gtx 1070 ti amp extreme
ram corsair vengance rgb 2*8 dual channel cl15
psu silentiumPC vero m2 600w
adata ssd m2 256gb
plextor ssd 512gb
So we can deduce some things:
The thing to take away from all of this, is that the single consistent component is the CPU architecture. I had the pleasure of testing on Linux Mint and the same issue manifested.
The Ryzen CPU is the single consistent component in these cases. 550W gives me around 120W+ head room. I am unsure of your headroom, but with the 1070 I would assume you'd have similar headroom on your machine.
Looking at my log data, I see two very strange spikes in CPU Die Temperature.
The second spike is even stranger seeing as how there's a sudden reduction in temp.
How can a CPU heat up that quickly when it's under the same load? Nothing really happened. It's moderate load, too.
It appears to me that this is one of many bugs. It might throttle the CPU due to it increasing in temperature so quickly.
In 4 seconds it goes:
What the hell?