Hi guys, I had some issues with my PC unrelated to the stuttering.
I am going to be collecting more data sets. I can say right now that whilst the UPS has *massively* improved things, with significant reduction in both frametimes, frametime spikes, and even smoother FPS... I do encounter some stuttering on yet another fresh Windows 10 1809 install, with the latest AMD chipset drivers, and latest Nvidia drivers (18.10.1810 and 419.35, respectively).
I have tried 4 Nvidia drivers, and I have tried the manufacturers package of the AMD Chipset drivers. Stock BIOS (and with 3200 CL14 XMP profile for the G Skill Flare X).
They are mostly when entering the game and the first few minutes, but can still be 'random'. I have tried with and without shader cache, overlays, etc.
Whilst they're no where NEAR as bad, upon consideration, I would say that the previous stutters were actually genuine hitches and stutters, I would now consider these true microstutters. The frametime spikes, but it's not anywhere near it was previously.
I have also tried different audio drivers, and running LatencyMon to detect problem software, but there is nothing obvious.
This is with the optimal setup for the UPS.
I have tried the Standby Memory removal, too, and this doesn't help.
I am willing to bet there are other things taking place, or maybe something I have overlooked, but it is nothing certainly obvious.
Again, the system is much more bearable, and I feel I can play but it does make it slightly less satisfying and somewhat annoying.
All in all, a positive resolution, but the search continues. I will be trying to narrow down the cause of the issue via software methods, as I feel I have exhausted all hardware related issues.
Just bought a new RX580 and now im getting theese stutters.
I returned my card but, they just send my card back and said its totally working.
Upgraded from an GTX1050ti and never had theese issues.
PC Specs: (Windows 10 1809)
Ryzen 5 1600
8GB Crucial Ballistix Sport
500W beQuiet! Pure Power 10
Sapphire RX580 Nitro +
Samsung M.2 960Evo
DualMonitor Setup Samsung 144hz Freesync Ultimate +
Samsung 60hz Freesync Standard Engine.
Also tried to disable HDCP didnt worked for me.
I found the issue, my stuttering issues were from an unstable CPU; i've always had my ryzen clocked and prime stable but found when id test it for 24 hours+ it wasnt fully stable, after finding setting to stabilize it fully... interestingly enough my stutters are entirely gone.
Guys it's not only that problem, people have told me that disabling cores helps. Also in ryzen master you have gaming mode. If you watch Linustechtips latest video about ryzen 3000, he explains why games stutter with it. It's because of two dies and cores switching between have latency. Assigning cores differently improves gameplay a lot