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Hello, hoping you can help with a persistent problem I have been having for over a year.
I have been experiencing stuttering in games recently, but it performs a little oddly: The game will run perfectly smooth on the highest graphics settings but will occasionally freeze up entirely for a brief moment before continuing smoothly. Audio continues through the stutter. Some examples are shown in videos below:
Please note this issue is not isolated to multiplayer and also occurs on single player games. I have noticed on windows task manager that there is a drop in performance of the GPU when stutters occur as seen in this screenshot.
The specs of my PC are as follows:
AMD Ryzen 5 2600x (6 Core) CPU
AMD 5700 XT(Recently replaced my RTX 2060 GPU)
16GB of Corsair DDR4 RAM
Games installed on a SSD
B450 Tomahawk Motherboard (MSC7-02)
CPUTemp is normal and not the issue.
I use a 75Hz, 2560x1440p monitor
Here is a list of some fixes I have tried to no avail:
Adjusting the page file values and location in various ways
Changing Bios to XMP settings
Updating Drivers (Including using DDU to wipe any old driver issues)
Fully reinstalling windows and wiping all drives to factory settings
Buying new components to the point I have a new PC. This includes, GPU, CPU, RAM, Motherboard, PSU and case for better ventilation.
Cleaning all components
Trying different PCIE ports
Using Intelligent Standby List
Toggling VSync Settings
Confirmed it is not network lag
Tried giving PSU dedicated wall outlet
Memory in correct slots on board, in Dual etc.
Got GPU RMA'd incase that was the issue.
Checked windows power settings
Disable background apps
Disabling in game overlays