Which PC component do i need to upgrade to avoid studders.

Hello, first off I am not very knowlegdeable on computers. But I've suddenly gotten very bad studders and framedrops on my pc, and I dont know what's causing it. I've tried various fixes but none seem to work, leading me to believe that my hardware is the problem. So does anybody know which components I need to change to remove this problem? Here is my speccy.

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I see Driver Booster.

Great way to AUTOMATICALLY CREATE ISSUES!!! You could have had a nice setup (drivers that work fine) and this alone could tank a great machine.

Fix? Go back to what worked. I can't know which drivers you had since there are now millions of machines and driver versions but that DRIVER BOOSTER is a great way to drive folk into new PCs and upgrades.

That said, if this was mine the first thing to go are any driver updaters and system cleaners so I can install the drivers myself and then look around.

For hardware I'd move to SSD and upgrade the GPU. The 1050 Ti as a minimum.

-> There is no way to eliminate lag or stutter entirely but we can reduce it.

Finally, turn the following off:

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And I see Advanced System Care

Not such a good idea either.

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