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Mouse panning stuttering issue on new system with gtx 680

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Hello forum people! I recently bought a new system around a GTX 680 and im having an issue with stuttering.
Pretty much every game I have tried out has an issue when moving my mouse and panning the mouse to check out the environment.
It stutters!!! It stutters and almost looks like it skips a frame. It kind of looks like screen tearing but screen tearing does not stutter the image it just makes it looks ugly = / . Moving with keyboard doesn't cause me stuttering
I Always have either Vsync or adaptive Vsync ON.

My Specs:
Core I5 2500K 3.3Ghz (Corsair A50 Cooler)
Asus P8Z68V PRO/GEN3
GTX 680 (EVGA)
Corsair 800W GS PSU
1TB WD Hard Drive
8GB RAM

865W APC UPS (Voltage regulator)

I have tried the following:
Disk installation driver 300.83 (i think)
Driver 301.10
Driver beta 301.24 (currently installed)
resitting GPU
Power managment: Prefer maximum performance
Triple buffing on - off
Adaptive Vsync - Vsync - In game Vsync - no Vsync (I think its still there but its hard to see with the MASSIVE screen tearing)
Pre Rendered frames
Game Booster
Disabled ALL Anti Malware, Virus, (basically every program that prevents my computer from receiving AIDS from the internet -Sorry if i offend anyone from that statement-)
Restarting Computer
Window mode
Checked temps with Speed fan and said CPU was 124C and stayed at 124C so i downloaded Coretemp and my cpu was around 30-50C (totally safe) and everything else seemed fine.
I also checked GPU temp with MSI afterburner and was around 80-82C when really stressed so i increased fan speed and now its around 75C
Checked all clocks with msi afterburner while gaming and only changed very little (GPU Boost feature). I did however notice the GPU Usage was changing alot and stayed normal when just standing in the game and when i moved the mouse it started fluctuating. I figured changing my GPU to Prefer Maximum Performance would fix this (Sadly no).
I may be forgetting some other stuff i have tried but tomorrow im picking up my Cousins Wired Xbox 360 controller and ima tried that out with a FPS to Confirm its not my mouse.
My mouse is a Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 4000. I know not the best gaming mouse but i Have no lag whatsoever and i have the usb wireless thingy 7 inches away from the mouse lol. (planning on buying a better mouse down the road).

Also when playing BFBC2 I heard a weird sizzle sound somewhere in my computer followed by my game slowing WAY down (unplayable level)
so i closed the game and it went away and hasnt done it since and its been about a day or 2. I dont see how it could be overheating since my temps seem normal while running Benchmarks but the sizzle sound sounds like it might have been overheating. Also my Hard Drive sometimes does random reading or something in the background even when just on the desktop with nothing open so idk if thats normal but other than that it hasnt made failing hard drive sounds that i know of. I seem to also have trouble downloading and install windows updates sometimes. restarting my computer fix's it most of the time for some reason.

So if anyone could help me out with suggestions and what not. THAT would be great. It could just be a 'early drivers for a new card = FAIL' type of situation or it could be a number of other things.

Im probably forgetting something but U guys get my point - I HAVE TRIED A LOT OF THINGS TO FIX THIS AND NONE OF THEM WORK -
For those of you who read the entire Mother Frogin thing you deserve a beer and a slow clap = )
post #2 of 4
I do not know what is causing such an amount of stuttering, but I have a friend who has the 2500k and the 680 and he was getting frame rates that were not worthy of the 680 he had to overclock to over 4 ghz before his processor was not bottlenecking the GPU.
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post #3 of 4
I had this problem with Crysis, and it turned out to be an issue with the mouse polling rate. Trying the 360 controller should tell you right away if you have the same problem. If your mouse does not have an adjustable polling rate, you may be screwed until NVIDIA fixes their drivers.
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MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
3 x Dell 2408WFP Logitech G510 ePower Tiger 1200 Watts Corsair 800D 
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I tried the Controller today and was slightly better but still there = (
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