So I installed a new SSD and installed windows 7 on it. This was my first ever SSD. Everything worked fine but for the last 2 days I was going crazy for a stuttering issue.
My games were not smooth as before, even my desktop. I thought maybe i had some microstuttering with my 590, i rolled back drivers and such but i always had this stuttering. I had everything up to date but still stuttering.
It was not a MAJOR stuttering but enough to piss my sensitive eyes.
I than thought to myself that the SSD maybe had an issue or there were connection problems but nope. Everything was working fine.
Guess what the problem was.
I am SOO used to gaming on 120 fps thanks to 120hz Nvidia 3Dvision 1 monitor I have. I also use 120 hz in desktop and everything.
So yeah the stuttering. Well the so called stuttering I though of was just a simple 60hz being enabled on Nvidia Control Panel. Now i changed it back to 120 hz and i dont have the STUTTERING any more. Of course in 60 hz i did not have any stuttering issue but when gaming on 60 hz opposed to 120 hz you feel like you have stuttering. At least I do.
If there are still people out there whom are not convinced that there is no difference between 120 hz and 60 hz well these people are extremely mistaken. When i enabled 120hz the first time i ever got this monitor few months ago, i had never ever tried 60hz again. But with me being forgetting to set 120hz after a fresh install pretty much convinced me 100% that once you go black, I mean sorry, once you go 120 hz, you never go 60 hz again.
True Story. God Bless 120 hz gaming.