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So basically my pc start up is a lot slower then my old pc now which was booting in 10 seconds and now my current one is booting in 25 + seconds.

Not sure if that has anything to do with it or a separate issue.. I am using a ssd as well.


Also my games are running on lower fps now around 30 fps lower then they usually do.

I am currently playing the culling and it is running at 30 fps with the following system

I7 6700k
R9 380 4G
3400mhz Gskill ram
Z870 - AR motherboard
SSD

And all games take around 10 seconds to alt tab in.

Thanks for any help smile.gif
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Also the load is at 100 % constantly when in games
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I had a similar problem. Try using Display Driver Uninstaller (Google it) , commonly known as DDU, and uninstall your current video drivers. Download the latest Crimson drivers (16.3.2) and install them.

I fought this problem myself for weeks. Turns out some of their driver versions as of late just hate certain games/Windows in general. My out of date 16.1 drivers made Fallout 4 run at 20-30fps outdoors and indoors, now i get 50+ outdoors and 100+ indoors.

Hope this helps, man.
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Thanks + rep!

I will try that !

Cheers
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Oh yeah, I forgot I also ran Malwarebytes and I did a Deep System Scan using Bitdefender. Malwarebytes kicked up nothing but Bitdefender found a few problems (nothing specific, sorry).

I'm not sure if they did anything to absolve the issue, but I did run them before I fixed the problem.
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I agree that this sounds more like a driver issue than a hardware issue. I also found 16.1 to give me a lot of issues with input lag in my case. Remove all drivers for the gpu using DDU and reinstall latest like previously said am im sure it will be perfect again.
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alright will do thanks for the help, do you think this will fix the slow startups aswell ?
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Ok, So I just used the DDU driver uninstall tool and re installed the latest driver and reset pc.

Launched a game (The Culling) and still having the same issue of 30 fps my friend is using a nvidia gtx 960 and is getting 70 fps with a 4 core amd cpu.

Not sure if that is the game optimization or what?

Also not sure if this issue is related but when we are in any voice chat program my voice chat will start to echo and high pitched noises for the other person on the other end of the call.

This occurs only when my computer stutters/lags (which it shouldn't) and my game will drop to 1 fps for about 15 seconds and the only way to fix the voice chat is for me to unplug headset and re plug in !
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Oh yeah, I forgot I also ran Malwarebytes and I did a Deep System Scan using Bitdefender. Malwarebytes kicked up nothing but Bitdefender found a few problems (nothing specific, sorry).

I'm not sure if they did anything to absolve the issue, but I did run them before I fixed the problem.

Edited by Jordan32 - 3/31/16 at 4:22am
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