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We are not asking for working perfectly normally. we are asking to see LatencyMon if it has issue. other people has the same issues. I didn't have issue with 970 .
I disabled all device I had. USB3 , Creative ZXR , GTX1080 device, SolarFlare network device . I had 7-30 in LatencyMon not a single jump. as soon as I enabled the GTX1080 device the jumps were back.


I don't know if it's the Power Management on Optimal Power, but I did try to change it, it didn't help, 970 I think it worked on Adaptive, but still I tried that too. something in the drivers doesn't work properly.

Look link

https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/941579/gtx-1080-high-dpc-latency-and-stuttering/

If I move my Mouse G502 1000hz usb polling very fast non stop I have non stop high DPC - between 600-800 what is your usb polling set to ?

Do you have Intel speedstep on? Disabling all the power saving features on my CPU helped bring down the latency stutters to acceptable levels on the 1070 for me. I still get spikes to 450-500, but it stays in the green at least. Before that it spiked all over the place, even at idle (the spikes are related to your CPU speed ramping down and back up again). It's a very weird issue and seems to only be affecting some people.
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Ive always had all CPU power savings on

if I see some high latency today Ill try disabling them
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Do you have Intel speedstep on? Disabling all the power saving features on my CPU helped bring down the latency stutters to acceptable levels on the 1070 for me. I still get spikes to 450-500, but it stays in the green at least. Before that it spiked all over the place, even at idle (the spikes are related to your CPU speed ramping down and back up again). It's a very weird issue and seems to only be affecting some people.

I always enabled EIST only since I didn't see any effect on SSD 4k speed, games, programs, windows or youtube 4k. EIST shouldn't cause issue with 1080GTX if it didn't with 970 , am I right ? I don't know why some people don't have problem. they don't give much information. bios settings or software or windows settings.
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I always enabled EIST only since I didn't see any effect on SSD 4k speed, games, programs, windows or youtube 4k. EIST shouldn't cause issue with 1080GTX if it didn't with 970 , am I right ? I don't know why some people don't have problem. they don't give much information. bios settings or software or windows settings.

EIST caused issues with my 1070 but not my 960. Same setup. Same everything... All I did was pull my 1070 and swap it with the 960 to see if any other hardware was the culprit. It turned out the 960 was perfectly fine, and never went into the red under any circumstances. The 1070, however, spiked to the heavens. Turned EIST off, and it stopped spiking as high (note: under most conditions, FS Ultra benchmarks stressed it too much, I guess). If you do have latency issues, it's worth a shot. Hopefully some more people with absolutely no issues can start providing more information and we can diagnose what the problem is. Nvidia is pretty much AWOL on the matter and haven't responded, even in their own forums about it yet.
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In my case it seems like i only get high latency readings when idling with my 1080 , seems like it's a combination of Intel speedstep stuff and pascals new low power modes.

When i set high power mode in windows 10 x64 CP latency much better , but even with that when the system detects inactivity low power modes still kick in and higher latency readings return again.

I get between 1000us and 3000us when idling , but when the card is being utilised the readings are perfectly normal , lower than my 780 , gaming is buttery smooth , no audio problems.
could this be it ?



also I realized that I havent installed any specifically downloaded Intel chipset/LAN etc. drivers for my ASRock Z77 Pro3 mobo - Win10 apparently handled all that automatically .. should I track down some drivers for it and install them ? and if so - do I look at Intel site or on ASRocks site ?
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My scores with my Asus Strix non OC (Graphics Score 11 229) 8+2 phase .

I bios flashed the Strix OC bios, and did a -15Mhz in Afterburner to maintain stability in games (GTAV, ultra max details, for over 2 hours). http://www.3dmark.com/fs/9140664.

This is in SLI with 2 of the same card, with the same BIOS flashed at -10Mhz in Afterburner: http://www.3dmark.com/fs/9156456

Photo: it is blood red in real life wink.gif http://imgur.com/ryBUHqN (looks like smoke in there, is just the red led light reflecting off the side panel window).
Edited by Ascendor81 - 7/6/16 at 7:36am
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EIST caused issues with my 1070 but not my 960. Same setup. Same everything... All I did was pull my 1070 and swap it with the 960 to see if any other hardware was the culprit. It turned out the 960 was perfectly fine, and never went into the red under any circumstances. The 1070, however, spiked to the heavens. Turned EIST off, and it stopped spiking as high (note: under most conditions, FS Ultra benchmarks stressed it too much, I guess). If you do have latency issues, it's worth a shot. Hopefully some more people with absolutely no issues can start providing more information and we can diagnose what the problem is. Nvidia is pretty much AWOL on the matter and haven't responded, even in their own forums about it yet.

Disabled EIST , and it still jumps to 500-800-12000

IDLE is fine without EIST, but as soon as I open youtube or chrome and something is working the DPC goes up. did nvidia changed something with pascal , how it works with windows timings or something ?

Whoever test something, open Youtube with chrome or Internet Edge , and while something is Playing behind check the DPC. the whole points is why there is high DPC while playing something. IDLE is easy to fix like he said with Disabled EIST there are no more jumps. so we are on route here. I just need you to confirm when you open youtube or chrome you have big jumps every seconds while watching youtube video and such.

Watching a MKV video 1080p causing the 1080GTX to use max Clock speed , while watching the video I don't have any jumps . means it's something with the power saving that causing it to jump.

it must be with the Turbo Boost which working wrongly while causing DPC every time because it's not timing is correctly, other people have low DPC because they test wrongly or just don't have something or have something that does something which "Hidden"
Edited by x7007 - 7/6/16 at 7:47am
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it could be Pascal power savings/Pascal GPU boost 3.0 or combo thereof

Ill test it on my rig, but I havent seen any tangible lag/stutter yet anywhere, so it isnt affecting my real world performance
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it could be Pascal power savings/Pascal GPU boost 3.0 or combo thereof

Ill test it on my rig, but I havent seen any tangible lag/stutter yet anywhere, so it isnt affecting my real world performance

It's weird ,, it must be something with the driver or the card memory that has some timing issue with the system , something going nuts after it go up on the clock speed and then go back to saving mode. it just doesn't go to saving mode correctly.
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Disabled EIST , and it still jumps to 500-800-12000

IDLE is fine without EIST, but as soon as I open youtube or chrome and something is working the DPC goes up. did nvidia changed something with pascal , how it works with windows timings or something ?

WHoever test something, open Youtube with chrome or Internet Edge , and while something is Playing behind check the DPC. the whole points is why there is high DPC while playing something. IDLE is easy to fix like he said with Disabled EIST there are no more jumps. so we are on route here. I just need you to confirm when you open youtube or chrome you have big jumps every seconds while watching youtube video and such.

Does it have the message written in green, or the one in red telling you it's not suitable for real-time audio? Mine would spike up to 500 every now and then, but it stayed in the green telling me it was ok. You should open up CPUZ to see if your CPU is still fluctuating speeds. Turn off every power saving / turbo feature your mobo has.
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Originally Posted by ChevChelios View Post

it could be Pascal power savings/Pascal GPU boost 3.0 or combo thereof

Ill test it on my rig, but I havent seen any tangible lag/stutter yet anywhere, so it isnt affecting my real world performance
Just run LatencyMon to even see if you're affected. Mine was jumping high while idle with EIST enabled.... and was even worse while running FS.
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