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You fail to understand that increased idle and load latency cause audio and stuttering.
as one of the possible reasons yes

not guaranteed
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post #112 of 1679
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Originally Posted by ChevChelios View Post

as one of the possible reasons yes

not guaranteed

You can't be serious.

You can't have correct audio playback if DPC latency is high, Windows Media Player or whatever audio source wont be able to correctly sync within your OS timers and thus will fail to do simple things that requiere high precision timings like... Audio Playback.

That's a guaranteed thing, not a possible reason, the only variable is Bitrate on the song, driver audio bitrate, Audio Driver Bit Depth, Audio Frequency, polling rate. Every PC will have a different threshold depending on how those settings are configured before they start to show issues to wonky DPC timers.
Edited by Dargonplay - 7/12/16 at 4:55pm
post #113 of 1679
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Originally Posted by sok0 View Post

Ive been playing overwatch, battlefront, and LOL , and have not noticed any stuttering or anything like that, but I did notice when I ran the DPC latencymon test , it had high DPC and it said it would cause problems with my audio , etc. but never noticed anything. I probably would have never even tested it if I didnt see a post about it.
^ thats my story too
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Nvidia didnt state what problem they replicated - just increased idle latendy or actual audio/stutter problems or something else

or what they are aiming to fix

so why are you so sure they are even working on your specific set of issues or that the driver fix (if it ever comes) will fix your problem ?

and if its strictly cards fault then why isnt every single Pascal user on the planet also experiencing audio/playback/stutter issues ?

There is zero point in arguing this so let's not.

There could be many reasons why it's happening but the only important part is Nvidia thinks there is something worth fixing.

Let's let them fix it and then see where this goes.

Any problem out there isn't necessarily going to be experienced by every single user.
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post #115 of 1679
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i always leave that option in default (on)
maybe something is interfering with the drivers, idk.
do you guys have a sound or ethernet\usb3\sata card?
i m sure nvidia will figure it out soon or later

Disabling HPET on BIOS always ends up reducing DPC latency on every system I've used, you should try it and post back, it didn't helped with my G1 1070 but it did reduced latency just a little bit.
post #116 of 1679
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Originally Posted by ChevChelios View Post

Nvidia didnt state what problem they replicated - just increased idle latendy or actual audio/stutter problems or something else

or what they are aiming to fix

so why are you so sure they are even working on your specific set of issues or that the driver fix (if it ever comes) will fix your problem ?


and if its strictly cards fault then why isnt every single Pascal user on the planet also experiencing audio/playback/stutter issues ?
well according to some ppl, Fury X is the most future-proof of all, 4GB or no redface.gif

and what about 980Ti then ?

its probably because AMD take 3 years to optimize drivers tongue.gif

anyway I tried this test, highest I get is 274 idle

700 under load, I guess im okay then?
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Man i remember when this site used to be about getting the most out of your system, or about helping eachother out to solve a problem.

Nowadays we have a bunch of fanboys and entitled kids here just trolling.

Nvidia has issues with their product just like any other company. They will fix it on thier time frame. Experts here though could probably diagnose the issue then solve it in forums.
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Man i remember when this site used to be about getting the most out of your system, or about helping eachother out to solve a problem.

Nowadays we have a bunch of fanboys and entitled kids here just trolling.

Nvidia has issues with their product just like any other company. They will fix it on thier time frame. Experts here though could probably diagnose the issue then solve it in forums.

I hope you don't mean me? I'm no fanboy as I never badmouth one companies product over another.
I have 3 computers in my home and one has an nvidia gpu and one has an amd gpu and one has the intel hd graphics chip (laptop)
and the amd gpu in my wifes computer has never given us any issues and it's 5 years old, my nvidia gpus have only had a few minor problems with TDR which I was able to correct myself.
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I played to D3 / Battlefront tonight and the "highest measured interrupt to process latency" was 850 in Latencymon. I guess it's quite high, but I'm not too familiar with DPC latency.

I didn't have any huge FPS drops / stutter or audio dropout. Hopefully NVIDIA will be able to release new drivers that will fix the issues for the folks affected.

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post #120 of 1679
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I used to have spikes into the 500us region but that was due to the integrated Intel NIC. After I disabled the Intel NIC I averaged around 150us IIRC, but definitely nothing crazy. On a 980 Ti btw. Will get some screenshots after work.

So to follow up, this is what my latency looks like right now:



And this is what happens when I enable the integrated Intel NIC (Intel® 82579V, 1 x Gigabit LAN Controller):



Curiously I can leave the Realtek NIC enabled (Realtek® 8111GR, 1 x Gigabit LAN Controller) and it has 0 impact on my latency, and in fact in the first pic you see the Realtek NIC has been left on.

Using 361.91 drivers on Win7 x64, power management set to Adaptive in NVCP.
Edited by magnek - 7/12/16 at 6:20pm
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