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I am posting this for someone else who is having some serious issues with severe stuttering in overwatch using a 2600k paired with a 970gtx and wonder if it could be the cause.
The main issue for her seems to be very high hard page fault even when system is idle and freshly booted. I do not think this can have anything to do with swapping/disk issues, as she has 16gigs of ram and uses a SSD for the system disk.
Here is the screenshot of latencymon running after a fresh boot with nothing else running:


And here is the video showing the severe amount of stuttering in overwatch:

That is exactly what I experience in Battlefield 4..that stuttery lag like jerkiness... (2 x GTX 1070's here)
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Man, that's terrible. There's no defending that. Either it gets fixed pronto or those things would be going back. Unacceptable.
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post #483 of 1679
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Think i have hit the world record biggrin.gif

I bet that is similar results we would get if we tried this on a old amd athlon k7 system with the famous via 686b chipset ;P
post #484 of 1679
on my rig I did have a second source of high DPC which was hmp alert network filtering driver, it was randomly hitting 1000us when chrome was sitting idle and probably going a lot higher when doing stuff like downloading steam content, it also affected tcpip.sys which was double what hmpanet.dll was doing.

Luckily all i had to do was rename the library in safe mode (since I dont use the filtering feature in it anyway) and that resolved that issue, now on my rig the only source of high dpc at idle is the nvidia driver, if I disable it then I have a very steady sub 50us DPC latency.

The reason I believe I am not seeing stuttering in games is because when a game is running the nvidia driver stops causing DPC spikes mostly, it only spikes quite infrequently with a game running, maybe once every 2 or 3 minutes.
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1060 users also check your latency
post #486 of 1679
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Originally Posted by boxman222 View Post

I am posting this for someone else who is having some serious issues with severe stuttering in overwatch using a 2600k paired with a 970gtx and wonder if it could be the cause.
The main issue for her seems to be very high hard page fault even when system is idle and freshly booted. I do not think this can have anything to do with swapping/disk issues, as she has 16gigs of ram and uses a SSD for the system disk.
Here is the screenshot of latencymon running after a fresh boot with nothing else running:


And here is the video showing the severe amount of stuttering in overwatch:
I also have such extremely high hard pagefault reading in LatMon, and I also got 16GB DDR3 RAM (+ 4GB pagefile), OS on SSD

the first 4 latency readings for me are even higher than on your ss (well they are if the 1080 is downclocked to 240 Mhz), but I dont have any stutter at all in Overwatch


the stutter in that video is 100% unplayable, Ive never seen any game run that bad, no idea what that could be tbh

reinstall driver (with DDU) + reinstall game ? maybe monitor hard drive performance/health ?
Edited by ChevChelios - 7/20/16 at 1:10am
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1060 confirmed to also have latency problem! so it's all 10xx



lool
post #488 of 1679
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Originally Posted by boxman222 View Post

I am posting this for someone else who is having some serious issues with severe stuttering in overwatch using a 2600k paired with a 970gtx and wonder if it could be the cause.
The main issue for her seems to be very high hard page fault even when system is idle and freshly booted. I do not think this can have anything to do with swapping/disk issues, as she has 16gigs of ram and uses a SSD for the system disk.
Here is the screenshot of latencymon running after a fresh boot with nothing else running:


And here is the video showing the severe amount of stuttering in overwatch:
So another update.. Had her do the DPC latency test while running the valley benchmark and here is the result:


Could these numbers be related to the amount of stuttering seen in this overwatch video?
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yes
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I also have such extremely high hard pagefault reading in LatMon, and I also got 16GB DDR3 RAM (+ 4GB pagefile), OS on SSD

the first 4 latency readings for me are even higher than on your ss (well they are if the 1080 is downclocked to 240 Mhz), but I dont have any stutter at all in Overwatch


the stutter in that video is 100% unplayable, Ive never seen any game run that bad, no idea what that could be tbh

reinstall driver (with DDU) + reinstall game ? maybe monitor hard drive performance/health ?
She has tried all of that with no improvement.
But according to the last test she did with a unigine valley running her DPC numbers are pretty high as well, but I dont know if 2000+ is enough to cause this amount of lag.
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yes
I really wonder what could cause it since this is with a gtx 970 which should not have this problem...
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