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post #791 of 1679
I was talking about actual measured frametimes through Afterburner. Is there a set definition of how many ms of frametime constitute a visible stutter in game? Honestly though, at this point its beyond obvious something is fubar in Nvidia's driver that is affecting the 10XX series. Its just grossly confusing to me that I don't get this stutter in other games.
post #792 of 1679
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Is there a set definition of how many ms of frametime constitute a visible stutter in game?

No.

If you're playing at 100fps for example, then a 2.5ms frametime spike would be percieved as a very temporary 20% FPS drop
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post #793 of 1679
I should probably take a screenshot tonight so I can show my frametime in game. It spikes to 20-30ms or higher sometimes and seems to line up with the frequency of my visible stutter. So I have assumed that was the issue. Again I am no expert on interpreting frametimes so I could be wrong.
post #794 of 1679
There is obviously problem with GTX 10x0 and CS:GO. I've got little bit lower fps with GTX 1070 than with my GTX 760 2Gb and sometimes got huge fps drop even after hot fix driver and DPC latency tweaks.
post #795 of 1679
funny enough it could well be OS/hardware compat related.

On my main system my 970 had no or very little stuttering.

I managed to finally sell it yesterday and before shipping I tested it in my spare rig to make sure is fine.

I noticed during benchmarks it was quite stuttery, the rig is weaker than my main rig but its also not silly weak.

Main rig with no stutters.

haswell 4670k 4.3ghz
asus dx2 soundcard
z87 motherboard
onboard intel nic
16 gig ddr3
windows 8.1 pro

Spare rig which has stutters

core i5 750 overclocked to 3.9
no soundcard or onboard sound
p7p55d-e motherboard
pci-e intel nic
16 gig ddr3
windows 10 pro

The main rig has much more software installed.
post #796 of 1679
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I should probably take a screenshot tonight so I can show my frametime in game. It spikes to 20-30ms or higher sometimes and seems to line up with the frequency of my visible stutter. So I have assumed that was the issue. Again I am no expert on interpreting frametimes so I could be wrong.

A 20-30ms frametime spike will ruin 2-3 frames if you're playing at 100fps so extremely obviously visible.
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post #797 of 1679
Wow, I tried to listen to a song now, this is terrible: http://vocaroo.com/i/s1ONznVMXtCw

So choppy, so much crackling.
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Wow, I tried to listen to a song now, this is terrible: http://vocaroo.com/i/s1ONznVMXtCw

So choppy, so much crackling.

That is in the recording friend. Not sure what the angle is. Try youtube.
post #799 of 1679
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That is in the recording friend. Not sure what the angle is. Try youtube.

i recorded it with my iPad, that's how it sounds on my speakers. Youtube videos also has choppy sound.

Gonna try to clean install Windows and see if it solves anything.
post #800 of 1679
Can anyone confirm that gsync is broken in this release? When i have it enabled its not smooth..
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