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Not in Ubuntu, in Windows. I didn't have bad stutter but there was a bit of stutter/lag going on occasionally/randomly, now it seems like it's fully gone.

I can just feel a bit of lag in the menus still, the FPS is 119 but when I press Inventory button for example it drops to 70 or 39, but it does not do it all the time, sometimes it stays at 119 and there is no lag. Probably it is some other issue and not related.

Listened to music for a few hours now and and there is no crackling sound.

All I did was moving displayport cable to port 1 and re connecting the speaker cable and oh yeah I also unplugged my printer but don't think the printer has anything to do with it.

Ok i understand now

Glad you solved the issue
post #892 of 1679
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I think I have the choppy audio issue even with no driver installed. Booted Ubuntu, and had the same issue and no driver was loaded. I tried to play music on WinPE based on Windows 8.1 and there is no Nvidia driver there too but also was choppy. Not so choppy as it was 2 days ago, now it much much less choppy.

I never tested audio when I did a clean install of Windows, I just checked latency without driver.
But I do know hat I did not have this issue with the previous cards: Intel HD 530, GTX 970, R9 390, AMD 280x.



Edit: Moved DP cable to port 1, (had it connected to port 2) and re connected the speaker cables, now I don't notice crackling sound.
Maybe it's temporary or the crackling sound is completely gone. Listened to five songs so far.

Played CS now and it seems there is no stutter, alt tabbing is not laggy either.

Good god, could it really be this brutally simple? I am going to try my other two DP ports to see if I can get rid of the stuttering in CSGO. I've tried a plethora of fixes and nothing has gotten rid of my frame hitching / stuttering in this game.
post #893 of 1679
Changing ports did nothing for me, I was suspicious that my USB soundcard had a part to play in this, but then I heard crackling in my headphones wich are connected to the soundcard on the motherboard.
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Welp, I am skeptical changing ports will fix this too, but I will be damned if I don't give it a try tonight.



The frametime spiking is real
post #895 of 1679
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Good god, could it really be this brutally simple? I am going to try my other two DP ports to see if I can get rid of the stuttering in CSGO. I've tried a plethora of fixes and nothing has gotten rid of my frame hitching / stuttering in this game.

Yes was one of the things i 1st tried different ports cables even monitors still no luck but you never know it worked for "dislikeyou" in that game so worth a go

One thing i would like to try and i know its kind of pointless as no one would run a gaming rig like this...

Is to try 32bit os just out of interest if i get time later i may give it a go
Edited by harney - 7/30/16 at 7:52am
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this is with 2666 ram and sound is not crackling anymore
post #897 of 1679
You know, when I changed video cards I also had to change RAM because I managed to kill the 32GB of Mushkin RAM I had before. I was previously using some really low timing Redline RAM @ 1600MHz and I bought four 4GB sticks of some EVGA 2133MHz RAM. My motherboard actually hated this RAM, refused to POST with it @ 2133MHz so I have been running it @ 1600MHz. I wonder if this is playing a role here.
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Threads merged and reopened.
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Looks much better with more posts ...90 pages..... nvidia are sh@ting a brick now biggrin.gif as if there bothered
Edited by harney - 7/30/16 at 11:10am
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Looks much better with more posts ...90 pages..... nvidia are sh@ting a brick now biggrin.gif as if there bothered

I really don't think they are, i mean how much is this really hurting there bottom line? I for one am indeed returning my 1070 and keeping the 970. Being at 1080p i still find the 970 adequate for my needs. I didn't really feel too great paying $470 for the card to begin with. The 970 for $350ish which is what i paid for mine if i can recall correctly was a fair and justified price. More than $100 more for the 970s successor is thievery.

Same goes for the 1080, the 980 was under $600 for a nice AIB card, the 1080 is closer to $700. I fully expect a $850+ Ti this year, with the only thing changing that being what AMD can deliver with Vega. We all need to pray for an AMD comeback in the GPU and CPU space just for the sake of competition and keeping Intels and Nvidias prices in check.
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