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post #1 of 59
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Sorry of this is thew wrong section.

Long story short I've been noticing when playing games sometimes it would freeze for 1-2seconds. What could it be?

In Overwatch and CSGO, randomly game will freeze, but I get high FPS.
post #2 of 59
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I still need help with this, it still happens. :c
post #3 of 59
I do see that your RAM in clocked @1068 with 15-15-15 36 timings. That is a little slow compared to what I am used to is 1600 9-9-9 24. That might be the problem maybe.
post #4 of 59
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I do see that your RAM in clocked @1068 with 15-15-15 36 timings. That is a little slow compared to what I am used to is 1600 9-9-9 24. That might be the problem maybe.

Is there anything I can test to help solve my problem?
post #5 of 59
The memory is fine, that's DDR4-2133 memory, the clock speed (1068) is half the data rate (2136).

Do you keep your games/os on the ssd or on the magnetic drive? Disk IO can sometimes make muck up the works. Win10 does a heck of a lot of "logging" which can make for disk contention. Problems like this are often more a matter of software than hardware. Take a look at the CPU Time column in the task manager and see if anything running in the background is consuming inordinate cpu time.
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The memory is fine, that's DDR4-2133 memory, the clock speed (1068) is half the data rate (2136).

Do you keep your games/os on the ssd or on the magnetic drive? Disk IO can sometimes make muck up the works. Win10 does a heck of a lot of "logging" which can make for disk contention. Problems like this are often more a matter of software than hardware. Take a look at the CPU Time column in the task manager and see if anything running in the background is consuming inordinate cpu time.

I have OS and some games on my SSD, everything else on HD.



This makes no sense, my CPU jumps from 10-60% randomly.

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Originally Posted by michael-ocn View Post

The memory is fine, that's DDR4-2133 memory, the clock speed (1068) is half the data rate (2136).

Do you keep your games/os on the ssd or on the magnetic drive? Disk IO can sometimes make muck up the works. Win10 does a heck of a lot of "logging" which can make for disk contention. Problems like this are often more a matter of software than hardware. Take a look at the CPU Time column in the task manager and see if anything running in the background is consuming inordinate cpu time.

Oh ok I'm not familiar with DDR4 yet.
post #8 of 59
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I'm so tempted to say f it and just do a whole fresh install of windows, I really want to fix this problem. Playing CSGO and lag spiking fo2 seconds really annoys me.
post #9 of 59
You have a lot of stuff running. When you play a game, be sure to quite out of all that. When your system is completely idle, nothing running but the os and task manager, what does it show for cpu usage. It should be close to 0%.
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post #10 of 59
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You have a lot of stuff running. When you play a game, be sure to quite out of all that. When your system is completely idle, nothing running but the os and task manager, what does it show for cpu usage. It should be close to 0%.

I thought my specs are good to be able to run this amount of programs? Is this why I'm freezing during games due to the stuff i have open?

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