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Yea, I mean some people would maybe say I need to ignore the slight stutter... And maybe they're right.. But I never has stutters with any of my evga cards and I've had 1080, 980 ti, and all others on down and they might have coil whine or get to hot but they never stuttered and when they did it was easily fixable.

With the Aorus, my first time switching, I can't fix it.. So that's why it sucks because damn otherwise when it's smooth its really smooth and looks awesome.

I'll have the ftw3 shortly also, so that will tell the tale and help me see if it's the gpu or my Pc somewhere else.

Here's question... I have an older corsair tx750w, is there any slight chance an older psu could be a culprit if even a small one? Or if it was going down would I see more issues?

I wouldn't rule the PSU out. Could be peaking and causing the stutters due to vdroops? Although unlikely. Still won't hurt if you can test with another PSU before it goes and brings your whole system with it.


That being said, in my experience if GPU and its drivers are ruled out, the biggest culprit apart from CPU being maxed out is RAM. I've had a lot of issues with overclocked ram causing stutters especially during high workloads.


Anyway stupid question but have you tried the max pre rendered frames fix already?
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Do you think a 4770 could possibly hold this gpu back a bit?
yeah it could, in certain aps. what definition are you playing on? if 1080p. yeah, that could be your problem. What kind of cpu utilization are you at?
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I did my own fan curve:


So you set idle/minimum fan speed to 30%?

But that isn't fixing the issue is it.

It seems more of a "if you cant beat them then join them" approach lol.
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Looks like RadActiveLobstr was correct--I received my third DP cable today and all 3 monitors are running on DP. When I only have my main 144hz and one side 60z plugged in, the card downclocks properly to 215hz. When I plug the 2nd 60hz side panel in (3 total) with DP, the card doesn't downclock below ~1500.

Guess i'll just have to deal with some fan noise at idle. Maybe there will be a fix someday.

I have this issue with 1 165hz and 1 60hz display as well.

The workaround is NV MDPS. Just switch it on when you're not gaming and it will downclock to the lowest bin.
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I wouldn't rule the PSU out. Could be peaking and causing the stutters due to vdroops? Although unlikely. Still won't hurt if you can test with another PSU before it goes and brings your whole system with it.


That being said, in my experience if GPU and its drivers are ruled out, the biggest culprit apart from CPU being maxed out is RAM. I've had a lot of issues with overclocked ram causing stutters especially during high workloads.


Anyway stupid question but have you tried the max pre rendered frames fix already?

max pre rendered frames and shader cache settings need to be tried for sure.
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So you set idle/minimum fan speed to 30%?

But that isn't fixing the issue is it.

It seems more of a "if you cant beat them then join them" approach lol.
That's the spirit tongue.gif
Bty, what is your max boost clock out of the box?
And your max oc?
Because mine looks like lazy poke.gif
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I wouldn't rule the PSU out. Could be peaking and causing the stutters due to vdroops? Although unlikely. Still won't hurt if you can test with another PSU before it goes and brings your whole system with it.


That being said, in my experience if GPU and its drivers are ruled out, the biggest culprit apart from CPU being maxed out is RAM. I've had a lot of issues with overclocked ram causing stutters especially during high workloads.


Anyway stupid question but have you tried the max pre rendered frames fix already?

I actually have to take a look at my cpu stats, and I haven't tried max pre rendered frames yet... Is that a fix that actually has worked for some folks?
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That's the spirit tongue.gif
Bty, what is your max boost clock out of the box?
And your max oc?
Because mine looks like lazy poke.gif

Max boost with first card was 1999mhz. Max oc 2050. Memory +300 (including the out of the box oc)

I exchanged that card for the one I have one now due to cosmetic defects.

This one boosted to 1987mhz. Max oc 2037. Memory +400.

Yeah they are kinda lazy lol.

But still a really good buy considering the 70 USD premium for the Strix where I live. And the strix are not performing great anyway.

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I actually have to take a look at my cpu stats, and I haven't tried max pre rendered frames yet... Is that a fix that actually has worked for some folks?

Works for many folks and on many different games. I myself have it on for quite a number of games. Of course as always YMMV.
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I actually have to take a look at my cpu stats, and I haven't tried max pre rendered frames yet... Is that a fix that actually has worked for some folks?
yes. lowing the number (it's in nvidia control panel) helps some, raising it helps others. Try Max Pre rendered Frames (not to be confused with max vr frames) at 1. if that doesnt work try it at 4.
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Sounds good guys, I'll give that a try this evening.. Really hope that can help! I'll keep yas posted
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Her guys, if you're having issues with the latest drivers, Windows 10 creators update may have disabled some of the nvidia functionality.

This is caused my Windows fastboot, disable it.

I lose the ability to open nvidia control panel. I also had noticed some bad frame drops I games. Disabling fastboot brought the nvidia control panel back and allowed geforce experience to launch again.

People are discussing this issue on nvidia forum, devs are trying to figure out what went wrong and why fastboot is causing this issue.
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