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you need to eliminate 3rd party factors to create a controlled environment first. I would suggest booting from an downloaded usb stick system, then add the driver, a monitoring tool and some game.
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Are you running any Anti Virus programs? Disable it and see if that makes a difference.
    
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Are you running any Anti Virus programs? Disable it and see if that makes a difference.
I don't use one.
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I don't use one.

I would roll back a driver release or two. You could also try enabling vsync, which sometimes helps.

EDIT: Check your temps too. Make sure your GPU fan is turning on under load. Thermal throttling can for sure cause this issue.
    
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I would roll back a driver release or two. You could also try enabling vsync, which sometimes helps.

EDIT: Check your temps too. Make sure your GPU fan is turning on under load. Thermal throttling can for sure cause this issue.

Roll back a driver for what component? I have a few intel chipset drivers I install. It is not thermal throttling because the temps are fine. I had a few threads I made a couple weeks ago here where I was told to do that.

Edit: The max temp I've seen in AF was 71-72 while running unigine valley. The cap for max temp shown in AF is 75 degrees. Is that max temp for the AF software, or my graphics card?
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