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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 04-02-2019, 06:23 PM - Thread Starter
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Ryzen 1600 Bottlenecking GTX 1070?

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I have been experiencing microstuttering in various games such as BF V and CS GO at 1080P. Every minute or so whenever I am playing my FPS drops hard in BFV and it'll go back to 60+ after a brief second.

I thought it may have been because of my 8GB of RAM, but I added more for a total of 16 GB (8GB x 2) Dual Channel, and I am still getting the micro stutter.

Could it because of my CPU is bottle necking the 1070?

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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 04-02-2019, 06:30 PM
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I am doubtful your CPU is causing this issue.

The microstuttering you describe has been occurring for many gamers in a variety of games after a recent Windows 10 update. Are you running Windows 10, and if so, is it running the latest updates?

Also, do you have the latest drivers and motherboard BIOS installed?


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Bottleneck another term used like for just about everything

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FYI Nvidia does have issues with that sort of stuff.

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That's not really microstuttering but more so an actual stutter or flat out frame dip. Ryzen 1600 is not bottlenecking a 1070 trust me.

I would look into power settings in the bios, power settings on windows(high performance) make sure the clock rate is staying stable. You need to run Afterburner and we need to see whats going on with your CPU/GPU graphs at the time of stutter.

What harddrive? SSD? Try reinstalling it? Reinstalling on a different drive? Etc Etc...

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Try turning of SMT. I did that with my 2700x when I had a similar issue. Only one game did that, but the problem immediately went away. And if you have decent cooling, enable PBO for a slight OC.
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What speed is your memory as my 1600 is pretty sound at 2933Mhz with latest bios updates as you can run it in default but the memory needs to be fast like 3200Mhz .

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Quote: Originally Posted by 8-Ball View Post
Hello all,



I have been experiencing microstuttering in various games such as BF V and CS GO at 1080P. Every minute or so whenever I am playing my FPS drops hard in BFV and it'll go back to 60+ after a brief second.



I thought it may have been because of my 8GB of RAM, but I added more for a total of 16 GB (8GB x 2) Dual Channel, and I am still getting the micro stutter.



Could it because of my CPU is bottle necking the 1070?



Thanks
Try Windows 10 build 1804. Also goto BIOS and check if ur memory is running at full speed.
Use Xtreme-G modded Nvidia drivers for your GTX 1070, it fixes many fps dips and stutterings which occur on official drivers.
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With a GTX 1070, running 3466 Cl 14 would really help a low clocking Ryzen first gen. At least shoot for 3266 MHz Cl14.
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