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5700 XT Frame Times And Stuttering?

Since swapping my SAMSUNG 970 EVO 250GB NVMe M.2 SSD for a SAMSUNG 970 EVO "PLUS" 500GB NVMe M.2 SSD, I've got poor frame times in games and regular stuttering. Games in question are RDR2 and GRB.

Nothing else has changed. I Installed the OS and used the same drivers for everything (chipset, audio, GPU ect) and I installed the SAMSUNG NVMe driver.

Using latest drivers for everything. All settings at stocks. Everything the same software and settings wise as the OS installation before, on the previous drive.

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Quote: Originally Posted by BradleyW View Post
Since swapping my SAMSUNG 970 EVO 250GB NVMe M.2 SSD for a SAMSUNG 970 EVO "PLUS" 500GB NVMe M.2 SSD, I've got poor frame times in games and regular stuttering. Games in question are RDR2 and GRB.

Nothing else has changed. I Installed the OS and used the same drivers for everything (chipset, audio, GPU ect) and I installed the SAMSUNG NVMe driver.

Using latest drivers for everything. All settings at stocks. Everything the same software and settings wise as the OS installation before, on the previous drive.

Any idea's?
You cloned the drive? I had issues with the latest W10 build doing this.

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Have you tried this?
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Not a clone and I am on the latest drivers as linked above.

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Setting power options in the OS to high performance fixed it.

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MPT and +70% power greatly increased my 1% and frametimes. Even when undervolted.

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MPT and +70% power greatly increased my 1% and frametimes. Even when undervolted.


Very interesting thanks. How about temp increase?

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Very interesting thanks. How about temp increase?
I'm not on stock cooling but only a few degrees. The card is still very power friendly.

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Quote: Originally Posted by BradleyW View Post
Setting power options in the OS to high performance fixed it.
Set it to Ultimate Performance.

This is the mode that "High performance" used to be long ago before M$ changed it.
This mode does more of the hidden tweaks to power plan for performance compared to High and you don't need to do these tweaks yourself by hand or with a tool as some people do.
It is available on Workstation version and it can be enabled and shown in the GUI on any version with a command you can search for online. The extra plans are there, you just can't see them, yet.

Obvious thing to try would be to test with the old SSD again and remove the new one. If it still stutters then it's your config not playing well with your hardware.

https://www.thewindowsclub.com/ultim...nce-power-plan

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