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post #1681 of 1683 (permalink) Old 09-19-2018, 07:30 AM
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Well, it only took nvidia 1½ years to fix the stuttering. Last time I'm buying their utter garbage.
that is not a lot of information to go on. A full build always helps. Did you have a partner card or just Nvidia? do you have 3gb or 6gb vram? what settings are you using and are your drivers up to date. did you use an ssd or hdd and what speed and brand. How big is your psu and what brand?
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Hi guys, not so long ago I purchased the Msi Gtx 1070 Gmaing X card and the happiness was not long since after some time I noticed that there were friezes and microfreezes in the games, but not in all, I already tried a lot of things, who is the thread with this problem figured out what caused all the troubles? Now it is win 10 pro 1803, driver nvidia 416.34 but tried with different drivers, also disconnected in bios intel vertulization, intel C-State, Intel Vt-d, in the video driver exhibited high performance, pulled out its Creative sound card from the slot, also tried on clean OS test all the same result one friezes

config pc
MB: ASUS MAXIMUS VIII RANGER
CPU: INTEL CORE I7 6700K [4000MHz, TB 4200MHz, CASHE 8Mb]
GPU: MSI GTX 1070 GAMING X 8G
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that is not a lot of information to go on. A full build always helps. Did you have a partner card or just Nvidia? do you have 3gb or 6gb vram? what settings are you using and are your drivers up to date. did you use an ssd or hdd and what speed and brand. How big is your psu and what brand?
Just a simple driver update helped, but that still took over a year ... Build does not matter if nvidia cannot provide basic support to their garbage products.
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