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10-14-2018 04:03 PM
TheBDK
Quote: Originally Posted by rediornot View Post
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.
10-13-2018 09:02 PM
THEK1D 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
RAM: DDR4 CORSAIR VENGEANCE 16GB 2133MHz
SOUND CARD: CREATIVE SB AUDIGY RX 7.1
PSU: SEASONIC M12II EVO 750
CASE: CORSAIR GRAPHITE 600T
CPU NOCTUA NH-D15S
09-19-2018 08:30 AM
rediornot
micro stutters

Quote: Originally Posted by TheBDK View Post
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?
09-18-2018 08:56 AM
TheBDK
Quote: Originally Posted by TheBDK View Post
Microstutters coming out of my rear using the GTX 1060. I'm starting to doubt this was a good upgrade from my 270X. Sure I do get much higher frames, but 9 out of 10 games are microstuttering like crazy.
Well, it only took nvidia 1½ years to fix the stuttering. Last time I'm buying their utter garbage.
11-16-2017 07:09 PM
harney thumb.gif
11-16-2017 05:24 PM
kertsz I have solved my latency problems with an Asus X79 and a 1050Ti by disabling the USB 3.0 Asmedia from the bios
07-12-2017 06:06 PM
headoncollision
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Originally Posted by Groo21 View Post

I have seen a lot of folks with this issue have Asus boards.

That would suggest to me that it could be related to specific hardware Asus uses, or how Asus connects components on the board.

I still believe there is something funky with the Asus USB implementation. The Microsoft USB drivers have always performed poorly for me.

It doesn't help that there are versions of drivers out there for almost every piece of hardware that cause issues of one type or another.
Intel had a whole series of NIC drivers that caused issues. Asmedia had a series that caused power management failures.
yes there are many threads out there and they all seem to own a rampage iv or v mobo.
I got thr gtx 1070 back from testing in the service center and I now have lined potential buyers for it.
I bought an rx460 and so far no issues. thankfully at the current mining craze and gpu shortage I can sell the 1070 with no loss or a bit of profit. I was kinda relieved that it's a chipset gpu issue since I really didn't want to have to replace the motherboard. hopefully the sale goes smoothly and then I'll wait to see what vega has to offer.

update:I sold the 1070 at a slight profit for what I bought it for and have the rx 460 installed in my system. I'll leer the system on for 7 days just to make sure the problem doesn't happen again.
07-12-2017 07:42 AM
pez
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Originally Posted by harney View Post

Agree with you...


This is why i dislike allot of the review sites out there they seem to only be bothered in testing performance of each board or card of the same chip set or gpu ect ...and lets face it there all in the same performance bracket...What i would like to see is more in depth testing re latency and driver testing and find these issue and report / review it ...

This is why HardOCP reviews are good for motherboards. I believe even Anand covers DPC latency as well.
07-12-2017 07:34 AM
harney
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Originally Posted by Groo21 View Post

I have seen a lot of folks with this issue have Asus boards.

That would suggest to me that it could be related to specific hardware Asus uses, or how Asus connects components on the board.

I still believe there is something funky with the Asus USB implementation. The Microsoft USB drivers have always performed poorly for me.

It doesn't help that there are versions of drivers out there for almost every piece of hardware that cause issues of one type or another.
Intel had a whole series of NIC drivers that caused issues. Asmedia had a series that caused power management failures.

Agree with you...


This is why i dislike allot of the review sites out there they seem to only be bothered in testing performance of each board or card of the same chip set or gpu ect ...and lets face it there all in the same performance bracket...What i would like to see is more in depth testing re latency and driver testing and find these issue and report / review it ...
07-12-2017 07:25 AM
Groo21
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Originally Posted by headoncollision View Post

@flossycake
my cpu and gpu aren't throttling at all, alot of people online who suffer from these seems to be guys with old chipset x79 and Asus motherboards I suspect it's a driver conflict of some sort in win10

I have seen a lot of folks with this issue have Asus boards.

That would suggest to me that it could be related to specific hardware Asus uses, or how Asus connects components on the board.

I still believe there is something funky with the Asus USB implementation. The Microsoft USB drivers have always performed poorly for me.

It doesn't help that there are versions of drivers out there for almost every piece of hardware that cause issues of one type or another.
Intel had a whole series of NIC drivers that caused issues. Asmedia had a series that caused power management failures.
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