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Constant Stuttering Good Computer

I built a gaming PC over the summer, and I thought it could handle the games I run. I've been getting constant stuttering in The Witcher 2, Shadow warrior, and games alike. I have a GTX 770, an intel i5-4670k. The usual 8 gigs of ram, and an Asrock z87 extreme4 mobo. Does anyone know why this is occurring? I'm not playing on high settings at all. Any help would be awesome, thanks.
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  1. Is anything overheating? You can clean dust and see if it helps.
    Also what psu you have?
  2. stormworm said:
    Is anything overheating? You can clean dust and see if it helps.
    Also what psu you have?


    I cleaned it yesterday with pressurized air (I was careful and did it from a distance) and non static wipes. How could I tell if it's overheating? What is too hot? I have a corsair 750w psu.
  3. I asked because gpu downclock itself if temperature is high.
    You can download gpuz, set it to show max temp. and go play a game for 10 min.
    Also I would recommend using msi afterburner and set it to show onscreen while you play, so you can see temp and gpu usage all the time.
    For cpu you can use coretemp, it also show max and min temp.

    http://www.alcpu.com/CoreTemp/

    http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/

    http://event.msi.com/vga/afterburner/download.htm
  4. stormworm said:
    Is anything overheating? You can clean dust and see if it helps.
    Also what psu you have?


    stormworm said:
    I asked because gpu downclock itself if temperature is high.
    You can download gpuz, set it to show max temp. and go play a game for 10 min.
    Also I would recommend using msi afterburner and set it to show onscreen while you play, so you can see temp and gpu usage all the time.
    For cpu you can use coretemp, it also show max and min temp.

    http://www.alcpu.com/CoreTemp/

    http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/

    http://event.msi.com/vga/afterburner/download.htm


    The CPU cores were averaging 100c and the GPU around 60c. Is the CPU getting too hot?
  5. Best answer
    Yes, cpu is overheating. Did you ever change thermal paste?
    Also, do you have any case fans?
  6. stormworm said:
    Yes, cpu is overheating. Did you ever change thermal paste?
    Also, do you have any case fans?


    ok, glad there is an answer. I have 3 case fans that were all preinstalled when I bought the case. the CPU fan I use just comes with the processor. What do you reccommend I do?
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