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New rig games have fps stutter

So i just built my first pc and the specs are,

FX8350
GTX 770 EVGA SC ACX Cooling
2TB HDD Toshiba 7200rpm
cs650M PSU
8gb of corsair vengeance ram
OS windows 8.1

Now in most games i get a random fps stutter, normally when i go into new areas or like its loading. Games i play are ESO, Wildstar and GW2 so far are the only games i tried. Also i get kinda low FPS in GW2 and Wildstar, ESO is smooth but normally at like 40-60fps. Should i be getting more FPS with GTX 770? Also whats causing these Stutters in all the games? sometimes when i really load a new area it freezes longer then the stutters do. Ive tried alot of stuff but nothing works. ive messed with all nvidia settings and tried multiple drivers. tested ram all good. reinstalled windows etc.
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  1. did you check if you have an overtemp issue or a psu issue ( bad voltage ) ? ( check in the bios )
  2. as said above check for overheating of any components, use hwmonitor. amd's fx cpu's aren't the best for some games, as most games out there wont utilize more than 4 cores and amd cpu's have poor per-core performance compared to intel cpu's. For some games the 8 core 8350 can perform worse than a dual core intel i3.
  3. I don't think its temps when I first got the PC I checked all temps I think CPU sat at. 50c and GPU at like 70 c. That's under full load. At idle its high 20s for both. Idk how to check voltages etc..could that really cause a stutter?
  4. Anyone else have any ideas? In these games its in certain areas in the game. It doesn't happen when I sit still or anything only when I move.
  5. check if you have a software running like a hell backward with task manager
    and/or sometime is necessary to change the settings in the game you play to remove sluttering issues

    let me know
  6. No its not any programs I wiped my computer and only installed the game. Plus its a new computer. Also even on low graphics it stutters in certain areas in the game. I bought a ssd and hopefully that fixes the problem? My HDD is a Toshiba 2 tb model # t01aca200. Is this a slow HDD?
  7. ssd is not related to the problem here and even hdd if you have at least 7200 rpm model

    what model of ram you have?
  8. Here are all my specs


    System Information:
    System Name: RAWR
    Model:
    Operating System: Windows 8.1 build 9600 (64-bit)
    Motherboard Manufacturer: Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd.
    Motherboard Model: 990FXA-UD3
    Motherboard Version: x.x
    BIOS Manufacturer: American Megatrends Inc.
    BIOS Version: ALASKA - 1072009
    BIOS Release Date: 2013/07/15

    CPU Information:
    Manufacturer: AuthenticAMD
    Type: AMD FX-8350 Eight-Core
    Codename:
    CPUID: Family 15, Model 2, Stepping 0, Revision OR-C2
    Socket:
    Lithography:
    Number of CPU's: 1
    Cores per CPU: 4
    Logicals per Core: 2
    Clock Frequencies:
    Measured Speed: 4021.3 MHz [Turbo: 4173.8 MHz]
    Multiplier: 20.0X
    Bus Speed: 201.1 MHz
    Front Side Bus Speed: (N/A)
    Timing Error Ratio: 1.000
    Cache per CPU package:
    L1 Instruction Cache: 8 x 16 KB
    L1 Data Cache: 8 x 64 KB
    L2 Cache Size: 8 x 2 MB
    L3 Cache: 8 MB

    Memory Information:
    Total Physical Memory: 8157MB
    Available Physical Memory: 3036MB
    Memory Devices:
    Slot 1: 4GB DDR3 SDRAM PC3-14222
    Corsair CMZ8GX3M2A1866C9
    XMP: 1.50V, Clk: 888.9MHz, Timings 9-10-9-26

    Slot 2: 4GB DDR3 SDRAM PC3-14222
    Corsair CMZ8GX3M2A1866C9
    XMP: 1.50V, Clk: 888.9MHz, Timings 9-10-9-26

    Slot 3:



    Slot 4:



    Virtual Memory: C:\pagefile.sys (1920MB)

    Drive Information:
    Physical Drive 1: TOSHIBA DT01ACA200
    Drive Size: 1863GB
    Partitions: C:
    Interface Type: SATA
    Bytes per Sector: 512
    RPM: 7200

    Optical Drive 1: HL-DT-ST BDDVDRW UH12NS30
    Optical Drive 2:

    Volume Information:
    Volume 1: C: [Local Drive]
    File System: NTFS
    Drive Cluster Size: 4KB
    Volume Size (Free space): 1862.5GB (1740.2GB)
    Volume 2: D: [Optical drive]
    File System:
    Drive Cluster Size:
    Volume Size (Free space):

    Video Adapters:
    Description: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 770
    Chip Type: GeForce GTX 770
    DAC Type: Integrated RAMDAC
    Memory: 2048MB
    Video BIOS: Version 80.4.eb.0.70
    Driver Provider: NVIDIA
    Driver Version: 9.18.13.4043
    Driver Date: 6-12-2014
    Monitor 1: 1920x1080x32 60Hz (Primary monitor)

    Temperatures:
    Description: CPU 0
    Temperature: 32.00C
    Description: HDD 0 (TOSHIBA DT01ACA200)
    Temperature: 31.00C
    Description: GPU 0 (nVIDIA)
    Temperature: 43.00C
  9. this was my specs during gameplay
  10. here is a picture of cpu usage, gameplay is of course when it spikes up and then i minimize it so it goes back down.

  11. Best answer
    stuttering loading new areas in games is only going to be reduced by getting an ssd. It's just unavoidable. Sometimes there are tweak guides for games that can help too.
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