I've got a fairly new gaming rig that experiences a massively noticeable stutter about every 3 seconds during gameplay. I've tried everything from reading forums: updating my BIOS, updating GPU drivers (up to date with 310.33), enabling/disabling vsync in-game, in control panel, or in D3D overider, and enabling/disabling SLI. But nothing seems to fix it. I've also tried having my game being the only program running at the time. This has been happening for as long as I can remember.
Then I tried running it in windowed mode and it seemed to stop for me. I was wondering if there were any other fixes other than that because I don't want to be running my games windowed.
My specs are: AMD Phenom x4 965 3.4ghz Galaxy GTX 560Ti Geforce GTX 560Ti ASUS M5A99x evo mobo Thermaltake Smart M750W PSU Brand new 128gb SSD (games) 350gb HDD (OS)
Here is a shot of my voltage and temperature readings. My GPUs reach a maximum of 78-79° C
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you have tried with only one graphics card?
That should be the next thing if you havent done it already . Use a cleaber to remove all traces of the driver when you do that
Yes I have tried only using one card to no avail. Also I don't know if this helps with diagnosis but I also get a huge amount texture pop in in all games. Turning down graphics settings in game or in control panel does nothing either.