Question Bad stuttering in every game, could Ryzen be the issue ?

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Can you think of anything else? I cant. I am at a complete loss.
Not my cables, monitor, peripherals, temps. The only reason I think CPU is because this is a complete new build compared to my old one which was doing it except RAM and Ryzen

If it were cables or my monitor it wouldnt show up in recordings would it?
 
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Can you think of anything else? I cant. I am at a complete loss.
Not my cables, monitor, peripherals, temps. The only reason I think CPU is because this is a complete new build compared to my old one which was doing it except RAM and Ryzen

If it were cables or my monitor it wouldnt show up in recordings would it?
Did you check to make sure that there wasnt a spare motherboard standoff screw when you did the build? That could be causing a short on the motherboard. Since you used the same RAM as the last system it would be a good idea to test it.
 
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Did you check to make sure that there wasnt a spare motherboard standoff screw when you did the build? That could be causing a short on the motherboard. Since you used the same RAM as the last system it would be a good idea to test it.
Ill have a look, I imagine thatll take quite a while to check thanks

edit; something interesting of note. Its constant in cold war. If I turn off 4k textures it stops doing it, like its completely smooth as butter
 
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Check the settings for anything obvious. It may just be the architecture of the card itself. Test at -10% if you cannot get it lower through settings options.
Turning off all services rules out all software doesnt it?
Other than peripherals, monitor, and software it must be something hardware, but it was doing it on my old build too. This build is entirely new except the RAM, its ryzen.

I did some research. It couldnt be that my house is giving my pc dirty power surely?
 

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Turning off all services rules out all software doesnt it?
Other than peripherals, monitor, and software it must be something hardware, but it was doing it on my old build too. This build is entirely new except the RAM, its ryzen.

I did some research. It couldnt be that my house is giving my pc dirty power surely?
I was referring to the MSI afterburner settings to unlock the power limiter slider.
 

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Yes to both of those :(

I have tried another monitor, and taking all peripherals out and just used an xbox controller and same
Okay, lets DL latency mon and see what it has to say about the stuttering. Run this application in the background as play games. It will show what if anything is causing high latency spikes. The program is pretty self explanatory and obvious how to read what is causing a stutter. Post back a picture of the application after running alongside a game.
 
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Okay, lets DL latency mon and see what it has to say about the stuttering. Run this application in the background as play games. It will show what if anything is causing high latency spikes. The program is pretty self explanatory and obvious how to read what is causing a stutter. Post back a picture of the application after running alongside a game.
https://ibb.co/3MHmLG3
https://ibb.co/HGpXNMy

Wasnt sure which page you wanted a pic of. Anything stand out? That was a full match with it happening constantly
Do those hardfaults mean I should add more RAM ? I looked up the pagefaults on google. It said it was due to the pagefile size. I increased it from auto to 46gb ( google said to make it 1.5x your physical ram size )
 
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