Question Frametime problems

waynebouvett

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So i had a new gaming PC and i had i5-8400 and a RTX 2080 then i changed everything because i had unstable framtimes now i have i7-9700k and a rtx 2080 and it's still having unstable frametimes it spikes to around 678000ms this happens to all games that i have.
 

Rogue Leader

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It very well could be false readings, especially if you're playing something that you get very high average fps in. It also could be if you're using v-sync, or freesync, etc. If you're not seeing the frametime issues visually in game (HUGE spikes like that would cause a visible stutter) then the issue is not there.
 
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I got spikes over 2 milion biggest was 2mln 400k.
My frametime looks same. It look sams but not always. No pattern totally random and I'm freezing sometimes as well
 

waynebouvett

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It very well could be false readings, especially if you're playing something that you get very high average fps in. It also could be if you're using v-sync, or freesync, etc. If you're not seeing the frametime issues visually in game (HUGE spikes like that would cause a visible stutter) then the issue is not there.
i don't think it's false readings because i feel the spikes and the lag like when it's 60 fps it feels like 30 for some reason and when i look around in a game it is chucky it isn't smooth at all
 

Rogue Leader

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This happens to all games

motherboard = Rog strix z390-f(new)
Cpu = i7-9700k(new)
gpu = rtx 2080(new)
16gb ram(new)
850w power supply
More detail on every part of your system (make model speed etc) . 850w PSU tells me nothing. Nor does 16gb of ram

i don't think it's false readings because i feel the spikes and the lag like when it's 60 fps it feels like 30 for some reason and when i look around in a game it is chucky it isn't smooth at all
Are you using vsync, or gsync? Can you video this behavior?
 

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