Question Games micro-stuttering for seemingly no reason ?

ShwaBdudle

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Msi After Burner During A Sea Of Thieves Gaming session
Whenever I play games most of them micro-stutter without loss of fps. so if fps is around 144 the game micro stutters to 140 fps. monitoring the game through MSI afterburner and the stats look fairly normal, besides the frame time stat. now I don't know if it's supposed to be like that, maybe it is supposed to be like this. the in-game overlay frame time graph looks a lot better than it does in the MSI afterburner window. Are these micro stutters meant to occur? I have all of my games installed on a Samsung 980 500 GB nvme SSD. these stutters seemed to be out of my control, so is this normal?

I also monitor Stats through HWINFO64. (GPU Tempretur is around 65 degrees while gaming, GPU Hotspot Temperature is around 100 degrees)

Specs:
RTX 2060
i7-10700k
32 GB RAM
Samsung NVMe SSD
Windows 11
144Hz 1080p monitor.

I built the PC in summer 2020
 

ShwaBdudle

Commendable
Aug 10, 2019
115
2
1,595
1
Msi After Burner During A Sea Of Thieves Gaming session
Whenever I play games most of them micro-stutter without loss of fps. so if fps is around 144 the game micro stutters to 140 fps. monitoring the game through MSI afterburner and the stats look fairly normal, besides the frame time stat. now I don't know if it's supposed to be like that, maybe it is supposed to be like this. the in-game overlay frame time graph looks a lot better than it does in the MSI afterburner window. Are these micro stutters meant to occur? I have all of my games installed on a Samsung 980 500 GB nvme SSD. these stutters seemed to be out of my control, so is this normal?

I also monitor Stats through HWINFO64. (GPU Tempretur is around 65 degrees while gaming, GPU Hotspot Temperature is around 100 degrees)

Specs:
RTX 2060
i7-10700k
32 GB RAM
Samsung NVMe SSD
Windows 11
144Hz 1080p monitor.

I built the PC in summer 2020
 

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