High End PC LAgging, stuttering and huge fps drops in all games

Feb 17, 2018
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Hello, THis is my first post :)
Actually I am facing problems with my pc in gaming.
I usually play Fortnite, AC Origins,Fifa 18 etc games. My problem is I am getting screen tearing, lags, stuttering and fps drop in all of the games when I play them.I tried to play on medium settings by still those problems aren't solved. Again, I tried to cap my fps at 76(My monitor is 75hz) It didn't solved the issue. I did clean install of windows + my gpu drivers but that did not helped too. Here is a list of components of my pc.

Ryzen 7 1700 Stock
Asus Strix X370-F
Geil RGB 8GB 3200mhz single channel
Western Digital 1TB 7200rpm
Antec P8
MSI GTX 1080 Armour OC (I haven't overclocked)
Antec 620w 80+ Bronze
LG 22mp68vq-p Monitor

I am getting 50-55c on idle and 80-85c on max load using the graphics card.


P.S- I bought this pc a week ago full new, Except for the GPU. I bought the gpu from a person who used it for 1 year. It still have 1 year warranty left. I also tried switching pci e lanes, but It did not helped.

THank you for your help and really sorry for my terrible English.
 

kanewolf

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Mix-and-match for RAM is a gamble. Especially with Ryzen. My recommendation stands. Buy a matched set of two DIMMs from the QVL list for the motherboard you have. Sell the DIMM you have. That is the most stable configuration you can get.
I don't recommend buying another "of the same thing" because you don't know if the manufacturer has changed anything under the heat spreader. Might be the same, might not. No guarantee.
 

kanewolf

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Feb 17, 2018
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Are you sure that this is single channel's fault? I am getting like 58-73 fps on fortnite at 1080p. If u think that this is my single channel ram's issue, What should I do to solve it? Thank you, Really appreciate you.
 

kanewolf

Titan
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Mix-and-match for RAM is a gamble. Especially with Ryzen. My recommendation stands. Buy a matched set of two DIMMs from the QVL list for the motherboard you have. Sell the DIMM you have. That is the most stable configuration you can get.
I don't recommend buying another "of the same thing" because you don't know if the manufacturer has changed anything under the heat spreader. Might be the same, might not. No guarantee.
 

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