Question High-end pc stuttering (frametime spikes)

Apr 10, 2021
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(Sorry for my bad english, Im not a native speaker)
I got frametime spikes in every game. In the pictures that I sent I played with Assasins Creed Valhalla (and one picture with rocket league).
I usually get frametime spikes when a new animation, effect or objects appear (in rocket league if someone scores a goal or somebody left the match, or in Overwatch when I respawn) and in open world games when I exploring the world. I also got frametime spikes when switching tabs in game menus. I get the most frametime spikes in these games: Immortals Fenyx Rising, Assasins Creed Origins, Horizon Zero Dawn.

A tried a lots of things:
-Updating bios
-Updating windows
-I tried a lots of nvida drivers (some drivers cause EXTREME stuttering in rocket league or ow, but in valhalla they are stutter like with the other drivers)
-Updating chipset
-I tried playing games on ssd, but it still stutter
-Windows Memory Diagnostic, no errors found
+ I tried hundreds of tips that I saw in forums and youtube videos

LatencyMon said that there is no latency issue. (Update: LATENCY MOON SOMETIMES SAID I HAVE TRUBLE HANDLING REAL-TIME AUDIO AND OTHER TASKS)
In benchmarks (that not ingame benchmarks) no stuttering at all.
The temps are good, but you can see it in the pictures below.

https://kepkuldes.com/image/QNPfWR (valhalla)
https://kepkuldes.com/image/QNP1BZ (valhalla)
https://kepkuldes.com/image/QNP9km (valhalla)
https://kepkuldes.com/image/QNPugt (rocket league)
https://kepkuldes.com/image/QNPkR0 (valhalla ingame benchmark)

Should I try another video card? I have a 2. pc in home with a gtx 950.

Specs:
https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/41878063
Monitors:
(I have 3 monitors total)
24G2U 144Hz
2x LG monitor 60Hz
Motherboard: X370-F Gaming
Processor: Ryzen 5 2600x
Graphics card:Gigabyte RTX 2070 Gaming OC
PSU: Seasonic Focus+ 650W Gold
Ram: 16GB HyperX Predator 3200mhz (16-18-18-36 timing) but I tried with different timings and different clock speed but stutters are the same.
 
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