Question how to spot which Hardware is causing the STUTTER

gm-madi

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  • Ryzen 1600 3.8Ghz ( manual "1.3v" or auto "1.336v" ) stable in both cases with Prime95 over 1 hour, max temp 85.6°C, but in gaming never pass 60°c
  • MSI 1050 ti Gaming X
  • 8gb RAM Adata xpg Z1 3000Mhz ( tested manually 3000Mhz or 2933Mhz XMP2 )
  • MSI b350 Gaming plus
  • 256 NVMe M.2 Samsung
  • 550w 80+ Bronze Superflower
i have been noticing stutters for months, and am really sick of it:
View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZDrvVJ5_7B0
View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TU69wCGjznY

View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sz27bg7eSrA


Question is , what test i can do to Spot which hardware is causing the Stutter ?? GPU / RAM / CPU / Monitor / SSD / Cables

i have tried:
  • Stock settings GPU/CPU/RAM and overclocked
  • about 6 different GPU drivers
  • installed windows clean , versions LTSC 2019, 1607, 1709, 1803, and now am on 1809 fully updated
  • NVIDIA settings Stock / Prefer Max Performance / Vsync OFF, Fast, OFF, almost tried all mixed common settings.
  • disabled many known services,
  • disabled 'windows full screen optimiz'
  • i did not replace any hardware to test because no close available users
 
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RCFProd

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Not using V-sync or any sort of framelock is exactly what would cause that, though. Nothing seem out of the ordinary, it seems like the game might be a little insufficiently optimised, which makes sense since It's an Indie title if anything.
 

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