Question Micro stuttering in every game.

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Hello,
Tried many things to fix this is issue, but i keep getting lots of stuttering in all games, even in gta sa.
My pc specs:

MB: ASUS PRIME A320m-r
CPU: RYZEN 5 2600
GPU: Gigabyte GTX 1650 4gb
RAM: 16.0GB Dual-Channel Unknown @ 1064MHz (should be 3000mhz)
PSU: XILENCE 500W
 

WildCard999

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DDR (Double Data Rate), 1064x2=2128. So yes your memory isn't running at the correct speed which will affect your gaming performance. Go into the motherboard BIOS and enable DOCP (Asus version of XMP) which should set your memory at the correct speed, voltage & timings. If it fails then update the BIOS and try again.
 
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DDR (Double Data Rate), 1064x2=2128. So yes your memory isn't running at the correct speed which will affect your gaming performance. Go into the motherboard BIOS and enable DOCP (Asus version of XMP) which should set your memory at the correct speed, voltage & timings. If it fails then update the BIOS and try again.
Turn on XMP in bios.
It did change my ram speed to 1463MHz but stutters did not dissapear.. :/
 

Phaaze88

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1)Cpu and gpu temps are ok?

2)Was this a build from scratch?
If this was instead an upgrade(cpu and motherboard), did you reinstall Windows?

3)Scan the PC with Adwcleaner: https://www.malwarebytes.com/adwcleaner/
It's pretty good at finding malware that gets past Windows Defender. Delete and quarantine everything it finds, if any.

4)Run the system file checker: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4026529/windows-10-using-system-file-checker
[Not necessary if you've already reinstalled Windows]

5)Are the storage drives in good condition? You can check that with Crystal Disk Info, if your current drives don't have their own software: https://crystalmark.info/redirect.php?product=CrystalDiskInfoInstaller
 
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1)Cpu and gpu temps are ok?

2)Was this a build from scratch?
If this was instead an upgrade(cpu and motherboard), did you reinstall Windows?

3)Scan the PC with Adwcleaner: https://www.malwarebytes.com/adwcleaner/
It's pretty good at finding malware that gets past Windows Defender. Delete and quarantine everything it finds, if any.

4)Run the system file checker: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4026529/windows-10-using-system-file-checker
[Not necessary if you've already reinstalled Windows]

5)Are the storage drives in good condition? You can check that with Crystal Disk Info, if your current drives don't have their own software: https://crystalmark.info/redirect.php?product=CrystalDiskInfoInstaller
Bought a pre-built pc, mb was changed from gigabyte a320 to asus also added 8 gb ram more. Windows reinstalled hour ago. Max temp of ryzen is 63 celcius on full load and gpu 64 celcius on full load.
 

Phaaze88

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1)Since you reinstalled Windows, did you install the motherboard drivers? Reinstalling the OS does wipe the drivers on the C drive.

2)Those temps are fine.

3)Adding memory can bring it's own set of issues. I suggest running Memtest86: https://www.memtest86.com/
The program can take a few hours to finish, so I suggest taking a nap over it. The results should be error-free, no hangs or crashes.

4)Are you running a multi-monitor setup? That can cause stuttering if the native refresh rates aren't the same. Well, I've only really noted it with AMD gpus - I'm not sure if Nvidia gpus have the same problem.
 
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1)Driver booster may cause more harm than good, as it may install old or incompatible drivers. Uninstall DB.
It's best to do it manually.

2)That's already looking like the memory wasn't compatible... but yes, run Memtest as well.
Memtest86 with docp in bios enabled im getting like 5 errors.

Disabled docp, changed the ram speed to 2933 manually and did not change the voltage and getting 0 errors.

DOCP changes voltage to 1.35, default is 1.2
 
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I did.
In csgo from 250-300 goes to 100-120 for one second or less.
Gta v from 61 to 59 fps when stutter occurs.
 
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So i've changed my ram stick, enabled DOCP, and set mem speed to 2866 because 2933 wont boot. memtest was great, 0 errors with 2866 mhz, but again the games are stuttering, like every 10-15 sec, its playable but annoying, any more suggestions please?
 
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go into device manager -> system devices -> rightclick on "High precision event timer" and click disable.

open CMD as admin. type in these following commands.

bcdedit /set useplatformclock No --> (forces HPET off, known for causing input lag and DPC latency + stutters)
bcdedit /set useplatformtick Yes --> (this is the command that allows you to get an even timer of 0.5 with a tool named ISLC, giving you a smooth imagine and removing input lag and stuttering)
bcdedit /set disabledynamictick Yes --> (disables a power saving feauture from the OS making your mouse snappier and more responsive,also helps you stuttering)

Download ISLC from here (https://www.wagnardsoft.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=3241&sid=b3ca7664cf7d2192d5b5ff135b7f519f#p3241 ) and set the custom resolution to 0.05, it should be 0.5ms (the lowest you can get)

RESTART PC. test your games after. if you still have problems reply here
 
Hey there,

Hmmmm. I'm not sure what to say here. Firstly, there is no need to bump posts, or make duplicates about the same issue. I've looked at your other thread, and the advise given is sound on all accounts. Some of which you have chosen not to hear. Example being, that you have mismatched two sets of dimms. This is most likely the issue, specially given memtest86+ has thrown up errors and OCCT too. Regardless of whether or not DOCP was set, because there was errors with those apps (one inside the windows environment, and one outside) really shows that it's highly likely it's a ram issue.

To get to the point, and a solution, I'd suggest purchasing a 2 x 8 matched kit of ram, and selling what you have to offset the cost of the replacement.

Check your mobo QVL for compatible 2x8gb matched kits that will work.

One thing, that I've either missed, or has not been suggested yet, is updating your Bios to the latest version. Early A320/B350 AMD mobo's are/were very finicky with ram. Having your Bios up to date, and a cleared CMOS, may actually resolve your issue. The newest Bios will bring better memory compatibility.

If the bios update doesn't fix it, then get some matched DIMMS from the QVL for your mobo.

Good luck. Let us know how you get on.
 
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