I never had this issue before, the only problem I had were bluescreen that occured very rare, All my problems started to occur in the time after I updated my BIOS. I also tried your suggested Nvidia settings but sadly they did not fix the issue.Did you always have this problem or did it start after the newest Nvidia driver installed? Try setting your latency to low, and try setting your monitor refresh rate to highest available, and set vsync to off.
Hey,https://www.asus.com/us/Motherboards/ROG-STRIX-Z390-F-GAMING/HelpDesk_Download/ this is motherboard support site. Update your chipset, and audio drivers to most recent.
Yea I already tried resetting both monitors to default settings but sadly this did not help as well. I can't use freesync since since this only works with AMD graphics cards as far as I am aware, so it is automatically turned off. Now that you mention the 16:10 ratio of my second monitor I remember something. Some time ago my desktop on my second monitor was always bigger than my screen was, so I couldn't fully see the time at the bottom or the taskbar. After every Nvidia graphics driver update I had to go to 'Adjust Desktop Size and Position' and customly resize it since every other resolution was always to big to fit the screen. I somehow managed to get rid of that so that even 1920x1080 fits my screen and looks perfectly normal without resizing but of course I forgot what I did so I can't undo it. Now If I think about this, the time I did this could be roughly the same time that my stutter issues started appearing. Since my second monitor is so old it can only be connected by DVI or VGA and since my grapahics card does not have these ports I use a DVI to HDMI adapter. HDMI goes into the graphics card and DVI into the monitor. I have also tried using a DVI to Displayport adapter but this did not help either. From the Mainboard support site i can't install the VGA driver since it says my system does not meet the requirement. If I am correct I also think that I don't need this driver since it's only used for integrated graphics which I don't use. And the driver for my second monitor I have already installed.I am racking my old brain, I can't believe we havn't nailed down the problem. Somewhere I think there is a bad driver, or driver conflict. Have you tried resetting your monitors to factory settings? I see that the 144hz monitor has freesync. Have you tried, turning that on off and using it with the Nvidia control panel? I see the second monitor has an aspect ratio of 16/10 don't know if you want to check that in the control panel for correct aspect ratio size. It also has an install driver for it, but I don't know if that will install under win 10. Something to look in to. And how do you have that hooked up to the gpu? Have you installed the lastest vga driver also from the support site?
Hey,If the older monitor is a 16:10 you should use the appropriate monitor resolution for that monitor which should be 1920x1200 and not 1920x1080. Because of this, you may be forcing a nonnative resolution on the older monitor via the Nvidia control software. This can cause the issues you are experiencing.
I see, well it was worth a shot.Hey,
My Nvidia control panel says that 1920x1080 is the native resolution for my screen. I created a custom resolution with 1920x1200 and switched to that but on both sides left and right there were black bars. Under 'adjust desktop size and position' I then changed the scaling to 'Full-screen' so I had no black bars anymore but the whole resolution just does not look as sharp as 1920x1080. In my monitor settings under 'information' it also says the 'Optimal Mode' is 1920x1080 60hz. I researched a bit about this screen and it seems that there are multiple variants of the 'Samsung S24C450' such as the 'Samsung S24C450BW' that is the 16:10 version and the 'Samsung S24C450BL' which is the 16:9 version and that I think I have since on the smallprint on the back of the screen it says 'Samsung S24C450BL' .
I have downloaded LatencyMon und used it while browsing and just playing Minecraft, which my PC should be handling pretty well. LatencyMon sadly says otherwise though:You can try to use a monitoring app to see if there are conflicting drivers. You can try this site for a latency monitor,called LatencyMon, use it in background when using your computer for a while. Gaming, surfing etc. Then it will tell you if there are bad drivers etc. https://www.resplendence.com/main The site also has many other apps that may appeal to you.
Hey,So you have an acpi problem, and a problem with directx which both affect video output. A whole new path to go down. It also says you have cpu throttling enabled in your bios. I did suspect power savings management should be disabled in the bios. So google both and follow their recommendations. Such as updating or checking the acpi drivers. Type dxdiag in windows run box. It will give you a report on your dx system and tell you any errors it may find. Have you run a sfc scan on your system? Type sfc /scannow there is a space between sfc and /. See if it comes up with anything.
Hey,Can you go in to bios and post up your cpu power management control settings for me?
Hi, ive got the same motherboard the Asus Z390 gaming-FHey,
these are the settings in the BIOS concerning CPU power management.
By the way I also did a BIOS update to version 1302 which came out 2 days ago. Seems that it worked out without problems but nevertheless my issue was not fixed and LatencyMon still shows the same problems.
Hey,Hi, ive got the same motherboard the Asus Z390 gaming-F
i'm having the same problem
Did you found a fix?
sadly I have not.
I have turned off smooth scrolling in firefox so I won't notice the problem anymore. I also try to avoid having any movements on my second screen to minimize stutter on the main screen. I have tried so much wasting so much time and nothing worked out so i kinda got used to it, which obviously sucks but thats just how it is now.
If you find any solution please let me now as well!
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