Question stuttering when fps goes below and above 60!(game is only playable at 60 fps)

Jun 28, 2019
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Hey guys so i'm having my pc for last 2 years and i've noticed something since the build of my pc.games start to stutter when fps goes below or above 60.for example if fps goes to 50 i see very bad stuttering and it's unplayable(and i guess 30-60fps must be very smooth) and at the other hand if fps goes to 75 i see both tearing and stuttering(my montor is 60hz).however i found v-sync helpful and i could play almost every game at high or ultra graphic with stable 60fps and 1080p.

But it was for two years ago, now i can't run new games like i did before.and even on medium or low setting i can't get stable 60fps.

For example in Assassin's creed odyssey with an optimal graphic setting i can get 40-50 fps which is not that bad for a single player game and i see a lot of people who they are okay with fps above 30 in this game.but as i said 40-50 must be smooth but it feels like i'm getting 15 fps!
i would be glad to see a solution so every answer is appreciated.
my pc:

Asus prime b250-pro
intel core i5 7400
gigabyte rx 580 4gb gaming
8 gigabyte ddr4 and 2400mhz dram
1080p 60hz display
psu:GP580A-ES
 

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You have single or dualchannel ram?

How is ram usage in such games anyway?

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You have single or dualchannel ram?

How is ram usage in such games anyway?


with this you could see. Can make a screenshot from it,
Also according to MSI after burner my Dram usage in games are between 5-6gb which 2gb of it is already in use of windows so we can say my games use something between 3-4gb Dram and Vram usage is good btw
 

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