Question Unstable fps while gaming

Jul 23, 2019
Hello, since a while I have trouble with unstable fps while gaming.
I already tried to change it back into the factory settings.
Also after the updates from NVIDIA the FPS problems stay.

I don't have a lot of knowledge about computers and after looking a few other forms about this problem I couldn't find something that was similar to my problem.
I hope someone can help me.

I'm not sure if its a system problem or the hardware.

Computers specs:
Windows 10 Home 64-bit
Intel Core i7 7700
Corsair 16 GB DDR4-2400
16,0GB Dual-Channel
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti (MSI)
Samsung SSD 850 EVO 250GB
1TB Hard disk

Thank you in advance,
Are you perhaps attempting to use a 144 Hz refresh monitor? (often when framerates dip below the 144 fps mark the monitor can break sync causing a stutter)

At what res/detail/quality and what games are you playing?

Game installed on SSD or hard drive?

Are your CPU temps under control? (Run CPU-Z/bench/stress CPU while monitoring HWMonitor; note clock speeds on all cores, and, CPU temps, core voltage applied...)

WIndows all patched/updated? (Trying to game in the midst of when WIndows updates are being downloaded/applied can be a stuttery mess)
Jul 23, 2019
Hello mdd1963, thanks for replying,

I'm using a screen with 56~75Hz as the main monitor and as secondary 60Hz monitor.

Atm I only have downloaded CSGO (on the HDD)
And League of legends (On the SSD)
Before the factory reset, I played COD WW2 and PUBG.

I used speccy to look at my CPU temperature, its mostly between 45 and 56, sometimes it spikes to 65 ° C.
My core speeds mostly stay between 3999 and 4100 but sometimes they spike lower.
Bus Speed is 100.0 MHZ and the Fan speed around 800.

I don't have any windows updates that I know of that are running in the background.