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Hign fps, ridiculously unsmooth

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by Jordaan12, Apr 13, 2019 at 2:29 PM.

  1. james.miller

    Capodecina

    Joined: Aug 17, 2003

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    Location: Woburn Sand Dunes

    Check your DPC latency with LatencyMon. Sounds like it could be a driver issue...
     
  2. Jordaan12

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    Tried running that command but an error appears [​IMG]

    After a web search it seems this is caused by a corrupted registry or malware?
     
  3. Jordaan12

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    Ran the latency test once and got an error but was running stuff in the background not sure if that has an effect - [​IMG]
    Ran again with barely anything open and no error after 5 minutes [​IMG]
     
  4. David Flett

    Hitman

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    Location: Inverurie, Aberdeenshire

    None of your images are showing, try using imgur and copy the direct link
     
  5. Jordaan12

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  6. MassiveJim

    Wise Guy

    Joined: Feb 22, 2014

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    I would try running (on a separate drive) a clean install of Windows and see if the problem persists.
    If the problem goes away you can rule out hardware issues.
     
  7. Jordaan12

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    Don't have a clean spare drive kicking about unfortunately, just an old laptop, and a ssd in another PC with an OS already
     
  8. MassiveJim

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    Joined: Feb 22, 2014

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    Can you image the SSD from the other PC and then use the drive ?
    Then once testing has been done put the image back on it.

    Software to use is Macrium reflect and is free for home users :)


    You can't really continue troubleshooting until hardware has been completely ruled out.
     
  9. billysielu

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    Joined: Aug 9, 2009

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    Location: Oxfordshire

    Try a driver from about a month after the 1070ti came out.
     
  10. Jordaan12

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    I'm not able to use the SSD from the other PC until my day off thursday as its getting used daily until then, so I'll report back then after I've done it if thats ok? And i'll also give the driver a shot
     
  11. Teh_Next

    Gangster

    Joined: Nov 3, 2018

    Posts: 411

    Location: The other side of The Gap

    I'd not even bother with all the faff, imaging etc.
    You have a fast modern day rig, just wipe it and format, reinstall, it's not a task these days like it used to be.

    Then you'll know.