Solved Major stuttering and juddering in games[probably a GPU issue

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crjdriver

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Your temps and voltages are ok. Under load your 12V rail is holding so that is fine and cpu temp is maxing @65C which is within limits. The first thing I would do would be to test your system hard drive with the drive mfg's diagnostic. Be sure it passes ALL tests; both short and long. If it passes both tests, then I would look at getting another 8gig of ram. In addition, try lowering the settings in the game and see if you get better fps. Do understand that the 1060 is a fine card for all round use however it is not all that great when you crank game settings to high.
 

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Your temps and voltages are ok. Under load your 12V rail is holding so that is fine and cpu temp is maxing @65C which is within limits. The first thing I would do would be to test your system hard drive with the drive mfg's diagnostic. Be sure it passes ALL tests; both short and long. If it passes both tests, then I would look at getting another 8gig of ram. In addition, try lowering the settings in the game and see if you get better fps. Do understand that the 1060 is a fine card for all round use however it is not all that great when you crank game settings to high.
That is good to hear, but we still have not stress tested the GPU yet , maybe that is where the problem lies....can you recommend a good software to do just that, then we can draw a conclusion based on those results ;)
 

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Cinebench. It can test both cpu and video card; you simply click which one you want to test.
 
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Western Digital Data Lifeguard Diagnostic (DLGDIAG) will test your WD but Toshiba doesn't have a tester for their drive (personally don't like Toshiba for that fact) you can use the sea tools for dos to check it.
 
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Do you have any audio codec packages installed? Sometimes competing audio codecs can cause stuttering as they fight for control.
 

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So I decided to check both of my harddisks with Western Digital Data Lifeguard Diagnostic,these are the results :-

1]Start-up screen :-
WD lifeguard diagnostics_LI.jpg
 
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