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Why is my GTX 1060 Rubbish? Stutters - all Games

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by ASPWLF, Oct 25, 2018.

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  1. ASPWLF

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    it cant run any games without stutterso...

    i play assassins creed origins , forza horizon 3, nfs payback and most of all GTA V REDUX MODall stutter dont even reach 50fps ............. yet then why are youtubers posting 60fps ultra on games the SAME ONES BTW! ???

    literally all these games people benchmark easy 1080p 60fps mainly ultra settings or high absolute minimal is medium but thats rare soooobasically what i have to do is cap the fps to 30 and thats it .... and even then i get stutters so idk wtf its doingidk how to test but only thing i can see is in task manager is ram is at 70% and cpu is mainly at 100% XD but yeah...

    .i had a gtc 1050 2gb before and well i got to say.. its not a great improvement it really isntsure my 1050 couldnt actaully run like example gta v over 40 while this can ... BUT I STILL CANT beacuse i now have to cap it to 30fps beacuse i get HUGE HUGE HUGE fps drops and stutters in all games...

    idk what to doi am consider putting the 1050 back in tbh beacuse at least i dont have to cap at 30 to not get alot of stutters
     
  2. Oddba11

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    Gaming performance is equal parts cpu (with motherboard/RAM) and the video card.

    Based strictly on what you have shared, I'd say you are hardware (ie: cpu) capped.

    Basis troubleshooting will help. For example, if you lower the resolution and/or quality settings and the game run faster, then you are seeing a hardware limitation.
     
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