Did you try what I posted here?Do you have an optcal drive installed? There was an issue in Windows, with DPC latencey and having a disc inside a optical drive. You certainly have a software issue, try disabling the audio device in device manager, see if the spikes go away, then we'll know if it's a audio driver or device.
Disable all the realtek audio devices, then check for the problems in games. I would also then try a different mouse and keyboard if you have them, if input lag is occuring, There is a problem with a device or it's driver, or background software that is causing it. What other software services do you have running, that are not part of the default Windows install?Yes i disabled mic in device manager but it was making weird sounds like a mic connected
OK, let's work on the GPU. Do you have Geforce Experience installed? I would uninstall it if so, it can interfere with game settings and such. If that does not work, lets try a clean driver install, use DDU to get rid of the old drivers, then install the latest from WHQL nVidia.
I DID ALL THAT YET AND IT DIDNT WORK
When you reinstalled Windows, did you install any other apps besides the game? I would run this app on a clean install, it should find what is causing the issue, and direct you toward the hardware if that's the problem.bro i really think the problem is not the driver, i reinstalled windows and drivers yet and it didnt change.
When cpu is going too loaded is when i have performance problems ,the frecuency doesnt change but cpu load gets crazy every 5 seconds
I tryed some antivirus and it never detected any virus including the boot part of the storage.
What i can do? imfking tired of having good specs but a trash performance
Hi, yes i have maximun performance power plan, i disabled all windows default apps and services that are unnecesary yet, stuttering happends all time, i mean UFO test, GTA V, Fortnite, CSGO or just Minecraft or GTA SA, it ever happends the same way no matter if is online or offline, in 3dmark it said my GPU is good but my CPU is low.When you reinstalled Windows, did you install any other apps besides the game? I would run this app on a clean install, it should find what is causing the issue, and direct you toward the hardware if that's the problem.
I don't quite understand completely though. You are saying the CPU usage is spiking during these stutters in game, but the CPU speed does not change? Is your power plan in Windows set to max performance? It looks like a software issue, or just a setting that's causing it. I disable just about everything in Windows after a clean install, game mode, x-box live or whatever, block all the telemtry and other garbage Microshaft enabled by default. So I cannot attest to how things run with that junk.
I tell you what I do in these situations is pull every thing out of the case, tear it all down and check for physical damage, put just the bare minimum together on the bench, and test it there. The way it's spiking and staying there is just not common at all.
Does it do it with offline games or a benchmark like 3dMark?
Hi, yes im using last BIOS, i cannot use wifi, but i use chrome, the game load is very high i searched any processes to know if they are consuming cpu but i didnt find, the first windows built i got was a windows that the man who sell me and arm the pc installed, later i reinstalled windows with an USB driveAre you using a wi-fi connection? Do you have Chrome installed?
You need to let Latencymon run and log while playing games or streaming video. Have you checked what process is using all the CPU during these times, is it the game .exe, or something else?
What build of Windows are you using? Where did you get it?
There are some changes to the latest builds and latest GPU drivers.