Thread started by martinbaker2727 on Thursday, 11:01pm November 15th. Views: 254
11:01pm Nov 15th 18
Hello Everyone, I have a problem regarding game performance. I did try to google to find any answer or a hint or whatever to just shed some light on below described issue and worries. I have failed so my last resort is to bother community and open new topic. I really hope that someone can help me and who knows maybe there are other people that experience the same problem/s. My PC build is pretty strong right now, it has some weak points but I will describe everything later in my post. CPU: i7-8700K GPU: MSI GTX 1080 Gaming X RAM: Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR 4 2x4GB 3000/CL15 (CMK8GX4M2B3000C15) MOBO: MSI Z370M Mortar SSD: GoodRam IRDM Pro 240GB (SSDPR-IRIDPRO-240) HDD: Western Digital Caviar Blue, 3.5\'\', 1TB, SATA/600, 7200RPM, 64MB cache (WD10EZEX) Sound: Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium HD Cooler: SilentiumPC Fortis 3 HE1425 v2 (SPC130) Display: Asus PG248Q PSU: be quiet! Pure Power BQT 530W (BN181) Case: BitFenix Phenom Fans: 2 x be quiet! SilentWings 3 PWM High-Speed 120mm (BL070) and 1 x be quiet! SilentWings 3 PWM Hi-Speed 140mm (BL071) Sys: Windows 8.1 Keyboard: Corsair K70 silent (i know it is unrelevant but who knows...) Mouse: Logitech G502 I play PUBG on: Fullscreen, screen scale: 120, AA ultra, Textures high, post-processing medium (now very low due to separating sharpen from PP). Rest of the options are on very low. I would like to add here that drivers are up-to-date. I have even wipped out my system drive to start fresh. Also, all my main games are on SSD, like PUBG or Rocket League. I am experiancing some kind of mirco stutter/freeze during playing PUBG. it is not always or all the time but it is there and it is really grinding my gears.
I would like to mention here that these Frametime spikes are not low. These are shooting right through the roof, like 120ms or more and I can see them and feel them. It is like micro warp. Above screens have been taken from my recordings. They are in 60 fps and are less visible during watching but still visible when you watch it frame by frame. During game play it literally annoys me. The same happens during Rocket League but less... and are harder to spot as I can have full match without any and sometimes a couple of them during one. Today I have listened to music and heard micro sound freezy just once. One question about i7-8700k is it normal that PUBG usge of CPU is on 60%? I have checked on youtube so test clips and I noticed that most of them have around 30% usage of this CPU? I pretty understand that for most of you I am freaking crazy to jump out with problems like this, but you have to look from my point of view. I have invested into my RIG a lot of money and for me this is something that should not happen at all. Also when I had i5 6600k with GTX 970 I did not recall problems like this. I am not sure about PUBG, but that time I was heavy into RL, and judging by my personality, problems like above would not be unnoticed. I tried to find a solution on my own. I even bought G.Skill Trident Z DDR4, 2x8GB, 3600MHz, CL15 (F4-3600C15D-16GTZ) to see if it could be a low RAM capacity, but no, still the same issue. I would be very grateful for any help or any graphs from someone with similar specs. Thank you