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Originally posted by wino wino wrote:

1. Make sure that the CPU-Z shows agesa 1004.
2. If you use WiFi, try to use LAN and additionally turn off WiFi in BIOS.
3. Disconnect the second hard disk.

CPU-Z does show agesa 1004.
I don't use Wifi, and I dont actually see this option in the BIOS.
I have disconnected the second hard disk when diagnosing. I have also tried the opposite way with the SSD disconnected. 

Sadly, it persists.
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I have one more idea - change the power plan in windows to performance :) 

This guy has also good tip: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RietZFmaEJU. It's for Ryzen 2 and his GPU, but i think that fixed frequency can help to strange downclocking in our Ryzen 1 CPU (I have also strange stuttering sometimes).

Good luck :)


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do you have a video on the stutter and what game 
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Originally posted by wino wino wrote:

I have one more idea - change the power plan in windows to performance :) 

This guy has also good tip: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RietZFmaEJU. It's for Ryzen 2 and his GPU, but i think that fixed frequency can help to strange downclocking in our Ryzen 1 CPU (I have also strange stuttering sometimes).

Good luck :)

Hi, I had already seen this video, but thank you for linking it.

I have already tried a fixed multiplier, and 100% min and max in the power plan. I've also tried stock, with the 100% min max, and 90% min and 100% max. This doesn't solve the issue, I'm afraid.

If you don't mind me asking, when did you purchase your CPU? It's potentially faulty.
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Originally posted by gizmic gizmic wrote:

do you have a video on the stutter and what game 

I don't, but I can create some videos hopefully this evening. 

It is similar to this -- https://youtu.be/_lJcv0V4qlY?t=104 -- but significantly worse stutter. Clearing Standby Memory helps, but doesn't fully solve it. Also, it happens on Linux, too, using OpenGL. So, I have come to the conclusion after changing nearly every component that it is hardware.

I play CS:GO, League of Legends, Overwatch. But it's happened on Fortnite, WoW, Realm Royale, and more.


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Originally posted by mpw90 mpw90 wrote:

If you don't mind me asking, when did you purchase your CPU? It's potentially faulty.
a year ago - 16.08.2017.
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Originally posted by wino wino wrote:

Originally posted by mpw90 mpw90 wrote:

If you don't mind me asking, when did you purchase your CPU? It's potentially faulty.
a year ago - 16.08.2017.

if you're bothered, I would check the UA number. I have seen a lot of chips reported as faulty or buggy due to manufacturing defects. A lot from Malaysia. 

Mine is from Malaysia, and that is why I suspect that it is faulty, as I have checked every other component, and reinstalled so many times, replaced everything, different operating systems, etc.

I think I have actually replaced every single item, except the CPU.
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I have replaced my CPU with AMD. I will be testing this further this evening to determine whether or not the stutter still occurs.
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It still happens.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PY5QyRKK0IM - This is a clip I recorded in game of it happening, but for a very short amount of time. I noticed that, actually, the FPS *do* drop. They drop down to 89 from around 250-300fps. This is when the issues happens.
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Are you playing in Fullscreen or Borderless Window?  Are you also attempting to run 144 Hz on BOTH monitors?
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