• Loads of stuttering.
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My pc has been stuttering really heavily recently in everything from video to my mouse selection and it is really affecting my modeling and is getting on my nerves. My cpu is not at all hot but its processes I think are a little high, my cpu went out last time but the symptoms were different.
Hi. Can you please download and install [url=http://www.piriform.com/speccy]Speccy[/url] in order to provide us with a full summary of your hardware components? Do you by 'processes are a little high' mean there's too many processes? If so, how many are we talking? How about your harddrive, is it filled to the brim with files? Could you please run [url=http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor.html]HWMonitor[/url] (which is a temperature utility) while you're just using your computer? It's not necessarily the CPU causing the problem (if it's heat-related). When stuttering occurs, the max temperature is recorded and you can provide it to us. If you have the time you can boot the computer into safe-mode and see if the stuttering still occurs. It could be a driver issue. Sorry if this is trivial information to you, but it's a good idea to run something like [url=http://www.piriform.com/ccleaner]CCleaner[/url] (which is a computer clean-up utility) somewhat regularly to keep junk files to a minimum.
[QUOTE=Within;34724708]Hi. Can you please download and install [url=http://www.piriform.com/speccy]Speccy[/url] in order to provide us with a full summary of your hardware components? Do you by 'processes are a little high' mean there's too many processes? If so, how many are we talking? How about your harddrive, is it filled to the brim with files? Could you please run [url=http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor.html]HWMonitor[/url] (which is a temperature utility) while you're just using your computer? It's not necessarily the CPU causing the problem (if it's heat-related). When stuttering occurs, the max temperature is recorded and you can provide it to us. If you have the time you can boot the computer into safe-mode and see if the stuttering still occurs. It could be a driver issue. Sorry if this is trivial information to you, but it's a good idea to run something like [url=http://www.piriform.com/ccleaner]CCleaner[/url] (which is a computer clean-up utility) somewhat regularly to keep junk files to a minimum.[/QUOTE] [url]http://speccy.piriform.com/results/M6x2l4U88C77ThuKlhQfmTS[/url]
[QUOTE=Within;34724708]Hi. Can you please download and install [url=http://www.piriform.com/speccy]Speccy[/url] in order to provide us with a full summary of your hardware components? Do you by 'processes are a little high' mean there's too many processes? If so, how many are we talking? How about your harddrive, is it filled to the brim with files? Could you please run [url=http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor.html]HWMonitor[/url] (which is a temperature utility) while you're just using your computer? It's not necessarily the CPU causing the problem (if it's heat-related). When stuttering occurs, the max temperature is recorded and you can provide it to us. If you have the time you can boot the computer into safe-mode and see if the stuttering still occurs. It could be a driver issue. Sorry if this is trivial information to you, but it's a good idea to run something like [url=http://www.piriform.com/ccleaner]CCleaner[/url] (which is a computer clean-up utility) somewhat regularly to keep junk files to a minimum.[/QUOTE] Report, my pc in general has been stuttering like crazy and in-game it is unbearable. My cpu is running at a pretty normal temp and I am getting a great frame rate but my pc is just stuttering so hard it is hard to play. I must note that my pc BSOD's if I leave it on to long and then takes around 40 minutes to be able to use again, I thought this was heat but my cpu is not getting hot. Here is a new speccy [url]http://speccy.piriform.com/results/JMn8NCDtWF7csZbHhLgN0um[/url]
Are you sure that no other part of your computer is getting hot. Have you checked with multiple applications, since Speccy is most certainly not guaranteed to be right. Have you tried defragmenting your PC and updating/reinstalling your drivers, particularly your GPU drivers.
[QUOTE=Juggernog;34754223]Are you sure that no other part of your computer is getting hot. Have you checked with multiple applications, since Speccy is most certainly not guaranteed to be right. Have you tried defragmenting your PC and updating/reinstalling your drivers, particularly your GPU drivers.[/QUOTE] I am pretty sure. I did install a new video card but I don't remember if I had problems before that. [URL="http://dl.dropbox.com/u/43356210/HWMonitor.txt"]Here is my other stats you guys want.[/URL]
Check there are no remnants of old drivers left behind, they can cause issues.
Wireless cards also can cause this issue believe it or not, take the card out if you have one then try to see if that has an effect.
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