Thank you all, guys, who wrote here !!! Especially you, the one who mentioned Afterburner, I think I would have never figured it out !yamaci1775 wrote: ↑15 Mar 2023, 13:20I had a similar problem when I wanted to check if my monitor was frame skipping. Looked at that vsync animation test, always had periodic (with very short periods) stutters. Shut everything off, it was fixed. Then one by one, I deducted that it was caused by Afterburner. But what is funnier is that it is not caused by Afterburner directly, rather, it was caused by "power" sensor. When I disabled monitoring for GPU power sensor, periodic stutters are gone and now I can keep Afterburner open as well.
Just wanted to share my experience in case anyone else finds the topic through google like me. Most of the time it is RGB software but in my case it was specifically afterburner's power monitoring. For anyone who wonders its a gigabyte rtx 3070 on a clean W11 build
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