100+ ms frametime spike on 2 different pc builds.

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JimmyJimmyBTM
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Re: 100+ ms frametime spike on 2 different pc builds.

Post by JimmyJimmyBTM » 26 Dec 2019, 10:34

jorimt wrote:
16 Dec 2019, 13:22
JimmyJimmyBTM wrote:
16 Dec 2019, 12:48
And for me it happens almost every round, even happens on the main menu where the engine is rendering a 3D scene with 2 character models and a background with some props.
Have you been able to time the intervals on the main menu, or do the occurrences not have a discernible pattern?
Sorry for the late reply, It doesn't seem to have a pattern. It also seems to happen more often in BFV but that might just be bad optimization from the game.

JimmyJimmyBTM
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Re: 100+ ms frametime spike on 2 different pc builds.

Post by JimmyJimmyBTM » 14 Feb 2020, 13:31

Chief Blur Buster wrote:
11 Dec 2019, 14:09
Note about power noise: Power noise can be a cause, but there are usually easier lower-lying apple causes. Power noise induced frametime spikes is a devilishly HARD troubleshoot. Troubleshoot with easier tests that are lower-lying apples.



Hey sorry for bumping an old thread, but I have tried everything except an ups.
Today I tested 2 pc's running the same game offline and the spikes occured at the same time. Only 1 or 2 seconds apart from eachother on both pc's. Since the spikes happen at the same time I assume it is indeed the power in this house.

Do you know a good ups that I can buy for a 850w pc.
I live in the netherlands so I would have to have a brand that is available in Europe.

Also can you put a belkin surge protector in an ups or is that a bad thing?

camaoyba
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Re: 100+ ms frametime spike on 2 different pc builds.

Post by camaoyba » 14 Feb 2020, 15:11

I have a similar setup (9700K + Asrock Z390) and I had stuttering/FPS spikes but mine happened when I moved the mouse. Something related to the mouse polling rate, changing it to 125hz would fix it. Then, someone posted that the fix was to disable C-States in BIOS and It worked.

I think your problem is totally different... just wanted to share lol.

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