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    GTX 1060 stuttering / lag spikes in every game

    Hello, this is my build:
    • i5-6600k (no OC)
    • ASUS MAXIMUS RANGER VIII (BIOS 3404)
    • MSI GTX 1060 6G
    • Samsung SSD 850 evo 250gb
    • WD Caviar Blue 1TB
    • G.Skill Ripjaws V 3200 DDR4 (XMP profile)
    • Dual monitor: Zowie XL2411 144hz + BenQ GW2260 60Hz


    I get stuttering /lag spikes in the following titles:
    • PUBG: random lag spikes with GPU frequency core drops from 1911Mhz to 1520Mhz and GPU usage drops.
    • Rocket League: random lag spikes when a player join a match and during the match with fps drops.
    • GTA V: literally unplayable without VSync, stuttering every seconds.
    • Rust and Ark: random lag spikes and when loading chunks with fps drops.
    • Total War Warhammer: stuttering while on strategic map with fps drops.


    What I've done so far:

    • Playing with the lowest graphics settings possible with and without Vsync.
    • Tried adaptive VSync and Fast VSync
    • Update all drivers, GPU, Intel chipset, Asmedia, Ethernet... and tried to revert back to old GPU drivers
    • Check DPC latency with Latencymon: dxgkrnl.sys, nvlddmkm.sys.
    • Tweak BIOS settings, disabling Intel speedstep, default settings, no RAM XMP profile, disable Turbo mode.
    • Tried any sort of reccommended Nvidia control panel settings like Cache shader, Thread optimization, Perfomance mode.
    • Tried MSI Gaming App OC mode and Gaming mode.
    • Move games on the primary disk.
    • Steam cache file verification.
    • Fixed the custom file paging size as minimum as possibile or as reccommended one.
    • Re-seat monitor cables.
    • Clean boot.
    • Playing with two different monitors at once at different refresh rates.
    • HDD full defragmentation.
    • Disabling IPV6, NetBIOS and any other ethernet adapter.
    • Checked temps and Windows services and tasks.
    • Disabling firewall and Defender.


    What I've not done is to re-install the OS or update to the latest motherboard BIOS.
    Do you have any other suggestion?

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