So I think the solution I suggested might still be necessary. Then for almost any reason, I will get a huge framedrop, down to between 8-20 fps. Your processor should handle the game easily even without overclocking so 100 fps maybe less. We know it's frustrating when things don't work as expected, let me assist you to resolve the issue. Playing with the multiplier and voltage is the most suggested procedure. Open wifi settings and disable auto connecting to wireless hotspots.
I dont know why it would happen with two different graphic cards tho. Anyone have any idea or things for me to do that may help me identify my problem? If you are using a stock intel cooler, make sure that the heatsnik is in full contact with the cpu, and that the four arms are locked into position Thank you very much! It happens often but not all the time. Use RealTemp to record your actual core temperature. Once it happens, there's no point for me to keep trying to play the game because it just happens more and more frequently after that. Mid-game it starts to freeze like this, I've pulled up net-graph in the video to show the ping spikes.
Updated windows by its update option. Be very careful with core voltage. Originally posted by :The actual game freezes, the sound loops and after 5 seconds I can play again. Well you can try reinstalling it. Can you provide us with a brief summary of your computer specifications? Our connection has dropped a few times, but only for a few seconds, and I haven't noticed any major slowdowns when browsing the web, but I have noticed lower results than usual on. Set a maximum voltage for 1. I did have your same issue a few months ago where I'd get random lag right before someone peeked a corner, so I'd just prefire and get kills half the time and lag to death the other half.
I mixed it up, A2 and B2 do work, it's B1 that isn't functioning on this new motherboard, so all good now, not gonna bother returning for a slot i'll never use most likely. Sometimes I can play for 2 hours without this happening at all, and I quit playing for other reasons and sometimes it takes 30 minutes. I wonder why the other games are having problems. Nvidia user as well- disabling the Geforce experience didn't solve it for me either. The ping on my computer randomly spikes as you can see here: ping I have went on google and tried basically everything. If you overclock cpu and ram, Prime95 and memtest86 are a must.
Hey, First off, let me say that this problem may not be Windows 10 exclusive, but it happened to me in Windows 10 I haven't tried in Windows 7 yet , and that is the reason I am making my post here. Have you ever swapped out the video cable? Once you get a better cooler you may overclock more out of your cpu with lower temps. But it can happen mid game as well. What do you have running in the background? I have tried numerous ways to fix this. Never disable Thermal Throttle in bios when overclocking, you can fry your processor. But I guess it can't hurt it to re-install. It all worked great for the first couple of days, but.
Well you can try reinstalling it. I've tried malwarebytes, i've scanned my computer, defragged it, cleared space out of it, re-installed tf2, none of that worked. Hi, Thank you for posting your query on Microsoft Community. Lag Spikes Probably the most prominent thing in which a noticeable halt is observed in online. Problem still comes and goes. However, every 45 seconds or so my screen would freeze, everything in the game would pause, and so would everything in it from my perspective and I would die andr respon. Dont have a clue why its happening! I appreciate your interest in Windows 10.
Well if it's any consolation, I'm having the same exact problem as you. But it shouldn't be the case, because it doesn't even hit 32-bit process max memory usage. So I was forced to complacently wipe my hard drive and proceed with a completely fresh install of Windows 10, this time letting Windows Update install any necessary device drivers. I have been working in the computer industry for almost 15 years, have been playing counter-strike since 1999. It says there until I quit my game. I have checked all updates etc. Please do let us know if you need any further assistance related to Windows, we will be glad to assist you.
Again they appeared with Win10 but after two long weeks of struggling with these ping issues, I believe I have found a valid solution. All the other time the fps and ping are completely normal. Hope you find a fix. Do not be afraid, as long as you don't overdo it with voltages you should be good. You don't have anything overclocked though have you? Tried this and it looked like it helped when i was spec'ing a game. Have you checked your cpu temps while gaming? If you have a solid state drive most people don't experience it.
Bob I've been playing for a few hours a couple of times now and no freeze yet. What you are experiencing is most probably thermal throttling of cpu due to high temps. There you can see real time core voltage and cpu power draw in watts. Finally throw out all your ideas on heat and re-do the heatink and its compound. Edit: Clean install didn't help either. I should have zero stutters in theory, but it doesn't happen.
I was getting what I though was lag or bad connection. This is referred to as Stuttering or. The last is what seems to have compleatly eliminated the ping spikes. It happens in some other games too however but not all, and only steam games. Hopefully this post will be helpful to someone else in the future Sorry if I was pushy on the heat angle. I would like to note that I have not had a problem in a few days now. If I come back after, say 30 minutes, the ping problems are back.