SajinI locked your other thread since there is no point in having two open for the same issue. That isn’t an aio leak. That is thermal pad weeping which is a non issue, and isn’t the cause of your problem. A weak cpu may be to blame.
SajinYes, the cpu could be the cause if the dropouts are caused by the cpu bottlenecking. Your gpu usage would just dropout of nowhere in more stressful areas of certain games if that was the cause. Other things which could cause dropouts in gpu usage would be that your cpu is throttling due to overheating.
SajinNo need to have someone test the psu. You can do that yourself by running the power supply test in occt. https://www.ocbase.com/
SajinJust hope and pray your system doesn’t reset while running the test.
SajinThanks for the update. Did you ever optimize your games with geforce experience? If no, good don’t. If yes, that could be the issue.
SajinBeing set at 3000 mhz shouldn’t be the issue.
SajinSorry to hear your issue isn't resolved. How much power does your gpu pull when running time spy extreme graphics test #2? How much power does your cpu pull when running asus realbench stress test for 15 minutes?
MDG73SajinJust hope and pray your system doesn’t reset while running the test.I ran that test for a few minutes and boy I have never seen my CPU get that hot before 88C. Smokin. Thankfully it didn't reset or cutoff. It does not lie when it says it draws the maximum amount of power (500+ in my case between the two) from the cpu and gpu.