SajinCheck and make sure your cpu isn't getting too hot while gaming. Also make sure you aren't running your graphic settings too high in your games.
SajinDo you have gamebar and game dvr disabled?
the_Scarlet_oneYoure showing a GPU utilization limit and only 65% max GPU usage. This may sound weird, but make sure none of your power cables are loose from vibration over time
chrisdglongDo you have one y cable going to your graphics card? I ran it like this with my 1080Ti and it was fine... When I tried it with my 2080Ti, I got massive stuttering and frame drops right away. You should ALWAYS run two separate PCIe power cables to your GPU, if you are not already.
SajinMight want to try a older build of windows to see if that might help fix the problem.
chrisdglongI would set everything to stock (not overclocked) and see if the problem goes away. Matter fact, that is the first thing that I always look at if I am having performance issues.
Cool GTXSecurity software up to date - with current signature files ? ---> scan your PC I check the resources tab of GPU-Z, Windows Device Manager for errors & check what resources are being used with Task Manager -- when things "Go South" What if any Automatic Updates happened during this issue ? Security software, Browser, Win 10 .... and others can cause issues, then a patch comes out & all is good again Is/ Was - OSD running ?
aka_STEVE_bHe was asking more about the built in windows xbox GAME DVR function that microsoft likes to automatically turn back on during updates sometimes.... it will severely cause your gaming to be slow & stutter because it is recording everything you do for broadcast streamers.... please check that in your widnows setting asap ! make sure to check both the settings in " GAME BAR" ..& " GAME DVR" tabs ,..to turn most of it OFF
aka_STEVE_bcheck the tab for the 'game dvr' also - if that is on as well , since the game bar was on.
Nervoizeaka_STEVE_bcheck the tab for the 'game dvr' also - if that is on as well , since the game bar was on.I dont have that tab. https://prnt.sc/p7cypq
Cool GTXthis type of issue was reported by another member https://forums.evga.com/FindPost/2994432 fix was update some software: "iCUE software bug from the last firmware. Corsair finally rolled out a new update" No idea if you have that specific software ...
chrisdglongYou should always setup a task to run emptystandbylist every 5 mins to clear standby memory. This has been an issue since early builds of Windows 10 and has NOT been fixed. You WILL get stutters eventually if you let the standby memory fill up.