Too many variables for smaller frametime jumps. Streaming data, every bit of tech you have (even some chips are different in the same products) and that is hard to track down. Those bigger ones which are like 100+ remind me of my issue. I did everything, even swapped a few parts and then someone said "pull the USB 3 cable out of your motherboard" I thought no way will that fix it, but it did."if you have a ryzen 1000/2000 chip then expect frame time consistency problems particularly in DX11 titles"
??? No! I know this isn't quite right because as you can tell in the video I just linked, its a very peculiar kind of random huge freezing not something like having bad FPS.
I know its not the Ryzen 2600 because someone with the exact same CPU as me, linked a video of himself in the exact same area of Sekiro, where his game is solid line frame time, and mine has random big spikes. It cant be that! So what do you suggest I do then??? How would I go about diagnosing what causes this and how to fix it!! IT EVEN HAPPENS IF I LIMIT MY GAMES TO 30FPS
Videos in question:
MY ryzen2600 frametimes (constant random spikes to 30-60ms)
His ryzen2600 frametime (Completely solid 16.6ms entire time, same scene:
My guess is that my front panel was not grounded. I swapped my case, and all is fine.
If you have tried everything, try that.