Topic Title: will an SSD stop micro-stutter?
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 02/17/2014 05:37 PM
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samusprime89
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Hey guys ive recently been experiencing micro-stutter in every single game i try, all of my hard drives are defragmented 100% and pass on diskcheck. so whats the deal here? if i buy an SSD will that eliminate my stutter and lag issues? the lag affects every game i own besides the better optomized games like DMC Devil May Cry, ect.  but playing tomb raider is so painful because it has constant stutter and framedrops, i have hwmonitor open on my second monitor while gaming and my temps are under 60C on both the cpu and gpu, here are my specs below if that matters:

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Motherboard: ASUS F2-A55M-LK (latest bios)

Ram: 8GB kingston hyperX predator @ 1866mhz

Cpu: AMD 6600K Richland APU @ 4.6ghz, 100% stable overclock

Gpu: MSI 7870 OC edition, stock

PSU: corsair CX600 (less than 3 months old)

HD: western digital 500GB + 500GB (1 TB total)

cpu cooler: cooler master hyper 212 pro

 02/17/2014 06:45 PM
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SSD's have no effect on gaming performance over HDD's once the game is loaded. They do speed up loading the game and maps in SOME cases.

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 02/17/2014 07:52 PM
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They can eliminate the stutter associated with loading new cells, such as in a TES game, but you've got some other problem.

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 02/17/2014 10:17 PM
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They can also cause stuttering loading new cells if their too full.First thing to try is returning your system to stock speed. When did the stuttering start?

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 02/18/2014 02:36 AM
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well i just checked on asus's website for new drivers and apparently they posted a new bios update the day right after they released the previous bios update that i had installed, so i went and updated the bios again and to my complete suprise the stuttering is gone!. asus must of realized the screwed up on the previous bios update and thats why they immediatly released a new update the exact day after. I just cant believe it was as simple as updating my bios, but im so happy i found a solution, i do thank each and every one of you on the forum though for trying to help me.

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