If your MSI notebook has micro-stutters or mouse-pointer-freezes, try this.

Discussion in 'MSI' started by Prototime, Dec 2, 2016.

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Do you experience micro-stuttering/mouse-pointer-freezing on your MSI laptop?

  1. Yes, it happens frequently, even while gaming.

    21.2%
  2. Yes, it happens frequently, but never while gaming.

    19.2%
  3. Yes, it happens occasionally, even while gaming.

    7.7%
  4. Yes, it happens occasionally, but never while gaming.

    21.2%
  5. Yes, it happens rarely or only under certain circumstances, such as when a certain program runs, etc

    11.5%
  6. Not at all.

    19.2%
  1. Rhadamanthis

    Rhadamanthis Notebook Evangelist

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    I tested it and the slight freeze when opening the file explorer is gone but there is still the freeze when clicking on the battery icon, for example. So a step in the right direction but there is still work to do to fix optimus in FCU.

    Enviado de meu Pixel 2 usando Tapatalk
     
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  3. Julianinho

    Julianinho Notebook Geek

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    i have installe it and it work for me, no freeze when i clic in explorer and no freeze on the battery icon.
     
  4. hmscott

    hmscott Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    If the Intel driver stuttering has been fixed that's amazing, this came out yesterday:

    Six months on, and let's check in on those 'stuttering' Windows 10 PCs. Yep, still stuttering

    Gamers say performance woes haven't been addressed as Spring Creators Update looms
    By Shaun Nichols in San Francisco 29 Mar 2018 at 05:01
    https://www.theregister.co.uk/2018/03/29/windows_10_creators_update_driver_flaws/

    "A long-running glitch affecting some Windows 10 PCs continues to annoy gamers more than half a year after it was supposedly fixed.

    An anonymous Reg reader alerts us to this ongoing thread on Nvidia's support forums. Our tipster says they and others who have installed the latest versions of Windows and Nvidia drivers continue to see the performance of their games lagging behind what they had before those updates.

    Similar threads can be found on other gaming forums as well.

    Specifically, the users claim, the 'stuttering' problem encountered when trying to play certain games at high frame rates (that had previously been achieved before the updates) is still being encountered.

    The issue has been reported since the initial Creators Update of Windows 10 was released, but was supposed to have been fixed by Microsoft back in September when the Fall Creators Update hit. At the time, Microsoft said it had addressed "several different problem sources" that had been thought to be the cause for the stuttering issues.

    Now, six months on, gamers say they're still having problems, particularly with their GeForce cards and even when running the latest versions of Windows 10 and up-to-date graphics drivers.

    "There is no working build of Windows 10 that I can now get working with Nvidia cards and my G-Sync monitor," writes one frustrated gamer.

    "Every build, version of both have the same stutters and sync issues now."

    Users also note that the problems have been spotted on the latest insider builds of Windows 10. This does not bode well for hopes that the Spring Creators Update, a release Microsoft is widely believed to be dropping some time in the coming weeks, will finally bring an end to the stuttering woes

    A spokesperson for Nvidia was not able to provide comment at the time of publication (the company is in the midst of its GTC conference this week). Microsoft did not return a request for comment on the matter.

    Should either company come through with a comment or recommendations for solving the problem, we will provide an update."

    No update yet...

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  5. Reqat

    Reqat Newbie

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    Finally!

    So i installed these new Intel IGPU 15.65.5.4982 drivers to see if the horrible stutter problem would change and by just installing them it didn't change.
    Next thing i tried was to tinker with the settings in the Intel HD graphics control panel.
    Went to Power settings and changed the power plans to balanced from maximum battery (is this my doing from last year?).
    By doing this, the only time i notice stutter now is when clicking the battery status icon.
     
  6. SouD_

    SouD_ Newbie

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    Hi all,

    I bought a MSI GS65 and experienced this micro lag while gaming.

    To avoid them i only close completely DragonCenter... I found it quickly I don't know how...

    2 month with my computer and each time I play forgetting to close dragonCenter, i got the micro lag. Then I close dragon center (Alt+Tab) and everything is fine.
    No need to restart the game,..

    I use Dragon center cause it seems that it performs settings on the 1070. Using microsoft profiles (performance mode), the 1070 do not reach the maximum frequency ...
    Really not easy to switch on - off dragon center to control power mode + fan ... But it works at least !

    How do you guys managed to use differents performance profiles + fan ?
    Thx.
     
  7. AU4U

    AU4U Notebook Evangelist

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    I experience it when Nahimic was active, I now have it set to 'Disabled' in Windows Services.
    I also experienced stuttering when CPUZ was active, there was a definite relation as I had XTU recording at the time it happened.
     

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  8. tntsniper

    tntsniper Notebook Guru

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    I just purchased a MSI GS65 laptop and it has been a disaster. I wish I would've used my googlefu a little before I formatted windows several times. My Logitech MX Master run horribly when connected through bluetooth, it's unusable. I've attempted a lot of the tricks on this post to no avail, my next option would be to get a new wireless card, which I really don't want to do.
     
  9. Killer_Networking

    Killer_Networking Company Representative

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    There are quite a few potential fixes here, especially on the last page. The wireless adapter is very likely not the issue, especially if you are using current drivers. To make sure you are using the most up to date drivers, I suggest using our clean install method here - https://www.killernetworking.com/ki...q/105-clean-install-the-killer-control-center.

    Once you have the latest drivers installed, our wireless adapters don't produce any higher DPC latency than any others. In fact, they produce less latency than many.

    -- Anthony with Killer Networking
     
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    tntsniper Notebook Guru

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    I just did this and unfortunately this did not work. The second I connect the mouse via bluetooth it starts skipping around on the screen. If I use the logitech receiver it works fine, but the second I connect it to BT it just starts skipping everywhere.
     
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