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Rubberbanding Problem after custom built new PC

Marz03
Level 7
Hi, 🙂

OC/BIOS/Software/Hardware newbie user here,

Well, I just built a custom PC with a spec of:

Specs:

Processor: Intel Core i7-4930K @ 3.40GHz
Motherboard: Rampage IV Black Edition
GPU: Asus GTX 780ti DirectCU II OC
PSU: Silverstone Strider Gold 850 Watt
Memory: Corsair Vengeance PRO 16GB 1866MHZ
OS: Windows 7

The problem is when i try to play multiplayer games e.g DOTA 2, COD: Ghost, BF4.. I get this strange rubberbanding effect every now and then. My previous PC which was running on 750watt, AMD quadcore, gtx 560ti had no rubberbanding problem at all besides the regular lag (when my sister does the downloading).

All single player games runs perfectly. So is there something i'm doing wrong or is it a possible hardware/software failure??

Plzz Helpp~ 😞

Thx in advance
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HiVizMan
Level 40
No idea what rubberbanding means sorry.
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HiVizMan wrote:
No idea what rubberbanding means sorry.


Rubberbanding is like stuttering in game where you're moving forward but then you'll find yourself not moving from the initial point.. Players will appear to move in one direction, and then suddenly be teleported back several feet where they once were a few seconds ago.

Initially I thought it was the latency of the games.. but using my previous PC the problem did not occur (hardly occur) as often as my current PC.. I mean even when in DOTA 2 has spikes when I play..

martyn
Level 10
Perhaps to clarify further this rubber banding - Happens when only playing online - Multiplayer? No issues when playing the same game offline?

Do you have Network iControl installed and operating or similar software? What other network activity on your PC at same time? What other Router connected item activity affecting total bandwidth?

Very much sounds like a network issue to me rather than PC hardware, but i'm no expert.
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martyn wrote:
Perhaps to clarify further this rubber banding - Happens when only playing online - Multiplayer? No issues when playing the same game offline?

Do you have Network iControl installed and operating or similar software? What other network activity on your PC at same time? What other Router connected item activity affecting total bandwidth?

Very much sounds like a network issue to me rather than PC hardware, but i'm no expert.


The PC quite empty for now, so little or no network activities going on.. doubt is a network issue, because other laptops and my previous PC still runs MP games fine.

HiVizMan
Level 40
Did you do a full clean OS install when you updated your system?
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HiVizMan wrote:
Did you do a full clean OS install when you updated your system?


My OS is also new btw.. Does it still need a full Clean?

abvolt
Level 11
and you're not running beta drivers for the ti ?
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abvolt wrote:
and you're not running beta drivers for the ti ?


Driver current version: 331.82 WHQL

Yeah.. I think is not in beta. Correct me if I'm wrong~

HiVizMan
Level 40
No if you did a new OS install for that CPU and that motherboard then no you are just peachy OS wise.

No idea why you are getting this issue, besides the possibility that it is a network issue. Does this rubber-banding you speak of happen when you are plaing without a internet connection?
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