High FPS, Low Ping, Great Internet but Stutter on Multiplayer Games

Hello, I have been experiencing a lot of stutter on multiplayer games but have a very good PC and amazing internet, I believe its 50 download speed and 6 upload speed. I get very low ping but am still seeing a lot of stutter when I am playing games online. My PC runs GTA 5 single player at at least 60 frames per second (haven't checked exactly) and is smooth as butter. By "stutter" I mean, not a delay between my actions but rather just visual skipping in game play. I even tried ROBLOX because I got desperate and out of all things this PC can handle, it better be able to handle a couple of blocks! It ended up telling me my FPS was 60, my ping was approximately 50 to 60, and i still had A LOT of noticeable stuttering. If its going to do this on a game made out of blocks, I dont know what the problem could possibly be! Here are my PC and internet specs that I know and can provide to you. Thank you for taking the time to read this, I appreciate it.

PC specs:
GTX 960 4GB SC
Intel core i7 4790k
600 Watt PSU
1 TB HDD
Windows 10 64 bit


Internet specs:
Ethernet CAT5e
50 download speed and 6 upload speed (according to speedtest)
21ms ping (according to speedtest)

P.S I realize I have made a recent post regarding this general topic but have abandoned it because it was not specifying my problem well enough. Thanks again!
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  1. What are your CPU and gpu temps when this happens? Do you have 8gb RAM or more? Are you using the latest GPU driver?
  2. Try to enable adaptive vsync from the Nvidia Control Panel by right clicking on your desktop.

    Also you can try windowed borderless mode for those games.
  3. sizzling said:
    What are your CPU and gpu temps when this happens? Do you have 8gb RAM or more? Are you using the latest GPU driver?


    I have exactly 8GB of RAM. I checked for updates and it says I have the latest and greatest geforce drivers. Temps for both CPU and GPU are good.
  4. djreedj said:
    Try to enable adaptive vsync from the Nvidia Control Panel by right clicking on your desktop.

    Also you can try windowed borderless mode for those games.


    By "adaptive v sync", do you mean "vertical v sync"? That's all i could find unless im missing it. Also, I believe I have windows border less mode enabled.
  5. No go into the control panel where vsync is and set it to Adaptive
  6. djreedj said:
    No go into the control panel where vsync is and set it to Adaptive


    Ok, I applied it but it didn't seem like much avail. It helped maybe a little, maybe not at all, to hard to tell. Any other suggestions?
  7. Im not entirely sure, Sorry I havent been on here lately. Sorry I couldnt be much help i hope you got it figured out by now.
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