Originally Posted by alps006
After upgrading to 1060 GPU about 3 days ago, during 4K UHD playback, I had issues with dropped/ repeated frames in 4~5 minutes intervals which was very much visible and annoying.The composition rate was 23,980Hz at that time. I tried some troubleshooting for a couple of days without any luck. After reading a post somewhere here on AVS, I removed display modes 23Hz, 29Hz and 59Hz from madVR display mode setting. After that the composition rate became 24,000Hz and the playback was very smooth without any stutter or picture jump etc. I checked the madVR OSD and found out that still there was a huge amount of dropped/ repeated frames and the frame repeat time is even way shorter that before (41.71 seconds). Even with these stats, the payback was perfectly fine without any visible issues. I tried several discs and watched "Captain Marvel" all the way to the end, and had zero issues. Just wondering what is happening here. Are these stats showing in madvR OSD for reference only? Thank you!
All those frames could have been dropped at the start of the movie when it was buffering or something. If things look good I wouldn't worry about it.
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