When I move my mouse in minecraft windows 10 with rtx. It went from 90+ fps down to 0-10 fps instant! the gpu usage also decrease from 90-100% down to 5-40% depending on how fast and much I move my mouse… I have tested to reinstall the game and change the hz on the mouse but I still have the problem!

Everything worked fine but then I turned off my pc and the next day I tested it again and I had the problem for no reason. I haven't change any setting or something it's so weird.

edit: here is a video:

pc stats gpu: asus geforce rtx 2080 super dual evo oc cpu: i9 9900k ram: 32gb power supply: 1200W motherboard: asus rog maximus XI hero (wifi) mouse: havit ms837

  • I don't know too much about pcs but it did show you were playing a beta so that could be part of the reason. Commented Apr 29, 2020 at 17:02

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First off, does it do the same without RTX? - If the answer is yes, then there is something wrong with your computer. - If the answer is no, then try updating your drivers, restarting your PC, and unplugging/replugging all the cables. You should also remember that RTX is in beta, meaning that there WILL be some issues.

  • thanks for answer. i already have the best / latest drivers and i tested to restart my pc.. and i still have the problem :( what do you mean with unplugging/replugging all the cables? do you mean rebuild the whole pc or just the screen...
    – user246332
    Commented May 1, 2020 at 18:40
  • and when you just start the game you see the moving picture in the background, when i move my mouse the whole picture stops moving until i stop moving my mouse.
    – user246332
    Commented May 1, 2020 at 18:43
  • Does this only happen with rtx or all bedrock Minecraft, and I men just the obvious outside cables, not the ones inside the pc. I would also try moving your usb mouse connector
    – quick007
    Commented May 2, 2020 at 6:40
  • i fixed the problem, my fps counter did everything when i turned it off it works, but thanks anyway
    – user246332
    Commented May 10, 2020 at 14:13

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