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video stuttering/dropping frames on 2nd monitor

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Hey, videos are stuttering/dropping frames while playing a game. happens on youtube, twitch etc. when I tab out of the game it stops, tabbing into game is starts again.

I tried disableing hardware acceleration, putting FF in safe/troubleshooting mode, turning off Windows Game Mode, turning off NVidea Overlay... nothing worked.

While watching Task-Manager while tabbing in and out didnt rly change much, no RAM or GPU spikes.

GPU Drivers + Windows up to date.

tried another browser, stuttering isn't as severe on Edge or Chrome but is still very noticable

i posted this in r/firefox and another user discribed the same problem, he got his rig recently as well with the same cpu

pls help :D

My Setup: CPU: 13th Gen Intel(R) Core(TM) i9-13900K 3.00 GHz

RAM: 32,0 GB

GPU: RTX 3080

Hey, videos are stuttering/dropping frames while playing a game. happens on youtube, twitch etc. when I tab out of the game it stops, tabbing into game is starts again. I tried disableing hardware acceleration, putting FF in safe/troubleshooting mode, turning off Windows Game Mode, turning off NVidea Overlay... nothing worked. While watching Task-Manager while tabbing in and out didnt rly change much, no RAM or GPU spikes. GPU Drivers + Windows up to date. tried another browser, stuttering isn't as severe on Edge or Chrome but is still very noticable i posted this in r/firefox and another user discribed the same problem, he got his rig recently as well with the same cpu pls help :D My Setup: CPU: 13th Gen Intel(R) Core(TM) i9-13900K 3.00 GHz RAM: 32,0 GB GPU: RTX 3080

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Sounds more like System resources aren't managed correctly with the O/S itself. Considering Windows 11 just came out I expected this much unstable system performance. And as you stated other Browser are experiencing the same effect so that would lead back to the O/S and GPU driver system resource management.