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Lagging and Stuttering on Legion Y530.

2019-02-26, 14:57 PM

Hello, before we started,  just wanna say that im new to this forums / community, and english isnt my main languange so bear with me, Thanks :)

 

Alright, so ive been eyeing on gaming laptop and Legion Y530 catches my eye, and i got so into it and i dont want to buy anything other than this. The first week feels really good, everything goes smoothly, opening editing apps is so easy , and gaming feels really great. No stutter, lags, or crashes.

 

Now, its been two and a half weeks. The performance goes down massively, from the load time on windows into stuttering on games even desktop. The first time i experienced it i just updated the windows and the drivers, and it works. But then, 3 days from then its happening again. Lags, micro stutter, not responding, etc.

 

This is my first time having a gaming laptop, so expect me to be clueless.

 

I usually play Dota 2, CSGO, and Rainbow Six Siege. The problem lies with R6, where at the first week i have like  120-140 FPS, no stutter or lags at all. But now, i only got 60-70 FPS with lots of microstutter, and i dont know how to fix it.

 

I hope you guys within the forums can help me with my problems,  before i go to the store where i bought it to either use my warranty to replace it or fix it,i dont know.

 

Your kind response will be helpful to me, and ill thank you guys for it. :)

 

My laptop : Legion Y53015ICH, core i5-8300H, Nvidia GTX 1050ti, win 10, Nvidia drivers ver 419.17.

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Re: Lagging and Stuttering on Legion Y530.

2019-03-06, 15:34 PM

I've experienced something similar with my brand new Y530, which came with Win 10 home pre-installed. On my first boot, I noticed severe microlags when opening a browser. The system would literally stand still for 0.3-1 seconds twice during the start of MS Edge. Lenovo's Vantage tool has a hardware check that showed faulty memory but, seeing that the problem did not occur in safe mode, I doubt that the micro-lags are the memories fault. I'd suspect a driver issue instead.

 

Edit: mine was an 81LB007KGE tho, so i7-8750H

 

Edit2: in case this is still relevant, my issue was fixed by "disabling NVIDIA powermizer" (see <https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/Gaming-Laptops/Lenovo-Y520-stuttering-issues/m-p/4131795/highlight/false#M18018>)

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Re: Lagging and Stuttering on Legion Y530.

2019-07-22, 16:20 PM

Hey I'm having the same issue, however, I can't seems to find the files in the registry to disable them? Help?

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Re: Lagging and Stuttering on Legion Y530.

2019-07-29, 14:41 PM

Yeah, some of the keys might not yet be there so you'll have to create them with the respective value.

There are a whole bunch of posts out there that describe how to disable powermizer, just follow any of them (for example <http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/disable-powermizer-tested.261929/>) - good luck mate :)

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Re: Lagging and Stuttering on Legion Y530.

2019-09-10, 19:13 PM
Hi,
me too have some stuttering issues while on desktop. The mouse freezes for some ms and it is noticeable and annoying.
I also haven't these registry keys in order to disable powermizer but I have set the laptop to work on intel gpu while on desktop. Only on some apps i have set the laptop to use the nvidia gpu.
Any thoughts on this problem?
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