Hey there. You may want to review our [url=https://www.bungie.net/en/Help/Article/46853]BROCCOLI[/url] article for more information about this issue.
If that doesn't help, here are a few suggestions some players have found to resolve this issue:
[quote][b]1[/b]. Enable "Game Mode" in Windows 10 or, if you already have "Game Mode" enabled, try disabling it.
[b]2[/b]. If you use EVGA Precision for overclocking, you may want to disable that since it doesn't play well with Destiny 2. MSI Afterburner might be a good alternative to use.
[b]3[/b]. In your Settings, cap your framerate to keep GPU usage below 90% to see if this helps.
[b]4[/b]. If you have an NVIDIA graphics cards, see if the card stabilizes using [url=https://www.evga.com/support/faq/afmviewfaq.aspx?faqid=59594]NVIDIA's temporary debug mode[/url].
[b]5[/b]. Some players have reported that a mild underclock for GPU clock of around -100MHz and GPU memory around -50MHzz may help with this issue.[/quote]