You can use RadeonPro to force Vsync and there is Enhanced Sync in Radeon Settings.
Random guy: what did you do yesterday?
FSLabs: nothing much. Steal account details from pirates, log into their accounts on some sites, take a few...
Not impressed with this game, slower than Doom MP, also rocket launcher works better there.
I choose RP's fake TB over garbage in-game vsync anytime. :)
Arkham Origins is dx11.
Guess I'm lucky that RadeonPro works on my system, in many older games. Currently playing:
Arkham Origins --> in-game vsync locks me to 30 /...
Not sure what do you expect, when people vote for "Radeon Settings built in performance benchmark" over Triple Buffering lel
Not sure about the rest, but AC Black Flag ran like dog turd on my pc ~two months ago, even at 1080p.
Recommended setup does not mean maxed out settings.
It happens, I played with Cryostasis a few weeks ago and I had to cap it to 45 fps, any other cap (30, 40, 50) gave me either very low sub 20 fps...
You should try radeonpro's double vsync instead. Still 30 fps is not gonna be smooth no matter what.
You can mess around with Autoruns and disable some startup programs.
3DMark gives me inconsistent results.
Not into ME games, the "person" on the left side is an android or something?
Hopefully, gamedevs will optimize their games sooner for Ryzen than they did with FX.
So, for Arma 3 you basically need an i7, since i5 stutters and Ryzen has really low fps.
Or ROTTR and DOOM...
Did that on win 10, took about 2 minutes, same results. Oh well, back to gaming....