The thing is VSR isn't working for some games, MKX is one of them, that's why I'm asking.
How does your app work?
I recently tried to set a 2560x1440 resolution on my 1920x1080 monitor and I received an error (in the monitor) saying...
I have a RX480, yesterday I tried to enable SVR, but it didn't work on DX11 games, like Arkham Knight or MKXL, it did work on Vulkan...
2.2.4, here are my settings:
I tried with MPC HC and it works... i don't know why it doesn't when using VLC.
I'm using VLC, it used to work...
What you mean with "standard outputs"?
I'm using Crimson Relive driver 17.2.1. Today I wanted to modify the brightness of a movie I was playing. I enabled the hardware...
Does ReLive works on Vulkan?
Could you provide the link? I fear the ones in guru and AMD are outdated.
By default, I configure MSI AB to set the clock to 650/1000 for the 2D profile, so what I did was to set those clocks for MKX as well, now the GPU...
Well, I "solved" it by reducing the GPU and memory frequencies to its minimum in MSI AB, that would be 650/1000, now the game runs fine using 99%...
Not playing that much... the other game's Doom and runs perfectly.
Yes, latest drivers and RX480 Nitro (but with reference frequencies)
Nope... 99% usage.
Yes, I think this is a bug with the drivers, because when i press "Pause" the GPU usage goes up to 99%... I think that using VSYNC enables the GPU...
When playing Mortal Kombat X (XL) Afterburner reports 0% GPU usage.
I'm using a RX 480.
How does Arkham Knight runs with these drivers?
Since I installed these drivers (Dated Nov. 19), my monitor never goes to sleep mode, does anyone is experiencing the same?
Is there any "tweak" against the overly dark shadows in the game?
Sometimes i don't see ****. (AMD user here)