Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Drivers Section' started by KyleStilkey, Jun 10, 2019.
Nope still stuck.
Can someone who owns Rocket League check if he gets odd artifacts flickering up when doing the following:
At the main menu, turn the cam so that you can see the back of your car, then select "training" for a split second i get odd artifacts flickering up on my end.right after clicking "training".
I found out that it only happens in Fullscreen mode. Doesn't happen in borderless or windowed.
Single monitor here. It is a driver bug.
Idle clocks still elevated for my RX 570 (since 19.5.x) - returned to 19.4.3! This is the 3rd driver Fail!
Impressive malperformance I must say..
Montville are you on Windows 1903?
Yes, I am on 1903 but it was the same with 1809
I thought it’s maybe Microsoft’s latest update, but it is AMD old practice like they did with GCN 1.0...not very good.
Even Creative fixed their drivers
If you have not, make sure you reporting issues directly to AMD.
The more reports, the more likely they will move it up the priority latter.
Strange, I don't have the issue with memory with this driver.
Yea, I suggest the same in 19.5.2 thread and quite a few members have the same problem.
Anyone played some Far Cry 4 with these? It keeps crashing all the time, specially when I enter the menus while in-game.
Seems this driver fixes the LED back lighting control issue with the mobile Ryzen APU's, not mentioned in the notes but seems to work now after bringing the laptop out of sleep or hibernation.
Will new technologies work on old gpus (Vega/Polaris)?
Polaris and up it seems.
Which techs do you mean?
Hi, this has been an issue for as long as I can remember on my RX 580. Clicking "Options" or "Training" from the main menu makes the bottom of my screen glitch for a second. I think it has something to do with Rocket League's UI implementation. The same sort of flickering happens on my friend's Nvidia card, except it's not as noticeable, but it flashes for a second near the avatar/banner area at the bottom of the screen.
Where did you find the freesync option? Are you talking about the new option in Windows or in the Radeon Settings?
Thank you for telling me. Do you also have "microstuttering" in Rocket League? I didn't play RL for a while so i don't know if it is driver related or whast the reason for that.
I haven't had any stuttering in Rocket League ever since 19.2.x or so. I use freesync though and cap my frame rate to 140fps (my max refresh is 144hz) and I don't see any screen tearing or stuttering. I also have vsync on, but it doesn't matter because I'm inside of my freesync range