Installing AMD drivers cause everything to stutter

Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Drivers Section' started by PuuMas, Jan 16, 2011.

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  1. PuuMas

    PuuMas Member

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    Hey guys im new here on the forums and i was just thinking that meaby someone here could help me with my problem.

    So i recently bought a new GPU the 6870 AMD my previous one was the 487,now that i install any of the 10.10 -> 10.12 drivers i get terible stuttering in movies,games and in desktop even when i try to move the icons on the desktop they stutter.

    I did fresh install of my W7 and installed the 10.9 drivers but they din't help,and im hooked up to my 42'inch LF LED display via HDMI.

    If anyone could help me i would appreciate it very much thank you ! :)
     
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  2. prescient

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    gpu temp? this sound like overheating .
     
  3. PuuMas

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    The temp are 50 in idle and something like 70 in stress.
     
  4. blesner

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    Are you using an Asus Card ? If so remove Asus Smart Doctor right now and install MSI Afterburner.
    I had the same problem with my 5970, when I did the above problem solved
     

  5. PuuMas

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    Yes i have the Asus card,I will try the MSI afterburner !
     
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    I tryed the Afterburner but it din't help i can't even set the Vcore voltages in that one :(
     
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  7. PuuMas

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    Well i went back to my 4870card and the 10.5 drivers and the stuttering is the same.
    So it most be the LG tv because soon as it recognizes my display as LG the stuttering start's meaby it get's the wrong EDID ?

    *Well now this is wierd ! when i go to the LCD overdrive screen and enable it and see those 3 moving bars on the CCC panel the stuttering stops but soon as i close it or go to other options like "Pixel Format" the stuttering returns.
    What could cause this kinda of behavior ?
     
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  8. Danny Nissan

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    LCD overdrive disables Aero i think.

    Can you run windows basic/classic theme and see if you still have stuttering?

    Try disabling "reduce DVI frequency" or "alternative DVI mode" in the CCC?
     
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    Mineria Ancient Guru

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    Did you apply the working LCD Overdrive setting before closing?
    Sounds like your 42" has a very slow response time, maybe even bandwidth, so not suitable for usage as PC Monitor.

    LCD Overdrive is an option for people with slow displays where inputlag and ghosting occurs.
    It fakes the refresh rate to be higher, so when a pixel has to move from A to X, LCD Overdrive will convince that pixel that it needs to move faster.
    Backside is that this can result with noise and wrong colors on your picture.
     
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  10. PuuMas

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    I can't find the "reduce DVI frequency" or "alternative DVI mode" in the CCC panel in the 10.12 build and going to Basic or Classic won't help.

    Now when i played youtube 1080p vid i got artifact and my mouse cursos turned to mesh :(

    *I just went back to the Aero theme from Classic and now it's not stuttering anymore ?
    And yes i did indeed apply the LCD overdrive but i have it off now..

    *Now when i open the CCC panel i get a "Notification" saying "The Catalyst Control Center will now be moved to the selected display" then in the upper frame it says "LCD Ovverdrive"
     
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  11. rflair

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    What are your PC specs?

    Have you tried a different HDMI cable or maybe different input on the TV?
     
  12. PuuMas

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    My specs are:
    Core 2 Duo E8400 @ 3.6Ghz
    AsRock Twinsturbo2000 Motherboard
    4GB of A-Data memory runing 4-4-4-12 1T @ 2.20V
    500gb Samsung Spinpoint F1 7200rpm set on ACHI mode
    Realtek ALC888 intergrated audio
    Realtek integrated LAN
    Antec 500W PSU
    Asus 6870 GPU

    Yeap i have tried other HDMI ports they all give the same results
    And yes i tought about the HDMI Cable coz im using a really cheap one atm,i think i need to borrow a HDMI cable from someone just to test the theory :D

    *Oh yeah and the name of my LED telly is LG 42LE5300 it hase 2,4ms response time as some sites report can't find that information on the LG sites tought :/
     
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  13. PuuMas

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    Well when i set the LCD Ovverdrive to MAX (200) and my tv is set to 60hz the stuttering seems to stop at desktop but when i play movies from youtube it will be still a litle stuttering allmost like Micro Stuttering and my mouse cursos start to stutter badly.
    Dunno why meaby i have a old 1.0v hdmi that dosen't support highbandwith or that my TV just is not ment to be PC display. :(
     
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    When was the last time you check this RAM with Memtest?

    Although the volts are high its the 1T timing that has me thinking, you sure its stable?
     
  15. PuuMas

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    Oops im sorry it's actualy in 2T
    So the specs are :400mhz 1:1 4-4-4-12 2T
    Atleast that is what CPU-Z show's me
    I did run the windows own RAM test without errors but i don't think that is a good software for that,meaby il try it today with memtest86 and let it run for couple of hours and see what that says

    But thanks guys for all the help allready! :)
     

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    Just an afterthought, but have you tried killing the CCC.exe & MOM.exe processes with Task Manager?
     
  17. PuuMas

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    Mmm..Well i tryed that allso now that you mentioned that but it din't do anything realy..
    Should it do something or ?

    *Btw do you guys think it could have something to do with my HDD since i feel like my HDD is taking it's lastbreaths,it makes that sound that the old HDD's made back in 90's :D You knowe that "Crunching".
    It made that sound just when my windows was applying updates when i restarted the machine and then the windows said something like "Can't configure updates,reverting back"
    Meaby i need a HDD :(

    *And yes i have done the diskfragment that windows hase and it show 0% fragments..
     
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  18. PuuMas

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    When i watch this
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rjdzp0lueHM
    in 1080p and when the trees come @ 0:27 in to the film i just get this horid jitter/blocky on the video it just hurts my eyes to watch it but i don't see much of stuttering atleast on that one. :)
     
  19. Krzychu23

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    i had similar problem with my 55" led samsung and the problem was in tv its self
    i had to set on to pc mode on the hdmi input on tv
    of cource every tv brand is different u have lg, but im just saying...
     
  20. Pill Monster

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    2.2v is extremely high vdimm for regular DDR2 memory. Why did u raise it?
    what's the stock voltage?


    Your PSU is most likely the cause of the stuttering. It can't provide stable power to the GPU..
    You may need to upgrade it, the 6870 may have killed it.

    Check 12v power with everst or AIDA64...just in case.
     
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