Stuttering with 5700 XT

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  1. jmmolol

    jmmolol New Member

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    Hello, I have been having problems with my system as of late, a few weeks ago, I bought a ryzen 3600, motherboard for it and a 5700 XT and it was running wonderfully, but a week ago it started stuttering a lot in games, I have reinstalled windows several times, deactivated all of the things in the AMD Drivers, replaced my ram as the last one was giving thousands of memtest86 errors and I´m still with problems. In Firestrike or furmark it runs reaaally smooth, but in Battlefield V for example it stutters a lot, and more moderately in the witcher 3. I have disabled HPET, windows defender real time, superfetch and tried different driver versions with DDU. Even in windows sometimes I notice stutters without even playing. I have chipset drivers installed and using Ryzen Balanced Power Plan. I have tried enabling and disabling V-sync.

    System:

    CPU: Ryzen 3600 Stock

    GPU: Gigabyte 5700 XT Gaming OC

    SSD: Toshiba OCZ TR200 240GB

    RAM: Crucial Ballistix Sport LT BLS2K8G4D32AESBK 3200 MHz (2x8GB)

    Motherboard: Gigabyte DS3H running F50 BIOS

    PSU: Tacens Radix VII AG 700W 80 Plus Silver

    Monitor: Acer KG241P

    OS: Windows 10 1903

    GPU Drivers: 20.1.1


    It´s not a temperature problem, as the CPU under load only gets to low 70s and the gpu high 60s with hotspot at low 80s.

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  2. Astyanax

    Astyanax Ancient Guru

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    CLEAR CMOS (do not load optimized defaults)

    look in bios for 10bit tagging support, if its there disable it
    (it shouldn't be though, because pcie4 features were disabled on non x570 boards....)

    Set everything else up as needed to boot, do not configure any thing regarding the rams clocks or memory profiles.


    also look for amd dual core optimizer and uninstall it (old games install this)
     
  3. jmmolol

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    I couldn´t find the 10bit tagging support in BIOS, and I don´t have anythig called amd dual core optimizer anywhere on my system I think.
     
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    Astyanax Ancient Guru

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    Radeon drivers default to MSI
     
  6. jmmolol

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    Is this it?
     

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