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Hey Guys I would like to join ^_^

Here is my build I have a sapphire r9 390x tri-x

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Originally Posted by Sgt Bilko View Post

I had some issues with GTA V earlier and it turned out to be Fraps messing with it, disabled it and everything was smooth

other option is to go into MSI Afterburner's settings and with the "unofficial overclocking mode" drop down change it to "without PowerPlay support", that locks the card to 3D clocks all the time so heat will be up but you won't have any clock speed fluctuations anymore smile.gif
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Originally Posted by OneB1t View Post

maybe 100ms pooling rate in afterbuner can also cause that (or in gpu-z)


I found something on the net for Killing Floor 2, that involves changing something about texture streaming in its .ini file. Looks like the game is using a shabby texture streaming which is mostly optimized for less vram usage but it turned up people with high-end cards have terrible stutters. I disabled that in ini file, went back to Crimson 16.1 and now the clock speed is not fluctuating like before. No hiccups etc.. Still some very slight fluctuates though but very rarely. So it's probably that texture streaming design is bottlenecking the vram and the gpu thinks there is low load for a moment and downclocks itself. It seems one part of the culprit is those lazy developers. Still, the biggest part is AMD's amazing drivers.
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Hey guys. Anyone experiencing some weird texture flickering? I don't have any pics right now unfortunately but I will try to post some later.

This is with the msi r9 390x

I was on 16.1 doing fine and then one day I launched AC Unity and whenever I go to a place with like shadows (for example) They continuously flicker when I look up and down. I can physically see the changes taking place. I'm 90 percent sure this isn't an artifact since it was only with shadows. So I turned off nvidia soft shadows and put it on regular high. This stopped that issue. The thing is I put over 100 hours into the game before that even started happening. Which is another reason why I'm confused. I still get minor shadow flickering from a distance.

On Battlefield 4 flames and smoke do the flickering. So I tried turning down the settings there but no cigar. There are also some blurry textures particularly in the distance. Like a side of a building will be blurry. Just a random building. Or a tv will have some weird lines until I get close to it.

These issues didn't start until I installed msi afterburner and overclocked to 1100/1525 (I don't think) It could have been I was just missing these issues but I highly doubt it. Voltage was at 20 as I was planning on doing some testing later but stopped when I saw these issues. This is nothing dangerous at all and I've overclocked much higher than this before so I doubt it's that.

What I've tried so far is a clean install of the latest drivers. Uninstalling the drivers regularly, then doing it again with ddu. Then doing a fresh install. Of course cancelling the overclock. Lowering in game settings. (and as i said in ac unity it helped a lot, but after 100 hours it shouldn't have started doing this at all).

Any suggestions at all would be wonderful.

Could it be the drivers??

I'm about to flip the bios switch on the card and test that.
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Originally Posted by Mysticking32 View Post

Hey guys. Anyone experiencing some weird texture flickering? I don't have any pics right now unfortunately but I will try to post some later.

This is with the msi r9 390x

I was on 16.1 doing fine and then one day I launched AC Unity and whenever I go to a place with like shadows (for example) They continuously flicker when I look up and down. I can physically see the changes taking place. I'm 90 percent sure this isn't an artifact since it was only with shadows. So I turned off nvidia soft shadows and put it on regular high. This stopped that issue. The thing is I put over 100 hours into the game before that even started happening. Which is another reason why I'm confused. I still get minor shadow flickering from a distance.

On Battlefield 4 flames and smoke do the flickering. So I tried turning down the settings there but no cigar. There are also some blurry textures particularly in the distance. Like a side of a building will be blurry. Just a random building. Or a tv will have some weird lines until I get close to it.

These issues didn't start until I installed msi afterburner and overclocked to 1100/1525 (I don't think) It could have been I was just missing these issues but I highly doubt it. Voltage was at 20 as I was planning on doing some testing later but stopped when I saw these issues. This is nothing dangerous at all and I've overclocked much higher than this before so I doubt it's that.

What I've tried so far is a clean install of the latest drivers. Uninstalling the drivers regularly, then doing it again with ddu. Then doing a fresh install. Of course cancelling the overclock. Lowering in game settings. (and as i said in ac unity it helped a lot, but after 100 hours it shouldn't have started doing this at all).

Any suggestions at all would be wonderful.

Could it be the drivers??

I'm about to flip the bios switch on the card and test that.

That's why I'm still on a previous CCC version (15.15).

A friend of mine has the same card and he still uses CCC version 15.7.1. without any issues.
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That's why I'm still on a previous CCC version (15.15).

A friend of mine has the same card and he still uses CCC version 15.7.1. without any issues.

Wait you're having these issues as well? And okay I will revert back to a previous driver. The thing is I've been on these drivers for a while now. Since release actually and this problem just started.

But I will definitely try reverting. I'm open to all suggestions right now lol
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I found something on the net for Killing Floor 2, that involves changing something about texture streaming in its .ini file. Looks like the game is using a shabby texture streaming which is mostly optimized for less vram usage but it turned up people with high-end cards have terrible stutters. I disabled that in ini file, went back to Crimson 16.1 and now the clock speed is not fluctuating like before. No hiccups etc.. Still some very slight fluctuates though but very rarely. So it's probably that texture streaming design is bottlenecking the vram and the gpu thinks there is low load for a moment and downclocks itself. It seems one part of the culprit is those lazy developers. Still, the biggest part is AMD's amazing drivers.

do you have SSD? biggrin.gif
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do you have SSD? biggrin.gif

Yeah, but KF2 is installed on a HDD. So you think it's cacheing the textures to page file, instead of ram or that huge 8GB vram? I guess it's possible. After disabling that texture streaming, vram usage jumps from 1.7/1.8 GB to 3/3.5 GB. Hiccups in the Lords of the Fallen was probably caused by a similar thing.
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My MSI 390x still can't play just Walfenstein Old Blood without problems, picture disorder, some lines all the time even with new catalyst.
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Wait you're having these issues as well? And okay I will revert back to a previous driver. The thing is I've been on these drivers for a while now. Since release actually and this problem just started.

But I will definitely try reverting. I'm open to all suggestions right now lol

Yeah had a few problems with my drivers aswell. When I first bought my R9 390 DC3OC I installed the lastest at the time, but they were a bit dodgy, so i uninstalled and installed 15.15. (Which was the most stable driver that was released. Without installing Gaming Evold app ofc.)
Haven't had any issues since. Can play Black Ops 3 maxed out for hours on end, without any issues.

Also make sure you don't install the gaming evolved app. If you untick that option before you install, it will decrease the chance of problems.
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Yeah had a few problems with my drivers aswell. When I first bought my R9 390 DC3OC I installed the lastest at the time, but they were a bit dodgy, so i uninstalled and installed 15.15. (Which was the most stable driver that was released. Without installing Gaming Evold app ofc.)
Haven't had any issues since. Can play Black Ops 3 maxed out for hours on end, without any issues.

Also make sure you don't install the gaming evolved app. If you untick that option before you install, it will decrease the chance of problems.

Thank you for the suggestion. Unfortunately it didn't work. I reverted back to 3 drivers and tested ac unity with all of them. I did the crimson from december.

Then I did the catalysts from the months before including all the way to 15.11.

This might be something hardware related frown.gif. God I would hate to rma.
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