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UPDATE:

When I enable V-sync in game and enable OpenGL Triple Bufferin from my CCC, the FPS drops dissapear. This is really strange

Might be mildly unstable or TDP throttled.

If unstable, you might want to increase voltage or decrease clocks on core and vram, or if TDP throttled, increase power limit, if you didn't already. With MSI AfterBurner or comparable software.

I've heard things about R9 285/380 TDP throttling at stock settings so I'd definitely give higher power limit a shot first.
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Originally Posted by Tivan View Post

Might be mildly unstable or TDP throttled.

If unstable, you might want to increase voltage or decrease clocks on core and vram, or if TDP throttled, increase power limit, if you didn't already. With MSI AfterBurner or comparable software.

I've heard things about R9 285/380 TDP throttling at stock settings so I'd definitely give higher power limit a shot first.

I've increased the power limit with 20% , but no difference. And in my BIOS settings I only can increase the RAM voltage, not the CPU. How can I increase the voltage of my CPU if it's not in my BIOS? And should I increase the voltage of my RAM?
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