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post #1 of 32 (permalink) Old 04-10-2019, 09:59 PM - Thread Starter
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Vega 64 Stability Issues

Hey all, I'm getting really irritated with my Vega 64 dropping GPU usage far too frequently. no matter what the setting is.

2700x
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vega 64 x2, crossfire disabled working on just the primary card
3200 cl14 ddr4
asus CH7 mobo


the power cables are the individual 8 pins also. Whether it be gaming or stress testing, the GPU load/Frequency just doesn't sit right. it will be sporatic as hell in gaming bouncing from 70-99% load, then while on heaven benchmark trying to adjust things it will be 99-100% with spikes down to 60% every few seconds causing screen stutters. I have tried undervolting, applying more voltage, resetting it all back to default. Issue still persists. I just want a reliable smooth gaming experience not this microstutter/GPU load drop that I continue to get.


running driver 19.4.1, has been doing this ever since I got the GPU's. What am I missing here
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post #2 of 32 (permalink) Old 04-10-2019, 11:22 PM
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Can you post a pic of heaven run using afterburner showing the gpu(s) clocks and temp?

HWINFO shows the vrm temps as well.
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Quote: Originally Posted by rdr09 View Post
Can you post a pic of heaven run using afterburner showing the gpu(s) clocks and temp?

HWINFO shows the vrm temps as well.
Stupid question, how do I insert the photo? its asking for me to provide a link.? I'm still a noob at this stuff
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nvm here it is
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nvm again drag n drop didn't work :/
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ffs finally figured out. here you go
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... testing my sanity here... https://imgur.com/a/nAmsP4E
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The card might be innocent. It could be your whole machine stuttering for a moment. I'm thinking this because the load on the card is shown as dropping. The card wants to work, but it isn't served a job by the machine for a moment.
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The card might be innocent. It could be your whole machine stuttering for a moment. I'm thinking this because the load on the card is shown as dropping. The card wants to work, but it isn't served a job by the machine for a moment.
finally got picture uploaded! and how could I pinpoint that? I mean everything is pretty much brand new, i only have games on here and utilities for monitoring system. 970 evo ssd, 2tb sshd for storage thats about all.
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Temps are quite good. I was hoping you'd include the GPU clocks. See example. The clock should be almost a straight line dropping only during cut scenes.

BTW, iirc, ULPS should be disabled when crossfired or even not. Find it under setting in MSI.

Also, do not combine apps like apps that came with the motherboard, gpu, or third-party app. Sometimes conflict can cause issues. I recall fraps and afterburner caused issues.
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