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post #11 of 69 (permalink) Old 11-17-2019, 02:12 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by f-ben View Post
Sorry I am not sure which Threads you mean. I checked the SPPT Thread (if you mean this one) which sadly did not help.
Yeah I mean the thread where the card clocks down to like 300 mhz in games for some reason.
However that stutter you have in Heaven is not related to that 300 mhz downclock thing. I get the exact same thing in the exact same spot in Heaven on a Vega 64 (just looked).

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Quote: Originally Posted by Falkentyne View Post
Yeah I mean the thread where the card clocks down to like 300 mhz in games for some reason.
However that stutter you have in Heaven is not related to that 300 mhz downclock thing. I get the exact same thing in the exact same spot in Heaven on a Vega 64 (just looked).
That´s interesting, thanks for testing. Other than that your card is fine? No stutter in games?
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That´s interesting, thanks for testing. Other than that your card is fine? No stutter in games?
Nothing I haven't seen that also happened on a R9 290X.
You're not the first person who posted about problems with excessive downclocking on a 5700 XT.
My friend from Canada had that exact same problem in Apex Legends when he swapped from a GTX 1060 to a 5700 XT.
(it was running at 300 mhz in the game sometimes).

He said he fixed it by reinstalling the drivers.

I saw something 'similar' myself on my own system after the new Apex map a bit back, which tended to happen after you alt tabbed a few times. I fixed that completely by deleting and reinstalling easyanticheat from a guide about that problem (this was a known issue).

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I notice micro stutter after every GPU driver update, but it goes away after reboot or two.
Also seen on in game frame time graph.

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Monitor the card while running Heaven 4.0 in Fullscreen using Wattman. Disable all other apps like Afterburner. Take a screenshot of Wattman after the bench. Also note your score and checkout your Minimum FPS.

With the XT, you should be scoring higher. I don't notice any stutter in any scenes or anything out of the ordinary compared to my GTX 1060 and R9 290s.
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Monitor the card while running Heaven 4.0 in Fullscreen using Wattman. Disable all other apps like Afterburner. Take a screenshot of Wattman after the bench. Also note your score and checkout your Minimum FPS.
With the XT, you should be scoring higher. I don't notice any stutter in any scenes or anything out of the ordinary compared to my GTX 1060 and R9 290s.
I doubt there will be a surprise. Pretty sure the card will score better because in general is working pretty well (aside from the hickups). Will run as soon as I get home

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I doubt there will be a surprise. Pretty sure the card will score better because in general is working pretty well (aside from the hickups). Will run as soon as I get home
Pretty sure it will. Important thing is the clocks not fluctuating wildly. So, i advise to disable third-party app and use Wattman for now to monitor clocks, temps, etc.

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I'm seeing some bad stuttering in Far Cry 5 that weren't there on my 290. It is almost unplayable. But that's the only game. Other games are more or less normal, what I see with other people on youtube with different cards.

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Quote: Originally Posted by rdr09 View Post
Pretty sure it will. Important thing is the clocks not fluctuating wildly. So, i advise to disable third-party app and use Wattman for now to monitor clocks, temps, etc.
My results:
Stutter in 1080p was definitely present but not as bad as 720p windowed.
Stutter in 720p was definitely present but not as bad as 720p windowed

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I just realized one thing. If I do the same thing I did in the Video I posted. Looking at the Dragon and going left, right, left, right, and so on. If I time the stutter in the benchmark with the refreshrate of the graph in WattMan it looks like this:

So maybe it´s not only/just a GPU clock but a memory thing? I will upload a video again later today.
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