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  1. No I don't, If I had I would have tested already It's a bit silly to buy a new one, just to find out that it is not part of the issue.
  2. Well, nobody seems to be able to help me, but I have some extra info. I hope this helps to get towards a solution. This is a recording of a session of PUBG I played earlier today. It's only recorded at 60fps, but never the less you barely see the stuttering. You can see some of it at 5:50 but it's very limited. That surprised me, to be honest. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0r1C3y3ozMw What more important to know is that my GPU has a led bar that indicated how big the workload is. I noticed that when I get severe stutters, the ledbar flashes off for a fraction of a second before going back to full load. It also cancels the white noise it makes when under full load for a fraction of a second. Can this be power unit related. I have a CoolerMaster G550M at the moment. Is this not sufficient for my setup? Is there any way to test this? Whoever is able to help me, thank you in advance. I owe you big time.
  3. I removed my drivers in safe mode with DDU and installed the CrimsonReLive 17.40 drivers, with little effect. I don't think it's driver related. Anyone else has some suggestions?
  4. I use the Adrenalin 2019 drivers, I didn't even know there was an alternative. I'll look into it and let you know if it worked. Thanks!
  5. is chrome open in background? - No. try disabling second monitor - I tried that, does not work. are you playing in window or full screen? - I tried both. what are your temps?(cpu and gpu) - They are well within acceptable levels. does this happen in other games? - It happens in Valley Benchmark too.
  6. Dear community, I have some problems with my AMD setup when gaming, that can't seem to get solved. After a few days of intensive searching, I hope I can get some help here because I'm all out of ideas. The problem, simply put, is that in games, I get stuttering while having a high FPS rate (far above 60fps that is). This is the most obvious and frequent in PUBG. I also notice it in CS:GO (but it's rare) and sometimes when doing a Valley benchmarktest. It looks like some frames are dropped, but I can't find any evidence of this in loggings. I used to think my processor (I had a Ryzen 3 1200) was the issue, but after upgrading to a Ryzen 5 2600 I still have the same issues. My complete setup: CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 2600 GPU: AMD RX Vega 56 SSD: SanDisk SSD Plus 240GB HDD: Seagate Barracuda 1TB (2016) USB: WD Elements 25A3 4TB (backup drive) RAM: Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 3000 C15 2x8GB MBD: Asrock AB350M Pro4 Monitor 1: ROG Strix XG258Q @ 244fps Monitor 2: AOC G2460V @ 75fps UserBenchmark: https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/14042486 What I have tried so far: - Lower in game settings, with no result. I play PUBG at low settings anyway. - Deactivated tessallation mode in Radeon settings. - Changed the FlipQueueSize to 0x3100 using Radeonmod - Reinstalled all GPU drivers after a cleanup in safe mode - Disabled Freesync & Adaptive Sync on my display - Capping FPS to a max of 75fps - Disable HDCP support - Format C:/ drive and reinstall windows - Moved the game from HDD to SSD and back, I also tried clean installs on both drives - Gaming on one screen only, tried both of them Nothing solved my problems. I still have to much stuttering/screendrops in PUBG to make it enjoyable, in CS:GO it's rare but annoying when it occurs. The last few days, I also noticed that my main screen is sometimes flickering... Not too often and it never happens when gaming. It looks like "interference" for a second and then everything returns to normal. Can somebody please help me? I would be very grateful... I looked for help everywhere and I'm getting to the point we're I'm getting hopeless and wanting to give people a reward for the solution. If you need any further info, please don't hesitate to ask. I'll be happy to provide any info you might need. Kind regards, Cr1ngE.