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5700 XT stuttering

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Posted · Original PosterOP

so i just got the Asus 5700 XT strix. very neat card (matches my asus board very well), but sadly running into bad stuttering. i already DDU twice (safe mode), disabled all overlays, latest drivers. all games i've tested are on an ssd. i had the 1070 previously and it hasn't stuttered this bad. gonna try reinstalling windows 10 but that's a major pain 

 

thinking about either RMA or just returning it

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The 5700 XT drivers aren't completely fixed so it could be that you might just have to return it for now and save the money for when the drivers are fixed, or get a Nvidia GPU like the 2070S (if you need the performance now)

 

Otherwise, there are a few fixes you might try. Do you have MSI Afterburner or any other OC software? If so, remove it and see if that fixes the problem. You could also try reinstalling WIn10, like you said, as a last resort before returning the card.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
24 minutes ago, MrBrightSyde said:

The 5700 XT drivers aren't completely fixed so it could be that you might just have to return it for now and save the money for when the drivers are fixed, or get a Nvidia GPU like the 2070S (if you need the performance now)

 

Otherwise, there are a few fixes you might try. Do you have MSI Afterburner or any other OC software? If so, remove it and see if that fixes the problem. You could also try reinstalling WIn10, like you said, as a last resort before returning the card.

i was debating 2070s, it's kinda outside my budget tho. wanted the evga cards but way too high premium

 

uninstalled msi afterburner and rivatuner, stutters slightly less but still poor performance. 

for reinstall windows 10, should i do a fresh install or keep settings and stuff ?

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30 minutes ago, Techicolors said:

for reinstall windows 10, should i do a fresh install or keep settings and stuff ?

If you have another drive, I would back-up any files you want to save on it, and do a fresh install on the OS drive. If you don't have another drive, you should keep the settings and stuff.

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The ROG Strix has Firmware issues as well, it's actually a bad purchase as far as premium 5700 XT's are concerned...

 

Either ways ASUS very recently released an update to the Firmware to help fixing these issues, you can check it on this video:

It's already on the right time.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
On 12/8/2019 at 3:45 PM, MrBrightSyde said:

If you have another drive, I would back-up any files you want to save on it, and do a fresh install on the OS drive. If you don't have another drive, you should keep the settings and stuff.

just fresh reinstall, stutters slightly less but still noticeable. 

 

2 hours ago, Patrick A said:

@Techicolors @MrBrightSyde

Turning off Enhanced Sync seems to work for most.

already off

 

2 hours ago, Princess Luna said:

The ROG Strix has Firmware issues as well, it's actually a bad purchase as far as premium 5700 XT's are concerned...

 

Either ways ASUS very recently released an update to the Firmware to help fixing these issues, you can check it on this video:

It's already on the right time.

dang that sucks, guess i'll have to return it soon. pita :/

 

but it seems the stuttering stems from the card downclocking for no reason even when there's a clear gpu load. tried raising power target, volt etc. no avail. luckily news today that new drivers will be out hopefully that does the trick 

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21 hours ago, Techicolors said:

just fresh reinstall, stutters slightly less but still noticeable. 

 

already off

 

dang that sucks, guess i'll have to return it soon. pita :/

 

but it seems the stuttering stems from the card downclocking for no reason even when there's a clear gpu load. tried raising power target, volt etc. no avail. luckily news today that new drivers will be out hopefully that does the trick 

Personally I haven't had any issues since I uninstalled Radeon Settings. It's a shit fix but the stuttering is gone. Just be warned, without the Radeon Settings you are basically relying on game and program display interfaces entirely.

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