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New build but games are laggy

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Posted · Original PosterOP

So I recently just finished my build.

Ryzen 3800x

Asus rog strix x570-e

Trident z neo cl16 3600 16gb

Radeon vii

Two nvme ssds

It's water-cooled

 

It seems games just appear choppy at time, CPU load isn't high nor temperatures. Gpu is usually at 99% and overclocked to 1950/1200. Ram is at DOCP settings. Also sometimes I get q codes for ram issues. I did tests and it passed them for memory testing. Should I raise voltage or something? All drivers are up to date as well. New BIOS version.

 

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Unfortunately AMD VEGA drivers are pretty crap right now, I have the same issues with my RX 5700 (different card, same chipset). Its mostly just luck atm. Try DDU then a fresh install of drivers.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
3 minutes ago, Guiltyx said:

Unfortunately AMD VEGA drivers are pretty crap right now, I have the same issues with my RX 5700 (different card, same chipset). Its mostly just luck atm. Try DDU then a fresh install of drivers.

It's all clean install. But this happens on desktop as well.so confused about what's happening

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My suggestion would be to remove the overclock and revert to as many default/stable settings as you can then see if the problem persists, assuming you haven’t done that already. I’m no expert but good luck ? 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 hour ago, Platinum 8180 said:

My suggestion would be to remove the overclock and revert to as many default/stable settings as you can then see if the problem persists, assuming you haven’t done that already. I’m no expert but good luck ? 

Well I left CPU at stock, I was gonna lower voltage some but left it alone. I guess I can run RAM at stock since that's all I changed 

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