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  1. I followed this video on it. Did they do something different than me?
  2. So I've been undervolting my 3060ti, but I'm not sure that I'm doing it right. Here's my current settings in Afterburner. I've been running Time Spy Test 1 only @ 1080p and when I had it at stock I got around 113fps, with a 950Mhz core clock I got around 117fps and at 1000Mhz, it's now around 122fps.
  3. Try to play a video in another browser such as Firefox or Edge and see if the issue persists. If it remains isolated to Chrome, then try a reinstall of Chrome.
  4. Under default settings it was only at 3600-ish mbs of VRAM usage and I was still getting drops. I even tried the game with it using a total of around 2GB of VRAM total and still was running into issues. Not as much as higher settings, but still much more than the card should be getting normally. I also made sure that the cards in the videos were also only 4GB or VRAM. Video 1 Video 2 Video 2 has the intro of the game where in their video I was getting ~30FPS average on lower settings while they're getting well above 60FPS.
  5. The main issue is tons of FPS drops and the render scale dropping constantly in Doom Eternal. My build consists of a RX 570 4GB (Factory OC), stock Ryzen 3 2200G, 16GB of Corsair Vengeance OC'd @ 3000Mhz, with a Asus PRIME B450-Plus. I monitored the usage of each of the parts with Riva and the in-game performance metrics and all I can see is the Graphics Cards constantly at 100%, while the CPU is mostly around 70% but never 100. I assumed this was a Graphics Card bottleneck, but I saw many other people on Youtube with the exact same card, getting well above 60FPS in the exact areas I'm having
  6. So I've had my RX570 for a while now and as of recently when I'm watching youtube or even some videos through mpv, there is a massive spike in usage. I didn't update any graphics drivers so I don't think that's an issue. I'll have these massive spikes when there's just 2 tabs open (Youtube and some reddit page) so there should be any background tabs or etc; using it so much. I have Chrome set to hardware accelerate but I'm not sure such high graphics usage for Youtube and Reddit is needed. I've attached a picture from the AMD performance tool since Task manager doesn't report usage properly (I
  7. yes, my CPU usage is well below even 70% according to Task Manager and even the in-game performance measurements.
  8. I've been playing some Doom Eternal and I've been having severe performance issues and I'm not sure why. Everything is up to date but my GPU has much more issues with the game than others. I was watching this to see other users performance on the game and they're able to get much better performance than me, despite almost identical specs. I have to keep everything at the lowest possible settings to get a barely stable 60fps, while they're able to get 60+ on ultra nightmare. Anyone have any idea why this is the case ? There isn't any background processes taking up resources as far as I can tel
  9. So if I were to OC the RAM speed to 3200MHz then Windows would report 1600MHz which would be 3200MT/s
  10. I was in task manager trying to get some performance charts when running a program and noticed my RAM's frequency was only 1500MHz. I went into bios and it's set to 3000MHz. I thought Task Manager was just reporting the wrong info but even CPU-Z has the same frequency showing. CPU: Ryzen 3 2200g (Non-OC) (GPU part manually disabled in BIOS) RAM: Corsair Vengeance 16gb 2x8gb (stock 3000MHz) M/B : Asus Prime B450-PLUS
  11. I've heard similar things from other laptops in the past, but its been becoming more frequent for me recently, where during normal web browsing, youtube, gaming, etc; a weird distorted noise plays and performance goes weird. During watching videos(YT) the audio gets messed up and a frame gets stuck for a few second(s) longer then goes back to normal. When gaming and the distorting occurs, the game audio acts like it does when watching videos, and performance goes from 110fps, to 1-2fps and then goes back to normal. I have no clue what this is, and I'm not sure if its a cooling issue(distorting
  12. I'm using a CORSAIR Carbide 100R Mid-Tower Case which has a filter on the bottom, but the legs are so low that I'm not sure how well airflow would be.
  13. I wasn't sure as to keep the PSU facing downwards or upwards as the case legs were small and I'm not sure how well the airflow would be considering the graphics card fan, is facing it also. The case is a CORSAIR Carbide 100R Mid-Tower Case.
  14. So I'm still having the issue, and I've contacted Asus for this and they're working on it, but another issue, is my new Corsair PSU makes this buzzing noise when playing games or under load. its not like the previous PSU where is made the noise cause of the cable. Any clue for the PSU making noise ?
  15. I bought a new Corsair 550watt PSU and it appears to still haven't solved this issue....
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