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Is something wrong with my RX560?

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Recently built a cheap computer to play some games with friends, and my graphics card has been acting up, I ran Kombustor on it and it was getting 11FPS, after updating drivers it shot up to 80FPS, the next day it was back down to 11fps, I updated the drivers again just to see even though it was the same update and it shot right back up to 80fps. Now the same thing again this morning, I'm really in the dark here and any help would be appreciated.

 

CPU: Intel Pentium Gold G5400

GPU: MSI RX560 4GB 

Motherboard: Gigabyte H310M S2P

Ram: Corsair Vengeance 8GB

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Plugging video cables into your gpu right?

 

Use DDU to uninstall the drivers and reinstall them

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15 minutes ago, jon9044 said:

Now the same thing again

Windows likes to automatically default your pc which has been a huge problem for the windows users, but who knows what bill gates and the windows team want besides your info, they obviously did it on purpose at first but who really knows now.

 

Have you checked the Task Manager and run a virus scan?

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Make sure to download the latest driver from AMD (I'm on 18.10.1 on my VEGA 64 and it's fine thus far) And DDU (Display Driver Uninstaller) and have them available in your computer. Restart in Safe Mode (press and hold Shift key and 'Restart' from the usual 'Start' tab), be sure to disable WiFi or disconnect your ethernet cable before restart (this is to prevent Windows from installing some random old driver which may fubar your installation), Upon restart and entering Safe Mode, install the driver and restart normally....it should work properly this time.

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What is your PSU?

Also try downgrading your graphics card driver and see if it returns to better frame rate.

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20 hours ago, jon9044 said:

Recently built a cheap computer to play some games with friends, and my graphics card has been acting up, I ran Kombustor on it and it was getting 11FPS, after updating drivers it shot up to 80FPS, the next day it was back down to 11fps, I updated the drivers again just to see even though it was the same update and it shot right back up to 80fps. Now the same thing again this morning, I'm really in the dark here and any help would be appreciated.

 

CPU: Intel Pentium Gold G5400

GPU: MSI RX560 4GB 

Motherboard: Gigabyte H310M S2P

Ram: Corsair Vengeance 8GB

What O.S. are you running? If it's Windows 10 it could be reverting the drivers.

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40 minutes ago, grss1982 said:

What O.S. are you running? If it's Windows 10 it could be reverting the drivers.

Had a weird experience yesterday, I was mucking around with the skin of the MSI AfterBurner (adjusting theme, transparency) when I'd noticed that I was on Adrenalin 17.9, I went, "WTF?!". It was supposed to be 18.10.1, how could it change driver? Needless to say, I went to Safe Mode, uninstalled 17.9 with DDU , rebooted and installed 18.10.1 again. Now, when I start my rig, I would check driver version to see if this strange behavior recurs....not a hassle since I'd always run MSI AB and I can see the driver version on the main panel.

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I used DDU, and restarted my computer then installed the driver after that it was preforming the way it should then the next day same thing. It's like whenever I turn the PC off I have to update uninstall the driver then reinstall it for it to work.

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On 10/28/2018 at 11:38 PM, kingknightrider said:

What is your PSU?

Also try downgrading your graphics card driver and see if it returns to better frame rate.

My PSU is EVGA 450 BT 80+ Bronze 450W

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