I bought yesterday new Shappire AMD RX 5700 XT Nitro+ Special Edition and installed new amd adrenalin driver 19.12.3 and Update Windows all... worked all good testet Benchmarks and that GPU can up to 2050 MHZ without Problems! But when I start Starcraft 2 and play it I see the FPS is so slow Avg less than 45 FPS.... before I got nVidia GTX 970 never had that Problem with Starcraft 2 FPS up to 60....
How is that possibile that sapphire radeon rx 5700 xt nitro+ special edition less than 40 FPS under Starcraft 2 and Call of Duty WW2? I see my friend get over 160+ FPS... that impossibile why I have less than 40 FPS...
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use DDU to clean both AMD and Nvidia Drivers
i assume you havent cleaned your Nvidia driver - and now strange stuff happens
Is this the game?
System Specs please? Also which version of Adrenalin Driver are you running?
I will test it on this: Maximus running with a single Primary RX Vega 64 Liquid.
Please post the in game options you use and what settings you are running with in Adrenalin Global and Game Profile settings.
Meantime check that you have turned off Chill in Global and Profile settings.
Chill is more than capable of killing your FPS.
I will give you immediately some numbers on same system but with PowerColor RX Vega 56 Red Dragon Primary GPU running at stock clocks with these graphics settings:
Looking at this scene:
I am testing using Adrenalin 2020 19.12.3.
Turning on "Enhanced Sync" is crippling framerates, dropping to <=12 FPS in cutscenes.
Running with Enhanced Sync on seems to work fine as long as FPS >=60.
As soon as it drops below 60, it tanks down FPS = 12 and lower.
black-scorpion I definitely recommend running DDU on the Nvidia drivers as posted by Benman above. You may be seeing the higher numbers on benchmarks and anything new you install now as opposed to previously installed software. Some games and apps may even need to have their caches or any dynamically created content reset when switching between drivers (AMD to Nvidia and vice versa).