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sezer3636
Journeyman III

FPS DROP IN SMOKES

rx 6600xt-r5 5600-16gb ram
I have equipment. When you get into the smoke while playing Pubg, the average fps drops from 150 to 30-40 and many of my friends have the same problem. Nvidia users do not have this problem, now find a solution because I will switch to the nvidia side.

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ThreeDee
Paragon

Were you asking for help or demanding it? lol

Is your motherboards BIOS up to date? What motherboard are you running?

Do you have the latest AM4 chipset drivers installed from AMD.com?

Have you tried running the program called DDU to remove all past and present GPU drivers of whatever types of GPU's (AMD,Nvidia,Intel) you have ran on this install of Windows?

Is this a clean install of Windows with this hardware? .. or did you carry it over from a previous build?

Is your Windows install up to date?

What speed is your RAM actually running at? (Task Manager>Performance>Memory)

Are you overclocking anything?

How are your GPU and CPU temps?

What resolution do you play at? low, med, or high settings? Have you tried different graphical settings at all in game or in Radeon control panel?

What type of drive is PUBG installed on?

 


ThreeDee PC specs
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sezer3636
Journeyman III

bios is up to date.
b450 aorus elite v1.
chipsets are up to date.
Clean install of windows 11 was done.
windows license original.
ram 3200mhz cl16.
not overclocked.
my temperatures are cpu 50 degrees gpu 70 degrees. my game settings are 1440p, 100 scaling, smoothing high, everything else very low.
The game is installed on a 3000mb/1700mb m2 ssd. I have no problems with any other games.

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and i see on forums many people using rx 6600xt are having the same issue as me.

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