Vram clock stuck at 1750 as you can see on idle. Saphire Nitro+ 5700 XT latest driver after a fresh install of windows.
What you see on the picture is Vram Clock Speed at 1750 MHz whenever 240hz are active so theres clearly some issue in the driver since when i lower my refresh rate to 144hz Vram Clock Speed goes to normal values!
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I checked with the product team and their feedback is that depending on specific display configurations (resolution and refresh rate combinations) and background tasks, RX 5000 Series GPUs may maintain memory frequency to ensure an optimal user experience. This behavior is expected and does not impact the RX 5000 GPU in any way.
Changing refresh rate from 240 hz to 144hz drops the vram core clock down to normal values like 200 as you can see in the picture!
Setting my refresh rate back to 240 hz makes vram core clock to be stuck on 1750 mhz at all times even idle
Apparently your video card is not able to handle such demands
This is why I stick to 60 Hz panels which are already demanding enough at 3840x2160
what? its a 5700 XT what you mean apparently my gpu is not able to handle such demands lol?
its a driver issue its clear cant you see my pictures?