I am. And it's reproducible. I can reverse everything and it happens again. I invite you to try it yourself if you have the game.
I don't have that particular game. I have been playing Halo and Alien Swarm: Reactive Drop mostly
ASRD has its own collection of bugs as it is a community supported game.
Disappointing result :(
I still have with 75 Hz a memory clock of 1750 MHz in Idle !!
(with 60 Hz only 200 MHz)
Unnecessarily hot and loud, and AMD doesn't want help us
I have the same with two screens on 144Hz. So the 240Hz is not an issue at all. I can only solve it when i connect 2 screens of different make/model and scale one down to 120Hz or so.
I solved the issue. I just did put my $600 144Hz/1440p screens on 60Hz/1080p and the memory clock went as expected, dynamic and low on Idle.
Actually this is not a joke, but to solve the issue you have to degrade your High end system to a basic cheap system. We can conclude, Intel/Nvidia is high end, AMD is budget.
I hope you won't buy AMD in the future. Im actually debating whether buy any stuff from them, whether CPU or GPU. Once youve burned yourself you would be a fool to try again.
CPU's are great. GPU is a different thing. And in past, in the time of the ATI Radeon X1900 XT they had great cards and great drivers. And NVidia was not that good at all. I always favored AMD GPU's because they where stable and fast.
And with the RX580 my issues started when using dual screen. And I need dual screen for my work. And the reason i had an RX 580 was because I like AMD, but when I expected so much issues with Dual Screen then I never bought this card.