Huge overload (91%) when running a simple program with MSI AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT
I have a problem with my GPU that noone around me could solve. I'm a professional poker player and I try to run a poker application called PPPoker on my relatively advanced system and for a mysterious reason, my GPU is showing 91% usage and can't process multiple tables at once which is strange because while these apps can put unexpected loads to systems, mine is still more than enough to handle. I tried to update every driver on my computer, play with settings at Radeon software etc. but nothing seems to work.
I'm not having issues anywhere else and only this program seems to be making problems. By the way, it's not a problem with the application as far lesser systems run it more smoothly. I'm pretty sure some kind of setting in the software or BIOS etc is wrong but I can't figure it out as I have no idea about these things. Whenever I run PPPoker, instantly GPU usage (according to Radeon software and/or task manager) jumps to 50%'s and whenever I start opening tables it reaches as high as 91%. Normally this setup should run around 10 tables without any problems but mine stops responding when I open 2-3 different tables. Open ones run normally without lag but I can't open new ones, neither can I do anything (browse, check settings, run something else etc.) Then when I start closing tables one by one, my previous tasks which I tried to run earlier start popping up one by one.
PS: When I check Task Manager's GPU Usage, I see that all load is in 'Copy' sector, it's like 90-100% and 3D etc are at 0%. Maybe something about this?