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Journeyman III

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. 


My system is as follows:

CPU: AMD Ryzen 9 5950x

Motherboard: MSI Meg X570 Godlike

GPU: MSI AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT Mech 2X OC 12GB DDR6 192Bit

RAM: GSkill Trident Z RGB F4-4400C19D 64GB

PSU: MSI MPG A850GF 850W 80+

SSD: WD Black SN850 1TB


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. 


Any idea?


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?

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