HI, so recently I've purchased a AMD GIGABYTE RX 5700 Gaming OC card, and while game performance has generally been a mixed bag due to AMD's drivers, there's this specific issue that really rubs me the wrong way, and I wanted to know if anyone here has been experiencing this.
Okay, so specifically in Battlefield V, I've noticed that, while my framerate is higher than my GTX 970, there's some stutter present, which my GTX 970 didn't have, and then, the juicy part.
I can't even finish a match, after a couple minutes, my TWO monitors will just randomly go black for a couple seconds, and then I'm kicked back to my Windows 10 Desktop, so in my head, I thought Battlefield V was the one crashing, but then I installed AppCrashViewer, and I realized that my Battlefield V NEVER crashed, it just closed, in fact, what's crashing is the AMD Radeon Software, AKA the drivers.
Now I know recent driver patch notes mention a similar issue, but it's a bit vague, so what I'm asking is,
Are any of you reading this having this issue in Battlefield V, DirectX 11? I don't mind if you don't have a fix to suggest, I just want to make sure I'm not the only one having this issue.
Ryzen 7 2700x
16 GB of RAM (Dual channel)
game is installed in an SSD
Drivers: 20.2.1, though 20.1.3 and 20.1.4 have the same issue.
and obviously my RX 5700
Same problem, Battlefield V suddenly closed
Ryzen 7 3700X
16 GB RAM
Monitor Benq EX3203R . QHD + 144 Hz + Antilag enabled + Enhanced sync enabled
Drivers: 20.2.1 ( though 20.1.3 )
Yes, same problem here. A temporary fix for me was installing with DDU the 19.12.1 drivers and switching the refresh rate of the monitor to 120hz (from 144hz) on windows (Settings/Display/Advanced display settings/Display adapter proprieties for Display 1/Monitor) everytime I wanted to play a game. But in the game settings I set the refresh rate to 144hz. This works for me for BFV/BF1/Battlefront 2. Every driver after that one always crashes unless I switch to borderless mode but then I lose over 10-30fps and it stutters.
Update to latest chipset driver help me https://www.amd.com/en/support/chipsets/amd-socket-am4/x570
no BFV crashes for 10 days
but still have a problem with video from youtube(some videos) - only in chrome browser ( edge browser is ok )
I have found a temporary solution until they fix the drivers for Battlefield v (if they fix it). The solution is incredibly easy but 100% effective, is to put the game in window mode. This change will allow us to play Battlefield v everything we want without cracking until Radeon takes out decent drivers for Batterfield V in the 5700 series. Is a 300 IQ solution.
It seems that both driver 19.8.1 and 19.12.1 fix this problem. Any newer driver remains problematic. I know a lot of people are trying different things and there are some that are claiming success. But the crashes are truly random. You might crash before the game loads or you might play for two straight hours before the crash comes. The legacy driver fix really works, folks!