For some reason, after playing like, an hour or so, i start to get stuttering from pretty much any games that i play. Some games having Visual Glitches (Marvel's Avengers, Call of Duty - Modern Warfare, Counter Strike - Global Offensive, Grand Theft Auto V) and i am getting random FPS drops that doesn't really makes sense at all.
Motherboard : MSI B450M PRO-M2 MAX 4133MHz DDR4 AM4 M.2
CPU : AMD Ryzen 5 2600X
GPU : MSI AMD Radeon RX 5700 MECH OC
Ram : Corsair Vengeance Lpx 8Gb 3000mhz DDR4 x2
Power Supply : 600W (Cooler Master - Masterbox MB511's Power Supply)
Case : Cooler Master - Masterbox MB511 (RED)
Monitor : Samsung SyncMaster 2233 (i use VGA to HDMI)
Radeon Version : 20.10.1
What i've tried so far?
1 - I did an clean install of the latest drivers of GPU with using DDU
2 - Upgraded my BIOS and did a clean window's install.
3 - Deleted the games and re-installed them.
4 - Tried my GPU on another PC (My friend's PC)
5 - Tried my monitor on other PC (My friend's PC)
6 - Checked if its because of my VGA to HDMI converter (and no, i tried on PS4 and my friend's PC.)
7 - Checked if its Overheating. (CPU staying on 65 and GPU on 70)
8 - Downloading old drivers (Maybe i haven't found the best Version yet, so i am still open to try them.)
9 - Sent my CPU, GPU, Ram's to the warranty. Telling them what i've been experiencing. They found nothing at all.
10 - Undervolted my GPU.
11 - Made my fans go faster if it was an blind throttling.
And i am not sure if its bottlenecking since i don't think Ryzen 5 2600x as a bad CPU. But if it does then i guess i have to change my CPU.
In Marvel's Avengers, I have been experiencing random colored light orbs appearing on random locations that doesn't makes sense, and flashing whenever camera moves. Flashing rapidly and at some place, there was like 50 of them flashing constantly in a boss battle. Plus, the character's hair's looking like square dots, all pixel. Same goes with reflections and shadows.
In Call of Duty - Modern Warfare, whenever i launch the game. The menu freezes and gets back to itself rapidly for 3 to 4 times. And whenever i press the Load out, guns doesn't load or it just shows all black for great amount of 1 minutes, or 2. In Warzone i get random stutters while i can play on highest settings and still get 110FPS on the game. And whenever i open the sniper scope things gets really bright that i can't even see. And for some reason, reflections and shadows looks all pixel. Like little dots.
In Counter Strike - Global Offensive, its a game that many people having problem with but i get random stuttering's and visual glitches such as textures looking all black at some parts of the maps like Mirage, Dust 2, Train, Overpass and ETC. Whenever i get out from fullscreen to borderless fullscreen it goes away. Tho, its happening in the first place is weird.
In Grand Theft Auto V, same goes with Call of Duty, Reflections and Shadows looks all pixel, character's hair and other stuff looks all pixel as well. Like little square dots. Smoothing options doesn't work in either one. I get random Stutterings which doesn't makes sense at all.
Hell, even Minecraft for windows 10 having black cave textures, lighting doesn't work right and stuff. And i have no idea how to fix it.
Monitor : Samsung SyncMaster 2233 (i use VGA to HDMI)
This might be the problem. You should connect your box to a good TV without a converter adapter and try it out.
I did. I've tried with my friend's monitor as well which is direct HDMI connection. Sadly, it didn't worked. Still having stutters.
Take the test on the Userbenchmark website and share the result if you wish. Maybe we can see what affects performance in the system.
That might be the case, but i can't really get a new CPU. I don't really have a budget for getting a new one for now sadly. However i can try to trade for used one and see what we can do. But again, i don't really think that Ryzen 5 2600X is that bad of a CPU that bottlenecks 5700.
Your system and Windows setup and driver setup look fine. A change you make with Radeon Software can cause this problem. I also suggest you try your system with a FreeSync monitor. Similar problems will always occur if you are not using FreeSync.
You can use this before display driver installation.
You can use this link to download (and install) the latest display driver.
Clean display driver installation may reduce problems. Also some settings of the games may cause image distortion. Therefore, you can try to find the appropriate settings for the display driver for the games. The micro stutter problem is caused by not using a FreeSync monitor. Since you are not using a FreeSync monitor, you should try to play games by turning the game VSYNC setting off. In this way, stuttering is reduced, but tearing occurs. In short, there is no problem affecting your system performance. Goodbye...
Sadly, it didn't worked either. Which i've already tried deleting and doing a clean setup for drivers or Windows like I've said on my post.
As for my problem, it looks like this:
Ryzen 5 2600X and RX 5700 Stuttering - YouTube (And yes, it is my video.)
RX 5700 Call of Duty : Warzone | Max Settings | 1080p - 1440p - YouTube (And as you can see, this is how it should've been in max settings.)
At this point, i am not sure what is the real problem here. Which i do not think it is because of the monitor because i did tried putting my computer on my TV, and tried my monitor with a PS4 and my friend's PC which he has an Rx580. No stuttering, no nothing.