I recently bought a RX 7900 XT from Micro Center. Then a RX 7900 XTX became available and I got that version. Both cards are Reference models. To my surprise, the XTX didn’t perform better than the XT… even slightly worse. I have the latest driver 23.2.2.
Lenovo P620, Threadripper Pro 3945 WX, 1000W power supply.
7900 XT for me. been trying to figure out what the hell is wrong with this card. timespy is 1500 pts low, furmark is 3000 pts low, and the FPS is comparable to a 6800XT.
I lost 9.3% average Combined Score in 3D Mark Pro at 4K 2 X MSAA to the new drivers...
RX 7900 XTX...
I think when the 6900 came out, similar problems would happen. People would have to wait for next driver update and then the problem would be fixed. People would have to find the right updates or they had issues with GPU
I bought a 7900XT at Micro Center and it worked fairly well... not as good as I hoped. Then they had a 7900XTX available... I returned it to get that one. Unfortunately, it was an open box, but I did get a discount for that. Gave it a try and it performed worse than the 7900XT. AMD store finally had the 7900XTX available again, bought it and returned the open box to Micro Center. I definitely noticed the PC 7900XTX throttling when doing benchmarks. It crashed my computer twice, caused a BIOS error on first boot... so I guess I understand why it was an Open Box item. Hopefully, the AMD version has all its issues fixed now. I'll know next week.
The only suggestion I would make is to make sure you're using two separate power cables from your PSU, not a splitter. Also, use GPU-Z to make sure it's operating inf PCIe 4.0 mode.
I was using two separate PCIe 8 pin power feeds and CPU-Z did report PCIe 4.0 speed.
So.... after the update even slightly worse , some of the software like windows movie maker , freezes when trying to trim the video , in games we lost performance (BF2042 from ~200fps down to 140 sometimes to 100 , R6 Siege from 450 to 350 sometimes goes to 120 and the list goes on) but some of the stuttering went away . My opinion, but not from the point of view regarding as a top videocard but as as simple video card this is not functional , this is a beta product , AMD please can I sell you back this card for half of the price I paid (1500euro) so I can get back my old pc runinng . RLY is there any way ?
My configuration is
Motherboard Aorus Elite AX z590
Nvme M2 XPG or Samsung (I try to move the games and apps)
PSU 1000w Corsair Gold
Display Alienware aw2723df
No OC is done , I tried everything with oc , without , disable feature like sam , above 4g decoding , updating and downgrade of bios . Windows 11 and back to win 10 .
I don’t know if it’s the AMD video driver or it’s Windows itself… I’ve definitely noticed after uninstalling the 23.2.2 driver, my NVMe performance is degrading by 25%! I haven’t found a solution other than reinstalling Windows. Perhaps your issues is related to the problem I’ve encountered…
There's something going on, my NVME write degraded 50%, still haven't figured it out, Is it Windows or AMD chipset drivers?
So yes , there are some problems with samsung nvme , just search youtube you will find some videos(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DoAFzdz0h5M&t=9s&ab_channel=JayzTwoCents) I hope I don't brake any rules for posting this. Now regarding the problems I ecounter with this card is not related with the config because I just had a 3080 before and worked perfect . I also tested on xpg nvme because the os is install on 1TB Samsung nvme (after 4 moths still 100% life) and I have 2x 1TB Nvme of XPG Gaming something and there was no difference . I just notice that if you install the old way the video card , like going to device manager and update from there without of AMD software the stuttering goes away but you have less performance .
After the latest update I just fresh reinstalled the OS without any tunning or reinstalling the drivers , like everything clean and there is some improvement.
Please keep in mind I already did this like 4 time before but not with this driver .
I will update if they managed to fix or improve something .
I have some updates , I just installed windows 11 because the new AMD driver corupted my OS.
Thank you so much AMD , I just search if someone has this problems , yup , lots of people .
I am not suprised that none will buy my video card , even almost half the price 60% , only after 2-3 months of using it.
This is your graphics card flagship , AMD could of won at least 70% of the gaming community with a normal product like if this was equal to the 4080 a lot of people would have purchased this card insted of nvidia because of that pin connector issue , it was very simple , we did not care if you are not able to compete with 4090 .
This is my last comment , I will not post here , I will remove this card and maybe someone will buy it instead I will go back to the green world .
The sad part in my country (Romania) if the testing goes well like 3dmark and furmark you will not get refund even if you send all this stuff and errors that ocur they blame the vendor that created the game , from their perspective no issue with the product .
Hope your problems will get solved , from my experience this was a scam because this product is not finished .
All the best !
Sorry to hear that. All PC products have bugs\known issues in drivers. There are millions of configurations they have to work with. The link you provided, that has nothing to do with nvme performance. If you do a factory reset, it will not just remove the graphic drivers, but also the chipset drivers so on restart, the system couldn't boot. The workaround is to not do a factory reset when you install the driver. AMD is working on a fix.
I think you should give it a bit more time before giving up.
I got my new RX 7900 XTX today... it definitely runs better than the previous card. It doesn't run hot at all... which the other card was experiencing.
I use Passmark’s software for benchmarking my computer. I’ve discovered doing each video test separately can increase your scores immensely. The monitor refresh rate is key in doing these video benchmarks. Using 60Hz for the DirectX 9, 10 and 11 tests will give you the best results. Using your maximum refresh rate on DirectX 12 will give you the best score… at least with my 1920x1080p monitor. The last test, GPU Compute… using the lowest refresh rate will give you the highest score.
Personally the monitor’s refresh rate shouldn’t affect test results so much, but it does and if you’re using Passmark’s or Userbenchmark’s benchmark software, the monitor’s refresh rate will definitely effect your score significantly.
I had definitely figured the primary cause of my NVMe hardware slowdown. Using any of the Windows 11 insider builds… Beta, Dev and Canary all effect NVMe read/write performance by 20%. I originally did a clean install and tested my drive and it was great. I then went to the Beta build and… 20% slowdown occurred. I attempted to upgrade to Dev (now Canary) and it failed to install. I did a “clean install” (USB) of Dev and it installed properly. The same NVMe performance loss was present. I returned to Build 22H2, updated everything and NVMe performance was great again.
I mention this as whatever is effecting NVMe is effecting the PCIe lanes… GPU’s and NVMe are PCIe devices and would experience loss of performance.
I wonder if you upgraded CPU if the problem would fix...Its a very good cpu, but maybe ?
I still stand by this!!!
I'm having the same issue 3d mark score of 7500 running 1920x1080 My nvidia 2080 ti is clocking much faster. I rolled back all the drivers and still same issue. My 1st time buying an AMD card and starting to regret it. Also did comparsion benchmarks with heaven and a few more and with all it performed considerably lower than my rtx 2080 ti.
This is not what someone would typically expect.
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What are your GPU and Hotspot temps?
mid-60/80 max. But then again I have 5 case fans and a GPU fan, my case cooling is very efficient and changing the fan curve works too, the card cooling is excellent.
I figured something though, my motherboard is garbage, both CPI_E1 slot and the BIOS are causing a lot of trouble, this GPU is excellent, it has a lot of potential as it demonstrated during the tests I conducted in January when I first installed it.
Since I had different drivers and the issues with PCI_E slot and BIOS creeped in I can't really tell which part of the loss can be attributed to the AMD driver, but they certainly don't help performances.
Win 11Pro. Corsair RM1000X PSU. MSI MEG X570S ACE MAX, AMD Ryzen 7 5800X 3D, Sapphire Radeon RX 7900 XTX Nitro+ Vapor-X 24GB GDDR6., 32 GB G.SKILL TridentZ RGB Series 64GB (4 x 16GB) RAM Cl14 DDR4 3600, Thrustmaster HOTAS WARTHOG Thrustmaster, TWCS Throttle, PICO 4 256GB.
The MSI MEG X570S ACE MAX will soon be replaced by an Asus TUF X570
What hardware are you running?
My bad I missed the part where you literally posted your setup.