My Settings are all ULTRA + Resolution are 2560x1440 + with Vertical Sync is ON + Antialias ON... the same under 60 FPS low
OK I will run settings all ULTRA + Resolution are 2560x1440 + with Vertical Sync is ON + Antialias ON...
I will use RX Vega 64 Liquid this time.
Results to follow...
With the following settings, RX Vega 64 Liquid running at Balanced Profile:
FPS = 60 because monitor refresh rate is 60 and VSync is on.
AFPS = 200.
If I overclock the RX Vega 64 Liquid GPU I should be able to get much higher FPS than that.
Looks like your RX5700XT is broken drivers or BIOS or something.
Yes I did already used with DDU and removed all Drivers from ex nVidia and then restart PC with new Shappire RX 5700 XT Nitro+ Special Edition and have installed the acuall new Driver wadrenalin-2020-edition-19.12.3... For games with World War Z ,Wolfenstein 2 and the new Doom Game settings are all max also in Ultra with AntiAlias 16x and the resolution are 2560x1440 up to 110 FPS without anything Problem! But only StarCraft2 I did try already reset the Settings and try again… the same... look the screenshoot with MSI Afterburner… Sometimes the GPU at 1880 MHZ then 230 MHZ then 100 MHZ... weird… with GTX 970 never had problem always up to 70 FPS stable... thats impossibile... remember I have an Intel i7 4770
Ryzen 2700x running at 4.3 GHz.
It will matter more at 1080p though than 2K.
The additional cores on the Ryzen 2700X may not even help at all.
I think this is DX11 game and AMD GPUs usually underperform on DX11 unless it is a very well written DX11 game.
The GPU should be limiting the performance at 2K.
I Overclocked the RX Vega 64 Liquid and I get ~ 215 FPS running at GPU CLK = 1800MHz and HBM2 running at 1150MHz.
I used the Radeon Performance Overlay to get that FPS number. So the real number is probably a 3->5 FPS higher.
Any other use of the Adrenalin 2020 19.12.3 Overlay is causing a crash to desktop, black screen and sometimes crashing out the PC as well.
Perhaps DX9 isn't really supported or working properly on RX5700XT / Navi cards.
I remember this one.
I think all you can do is file an AMD Reporting Form.