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r9 390 Anti-Alias Issue

Question asked by abdiyohan on Oct 14, 2015

So I just got an the MSI r9 390 and have noticed that Battlefield 4 crashes on Ultra settings (1920×1200) when trying to transition maps. Looked it up and it’s a problem with anti aliasing being turned on. Turned it off and it runs fine. That being said, I don’t want to turn it off. Would anyone here know if this could be a problem with the voltage and if I need to change that due to some issue with the r9 390? Or could it be a driver issue?

 

I'll post my rig, but it's a bit odd. I've got some ancient stuff. That being said, the cpu has never been problem. When gaming in Battlefield 4, the CPU runs at 60° and runs at about 60% load. I've heard that the PCI-e 2.0 16x is not really a big bottleneck and shouldn't cause problems. In addition to this, I've seen that other people with newer MOBO/CPU combos are having this same problem elsewhere on the internet, but I haven't found a forum post where someone has posted an answer to the problem so I figured I'd try here.

 

MOBO: Gigabyte GA P55A UD3 (1156 socket type, PCI-e 2.0 16x)
CPU: i7 860
GPU: MSI R9-390 Gaming 8G
RAM: 16 GB of DDR3 (1600)
PSU: 750w

 

Thank you for your help! Let me know if you need more info.

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