1 Reply Latest reply on Feb 25, 2016 6:30 AM by amdmatt

    Radeon R9 390 Core Clock Issue with Crimson Driver

    leonhard.pfeiffer@gmx.at

      Hi!

      I have two Radeon 390 graphic cards at home (in seperate computers).

      With Crimson Drivers installed i found the following issue: The core clock jumps between around 500 and 1000 Mhz. So in Games like GTA V and Dying Light the game stutters when the clock of the core is so low. I get 28-30 instead of 60 FPS. When the clock reaches 1000 Mhz again the stuttering is gone of course. This happens all the time...

      Is there a way or workaround to stop the core clock from getting too low?

      Will there be a fix in the next Crimson Driver?

      When i remove the Crimson drivers (I tested all versions) and install the latest Cataylst driver the issue is gone -> Core clock in games stays at 1000 Mhz, Not stuttering.

       

       

      Thanks in advance,

      Kind regards,