What happens if you use the driver version before the issue happened? Have you used DDU to do a clean driver installation? Have you submitted a second support ticket (low level Sapphire support isn't the greatest sometimes)? vaporx.
I have not have tried to roll back to those drivers because they were old enough to cause other kind of problems (14.x.x) and the next best thing is to roll back to the earliest knowing functioning 16.x.x, which will take a while to figure out
Of course, the next best thing after that is to have a proper fix in the future by AMD
A clean Installation of the 16.2 Drivers seems to have tentatively fixed most of the problems (video players, browsers and most media works fine)
Installation of 16.2 Drivers still cause issues when opening media in latest Chrome
Earlier driver versions seem to have expired certificates and are unavailable to download from the AMD site
Installation of 15.11.1 Drivers (15.30.1025.1001) seems to present the same Issue of the 16.2 drivers with Chrome
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I am always suspicious of 144hz issues. Did you try dropping refresh to 120hz and/or a new quality cable to the monitor?
I think it's probably a driver error, and you might just be stuck with an older driver version for a while. I suggest submitting a bug report if either of the other two things does not work.
After dropping the refresh rate to 120Hz all the issues seem to be completely gone with the 15.11.1 drivers (15.30.1025.1001)
I will try to reinstall the latest drivers and test again to make sure
After a clean install of the latest drivers, everything is working as it should.
Thanks for the help