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This issue was resolved a few driver iterations ago and isn't correlated to DOOM/Vulkan RT, nor the 16.9.1 - 17.3.1 drivers. I just tested DOOM using the 17.3.1 drivers and couldn't replicate the issue in either Campaign, Arcade or Multiplayer. Although unlikely, this could perhaps be affecting a certain series of Radeon cards. So with that being said, please provide us the necessary information to begin troubleshooting your issue.
In all likely hood, incorrect voltage settings by the AIB are exasperated when using a certain driver as it may be more efficiently driving your cards performance, thus exposing this flaw in design. This occurs fairly often since all dies are slightly different. Hopefully that's all it is and if so, I can direct you creating a Radeon Wattman or MSI Afterburner profile that better suits DOOM, providing a more stable experience in game.
Either way, reply with the information and I'll have a look.
I kinda forgot to post my system specs, i'm sorry.
Windows 10 x64 home all updates
Intel Core i5 6600 non-k
Asus B150 Pro Gaming with latest BIOS
24GB HyperX Fury DDR4-2133
XFX RX480 GTR 8GB (the one with 1288Mhz) with Crimson 17.3.1
Samsung 850 EVO
Asus Xonar D1
AOC G2460FQ 144Hz
Actually, i have my GPU undervolted because the XFX is freaking loud, runs fine with 1,060 Volts with the reference 1265 Mhz.
Don't worry, i also tried the stock voltages and frequency, still flickering with all Anti-Aliasing modes and no AA, exept SMAA is working super fine.
Maybe i should also mention, just to be fair, that i'm having this flickering issue since DooM update #5 back in december. I also posted this issue in the Bethesda forums, since i was unsure if the driver causes the problem or the game had some bugs.
And yes, of course, i did a clean driver uninstall and install, i uninstalled and reinstaled DooM again, i repaired it before that etc. So i pretty much did everything i can. All other games work fine.
So, it's almost a week since i posted my full specs. Any ideas?