need system info .. like ram exactly and everything please.
i see 4 humps on the ram and this same time causes the cpu to quick spike and throughs of the packets sync on the gpu... then gpu tries to resync and repeats. the ram seems to be in some way the culpret long skip pauses on those .. not sure why. so definatley need more pc info..
which driver are you runing?
go in c:/ open the AMD folder and see if there is more than 1 driver in there.
go in device manager and see if there is any yellow flags.
go into crimson wattman and turn the yellow power slider bottom right should be . turn it up the whole way clear to the right turn off chill and click apply..
go into global settings and turn power efficiency off. make sure you dont have fps limiter set just let that run .
see if this helps. and post back.
Thank you for the help so far,
1) I think I may indeed have multiple drivers installed, I'm not sure. This is what I see inside of that directory:
This is what is inside each of those directories (that is the AMD-Catalyst at the top, and then the three Non-WHQL folders):
2) No yellow flags in the device manager.
3) I wasn't too sure what you meant. I turned fan speed up all the wall all the time. I don't mind what that means in terms of power or noise as my case fans are louder anyhow, but that isn't bad for the hardware is it?
Did you mean setting the MHz to the max (2000)? I don't think it is, I tried that and my computer crashed while starting Overwatch. I have it at 1600 now.
4) Power Efficiency is and was off, FPS limiter is off (was not off before).
The skips are still happening. However I noticed something, I have fps limit turned off in both the radeon settings and the overwatch settings yet Overwatch still reports 57-58 fps anyhow, so something is still limiting my fps. Possible more evidence that I actually have multiple drivers installed?
wow, you may have the world record for most drivers on a card seriously... never install a gpu driver using crimson. . 6 drivers whoa.
that follder needs to disapeer. use ddu and uninstall all gpu drivers and make sure that the amd folder is deleted. come back to amd site and get your gpu driver package.. make sure that windows is disabled to install hardware drivers until you have installed the correct one here.. turn off all anti virus software even defender. if you dont use relive there is no need to install it when you are prompted if you want it..