Update: I have done compatibility changes, but still unsolved and became more stuttering
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Delete all Asus graphics controls such as Asus Tweak, etc.
You need to find a better way to " - decreased maximum power state to 90% (and it has a good effect to reduce heat from CPU and stabilized GPU core) " as that cripples your graphics. Change that back to default. Get a good laptop cooling pad.
Make sure you have selected/installed the correct driver: Laptop graphics update...How to
Hi kingfish Thanks for your response.
I've tried to UC procie state to 95% too, but 90% seemed more stable when I did GPUZ Rendering test for its core clock
I also had been using cooling pad designed for 15,6 inch notebook since my old notebook, XD
I've done the steps to download the AMD software as exactly the same, even used AMD Driver Cleaner
For ASUS Tweak, I never installed the software as I recall, or it installed automatically IDK.
But, I'll try it once again and let You know the result.
Update: I've tried to OC my Memory Clock using MSI Afterburner to 1600, but the GPU suddenly didn't work and needed to be reseted and restarted
Hi kingfish. I did what exactly You've said.
I did uninstalling AMD Driver, cleaning registry, and reinstall it again
Seems It worked. Now I can play in 1920x1080 very low quality and get 40-60 fps, but still get mini stuttering, but It's OK
Looks like the problem is i didn't clean the registry after uninstalled AMD Driver using AMD Unistaller.
Thank you anyway
hi frien, could you tell me what version of drivers you installed?