0 Replies Latest reply on Dec 22, 2017 9:04 AM by turbohippo

    R9 290 Stutter at High fps

    turbohippo

      Hi there folks!

       

      I have this problem for a while now and it's getting annoying. For some reason when i'm playing games or benchmarking at some point it stutters when my fps is fine.

      Also i reinstalled Windows 10 Home. But unforntanly it didn't solve the problem. But when i turn Vsync on the stotter is gone.

       

      My PC Specs:

      - Intel Core i5 4690K (Non OC)

      - 8 GB 1600mhz ddr3 ram

      - MSI Radeon R9 290 4GB

      - 750W 80plus PSU

       

      I've made some video's to show the problem:

       

      * These clips are recorded with a phone *

      Assetto corsa Benchmark 1 Triple Screen

       

      Link: Assetto Corsa Triple screen benchmark - YouTube

       

      Resolution: 5010 x 1080

      Rendering mode: Triple Screen

      Fullscreen rendering: On

      Framerate limit: Off

      Anisotropic Filtering: Off

      Anti-alliasing Samples: Off

      Word detail: Low   

      Shadow: Low

       

      As you see the fps is all over the place. And it stutters really badly.

       

      Assetto corsa Benchmark 2 Single Screen. (after reinstall win 10)

       

      Link: Assetto Corsa Benchmark single screen - YouTube

       

      Settings:

       

      Resolution: 1920 x 1200

      Rendering mode: Single

      Fullscreen rendering: On

      Framerate limit: Off

      2x Anisotropic Filtering

      2x Anti-alliasing Samples

      Word detail: High

      Shadow: High

       

      In the beginning it works fine. But after about 20 seconds it starts to stutter.

       

      Steam VR Benchmark

       

      Link: Steam VR Benchmark - YouTube

       

      The same Story. Here you can clearly see it isn't smooth at all. In the beginning it works fine. But after about 20 seconds it starts to stutter.

       

      I hope someone can help me out of this problem. If so it will be highly appreciated!

       

      Kind regards.

       

      Turbo