Supposingly this was fixed in an earlier Driver update. Relive was the cause for the GPU running at max all the time. Someone earlier mentioned about disabling the file that runs Relive and it solve the problem. I would open an AMD REPORT ISSUE to let AMD the problem isn't solved totally.
Hi, what you mean exactly for 'file that runs Relive'?
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This was the post I was referring to from another thread:
Finaly! Thx a lot! I thougt i am the only one!
At HWMonitor, i have, from time to time, 100% and max GPU-Clock. After a few tests i did find the Problem:
Firefox + Youtube (Only Fullscreen) + ReLife-Host/Desktop task.
I did not have ReLive installed, but i have 17.12.2.
After killing the ReLive task... 0% GPU use.
How can i turn ReLive off ?
I did rename the .exe ... but its just a workaround ?! (amddvr.exe + amdow.exe)
or the only way?
XFX 580 D: 17.12.2
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I really hope that AMD will solve this problem quickly...
Have you tried turning off 'hardware acceleration' in firefox, see if that changes the behavior ?
Same issue with my ASUS Strix RX480 - core goes to max clock when watching YouTube in Firefox in fullscreen and with ReLive installed (doesn't matter if its enabled or not). It seems to be an issue with the VP9 codec YouTube uses. As a temporary workaround I suggest using the Firefox h264ify add-on, which forces YouTube to use that codec.
Radeon Software Adrenalin (17.12.2)
Firefox 57.0.4 (64 bit)
Win 10 64bit latest build.
I have same problem with Adrenalin drivers
Windows 10 Edu 64bit ver 1703
RX580 Sapphire Nitro + (1411MHz ver.)
I5 3570k @4,1 GHz
2x 4GB DDR3 1600MHz Kingston
Sapphire Z77 Pure Platinum
DVI-> Samsung T220HD 1680*1050 @ 60Hz
DisplayPort with Dsub adapter-> NEC AccuSync 71VM 1280*1024 @ 75Hz