3 Replies Latest reply on Mar 7, 2018 11:37 AM by kingfish

    drop fps rx460

    mercert

      After driver updates i have maybe 30-45fps in game. Before i have 60fps in high

        • Re: drop fps rx460
          mercert

          I use rx460 for a year. Recently began to have problems with the video card. On version 18.2 I observe 30-45 fps in Rainbow six siege. But 17.9.1 version I have 60 fps(This enjoyment lasts until you restart the computer). Is there a problem?

            • Re: drop fps rx460
              kingfish

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