Anyone know how to avoid getting the message "Radeon settings has detected that one or more high dpi panels are connected to your system"?
That setting is for IE tho, isnt it? The clock on my rx570 goes up even with chrome (with gpu acceleration disabled) or watching 1080s videos (while on w7 it was always at 300/300 unless while playing videogames).
I only have a normal 24 monitor connected to the video card. I mentioned "Radeon settings has detected that one or more high dpi panels are connected to your system" because, while trying to figure out why my rx570 has a different behaviour on w10 compared to w7, i uninstalled and installed the drivers few times, and i noticed that at first after a reboot the clock would stay at 300/300 even while watching videos, then after some time i would see that message pop up on my screen, and after that the clock would start going higher. I dont know if it was a coincidence, it happened twice tho, but i dont have the knowledge to understand why its happening. I never got that message on w7 tho, so im guessing it might have to do with the clock being higher on w10.
PS Even now, after a reboot, the clock stays at 300/300, it goes higher after some times. Its like theres something that triggers it but i have no clue what it could be.
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I use edge & chrome, so habit.
My 390 (and previous cards) run at 300/150 on idle, don't know if 300/300 is normal on the 570.
First off for troubleshooting is reset & uninstall any 3rd party oc/fan control/monitoring apps.
Then disable/turn off any non windows app/program set to start with windows(check in task manager > startup), and nothing running minimized.
Turn off/ disable any browser add ons.
If still a problem then try 'Process explorer' and/or 'Autoruns', to see if you can find any unusual constant/heavy usage.
Disable windows notification from amd in apps (it will still show in radeon settings, not as annoying as popping in windows), I see the notif. when a display/vsr/res. change.