I bought my Radeon VII last Friday, and today after installing the card and drivers, when I play any game, regardless of settings (480p low even...) I'm getting at most 62fps, with v sync off.
Is there a fix?
Please provide more detail about the system setup. The type/model of CPU, RAM, PSU rating, how the GPU is connected to the monitor (DP, HDMI), and what the monitor is capable of handling in regards to refresh rate. And how many monitors are you connecting?
Just in case you did not update to the latest drivers, AMD recently just released Adrenalin 19.4.1. I'm getting really good results with this version, and 19.3.3 was also very good.
Ryzen 7 2700x
16gbs of Corsair Vengeance lpx
1300w evga g2
And one monitor.
I've used both 19.4.1 and 19.2.1
After downloading the games that came with the card, I found that they were able to go above 62fps.
The games I am having trouble with are:
Player Unknowns Battle Grounds
And Chivalry Medieval Warfare
Great, that's good info. So the first thing to point out, and someone else please correct me if I am wrong on this, but playing a game at a refresh rate higher than the display's refresh rate and not using V-Sync (vertical sync) will cause display tearing. As the monitor is displaying the image the game will have changed the image. What you end up with is tearing where one image stops and the next (newer) image begins. That is why games add V-Sync. It may not be very noticeable at times, but that is inevitable result.
Aside from that, you should be able to get a game to run at a higher refresh rate than the monitor's fixed rate. In this case, your monitor is capable of 60 frames a second, and without V-Sync the games may run well higher than that. Without knowing whether Adrenalin identified the games you list, by clicking Gaming on the lower left you should see a list of games identified. For each game there are several settings to take a look at. They are Wait for Vertical Refresh, Radeon FreeSync, Frame Rate Target Control, and Chill (FPS). For troubleshooting I would set Chill to Off, adjust the slider for Frame Rate Target Control to whatever value you want from the game, Wait for Vertical Sync to off, and Radeon FreeSync to Off. Within each of the games there should be a place to analyze your graphics display or similar terminology and let the game analyze the hardware. There may also be a place in the game where you can specify a frame rate.
In Adrenalin I would also look at Display, located on the bottom just right of center (third in from the right). The Display section deals with specifics about your monitor. There is also a Radeon FreeSync category here.
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