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World of Warplanes

Question asked by aranthorne on Dec 15, 2019
Latest reply on Jun 1, 2020 by sailracer

System specifications:

Ryzen 9 3900x CPU

Noctua NH-D15 Chromax Cooler

Aorus Ultra x570 ATX Motherboard HW Rev 1.0 UEFI F11

AsRock Radeon 5700 XT video card  reference model

G.Skill Ripjaws DDR4 3200Mhz 32G  (2x16G)

Samsung 970 EVO NVMe  1TB

Crucial P1 NVMe 1TB

Corsair AX860 860W fully modular Plus Platinum ATX power supply

Corsair Carbide 275R ATX Case 

Windows 10 Pro, build 1909

LG 32GK650F-B 32" 16:9 QHD LCD Gaming Monitor

Graphics Settings, 2560x1440 in either 8bpp or 10bpp, Freesync on, 144hz Refresh, 1ms Motion Blur OFF, Black Stabilizer at 25, response time set to NORMAL.   These settings worked for the prior version of the Radeon 19.11 series of drivers with this Monitor and video card with one minor glitch over certain bodies of water in World of Warplanes, where blt type squares presented on some of the near shore water.


Driver release

AMD Radeon Win10-Radeon-Software-Adrenalin-2020-Edition-19.12.2-Dec12

Installed clean, rebooted.  Uninstalled, rebooted, used amdcleanuputility, rebooted, installed, rebooted.


Attempted to roll back driver by installing from the Radeon-Software-Adrenalin-2019-19.11.3-MinimalSetup-191118_64bit driver which thwarted every attempt.  Either that driver detected that a newer one was available and began downloading it, or it refused to install when NOT connected to the Internet. (might want to rethink forced updates? and required access to Internet for driver installs?)


Steps to reproduce:

1) Open and log into World of Warplanes

2) Fly normally.  

3) Look at flames on scenery or aircraft being shot down.


Results: Varied graphical issues from wind turbulence indicators turning dark black to flames being blue instead of red or fire like, bullet tracers being black or blue instead of red, etc.  See attached screen shot.  Those oil wells are supposed to be on fire and the flames instead of the blue like inked results.


System temps well within accepted norms 

CPU 50C Max

VRM 45C Max

Samsung NVMe 43C

Crucial NVMe 39C

Motherboard 36C

Ambient 21C