- Hello guys, i have some glitchy artifacts with my RX 6700 XT in cold war and i don't know why i already tryed to remove all drivers with DDU but the problem is still there, it happens only in reflections like a mirror or water .
If the problem is just reflections in Cold War then it just might be the game.
I searched it up and came across an AMD forum post with a similar issue
Link:-p/463565" class="reddit-press-link" target="_blank" rel="noopener">https://community.amd.com/t5/graphics/blocky-artifacts-in-reflective-surfaces-on-cold-wa -p/463565
Yes exactly the same problem !
In that thread Leyvin gives a workaround which can help.
“Now a way around this is turning off AMD Surface Optimisation for said Game, and put it on Quality Textures over Performance; this will tend to reduce cache flushing, keep data and get a similar result (most of the time) to NVIDIA...”
Had a similar problem in Battlefield V. Could fixed it by changing postprocessing from ultra to medium. Is there a similar option in Cold War?
I don't find this option in cold war..:/
My specs :GPU : RX 6700 XT saphire nitro + O.C CPU : AMD RYZEN 7 5800x Motherboard : Aorus x570 Elite RAM : 16 GB 3600mhz (16cl) Corsair Vegeance pro Cooling: iCUE H100i ELITE CAPELLIX Liquid CPU Cooler PSU : beQuiet PURE POWER 11 / 750w SSD : Samsung 970 evo plus (1TB) NVME Case : Corsair 4000X RGB Fans : 1x SP120 RGB pro / 2x ML120 / 3x SP120 Elite (corsair)
I’ve got the same in the windows on the Raid map for some reason. Doesn’t affect anything else so I don’t really care lol
Can you turn screen space reflections off?
I just tryed and it didn't help
Try turning all post processing effects off one at a time starting with screen space ambient occlusion.
Download MSI Kombustor and turn artifact scanner on and run it. See if it detects any.
Okey i try it directly thank you
Similar type of stuff I saw with my GTX card in the original modern warfare, that showed up in no other game. Not sure I'd worry about it being due to your card if its only that one game.
I haven't seen anybody suggest this yet, but you might try turning off your overclock.
Sometimes an overclock, even a mild one, even a stable one, can cause graphical problems. If it turns out that the OC is the issue then you can set a custom Wattman profile with no OC just for this one game!
It's irritating, I know, but some games love an OC, some games barely notice an OC, and some games flip the fuck out.
You cant trust call of duty to test graphics lmao its just horribly unoptimized and completely unreliable
looks like memory issues. At least for me it has always begun like that, another thing that showed artefacts like that was a bad cable/not inserted properly, but I guess the vram might be the issue here.
I am asserting that it is not rain outside, if it is then it is a driver issue.