Recently, some users have given feedback that AMD's new RX 7900 XTX and other GPUs are experiencing abnormal power consumption problems, with the 7900 XTX and XT experiencing very high power consumption during video playback and multiple monitor connections.
Today. AMD has released the latest 22.12.2 graphics driver, which fixes the high power consumption problem that exists in video playback, but the problem still exists when using multiple monitors.
It is said that this is because in this scenario, the GPU will be activated all for unknown reasons, rather than only the corresponding processing module, resulting in unnecessary power consumption.
In addition to this issue, theThis driver update also fixes the following issues.
-Problems may be encountered when using Virtual Super Resolution with multi-monitor configurations.
-System crashes may occur when changing the display mode in a 4-monitor configuration.
-When loading Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles & middot; Morales with ray tracing settings enabled, you may experience an app crash or driver timeout.