I have sent this issue to the team for Investigations. Thanks for all the reports, keep it up!
Thanks for noticing after a year... I guess.
Are you using msi b350 gaming pro drunner92. Im thinking that this problem might be a an issue with the updated firmware? Im going to go ahead and try some other firmwares for my msi b350 gaming pro.
Ok I acutally found you cant downgrade a bios to an older version. This is pretty terrible becuase it effects bf4 and bf1. sound just skips and loops exactly like that video. While people with ryzen 5 and 7 might be able to handle the downgrade to the clock my ryzen 3 loses about 15 fps without the cpu being pushed. This pretty much takes bf1 and bf4 out of my game selection. I play them like 30 hours a week to ugh. Get ahold of AMD EA work with them to figure out why this happening im thinking it s firmware issue ocurring from april 2017.
ASrock X370 Killer SLI
Ryzen 5 1400
2x8 G.Skill Trident Z 3200MHz CL16
So after a long research I figured it out. I tried practicly everything I could.
- Updated Sound card driver from ASrock website
- Tried the latest Realtec driver for my ALC892
- Disabled every other sound device which I don;t use
- Updated to the latest chipset driver form AMD website
- Updated nVidia driver to the lastest available
- Uninstalled every Ryzen software like A-Tuning from ASrock or Ryzen Master from AMD.
- Repaired the game files through Origin
- Reverted BF1 config to a complete default
And guess what... no success.
Setting CPU to stock setting is not a solution! I didn;t bought myself BeQuiet cooler to let my CPU run at 3.2GHz. It;s ridiculous.
[SOLVED]The only thing which resolves this problem for me is reverting BIOS to older version.[SOLVED] It didn;t matter how did I overcloked my CPU. just +100MHz, 3.6GHz 1.275V, 3.8GHz 1.33V or crazy 4GHz 1.45V. Adding voltage to Vcore/SOC doesn;t make any difference. Reverting to 4.5 BIOS solves the sound problem in BF1 but doesn;t let me use my memory on 2933MHz CL14. I have no idea how does it look with other mainboard manufactures but with ASrock every single BIOS does have some issues. I am sick of being beta tester. Bought myseft new PC and sitll can;t use its full potential.
Sorry for my bad English. I am not a native speaker.
Ok so the post above said you need to revert your bios firmware because thats where the problem is created. This makes sense for me too because I had recently updated firmware. MSI didnt let me install an older firmware last time I tried I may be screwed.
I to am experiencing this problem. Ryzen 5 1600 on ASRock AB350 Pro OC to 3.5GZ on 1.3 vlt DDR4 to 2933 Just started with latest bios update from ASRock 4.70. Grrrr