Black stripes appear and games are slow (Mostly First Person Shooters)

Specs:
Intel Core i5-4460
8GB RAM
Radeon RX 460 Graphics
600gb of free space

After windows 10 1709 (That creator update or what) Update games are runnig on normal fps but the game is like freezing for secend when i am looking with mouse and black stripes appear.
But some of my games are ok.
When i try to record the screen with Bandicam Black stripes dissapear.
When im playing game windowed screen is ok.
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  1. My experience is that Windows' updates tend to stick in what driver they think is best, even when you are already satisfied with what you have. I would uninstall the graphics driver, then reinstall the latest one from Radeon's official site. I'd also get software like HWInfo (free) and see how your CPU and GPU temperatures are.
    What Power Supply do you have?
  2. dudio said:
    My experience is that Windows' updates tend to stick in what driver they think is best, even when you are already satisfied with what you have. I would uninstall the graphics driver, then reinstall the latest one from Radeon's official site. I'd also get software like HWInfo (free) and see how your CPU and GPU temperatures are.
    What Power Supply do you have?

    Hi im Pc noob how to uninstal graphic driver?
  3. First, download the latest driver for your GPU * HERE * (assuming you have Windows 10 64bit).
    Uninstall your current drivers like * THIS * .
    Once that's down and you have rebooted your system, run the new driver you downloaded in step one.
  4. First, download the latest driver for your GPU * HERE * (assuming you have Windows 10 64bit).
    Uninstall your current drivers like * THIS * .
  5. dudio said:
    First, download the latest driver for your GPU * HERE * (assuming you have Windows 10 64bit).
    Uninstall your current drivers like * THIS * .
    Once that's down and you have rebooted your system, run the new driver you downloaded in step one.

    I downloaded the update instal it and uninstal and again instal.
    It doesnt work for me ... maybe i ve done something wrong?
  6. dudio said:
    First, download the latest driver for your GPU * HERE * (assuming you have Windows 10 64bit).
    Uninstall your current drivers like * THIS * .
    Once that's down and you have rebooted your system, run the new driver you downloaded in step one.

    I downloaded the update instal it and uninstal and again instal.
    It doesnt work for me ... maybe i ve done something wrong?
  7. dudio said:
    First, download the latest driver for your GPU * HERE * (assuming you have Windows 10 64bit).
    Uninstall your current drivers like * THIS * .
    Once that's down and you have rebooted your system, run the new driver you downloaded in step one.

    I downloaded the update instal it and uninstal and again instal.
    It doesnt work for me ... maybe i ve done something wrong?
  8. dudio said:
    First, download the latest driver for your GPU * HERE * (assuming you have Windows 10 64bit).
    Uninstall your current drivers like * THIS * .
    Once that's down and you have rebooted your system, run the new driver you downloaded in step one.


    I turned Vsync On and games are working perfect
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