Question RX 5700 xt has weird line flickering when memory changes

ethandrelles

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I just installed my rx 5700 xt a few hours ago and I'm getting this glitch where there will be a line flicker that spans the entire screen, when I look at my global wattman I am pretty sure it lines up with when the memory clock changes. What can I do to fix this, let me know if you need a video of the problem
 
Not enough info to troubleshoot. Can you post a screenshot of this issue ?

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