Bought my MSI Gaming X almost a year ago on 19.10.2019.
If I only knew that this card will be more problematic than my 780ti sli setup. It's been such an adventure..
Had them all with this one, black, blue, brrr, bing and even *POP!*
Everytime a game crashes I try to establish the reason and mitigate it next time. Manipulating game's graphic settings, driver options, program launch parameters, power options, fresh OS, older drivers, older game versions, hotfix mods, bios tweaks, PCIe 3.0, overclock, underclock, not on system drive, nvme to ssd, verifying integrities, DDU this, DDU that, AMD slimmer, Memtest86, PSU.. with the 5700xt, this is all common practice
My PSU blew up when I accidentally decided to play FH4 without closing Dota2, prior crashing in FH4 without a system reboot. I don't recommend anyone to play with that gpu stuck at 99%.
It's called SCS106AG Silicon Carbide Schottky Diode, 600V, 6 A.. thing that popped. I had another PSU lying around since I used to run dual with the SLI. Seasonic 850x.
The most current problem is "high" demanding games. Freezing and gpu getting stuck at 99%. Sometimes I can't alt-tab and hit the switch. I've noticed that if I go to wattman and force clock speed and voltage to smaller range, say to stay at 1600MHz and 1V or 2000MHz 1,2V as long as range is small, playtime is significanly increased. No thermal issues here.
The system is damn old, unsupported.. X-79 Deluxe, 4930k
570x, 3700x in the crosshair, tomahawk they say...
Anyway heres a list of games I played this year, did not include ones that I didn't spend enough time on.
Arma 3; Almost no crashes, gpu driver not affected
CoDMW sp; Very rare crashes, gpu/clock reset
CoDMW mp; Very rare crashes, 1 of 10 sessions, gpu/clock reset
Crysis 3; >30min very likely to crash. driver reset, clock reset
CSGO; No crashes
DayZ; Almost no crashes, gpu driver not affected
Dota 2; Almost no crashes, gpu driver not affected
Forza Horizon 4; Rarely freezes, gpu driver reset, clock stuck 99%
Frostpunk; Menu idle gpu usage 99%, <30min game freeze. driver reset, clock stuck at 99%
Insurgency sandstorm; Rare crashes 1 of 5 sessions, driver reset, clock stuck 99%
M&B Bannerlord; >60min session possible yet variety of issues encountered including bsod and 99%
Metro Exodus; >60min session very likely crash, sometimes driver reset and 99%, sometimes unaffected
MoW AA2; Rare crashes, gpu unaffected
Squad; Almost no crashes, gpu driver not affected
Skyrim; Very rare crash, gpu unaffected
Star Wars Jedi FO; >60min session very likely crash, driver reset and 99%
Witcher 3; <15min very likely to freeze, audio cue goes on, no interaction, driver reset, clock stuck at 99%
3DMark; Sometimes benchmarking crashes on 1st second, restarting system fixes.
Now going to DDU it once more just for good measure.
I suffer with rx 5700 about a year like you, but my pc crashing mostly when loading a game, or being in the menu, or when switching between tasks
You wouldn't run a 2x780Ti or 5700XT with a 600w PSU. Insufficient PSU usage will likely cause crashes. Depending on the load on the PSU, it will either cause your system to restart or the games to crash or the driver to reset yourself.
You are unlikely to have problems with the 840w. Do not change the voltage. Test your system by simply lowering the GPU frequency by 100-150-200Mhz. It should work. If it doesn't work, you can retire the GPU.
You wrote a lot of problems. This is not normal...
", overclock, underclock, "
I believe this is a driver compatibility issue. I be back to you when or if I buy new mobo and cpu
According to my experiments. An nVidia Turing GPU runs 1800Mhz with 1000mV. If you can't run an AMD GPU with the values I gave, the GPU deserves retirement. 1162mV is an ideal maximum core voltage for a GPU.