too bad that "Undervolting" does not apply as soon as you are above the stock clockspeeds.
i can dial in 825mv and all it does is completely ignoring it and set 1175mv anyways (except i run the card at stock clocks)
1 Mhz above stock and it ignores any voltage input except that it applies to memory as well and makes my whole so unstable that i get bluescreens.
1175mv, 2700Mhz and i get almost 1500 points more in superposition.
"Under" Volting = Low memory voltage, identical core voltage and crashes.
I’ve had a few issues Sind installing my 6900xt, for some reason I can’t have 2 DisplayPort cables into my card as I only get a display on one monitor so having to use hdmi and dp. I’ve also got an issue with Warzone where I can’t play at 2k resolution as I get like 40 fps when moving my mouse. Any suggestions?
i was having same problem on my 6800 xt.
unplugged my second monitor problem gone .
not saying this is your problem but it was mine
main monitor 144 hz.
second was a 60 hz
I have tried all the solution above and none of them has solved the hard crash issue. My GPU crashs every 90 minutes aprox. I only play Call of Duty Warzone.
Proposed solution tried:
My hardware is:
GPU: Gigabyte Radeon RX 6900 XT
CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 3700X (watercooled, No OC)
RAM: 4x8GB G.Skill TridentZ Neo 3600MHz CL16
PSU: ROG Strix 1000G
Mother Board: Gigabyte Aorus Master x570 Rev 1.1
I have also Samsung Monitor G9 which also flicking and horizontal lines when I use at 240Hz (But this is a different problem).
If anyone has found a solution which is not listed above I would appreciate that.
i have an update on my 6900XT
it completely degrades and it gets worse every single hour.
first three days.
heavy benching and gaming for almost 20 Hours at 2.7Ghz.. No Problem.
day 4 and 5
2700 is not stable anymore, 2650 is not stable anymore.
Card barely runs at stock speeds and starts artifacting in games.
Day 10 (Today)
Card needs to be downclocked almost 500Mhz to be stable enough to display my desktop.
changing memory clock speeds results in a full system lockup and the card can't play a Game at clockspeeds north of 1700Mhz.
i just wait for my 3070 that i ordered for 170€ above MSRP and i'll sell and return every single thing i have with the name AMD on it.
i spent easily 2 grand in AMD Hardware over the last two years and i never had a SINGLE DAY without massive problems..
from corrupted Operating Systems over crashes, reboots, black screens... a 5900X that can't even run Aida64 at stock speeds without BSODs.
i am finally done with AMD.
and i'll never look back... even if Zen 4 wipes the floor with Intel and costs less than half the price.
@K0NG95 Well that's too bad about the 6900XT. But you have to agree that when one overclocks then you have to accept the outcome. AMD does only rate the clocks to 2015 Mhz for 'gaming applications' which would imply something I guess.
can't increase VDDCI nor VDDCR. hardlocked currentlimits.. temperature limits.
there is nothing i could have done to damage the card.. and especially not in a few days. (not even on 24/7 LN2 Session with like 400mv above stock.
The Card runs Stock at around 2350 Mhz in games and 2200 under heavy synthetic load.
it's just a broken card that seems to exist more often than it should.
your card is faulty , that happen, my 6800xt did too, i got myself a 6900xt instead and it's working great ... for the rest it's not related ... early cards , being first buyers seem to be risky as it always has been
btw cpu ...seems lot of people coming from intel seem to think it must run as their intel hardware so they start to touch bios etc ... ... and so there are so much topics about voltage and temps etc, black screen about ram timings problem personal tweaking where people are sure they are right but don't even try to rethink etc ... and rma of fully working hardware, 90% about lack of information or misinformation, i even read so much wrong information or not very accurate in reviewer website.. (not speaking about stupid comentaries on some retailer website - saw one guy complaining about coal whine and black screen on a 6900xt and 20 thumb up from people not having the hardware to test for themselves ... and then in the description of his config you realise he has poor 750W psu , not even has the minimum requirement .. and the guy so proud to say he had rma 2 6900xt with the same problem ... see ..... ) that 's just crazy today
most of the time problems comes from people thinking things have to work as they think it as to , and when you see forum flooded by people saying "me too" , but not trying to understand how there new hardware works .. it's viral and stupid
not sure i'm clear enough, i'm not aggressive , just say we are in a specific situation now
I understand people have problems with their graphics card, but maybe the problem can also be something els = your cpu and the software/drivers. So if your pc crashes allot try this ( it wont hurt your pc )
I say this since i have my self had all kind of issues since i bought a 5900x cpu and a 6900xt gpu with the error power-kernel 41 = a power issue.. however my PSU's are 750 and 1000w ( and the 1000w is brand new )
Somehow if i use factory settings in bios and set cpu vcore to auto then the computer is unstable like the software that control it dosent work good enough.. but if i manualy tune the power the computer become stable.
1). restart computer and go into bios
2). Press F2 and bios advanced mode should start. ( or select bios advanced mode somehow )
3). find where it say CPU Vcore AUTO... Change Auto to 1.375volt
4). exit bios and save.
Also you can go into windows power plan and edit it.. Select that the PCIE graphics card can never turn off power/sleep
Turn off that harddrives can sleep
Turn off that computer can go into hybernation or sleep mode. ( set to 0 )
Personaly i had crashes since i bought new hardware in december and i think my cpu is a tiny bit deffective wich result in system crahes.. but the above have made it usable..
I suspect that my cpu is defective or driver have bugs since my computer also crash with an nvidia 2080rtx card with the 5900x cpu.
New cpu's are first expected to be in stores in April or later so i cant RMA the cpu until then.