i did the hardware monitor and im going through the voltages and temps after it happend and i see nothing out of the ordinary
Going back to the stock vBIOS will insure that the GPU card is running at reference speeds and voltages. By Overclocking your GPU card by modifying the vBIOS can aggravate the problems you are having and making it more difficult to troubleshoot. Even though you had the problem before your modified the vBIOS, it always best to set every thing back to it original vBIOS and settings to troubleshoot any issues that arises.
But it your decision on how you want to go about troubleshooting your GPU card.
Sorry for extremely late response, i had figured my issue was unfixable, I got a vega 64, and it starting to show signs of the issue coming back, all ive done is undervolt gpu and hbm2 since its a reference, still any solutions?
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