Hi, i been watching some video to help cool off the graphic card and I try undervolt my GPU and it works but one issue I had is my computer crash twice on me and, I did a DDU I believe that what it called and reinstall the driver back and everything was fine but I crash for the 3rd time without making any change so idk what i should try next for anyone recommendation?
5700xt 50th AE
16g 3200 gskill
I have the exact same problem Fortnite seems to do it the most and to fix it until better drivers come out its to bring down the max clock speed of your GPU. Right click on your desktop, open you Radeon settings, then the gaming tab in top left corner, Global settings, then Global WattMan. In there you can adjust you GPU Frequency from automatic to manual and you want to bring the max clock speed down to about 1800ish give or take and then apply and you should be all set. After trying everything for the last month this is the only fix i can seem to make it happen and this happens to other games to. Give that a shot and hopes it helps you guys out
Can you make these changes and apply them?
First, click Reset.
P1 1442>1442 820>900
P2 2084>1984 1201>1150
Then, click Apply.
Lowering the speeds a little bit might solve the problem.
No. Restart the computer and try to set core speed in P2 settings to 1984. You must be able to make this change. The changes I mentioned will make the graphics card work more stable than it is. And it can reduce your problems.
if still haveing problems also try to bring up the Min clock to 1600 and lower the max clock 1900 or 1800. I had to do that with this last Dirver update. I set min clock to 1600 and max to 1860 and have been stable since last night across games
Right click your desk top and click Radeon settings, Click Gaming in top left corner, Click Global Settings then Global Wattman and ok for the disclamer. Once in there scroll down to Frequency/Voltage and set it to manual. Once in there you can set the min and max clock speeds buy the slider or typeing them in the two locations under the chart. just for starts set the one on the right to 1800 and the one on the left to 1600 and then click apply. Try that to see if your stable and if you are you can bring up you max clock speed.
Right click on desktop and run AMD Radeon Settings software.
Gaming > Global Settings > Global WattMan
Click Reset button.
Make manual to Frequency and Voltage Control
Set the value that you see to 1985 for Frequency in 2084. Or set close a different value.
Set the value that you see to 900 for Voltage Control in 820.
Set the value that you see to 1150 for Voltage Control in 1201.
Then Apply button.
I think your graphics card is not damaged and AMD is introducing these cards at slightly faster speeds, and with driver updates, this problems are not going to be solved easily. The settings I wrote increase the stabilization.