EDIT: Nevermind. It crashed again.
In my last Post (https://community.amd.com/t5/drivers-software/22-10-2-black-screens-and-driver-timeouts/m-p/552213#M...) i talked about having random black screens and driver timeouts which the recent drivers claimed to fix but didn't.
After disabling Multi-Plane Overlay (MPO) in windows all the crashes and driver timeouts are finally gone!
How To: https://nvidia.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/5157/~/after-updating-to-nvidia-game-ready-drive...
What i noticed is that in my case i only had the issues when using multiple monitors with mixed (high and low) refresh rates.
Watching a video in Google Chrome or moving a window from the high refresh rate screen to the low refresh rate one gave me heavy sutters.
But for now - it's all gone.
Users on Reddit also mention positive results:
AMD Ryzen 5800X3D
MSI Radeon 6800XT Gaming X Trio
Driver Version 22.11.1
yep it fixed the Black Screens for me as well
I don't have any serious issues, but I am curious as to why MPO is even a thing since I can't see the difference between my experience with it on and without it enabled.
Disabling Multi-Plane Overlayis is a temporary solution and is not better.
Disabling MPO may cause associated features not to work.
I will sometimes get the flickering task bar at random bootups. If I reboot it usually goes away, will disabling MPO fix that or cause other issues because nothing else seems wrong with my display, granted it's just a 60hz Benq screen.