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Privitorta
Journeyman III

GPU driver update required after monitor goes in standby

Hi! I've been having this little problem for a couple days. I have a RX 6650XT GPU with a B760M-A ASUS mobo. My PC is almost two months old. I run Windows 10. I am not english, so please forgive me if I make some mistakes while I try to explain!

My monitor goes on standby every 10 minutes of inactivity, but I have noticed that, everytime it happens and I go back and turn it on, my drivers are OUTDATED. Then they just turn off, and an AMD Adrenalin Software popup shows, saying that a problem occurred and that the "GPU now works with reduced features" or something like that, I don't quite remember the exact words.

 

The point is that, everytime the PC goes on standby, the AMD software does this thing where it gets recognized as a problem of the GPU drivers and it forces me to reinstall everything, because they are outdated, even if I installed them hours before. I've done this almost 3 times in less than 24 hours and wonder if it's something I can fix.

 

I have now removed the "10 minutes of inactivity" standby and made it wayy longer, and hope it changes, but I also would like to know if anybody knows a solution. Thanks in advance!

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ulieq
Adept III

6650 is not compatible with sleep mode due to poor drivers

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ulieq
Adept III

6650 is not compatible with sleep mode due to poor drivers

Oh really? Why is it so?

See https://community.amd.com/t5/drivers-software/monitor-fails-to-resume-from-sleep-s3-mode-with-23-2-2... for details.

If you can still send back the gpu, do it. It doesn't look like AMD is going to fix this issue.

AMD_cire
Challenger

that's correct.

Now, the solution is use 22.11.2 driver.

You are lucky monitor still wake up, most of it cannot wake anymore and need to hard reset.

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