Hi, it's been 3 months since launch day, various updates have been released but, some people still run into issues even with the latest drivers, while for some even with older drivers, they claimed that their cards have been stable without any issues. Don't you think it's time to talk about what exactly happened with 5700 series driver? just like what AMD did previously with Zen 2 boost clock issues, so that consumers at least have an understanding about the issues. Because IIRC I never heard any statement from AMD regarding this issues.
I already tried that. It didn't work. I also tried checking my SSD with SMART and it was fine. PSU is also fine. I strongly believe it is ether a faulty card or bad drivers.
Yes, I also am having issues with AMD Radeon drivers, and GPU crashing the PC, have tried all the fixes I have seen suggested, and none have worked. I am bitterly disappointed with this apparent total lack of care from AMD - I build a PC every couple of years, and have always used Intel and nVidia, this time, on advice of a friend, I switched to AMD chip and Radeon GPU, and boy have I regretted that decision, I've had nothing but trouble with graphics crashes. Even trying to register for this site took 12 attempts, due to the difficulty reading the captchas they use. I'm now selling this junk and going back to Intel/nVidia, but it is such a shame that they have allowed this problem to go on for this length of time, I am seeing posts on this issue from October/November last year, I woulkd have thought AMD would have taken it more seriously. Never mind, I guess there is a reason they are a cheaper alternative
I've experienced display instability with RX 5600 XT (which is reported to have similar problems). My display (a 4K one) was connected via HDMI, and since I switched to DisplayPort not a single glitch has occurred. Hope it might help someone else.