Problem still persistent with 17.1.1
MSI r9 390 user here.
Flickering only when i have 2 monitors connected, with one works fine.
One is on display port other is on HDMI.
Works with 16.11.5 with 2 monitors connected.
Monitors: AOC G2460V
both are freesync monitors
also not working with older AOC E2050S monitor via DVI-D.
Is there comming any solution to the problem?
I'm long time amd user (let me say i always bought amd, from the 1st day, when they arrived on the market), gonna wait for vega and ryzen a little more, but something is telling me am gonna end up with kaby/canon and volta.
17.1.2 Beta is out and it lists in fixes:
"Changing memory clocks with Radeon WattMan with more than one display connected may cause memory clocks to intermittently become stuck at their minimum setting or switch between min and max ranges intermittently causing display flickering."
MSI R9 380 4GB Windows 10 64bit. Patch 17.1.2 solved flickering but after 2h appeared again ( i use one HDMI and DVI to VGA adapter ). I did a clean install. I did something like this: Install 17.1.2 -> Check on 2 monitors (OK working not flickering) -> Switch to 1 monitor (for 1 hour or more: played some games) -> Switch to 2 monitors -> flickering and memory lock. I didn't hibernate in this time.
Can we get an acknowledgement from AMD that they are aware of this issue, flickering on multi monitor setups for ReLive version drivers?
Would be good to know if they are at all aware of the issue and maybe working on a resolution.
Currently Re-Live is useless to a great deal of users and several revisions later the problem has not been resolved.
I did a clean install (amd clean utility). Installed 17.1.2, accepted Wattman and didn't change any settings. Now i don't have flickering and memory lock. Only when i change something and click accept flickering is returning.
Specs: R9 390, FX 8350, M5A99FX PRO R2.0, 2x4GB 1600MHz, Win10 Pro KB3211320, Dell 2414H & Dell 2007WFP
Received my GTX 1080 few days ago : no problem, all is working like a charm.
So happy to leave AMD and this fuc.... crappy drivers : so much time wasted testing drivers and googling to solve problems !