Good day to all.
I think everyone met with the problem of black screens and freezes.
I am the owner of the XFX RX5700 DD Ultra. Here are the factory settings:
Core Clock: 1960 Mhz
Core Voltage: 1.168 mV
Power Limit: 170W + 20%
Target Temp: 80 C
Acoustic Limit: 1600 rpm
In games, the real frequency is 1855-1875 MHz. After 15-20 minutes of gameplay, the card began to fly into black screens and the computer rebooted. In fact, the driver crashes into the blue screen. I fumbled around the forums a bit and came across an article that the whole problem is in the GDDR6 chips and their temperatures, as well as in the power supply system of the fans and memory modules. I had to install MSI Afterburner and monitor temperatures and frequencies.
1. Factory voltage is too high and the frequency of the graphic core constantly jumps.
2. Fans accelerate right up to 2300 rpm, the noise is terrible.
3. The temperature of the memory chips reaches 90, and the hot spot is up to 100.
4. The memory frequency after 84-86 degrees starts to jump.
5. After some time, the card driver goes to the blue screen.
Well, the problem is found, the curve of the video card and the flaws with the temperatures. I began to shaman with voltage and frequency. 1960 MHz stock stably did not take with any voltage. The method of smooth selection reached the values of 1905 MHz and 1.038 mV. In FurMark, an hour without departures, I went into the Witcher, the same thing, nothing jumps, does not jump. What is most interesting, the fan speed is kept at the acoustic norm of 1600 rpm, the temperature of the memory modules is 78-82 degrees, the temperature of the board is 82-84 degrees, the graphics chip is 65-67 degrees. I tested it for 3 days on more than 10 games without vertical synchronization, everything is stable and does not crash. I deleted MSI and set the same settings on Adrenalin Software 20.5.1, the result? black screen and reboots (((After sitting and thinking, analyzing everything done, I found a solution for myself that still stands and has been working for a month now, no black or green screens and any hangs with a reboot.
Solution: I realized for myself that these video cards have a limit on temperatures and power. 1905 MHz and 1,038 mV allowed me to keep stably 1855-1857 MHz of a real stable frequency, get rid of power surges due to exceeding the power limit and fit into 167 watts. I made the video card not noisy, since the cooler speed is in the range of the acoustic limit. Adrenalin Software uninstalled, I use only a clean installation of only the driver itself! Here is my configuration and results through MSI Afterburner:
Core Voltage: 1.031 mV
Power Limit: + 20%
Core Clock: 1905 Mhz
Memory Clock: 1750 Mhz
Fan Speed: 51%
Core Temp: 65 * C
Board Temp: 80 * C
Memory Temp: 78 * C
Power Usage: 168 W
Real Clock: 1857 Mhz
Hi. Sorry, my English is not very good..
-Your GPU is OC? I think the stock frequencies are 1750 MHz in turbo ....
-Did you finally solve the black screen problems?
-Did you install the drivers from windows devices? Could you write the steps?
Sorry for the inconvenience, thank you very much.
Yes, my factory graphics card is overclocked. In silent mode, it gives out 1780 MHz of frequency, and in performance 1855 MHz, + 0% and + 20% to the power limit, respectively.
It's all about the temperature of the memory modules, they should not exceed 84-86 degrees.
To get started, remove all installed video card drivers through the AMD cleanup utility. Download the adrenaline software version 20.5.1, then unzip it. Through the device manager, specify the path to install the driver. The driver will be installed without a management program. Download AIDA64 to monitor temperatures, power and frequencies.
Install any game that, when minimized, does not fall into the game menu. The load on the video card in the background is necessary, set the maximum resolution so that the emphasis is on the video card.
Without a control program, the video chip itself will set the required voltage value. All you need to do is to gradually decrease the maximum frequency through the MorePowerTool program until the frequency ceases to be reset due to exceeding the limit.
So you will fix the basic value of the frequency and voltage without increasing the power limit, observe the temperatures, leave the video card for 30-60 minutes under load. Check stability.
If the video card is stable, then you can leave this configuration or quietly quietly increase the limit of power and frequency to increase performance.