Yes, I've tried Bios 7C02v36 and the issue was still there. Someone online says that the v35 was more stable so i'm runnning it now, but the problem is still there. I,m in support with Gigabyte and they says that the motherboard us faulty, and Msi says that the GPU is faulty
Can you try the GPU in a different system to test it? That should help determine which part (if any) is faulty.
I've tested another GPU in the new computer and it worked fine, and old HD6850, with "up to date" drivers that i'm currentyl runnin in my work pc. Not boot issues. I sure can try to 5600XT in my old computer but I find it risky to crash my old working one
Can you try it in a different PCI-E lane than the first slot? Also put the PCI-E Gen to 3.0 on whichever lane you use.
I've tried the 5600 in my old system I got a black screen on boot with 0_ in the bottom right. I didn't do the DDU so I've put the old one DDU And reinstall the 5600 in the old system. Black screen with 0_ in the bottom right
Just did the pci-e to gen 3 and tried de two slots. same results, black screen on boot, or freeze on desktop in about 1 minutes
amdmatt Any developement on this situation? From what I see, this is only a cold boot problem, since when I sit in the bios and boot i can play games for 2 hours. except that while I'm idle, it will sometimes hang and crash, so cant use the computer for telework (? is that even the good word haha)