Hi, I have two issues. The first issue seems to be quite old, since I've read accounts on /r/AMD going back to around October 2020. My system is from December 2020.
Issue #1: My Dell U2715H monitor won't always turn on after entering sleep mode. I did not have this issue with my two previous builds, using a GTX 680 for the first build, and a GTX 1070 Ti for the second build. The issue occurs regardless of the monitor being the only monitor connected, or used as a secondary monitor.
I don't know when it occurs and doesn't. Sometimes I will come back to my PC after both monitors have entered sleep, and they both turn on.
Issue #2: I am getting a static image of sorts on my primary monitor, when the system resumes standby. I've noticed the following:
Rebooting and everything is fine
BIOS version: Latest, version 2201
BIOS settings: Everything is stock except for the following:
Drivers and OS
Thanks for a proposed solution. My PC has always fast start disabled since I dislike it. I have just checked, and it is still disabled despite various Windows updates.
I should also add, that I have tried setting the "PSU Idle Control" to "Typical Current" in the BIOS.
It happened again this morning. The entire screen was static after waking the PC from standby. I put it on standby at about midnight. Again I was able to get a working picture on my primary monitor - albeit 800x600 pixels - after turning my second monitor on. I took this screenshot of what Radeon Software sees regarding my primary monitor.
As much as I was excited to support AMD, it's been over half a year with driver issues just getting the RX 6800 to function properly with my Acer Predator XB271HU and Dell U2715H. Countless bug reports, yet not a single reply from support, or even an acknowledgement of the issues in the known error list.
It happened again today. I uninstalled the previous driver, used the AMD cleanup utility to remove, and installed 21.5.2 about a week ago. New driver also has this issue.
I've upgraded my PSU to 850 watt Seasonic Prime Titanium as well, so it's definitely not a PSU issue.