set the target on 60 I do it with my RX560. Pull the voltage slider to 40 50ish. heres my quick set up I use & I run a 600w psu which helps
Please put every setting back to default then reboot your computer:
Change the Temperature to 'manual'...lower 'Max' to 75c and 'Target' to 45c. This will engage your fans automatically at 45c and gradually increase to keep
the temperatures at/under the Max 75c. The way you have it set now, fans don't work until the temps reach 70c.
Click 'Apply' at the top of the page. Do not change any other settings except Temperature and Power Limit.
Also, it is important that your computer power plan is set to 'Performance' and not 'balanced'.
I've now set the temperature Max to 75 and Target to 45 degrees and I'll see how that goes tonight. I've also noticed that the driver crashes usually happen when I wake up my PC after putting it to sleep. I'll see what happens and I'll stress test the card to see if any problems arise.
I've adjusted the settings to that of kingfish and I'll start benchmarking it tonight. If not I'll try lowering the cards' temperature to 70 degrees and I'll do an update on this thread if any more problems arise tonight.
Alrighty, so I've set the settings to default and stuff and changed them to the settings suggested in this thread and will see if I experience a driver crash tonight.
yah that may be enough. Every card can be a little different even in the same series. I was just suggesting the number I gave you as it is what I use. You can always adjust up and down as you fine tune. Let's just hope this helps you out. If not it's about all I know! So good luck. Seriously though if that isn't doing it then from there make sure you aren't missing any Windows Updates (you should do this anyway), use latest bios for mother board. If that still doesn't do it, I would look to a possible Power Supply issue. Just take things one at a time until we figure it out.