I have alos try connect one screen, flash install Win 10, even change my Antec EDGE 650W to this HCG 850W, but don't help. Does I get a bad Radeon VII card? or it's caused by other reason?
I'm considering to have a RMA service.
After RMA, I got another card back at 4/24. I try under
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Finally, I can confirm that the BSOD is caused by FreeSync. I have test with monitor's FreeSync off for a week, no more BSOD happened after that. So it seems the driver for Radeon VII is still some problems.
If you hit BSOD issue randomly with code 0x000000EA / 0x00000116 when gaming, I hope this will help.
First step would be update to 1809 https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/16397-repair-install-windows-10-place-upgrade.html
I have finished upgrade to 1809 and testing. If there are any error I will report as soon as possible.
Well, it seems not helping.... My PC going dead again. This time is 0x100000ea.
The problem seems to be caused by the following file: atikmdag.sys
*** STOP: 0x100000ea (0xffff9b0859f42080, 0x0000000000000000, 0x0000000000000000,
*** atikmdag.sys - Address 0xfffff800541dc17b base at 0xfffff800540e0000 DateStamp
Final record of Radeon VII is 1800MHz/1000MHz @GPU temp 75 C and Junction temp 101 C.
I don't think this is such extreme temperature condition to overheat crashing.
Everything I have tried told me that this would be the hardware problem, what do you think?
Likely it is thermal throttling like all vegas. Look at the threads that show how to undervolt the vegas for stability. They may offer the solution you need to get that stable. Shame that on round 2 of vega they still can't make a card that works at default settings.
That would be very interesting because I have seen more high temperatures like core 80 C and junction goes to 115 C sometimes. And they work in this condition for minutes until the game over, everything seems be fine.
Also, I have try undervolt with a little overclock like 1900/1150 MHz @ 1080mV, I got the same problem as well. That’s why I try driver default clock and volt 1801/1000MHz @ 1112mV to test if the problem caused by the manual adjustment of clock or voltage.
If older drivers don't help and none of those tweaks help then maybe you just have a bad card or an issue with your incoming power?
Can you go into your Radeon settings for "gaming" and into the "global settings" and set the Frame Rate Target Controll to 50fps, and try gaming. Does it crash still crash while gaming?
Sorry for lately reply, I want to go RMA directly thought I have test for many setting. After it fail at another Ryzen 2700X PC, I think it is obviously a bad card. Another thing is that even the 50 FPS work, I don't want to have a video card cost $699 and only let me gaming at 50 FPS....