I had one bsod as well - i used windows system reset and during that short window when system closes applications i popped radeon overlay and disabled freesync:
0xD1 - DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL
didn't mention it in my earlier post since that behaviour was expected considering what was done
I was merely looking at twitch on chrome, noticed that some sites werent loading (due to a cookie/cache issue), so I had Edge up with twitch on it as well, and poof BSOD
Edit: Just got DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL
What problems were you experiencing prior to the update?
I plan on trying out the update when I get home, but really my only issue is FreeSync being buggy and poor performance in Overwatch. I have had a crash or two over the last week but that was likely due to pushing the undervolt too far.
I'm still trying to figure out what the real advantages are to even using Freesync (or nVidia's expensive version, Gsync, etc.) I've seen the demos purporting to show how "bad" my rendered animations are supposed to look without freesync, and how "good" they are supposed to look with it. Over and over again, I've seen them over the years....;) There's just one problem: My non-freesync rendering display always looks much better than the demos say it is supposed to look sans freesync, and truthfully, my non-freesync rendering always looks as good as the freesync demos say it it is supposed to look with freesync enabled! Seriously--I'm really not kidding at all. If any of my monitor displays had ever looked as bad as the non-freesync demo representations swear it it is supposed to resemble--I'd have been convinced I had some kind of hardware problem that needed fixing!....;) My current non-freesync monitor, an AoC U3277PWQU, now pared with my splendid 50th Ann. 5700XT (replacing my venerable but clunky & slow RX-590/480 8GB X-fire GPUs), seems always to look as good as a Freesync monitor--except that it isn't Freesync, of course! Darned if I can understand what I'm missing--and I've been scratching my head over that one for a long time. Screen tearing is just something I almost never see, etc. and freesync seems to have little or nothing to do with that, at least in my situation. What would you cite as the chief benefit you get from Freesync 1/2?
Ya it works about 2-3 hours but then my computer completely dies. If i try to shut off my pc screen goes black and wont turn off so i have to manually flip the switch on the PSU. Please fix amd its better but still rediculous that its this bad and unstable
I Saw the 19.7.3 the other Day, but was to scared to Update it, so im still running 19.7.1 without any problems, im just gonna wait for some updates or till i get some problems
No, it doesn't work! 19.7.3 with new W10 installation on a completelly new SSD and it is still the same as it was at the day one. Nothing has been changed.
I did some more testing to see which games run and which don't. All of my games, except GTA and Star Wars Battlefront II which crash at launch, run like normal. Seeing that so many people are having the same issue with other games like Overwatch, Apex, etc. I have also discovered that I can't watch any videos or movies in full screen. If I do, my monitors flicker and will eventually freeze me system. I have tried watching some videos on the Movies & TV app, but as soon as I stop moving the mouse my monitors black screen and the audio still plays. Moving the mouse brings the picture back up.
The only workaround that I know of since looking at these forum posts is installing the drivers without the setup execution. I was able to play all of my games just fine, but there are no Radeon Settings goodies.
Uninstall current driver with DDU -> restart -> open device manager -> display adapters -> right click on the current adapter and select update driver -> browse computer for driver software -> locate the install directory folder that you've set up (example C:/AMD) -> check the little box to make sure that all subfolders are included -> restart computer.
Like I said, this worked when both 19.7.1 and 19.7.2 absolutely failed for me. If you're still using either one of these new drivers and you aren't experiencing issues obviously you have nothing to worry about.
My system specs:
Windows 10 (64-bit)
AMD Ryzen 7 2700X
XFX Radeon RX 5700
G.Skill Ripjaw V 32GB (4x8GB)