Dang I hope not - played a number of games last still no issues.
For you, did you install this (1st listed driver) Asrock chipset driver
For me, I accidentally installed this MSI X570 Gaming Pro Carbon chipset driver
Instead of this AMD X570 chipset driver
Be sure to run system file checker in CMD as admin: SFC /scannow
AS well as the online repair: dism /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth
Built an AMD 3900x system on Sunday when released with an Asrock X570 MB. I used my RX 590 with no issues the past 4 days on this system. I ordered the 50th anniversary 5700XT on 7-7-19. Last night I received the 5700XT and installed. The crashes started right away. I had to enter safe mode and uninstall all AMD graphics drivers(latest Adrenalin). All processor and chipset driver updates have been re-installed after i did a clean install of Windows 10. Still had driver issues. When in safe mode the 5700XT displays but upon reboot it automatically crashes.
I re-installed my RX590 and there are no issues and no crashes. The rest of the system runs great.
I am sure a driver update is on the way but really wanted to see what this new system could do!
If anyone has any work-arounds I am open to suggestions
Asrock X570 Taichi
5700XT anniversary edition
1TB gigabyte M.2
EVGA 750 G3 PS
Windows 10 64bit edition
Second followup: I decided to wait and see if it'd crash before I started changing settings. Just want to say I've been able to game extensively since doing a fresh windows install and fresh driver install. Played 7D2D all night last night (5120x1440 with all settings set to ON or High), no issues! Again, no settings within the driver have been changed from default whatsoever post-install, and my monitor's freesync feature is set to off (in case it matters).
Thanks scarceloot, I went back and installed all drivers from AMD instead of Asrock and it improved.
I have the card running much better and here are a couple of tweeks.
I updated the Asrock X570 bios to the latest version and I started to have DDR4 memory issues, so I went back to an earlier version of bios 1.1 and this fixed my memory and was more stable.
Next, I watched a video and noticed they have my same board Our FIRST Ryzen 3900X / RX 5700 XT Gaming PC Build! - YouTube - in this video he had to set the -PCIx16 bus- back to GEN3 instead of the new X570 GEN4 and this fixed my windows shut down issues and now my 5700XT will post and run!
Lastly I was getting a hardware issue Error #132 while playing games after I downloaded the latest Radeon Adrenaline drivers.
To fix this I did the following:
- in windows 10 device manager select Display adapters
- then right click on AMD Radeon RX 5700XT
- next select Update driver, my screen flashed then said driver installed successfully
- I no longer have this error in Warcraft and Fallout
On another note:
I cannot get MSI Afterburner to work, it was shutting down with the smallest tweeks and it will not read temps.
I played for 2 hours this morning and my card was hot but did not seem unreasable. Also, I had very minor issues and it did not seem to throttle.
Anyone have a GPU software suggestion so I can monitor my 5700XT temps while playing?
Glad it help.. Unfortunately now I am having issues with the gpu black screening. Not entire sure what is up with that (sound still works).
As for monitoring, I am using TechPowerUp GPU-Z (sensors tab) to monitor the GPU/CPU/Memory Temps. You can also open Radeon Settings > Gaming > Global Setttings > Global Wattman and it will start to graph for you
I black screened (video card stopped displaying but had in-game sound) then the system restarted. I decided to reseat the GPU. This time I noticed a second audible clicking noise (the 2nd tooth of the clasp?) as I seated the GPU, Im wondering if my issues were a culmination of things. Just played a few rounds of Apex which was crashing mid game, seems more stable so I suggest trying the same.
Edit: Apex game crashed and received an error for Apex legends 0X887A0006 - DXGI_ERROR_DEVICE_HUNG. I found a few posts eluding to nvidia drivers needing to be updated to fix the issue.. so looks like we need amd drivers