So guys i need a help from all of you so the story is
i was using the old graphic card (R7250 2gb ddr3) and after 1 year using it all game feels smooth and good after it all that graphic card is broken so i buyed the new one which is R7350 4gb DDR5 and i dont know what happen to all of my game because some of my game keep crashing everytime i started
list the game that i played:
-Dying light (keep crashing when i started the game)
-CSGO (runs normally)
-apex legend (after all the game was very smooth than i played with R7250) but the AMD software says system does not meet requirement and it crashed
-battlefield 1 (runs normally)
so guys i need your help to fix all of it because i have no problem with R7250 before
All R7 Series GPU cards are now considered to be Legacy without any more AMD Driver updates.
Here is the last AMD Driver update for your R7 350 GPU card: https://www.amd.com/en/support/graphics/amd-radeon-r7-series/amd-radeon-r7-300-series/amd-radeon-r7-...
See if that helps with all of your games. I wouldn't go by Radeon Software to determine if it meets the requirements of a game.
Instead click on one of these Gaming Website to determine which games you can play at which level of Resolution:
yeah but i already update the driver to the latest update so i think when i read on internet there might be 3 problem
1. the driver is too glitchy or bugged
2. my power supply is not strong enough to carry the gpu
3. maybe there a corrupted files on my windows
according to this PSU website for GPUs the R7 250 GPU card requires a minimum PSU of 380 Watts to run a PC with the GPU card installed.
The R7 350 requires a minimum of 400 Watt PSU if installed in a PC.
You can check to see if the PSU is the issue by downloading the free diagnostic program called OCCT and use its PSU Stress test to check your PSU. While the test is running check the PSU Output voltages. All should be within 5% -/+ tolerances and GPU & CPU Temperatures to see if overheating is causing your crashing during heavy loads.
Also run both the CPU and GPU stress test to see if anything abnormal shows up during the testing.
You also need to have the latest version of Windows installed and fully updated via Windows Update.
Run in a elevated Command Prompt the following simple command SFC /scannow to check your Windows OS for corruption or missing core files.
You can also install a previous AMD Driver and see if it works better from here for your R7 350: https://www.amd.com/en/support/previous-drivers/graphics/amd-radeon-r7-series/amd-radeon-r7-300-seri...
Already install the latest driver and i have tried to reinstall the driver so its not the driver problem.... it might be my power supply or windows then...
so yeah this is not normal right?
also i have scan the windows with cmd and it say there a corrupt file and it has been repaired but my game still crashing
What were the processor's temperature and your PSU Outputs?
Run OCCT's PSU Test which runs both CPU and GPU Stress test at the same time and check for Temperature and PSU Outputs and any other abnormal readings.