Just purchased a new ASUS TUF radeon rx 6800 (non xt) gpu. installed everything okay.
Ive been running into the issue, so far only with Call of Duty Warzone. I'll be able to play for a few hours, but randomly my entire PC will freeze. I will then have to force shut down the PC and turn it back on to work again. I removed all Nvidia drivers and have the AMD Radeon Software downloaded with updated drivers.
This has happened multiple timse, only after i installed the new gpu. Just wondering if anyone else is having this issue, or if its just a thing warzone is causing. I played about 2.5 hours of Cyberpunk just fine with no crashes/freezes
CPU: Ryzen 5 5600x
GPU: ASUS TUF Radeon RX 6800
MOB: X570 Aorus Elite Wifi
PSU: EVGA 750w Bronze
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I have it in another post and it seems to help others. Go into the tuning area on the Radeon software, enable "automatic" OC. Get the "undervolt GPU" number, write it down. Switch into "manual" OC mode enable all disabled settings. Slide the minimum clock to within 100Mhz of the maximum. Enter that voltage you got into the voltage area. Disable zero RPM fan. Set the "power limit" to max. Hit apply and save that profile under the 3 dots at the top right. Run 3D Mark TimeSpy tot test stability. Or just try Warzone see if that doesn't fix it. I have a Gigabyte RX 6800. Here's my settings, working 100% with driver 12.2.1
I can not confirm this problem with Warzone, but I have a very similiar problem with BeamNG. My PC will just black out and the VGA Debug LED goes on. Only way is to shut it down via power button then. Using a 700W PSU. Will try it with an more powerful psu soon. It Seems to be a power issue but it is only happening in BeamNG. Wonder what AMD has to say to that.
mh, did you clean Nvidia driver with DDU in safe-mode or by simple uninstalling them in Windows?
if you simply uninstalled - congrats, now you can re-install a fresh Win10 20H2... (Nvidia does some stuff to the system that really hinders AMD GPUs to work properly)
I deinstalled drivers via DDU in safe mode and I had an AMD card before. I even freshly set up windows after a couple of days.
Ich habe, hatte das gleiche Problem. Gehe in Win 10 zu Einstellungen, System, Anzeige ganz unter Grafikeinstellungen und aktiviere deine App-Grafiksoftware (exe) dort und stelle dein Energielevel ein. In der Radeon Software bei den Spielen dasselbe. Bis jetzt hatte ich keine Abstürze (Schwarzer Bildschirm) mehr.
1. sprich english (speak english)
2. mh, vielleicht bringt der doch was ;) // maybe he can try that
3. eben die einstellung auch bei mir gefunden - danke, mal wieder was neues gefunden // found it in settings for my PC aswell - thank you for teaching me something new ;)
what is your PSU?
not 700W etc - i want to know the actual NAME of the PSU ;)
I am also facing the same issues in warzone. I play for 2 hours and then screen completely freezes and forces the systwm to reboot.
I have very similar spec.
CPU: Ryzen 5 5600x
GPU: ASUS RX 6800
MOB: B550 Msi Mortar
PSU: Corsair CX 750f Bronze
I have a 850w gold corsair psu incoming which i am going to test
I'm pretty sure it is not psu related. I currently run an new System Power 9 with 700W, but also ran an 850W Lepa G Series yesterday and it didn't changed anything with the crashing in BeamNG Drive.