I just got mine today, 5700 xt, i instaly downloaded the 19.7.2 and went on to download games, but when i tried to play them, it crashed with an error, so i tried to updating it via device manager, to my surprise it started updating. I tried to play my games again for about 30mins it worked perfect, so i checked what version it was on, and that was 19.7.1, and wanted me to updating to 19.7.2, but i guess i wont do that. Lol
Also done this yesterday and so far no issues.
MSI Afterburner operates fine and detects all GPU info including temp and usage and manages fan curve just fine.
I will add that I'm using Afterburner 4.6.2 (Beta 1) not the current public released 4.6.1
Yeah, the system started going apes**t for me. Vega 64 Crossfire and Threadripper. Mostly after I enabled the CF to bench some games lately. Gears randomly crashed, had weird performance. Even at desktop watching movies I had crashes.I Installed the latest 19.7.2 just now, and its even worse in most regards. Performance with CF is a lot better now in GoW4 benchmark, tho. But after it ends its black screen and wattman resets the settings, which were already at the default. ReLive isn't installed at all, and there's no option to enable it. I'm thinking to clean up my system completely.
Just played some division 2 without any problems, but i turned it off, cuz i think it was to hot it was up to 94• and junction temp was 112
but it might Also be cuz of the insane weather here, its crazy hot
Alrighty then, I did as the dude suggested. manually updated the driver from the device manager, and completed the gow4 bench with no issues. I do not have any Adrenaline goodies, tho. That may have to wait for the better release…
Another update - I had to reinstall windows to my MX500 SSD because of WHEA PCIe 17 errors and BSODing so bad it forced me into a boot loop that Windows couldnt fix itself and using a USB drive wouldnt repair itself.
It turns out the issue is with my Samsung 970 EVO Plus (Or potentially a Windows 10 bug) having PCIe driver issues due to the M2 slot on the board. Apparently the only fix for this is to get to AGESA 22.214.171.124AB and all X570 MSI motherboards are on 126.96.36.199A. OR by moving the M2 to a slot that supports both SATA and PCIe Reddit thread discussing this