I think I made it.
I´ have deinstalled AMD Pro (idk how this driver have been installed on my system, maybe with the chipset drivers?) and everything related to AMD except the adrenalin software like Ryzen Master and so on.
I´´ ve installed the driver of my samsung 4k monitor (although that should not be necessary, cause windows install this)
And switched my cable from HDMI (the new 2.0) to Display Port.
5 hours of gaming without a driver timeout so far.
Fingers are still crossed.
Wish me luck.
I am getting this error message as well, but on my PowerColor Red Dragon Radeon RX 570 8GB. This is fairly recent as I had to rebuild my system, replacing a faulty Kingston A1000 series M.2 SSD for a Seagate FireCuda as a boot drive.
After many crashes within 5 minutes of games like Destiny 2 and apps like OCCT, I went back to the vendor support page and rolled back the driver build to 19.8.1, from August 2020 which by the way is the only version on their download page. It's not as butter smooth as the current driver but it didn't crash in 10 minutes of game play.
I too would like some advice... Could it be the drivers? The Vram? I am using a 650W PSU with an I5-7600K Intel on an MSI Krait gaming B250, so power shouldn't be an issue (card minimum requirements is a 450W PSU).
I've had this happen with my XFX RX 5700XT Thic III Ultra GPU, primarily when running the CEMU emulator at higher resolutions, 1800p or 2160p (4K). While the GPU performs well at those resolutions and the temps don't really rise above 60C, I still encountered the occasional hang-up followed by a "driver timeout" error box in Windows 10.
For me, what has reduced (and possibly eliminated...I'm not 100% certain yet) the timeout is disabling Freesync on my monitor and ensuring that dual monitors are off (I have the card hooked into a 4K UHDTV as a secondary monitor). I do stream games through Parsec and AMD does acknowledge that driver timeouts are a known issue on 21.7.2 (latest as of this post) in the Release notes.
Hopefully these timeouts are fixed...fortunately I do not experience driver timeouts/crashes with any other PC games, other than in CEMU. The real hassle with the AMD driver timeout is that my manual fan tuning is reset to default afterward, therefore I have to re-do my fan curve when this issue occurs.