My crashes were resolved by moving the nvme to a Sata capable m2 slot, for my X570 (unless on agesa 188.8.131.52ab) the m2 #2 slot is the SATA capable PCIe that’s not on the cpu controller, until we get that update I’m willing to bed by physically moving the nvme to a different spot might fix your issues. I haven’t had a single WHEA 17 since doing so.. though now I have GPU issues again
Nope this has nothing to do with my NVMe, to be honest I am thinking about returning my Ryzen stuff to Amazon, and returning this crappy rx 5700, AMD are just useless to be honest. Should have gotten a 9700k or something instead of the Ryzen and a RTX 2070 instead of this waste of money. People buy Graphics cards to play games, and it has been like 20 days or something since this card was released. They should have released it in August or something as this is just totally broken. I don't understand how none of the reviewers have came across any of these issues and they all say these cards are amazing.... yeah right.
Same happened to Turing. Just because it's Nvidia it isn't great. And yes. Intel is better i suggest rma. You have a faulty card. Believe me. I have a xt which I undervolted and it hits 1900 on 1.026v. The sheer power is just nice. You were unlucky. Stop blaming amd for everything. The GPU market is crap because people literally sold there bolls to Nvidia. Get it replaced and if luck shines on you. You will never be an nvidiot who's chasing light ( cheated rasterization) watch adored TVs Ray tracing video for Nvidia. You will understand
I tell you what. I aint that rich to upgrade everything. I'm still using my sandy bright 2600k. Intel CPU s are just reliable. I still have my 6950 which I unlocked to 6970. I'm from India. I use blower I undervolt. . I run my Navi in same system. The only artifact my XT gave was when I pushed 950mv on 1.9ghz XD. It was too low.
Just played about 2 hours of Resident Evil 2, and ran a firestrike stress test with 99.8%, timespy stress test with 99% also ran furmark for about 45 miniutes with no problem. I dont think the card is faulty as it would not have been able to pass any of those... just seems to be certain games it will crash, and randomy in Windows.
I had similar problems with crashing driver and system etc.
For a while now I got the system run stable.
I don't really know how but after the 10th new installation of the new driver 19.7.3 I don't get crashes anymore.
But I have to say I only installed the display driver! No Radeon Settings, No Audio Driver ...
Before I did this I got a BSOD with the same Driver even after a clean windows and driver Installation.
Sorry for bad English
I know I'm late to the party but did you ever find a fix? I've been pretty annoyed that the drivers for this card blow. Would swap to nvidia in a heartbeat but the 2070 is $90 more