XFX RX 5700
Gigabyte Aorus Elite wifi x570
In the x16 slot, I receive video scheduler internal error BSOD.
Also, if not crashing, screen will go black and non-responsive.
Stable in the x4 pcie slot.
Updated Windows 10
September 2019 WQHL driver from AMD.
Anyone have a fix? Lots of people with this issue.
go into your bios and see if you can change pci-e to 3. on default the card will try to run as pcie4. so maybe manually change in the bios to pcie3. see if it helps
i have nearly the same issue as camilolsl. I have a biostar x370 gt7 and recently bought a new gpu. Until that day i used a nvidia gt710 in the top pcie slot which is capable of x16 bandwidth, but due to being an old trash gpu, it only supported x8, so i never had any issues. when my new card arrived, a asus rx570, i replaced it with the gt710. First it seems to work but after a few ours i had my first crash, the pc went off. every few hours, i got this error. if i am lucky, it happens only once in 2 or 3 days. So i send back the rx570, because i thought it was faulty. New card, this time a nvidia 1660, had the exact same issues. Ok so 2 brand new gpus, and both are faulty is very unlikely. i took the nvidia out of the top pcie slot and put it in another slot. From now, every issues were gone. Cant be a psu issue, because both slots have the same max power draw. in fact it seems to be a problem running pcie 3.0 x16 on my system, like camilolsl. I havent tried to disable xmp profile and test the card in top slot with x16 bandwidth. maybe i will in the future. since having problems with the mainboard, the day it arrives, i assume it is mainboard issue.
Sorry to necro this but did someone find a solution for this issue? I'm running on an Asrock z87 fatality with a i7 4790 and got the same issue.
Main slot actually is locked at x1 1.1 and the second one at x8 3.0.
I even swapped with an Asus H97M-Plus and still had the same issue.
This particular issue magically was resolved for me when I put in a wifi
adapter in the lower slot and moved the GPU up to the intended slot. At the
same time, I set the pcie to gen 4.
Then I ran into black screen driver issues and the card was RMA'd. The new
GPU was plug and play. Still have wifi card in lower slot.
Hope this helps.
Also have this problem with Asrock x570 Pro4 + MSI 5700XT + 2700x Black screen, random crashes, stuttering, and mostly Video Scheduler Internal BSOD
Things we've tried WITHOUT success:
Contacting G.Skill for tech support. (one reply, but no follow ups after issue persisted)
Contacting Asrock for tech support. (no response)
Clean install W10
With and without AMD chipset drivers.
Multiple versions of AMD video drivers.
Tried every available BIOS revision available from Asrock (only 2.20 and 2.30 will even boot reliably into Windows)
Replaced memory with same make model from another longstanding stable AMD system (memory at BIOS defaults, not OC)
Replaced memory with another brand.
Replaced motherboard with a new one under warranty.
Replaced CPU with a new one under warranty.
Replaced PSU (1200 watt Thermaltake)
Replaced GPU with same make model, stable on another AM4 system for about a year.
Replaced OS SSD, just in case.
Replaced SATA cables.
Disabled any non-critical motherboard options (sound, serial port, etc)
Bumped up SoC voltages slightly (this actually reduced the frequency of BSoDs a little)
Set PCIe to 3.0
Set PCIe to 4x4
The only thing that fixed the stability problem was moving the 5700xt into the PCIe "#3" slot, which, confusingly is spec'd at x16.
from the mobo manual, on PCIe slots:
AMD Ryzen series CPUs (Pinnacle Ridge)
• 2 x PCI Express 3.0 x16 Slots (PCIE1/PCIE3: single at x16 (PCIE1); dual at x16 (PCIE1) / x4 (PCIE3))*
* Supports NVMe SSD as boot disks
What gives? Can anyone explain what the deal is?