I have troubles with my new build:
CPU: ryzen 3600 (while waiting for 5900x)
GPU: RX 6800 XT (xfx merc)
RAM: 16 GB 3600 MHz (8+8)
Motherboard: ASUS TUF Gaming Plus Wifi
PSU: EVGA 750 W Gold Modular
Issue: Games crashing.
Warzone crashing after few moments in game, or just being in menu. Error codes are AMD driver timeout, or Disk read error, or dev error 6860, also got a direct x error once.
Control crashing after few moments. Error code: memory could not be written.
Doom Eternal, stable, running at several hundred fps at nightmare 1080p.
Wolfenstein - New Order, stable, running fine.
So my theory is then that Direct X 12 and my new GPU aren't playing well together. Doom and Wolfenstein are Vulkan, and are running well.
I have updated BIOS, reinstalled Windows, updated windows to latest, reinstalled AMD Chipset drivers to latest, Installed the two latest versions of the AMD Gpu drivers.
I have also stess tested, GPU, VRAM, RAM, CPU with no bad results, other than one run of Uningine Direct X which crashed at 1080p extreme.
Anyone know any fixes for this?
Bios version: 3602
GPU: 21.3.1, also tried the former version
No mans sky did also crash.
Lowered my RAM to 3200
Followed these instructions: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PtIh1fnuNoE
Drivers without Adrenaline software. Now I could play one game of warzone with great framerate. Game crashed in menu after game, with Dev. error 6068.
That large mix of different errors points much more to a RAM issue than anything else. Either you're running it too fast or it's defective, most likely.
Just my 2 cents...
for the past few months with my 6800xt I was having constant crashing in simple games such as WoW and DOTA2 all showing memory could not be read/written or DX errors regardless of which version was used, and was stumped trying every possible combination of drivers/settings and switching things in the BIOS with zero results. Almost upon giving up I realised that a new BIOS version had been released for my motherboard as of this month. Updating that solved everything.
TLDR; update BIOS, post results.