'Display driver stopped responding and has recovered' I'm running fallout 4 with a radeon r9 380, but my screen cuts out. Is fallout 4 too intense on my graphics card? not sure, need help.
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Maybe monitor the GPU temps while ingame. Maybe increase the GPU voltage alittle helped in the past. Hope this helps.
PS: Corsair GS600
MB: Gigabyte Z97X-Gaming 3
Installed memoy: 16 GB 1600Mhz
System Type: Windows 7 64-bit OS
GPU: AMD Radeon R9 380 Memory size: 4GB Bus Width: 256 bit
"Display driver has stopped responding and has successfully recovered."
See my post,maybe some band name 380,390,390x,especially
come with a huge heatsink,perhaps it's too heavy,and causes bad contract of pci-e slot.Try to find something to prop up the display adaptor.
Hope this helpful,i have same problem,it harass me serval months and I solved it by this way.Sorry for my poor English.
The GPU is pretty stable in the socket, I've checked. I've also ran Furmark for the past 70 minutes. Climbed up to 81°C, and stayed there. However, no crashing occured.
I think it's the game and not the hardware. It hit me once on "fallout 4" and many times on the "Star Wars Battlefront Alfa and Beta tests.
I'm running an R9 270x with both games running on ultra settings.
It ain't the games.... My system was handling these updates pretty well but, the last display driver update really was unstable. Then again windows 10 has also been updating almost twice a day. (the last one had some note about "display & C++")
This is happening to me in cs:go. Currently installing a few games to see if I come across the same issue. Google search for r 380 crash brings up a lot about fallout 4 and cs:go.
I have the same issues with my ASUS R9 380 4G.
Random crashes with Fallout 4. Temps etc are all fine.
Same on Low/Ultra settings, borderless, fullscreen. Makes no difference.
I7-2600k - ASUS R9 380 4G - 8GB
Win10 x64 - Crimson 15.30
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