bound to be some updates for the game soon
Same problem as you bud maybe not 15-30 min but randomly from 15 minute to 10 hour with stock clock. It even CTD instantly the moment i load up my last save when i restart the game, the only way to continue without issue is load up previous save. I thought i had a defective gpu so i overclock my 380 to 1050 core and 1500 memory and ran valley ultra benchmark for 4 hour straight with no artifact no crash at 72c. have tested every driver from cc 15.7 to crimson beta and none of it solve the problem unfortunately.
There were post here and there regarding crashing with r9 3xx series gpu include fury almost all running on windows 10. I really hope a new driver come out soon the only thing keeping me sane while playing is quick save f5 key that i press after looting every room or after every fast travel.
Yes, I just got this R9 380 the day Fallout 4 came out, so as that was all I was playing it was just the looming doubt of whether or not the card itself was defective. Yet as I said, since I've played countless hours in other games without so much as a hitch and I've ran Furmark, 3DMark and the different Unigine benchmarks for long periods of time without issue either, so I'm pretty confident now that this is just Fallout 4, it's just whether or not there was some known driver, driver setting or game setting that could help - I guess I'm in for the wait for FO4 patches and AMD driver releases as well then
I'm having the same problem with Fallout 4. In the beginning it worked fine until a couple of days ago. Fallout 4 randomly crashes and takes my display driver with it. I'm getting a message from Windows 10 about the device driver being stopped responding but was restarted.
CPU: i5-4460 3.2 GHZ
GPU: Radeon r9 380 2GB
16GB RAM DDR3
Windows 10 Home 64-bit
I'm having exactly the same problem as the original poster. My config is:
CPU: i5-4950 @ 3,3 GHz
GPU: Radeon r9 380 4GB
24GB DD3 RAM
Winows 7 64-bit
I have the latest drivers (15.30.1025.1001-15120 cannot see the rest) and Fallout 4 also has been recently updated.
Why is no one answering this?
Same Problem - additionally got massive FPS drops on Heroes of the Storm now
R9 380 4GB
AMD FX 6300
Win 10 64 bit
I have the same problem with a AMD R9 380.
I've narrowed the crashing down though. Whenever it starts to rain or thunder it takes a couple of minutes and then crashes the PC completely. Not only to Desktop but the whole thing goes dark and I have to hit the physical reset button.
I tried to switch everything to do with Water off and even set everything to the lowest possible setting but still getting the same issue.
Have tried contacting Bethesda Support but they're totally useless and just giving their template answers. But on the Steam and Bethesda Forums there are several posts about the same issue.
I even have a save game and within minutes of loading it'll crash unless I fast travel somewhere else or change the weather to "clear" via console.
Anyway... my "workaround" for now is to use the console to change the weather to clear as soon as it starts to rain or I hear thunder.
The command is this: fw 0002b52a
AMD FX 6300 6 core
AMD R9 380 4gb
I was having the same problems, I installed the new drivers yesterday and played for 2 hours with no issues, even in rain and build mode.
I hope the new driver helps everyone else
What new drivers!? I can't see anything new since 17th December. I've had that driver since before Christmas and if anything the crashing got worse. It doesnt only crash to desktop but totally crashes the PC
Same here. I also don't know what new drivers you're talking about.
bluezed - same thing with me, crashes after 10 minutes max. or even sooner, tried it 4-5 times since the latest driver update & game patch :/ happends randomly when i do sth in build mode, open the menu or pip boy or answer in a dialoge...
Radeon Software version 15.12
Also installed AMD gaming evolved
Same problem, also R9 380 with 4GB. I don't know about you guys, but since Crimson it also randomly drops from a fluid 60 fps to 30 fps (locked, tothing in-between). Pretty random, although looking close at certain objects, looking at the ground and to the sky makes the game drop quite a few frames. Frustrating.
Driver crash every ~30-60min. Game-Settings - does not affect driver-stability, Low/Ultra - doesn't matter.
Specs - AMD FX-8350 / 16GB RAM / R9 380X / 2xFullHD Monitors
Soft - Win7 SP1 x64 ENG (MSDN, Updated) / Crimson Driver - 15.30 / Game Version - 1.2.37
R9 380 4G here.
Getting random crashes in F4 too. When I load my latest save it almost always is raining in-game.
No problems in other games.
I7-2600k - ASUS R9 380 4G - 8GB - DELL 1080p display
WIN10 x64 / Crimson 15.30
Well after finding out my PSU was the issue am going to update my response. I had Fallout 4 randomly crashing to desktop, and it was only Fallout 4, along with random cases of my PC just shutting down with Fallout 4. Didnt happen with any other games, well it finally started happening with other games. Replaced the PSU no issue. I would be leaning towards a PSU for you honestly.
I have the same issue
rig and electricity
FX 6300 @ 4.2 ghz (Xigmatek fan)
G.Skill RipJaws 4X4 @ 1866mhz
Sapphire R9 380X (latest driver)
MSI 970 Gaming MoBo (latest bios)
SSD + 7400rpm HDD
FSP Raider 750W (Silver 80+)
Cooler master silencio case
windows 10 64bit
powercom 800va UPS (pc+27" gaming monitor drains it)
there is no any device on the brekaer (onyl 15w philips lamp)
220V electric network
FO4 favors CUDA core technology
AMD utterly fail in crimson technology (programming respective)
380 and 380X have anomalies on power consumption (because I rarely get same issue on gta V) or you need to have a tier 2 psu at least and/or a first class ups
I wish had bought a GTX 960
Has nothing to do with cuda cores in a sense sort of, it has everything to do with gameworks. Bethesda not growing pushing themselves with each Game they make, to use new tech that is available, like 1-2 cores being used for the shadows and it killing performance is kind of sad... But anyways follow my guide if you are playing at 1920x1080 you should be getting 40-60 FPS easily in Fallout 4.
Yesterday I did download the hotfix manually. MSI Live update or AMD auto detect not able to find the hotfix. This is the problem
I played 3 hours with no crash also a little bit perfrormance improvement after the hotfix install
I am getting 30-40 fps. comfortable for fallout 4.
Yesterday i downloaded the 16.6.2 Hotfix for my R9 270X and after this hotfix my fallout crashed every 1-3 mins and i downloaded 16.3.2 driver and playing the game flawlessly! I think you should downgrade your GPU driver.