7 Replies Latest reply on Jan 11, 2016 1:30 AM by madmungo

    AMD Fury X Screen flickering

    tracyfox

      Hello. I just want to write here to find out if i should RMA my card i just received, or wait for better drivers.

       

      So im a lucky owner of an Asus Fury X. I love the design and the noise level compared to my older card, The R9 295x2. The problem now is i am running into issues. I never had problems with my older card but now, I see some screen flickering and sometimes blackscreens. I manage to fix this issue by using the "Clockblocker", but the problem seems to appear in 1 game only, and thats CS:GO. Now the 1 millon dollar question: Should i RMA my card? Or should i just take it as a driver fault and wait for it to be fixed?

      My Setup:
      I5 6600k
      Fury X
      Fractal design newton 1000w
      Evo 850 500gb.
      BenQ XL2730Z.

        • Re: AMD Fury X Screen flickering
          kingfish

          I can't offer any suggestions, but I will say there are numerous posts here about issues with that particular game...with various graphics cards. I would wait for a fix either from the game or AMD...especially since everything works fine in other games.

          • Re: AMD Fury X Screen flickering
            tracyfox

            Oh yea I forgot. I already changed DP cable 3 times.

            • Re: AMD Fury X Screen flickering
              maximiza

              with me it was caused by too high voltage or having format optimization on. 

                • Re: AMD Fury X Screen flickering
                  tracyfox

                  And where do you find this format optimization?

                    • Re: AMD Fury X Screen flickering
                      maximiza

                      In crimson global settings or in just game profile

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                      And where do you find this format optimization?

                       

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                  • Re: AMD Fury X Screen flickering
                    madmungo

                    I Just upgraded to a Fury X and LG Ultra Wide monitor. I am on windows 10 single card/monitor using the latest drivers and am getting the corrupt screen in 2D mode only.

                    I have tried disabling ULPS, and setting higher 2D memory clocks with no change in behavior. I am using the DP output as it is the only one that supports

                    my monitors screen res of 2560x1080, have tried 4 cables and still get corruption when using them.

                     

                    Every time it happens all I have to do is turn the monitor off then back on and it is fixed for a random duration but it is getting annoying fast.

                     

                    So seeing as I ONLY have ONE monitor connected via Display Port and am getting this screen tearing it looks like it is either a driver issue or something to do with the

                    graphics cards Display Port implementation.