Please uninstall MSI Afterburner and any third party applications that are used to control GPU clock speeds and fan controls.
Download and run DDU. Follow the prompt to restart in safe mode and click Clean and Restart.
There is an issue with Crimson and fluctuating core clocks which is under investigation at the moment. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
Thank you for the response I've done that already. as stated above... Core clock fluctuations would be welcomed right now, its staying at D2 constantly even with going back to previous pre-crimson drivers. The only way I got it to start working on the 295's master GPUs was with clock blocker but the slave GPUs will not clock properly. After I ran clock blocker the master GPUs will clock up to D3 even with clock blocker shut off...
Also I got a response from your guys in the email support ticket asking/ telling me my motherboard is old and power supply is to small......... that are already listed in the support ticket... anyway the below is my spec sheet from my build log...
Computer spec sheet:
CPU: Intel 5960X @ 4.25GHz
GPU: X2 R9 295X2 (quad crossfire)
RAM: 4x 8GB 32GB DDR4 3600MHz Corsair Vengeance LPX (been playing around with this heard it can cause issues idk...)
MB: Gigabyte X99M Gaming 5
IO: 3x 840EVO 1TB (RAID 0)
PSU: AX1500i 1500 Watt (on 220V)
OS: Windows 10 Pro X64
Case: Modded Corsair 350D Window
Fans: x4 Noctua NF-A14 ind PPM3000, x1 Noctua NF-F12 ind PPM3000
Water blocks: EKWB Supremacy EVO, x2 EKWB R9 259X2, EKWB X99 Gigabyte board set
Pump: Koolance PMP-420
Radiators: HWLabs 120GTS BLK-ice Xflow Nem, HWLabs 140GTS BLK-ice Xflow Nem, HWLabs 280GTS BLK-ice Xflow Nem
Reservoir: EKWB CSQ single bay
Blu-ray: Panasonic UJ-265 Slim (using ICYDock adapter)
Fan and pump management: Corsair Commander mini
Keyboard: Corsair K95 RGB
Mouse: Corsair M65 RGB
Headset: Corsair Void RGB Wireless
Mouse pad: MM200 XL
Monitors: X5 MG279Q (eyefinity) (currently only running one because of clock issues)
The next step i would recommend is a fresh OS install. As soon as you have installed the OS, install Crimson 16.1.1 and verify that the correct 3D clocks are running in a benchmark like Unigine Heaven. Do not install any other software until you have confirmed that the clocks are functioning correctly.
As stated in the original post done and done, I can't get the GPUs to clock at all 300MHz and that's it...
yes its the same with one or 2 cards the slave GPU does not clock up at all.
hell with it im going to sawp over to my titans.... I hope Polaris doesn't have problems, this is the first problem I've ever had with my AMD based cards... anyway thanks for the help troubleshooting.