Thank you for the post. We continue to investigate claims of driver crashes and black screens from a small section of R9 380 users.
Have you tried updating to our latest Crimson 16.4.1 drivers?
The issues you have described could be caused by a faulty driver, or a faulty graphics card. To test the latter, please try lowering the core clock of your R9 380 by 300Mhz and see if this has any effect on the issue you are experiencing.
Mine has been crashing quite a bit since August, I hang onto it with some bit of faith it'll get fixed, I've tried everything suggested and even replaced it once. I've read from a few people that it's a flaw between gigabyte mobos and this series of cards, and when I see people reporting this, they have a gigabyte mobo. I've seen AMD mostly dodge this issue since I bought the thing and am kinda glad to see them noticing it more now, but I've been feeling kinda screwed for a while.
My card is Saphire r9 380 and i have same issue but only when i updating drivers. When im going back to v. 15.301.1201.0 it stops crashes but i have rediculiosly low fps in ds3, with this card i surely can have 60 fps at min settings, right? but i dont.