1 Reply Latest reply on Dec 4, 2016 8:54 AM by enemymind

    R9 390X (Asus DC2) crashing (Blackscreen)

    venoxx

      Hey everyone,
      I have virtually the same problem as https://community.amd.com/thread/183574?q=390x%20black#2706333
      Everything is going normal, but when i try to game it crashes after 10 to 30 minutes. I get a blackscreen and a loud buzzing sound.

      Recently the crashes also occured while just browsing. (though very rarely) The Games that always trigger that are for me: GTA5, Skyrim (modded), CS:GO and Witcher 1 (unmodded)

      So far have tried reinstalling drivers, using an overdrive profile and completetly reinstall windows clean.

      This is my Rig: Venoxx - Saved Part Lists - PCPartPicker

      I should note that i have owned this system for a longer time with a different graphics card and never had issues.

       

      I would be most thankfull if you could help me with this problem, as it makes gaming almost impossible.

      Thank you in advance

        • Re: R9 390X (Asus DC2) crashing (Blackscreen)
          enemymind

          Hi

           

          I also have same black screen issue (no signal..only in gaming). All old and new driver doesn't works or fix it. As suggested in another thread, I raised the power target to +20% in MSI Afterburner and do TDR windows seems fixed the issue. Now i am using Crimson 16.11.5

           

          For TDR windows adjustment

          1. Click Start, type regedit in the Search box, and then double-click regedit.exe from the results above. If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.
          2. Browse to and then click the following registry subkey:
            HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\GraphicsDrivers
          3. On the Edit menu, click New, and then select the following registry value from the drop-down menu specific to your version of Windows (32 bit, or 64 bit):

          4. For 64 bit Windows
            1. Select QWORD (64-bit) value.
            2. Type TdrDelay as the Name and click Enter.
            3. Double-click TdrDelay and add 8 for the Value data and click OK.
          5. For 32 bit Windows
            1. Select DWORD (32-bit) value.
            2. Type TdrDelay as the Name and click Enter.
            3. Double-click TdrDelay and add 8 for the Value data and click OK.
          6. Close the registry editor and then restart your computer for the changes to take affect.