I'm at the latest firmware but im lost on what to do or to try.
Works fine for me, I am using the 16.7.1 drivers with ultra settings at 4K resolution, I tried with one and two of the 480 cards in Crossfire also.
So It looks like if i uninstall the driver and reinstall it, it works fine until I reboot the machine then it is back to studdering both sound and graphics.
I'm just going to return the RX 480 in the next few days and go back to my 7870 if I can't figure this out in a few days.
That doesnt sound like an RX480 problem. What is your CPU and Power Supply?
sorry thought I posted this,
CPU is a 8350 and the posu is a corsair 650w
I figured power would not be an issue since my old 7870 used a 6 pinc PCI and a 4 pin pcie.
did you by chance have the XFX rx 480? refer to another thread with some similarities. RX 480 the evil within crashs BSOD
The issue with Evil Within is not GPU brand specific and I doubt very much it has anything to do with this issue either since if it did I would be able to replicate the issue like I did with Evil Within which is why it is getting fixed at the moment.
I do have an XFX RX 480.
I signed up with the email ticketing and someone from AMD responded and I am going to use the tool they gave me to do a complete uninstall of the drivers and then use the link they gave me to download the newest driver without a trace of the old one. I will try to remember to update this ticket along with the troubleshooting methods used.
For the record AMDpete it seems as though the game works nice the first time but after I close the game again and I reboot or the computer goes to sleep I do get the studdering as described.
Just wanted to update and say the following info given to me by the AMD email ticket appears to have solved my issue.
Here are few suggestion, I request you to perform on your computer because this can help you in fixing the issue:-
I request you to uninstall the drivers by entering to Safe Mode on your computer. Try 3rd party DDU Utility (Display Driver Uninstaller). It will help you completely uninstall AMD graphics card drivers and packages from your system, without leaving leftovers behind (including registry keys, folders and files, driver store). Then install the latest AMD drivers.
Before installing the latest drivers on your computer, I request you to perform all windows essential updates such asMicrosoft Net Framework and Visual C++ 2013etcetc.
Once after updating all essential windows updates on your computer then you can download the below link to install the drivers for your graphic card.
Please download & install AMD Auto-Detect-Tool to download the compatible AMD Drivers on your computer.
I thought it was going to restart but after a hibernate, the next day it reverted back.
What do you mean it reverted back? Like the problem came back?
Retrieving data ...