Its been months 7+ without any fix...GGWP
i have a gigabite windforce x2 r9 380 2 gb from october last year i never had any problem with the cards or drivers u might just had a unlucky bad card and i play all the games witcher 3 ,gta 5 ,the crew wildrun no problems
yep, same for my 1 year old Gigabyte R9 380 Gaming/4GB .. working flawless with Crimsons.
The only advise I can give the OP is watching the card's temperature even heating up the case's room if the ventilation (air extraction) is insufficient. I had to increase the case fan speed (next to the GPU) to keep the temperature low.
Thanks for your answer guys. i got 5 fans in my case, never saw my card pass 65°c (Gigabyte g1 gaming)
Just in case, I installed version 16.7.2, and set the fan graphic card at 60% (2200 rpm).
After a few minutes of gameplay (witcher 3)... black screen.
tryed to set power limit to +20% or -20%... same thing.
turned on and off energy save. same thing...
i really believe this is a driver problem... because i saw a lot of people with the same problem... even with the 290 and 390 cards.
when i RMA my card.. gigabyte says that they run some benchmarks with no problems... and sent it back to me =/
dont feel bad i got the same problem too.randomly drops out it seems.i am noticing a trend though it seems every r9 380 card seems to have this problem when they have 4 gb vram.not sure if this is the problem or not
Instal windows 10 update it uninstal drivers with DDU driver uninstaler in safe mode then fresh install again maybe the gpu îs overclocked downclock it back to 980-1375 thats what i have .
ive done the ddu uninstaller and reinstalled multiple times with the same results .windows 10 pro x64 fully updated
motherboard: asus z-87 pro
graphics cards :msi r9 380 4gb gaming edition crossfired
ram: corsiar xms3 16 ddr3 1333
cpu : delided i7 4770k 4.4 ghz 1.5 vcore watercooled
hard drives : 4x samsung spinpoint 1gb raid 0 /2x western digital cavier blue 500 gb raid 0
case: antec 1200 version 3
power supply: ocz 750 watt 80 plus certified modular psu