2 Replies Latest reply on Oct 19, 2016 11:46 AM by chucky

    Getting BSOD randomly on RX 460


      I got strange error that crashing my PC randomly. I dont even play any game at this moment. Just suddenly blue screen... My i use Sapphire Trixx tool to control fan of graphics card manualy (on auto mode it starts after 55-60 C, it affects performance in games so i managed fan control by my custom graph, after that working temperature of GPU become much lower. So there is no overheating too. But i didnt overclock my GPU, it runs on it's default frequency. Windows was installed one week ago, and this problem with BSOD started to appear after 2-3 days from installing windows. How to get rid of this error?


      I will provide additional info about error and my PC:

      Error info:

      BSOD Error code: 0x100000ea




      My PC hard and soft config:

      Graphics card: ASUS STRIX AMD RX 460

      Motherboard: MSI Gaming 970 (Latest BIOS version)

      CPU: AMD FX-8320 8 Core 3.50 GHz (No overclocking)

      RAM: DDR3 16 Gb


      OS: Windows 10 Pro x64 (version 10_0_14393)

      Driver version: Crimson 16.9.2 (also tryed 16.10.1)

      GPU Overclocking soft: Sapphire Trixx v6.1.0 (No overclocking, just customized cooling/temperature graph)