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For me 16.12.1 is also a no-go, and I also have R9 380.
Use DDU 22.214.171.124 in safe mode to clean a mess after drivers.
Install Crimson 16.11.5.
Yep, I'm having a crash within 5 minutes on every map in BF1. Running a 380x, had to revert to 11.5
Crash is: DXGI_ERROR_DEVICE_RESET
Those drivers are really unstable. Crashing randomly.
In windows event, it said that amdkmdap driver was not responding.
On my R9 380 the memory clock is locked at 150 MHz, i'm getting 20 fps in all games with these drivers.
Yesterday, I had to delete all the drivers thanks to DDU. Those 16.12.1 are absolutely unstable.
After launching with drivers uninstalled, my computer was booting with black screen. Had to remove CMOS motherboard's battery to fix it.
Installed 16.11.5 again, and I'm fine, no crash.
I can't understand how it's possible to push out drivers like 16.12.1 which are absolutely not working and causing blue screens/freezes/crashs ?
Thanks for your answers guys, and have a nice day.
I have the same issues after upgrading to 16.12.1 with an RX 480 8GB. Complete freezing of my computer and having to hard reboots - crashing in every game, sometimes while my PC was idle, my second monitor would lose connection and look like white noise. I reverted back to 16.11.5 and everything is running perfect again. They need to fix those drivers.
Asus R9 390 here and I am having similar issues with 16.12.1. Far Cry 2 now crashes back to the desktop after less than a minute of gameplay. The problem did NOT exist with 16.11.5.
I also found that ASUS GPU Tweak II bacame very sluggish with 16.12.1.
Very disappointed with AMD and now have to waste my valuable time getting the drivers back to 16.11.5. I have much better things to do than to have to do this - thanks AMD!!!!