I don't fully understand you - do you have image from this card or you have another video card in your card PC?
1.Reset your BIOS(take oute battery for 5 sec) and reinstall your RX 460 in PCIe slot more tightly
2.Try install this chipset drivers
3.Win7 must be really updated(all critical and recommended updates)
Show me GPU-Z main screen
Thank you for taking the time to answer, first to update you
The bios was up to date, battery has been out and reset, card is in firmly.
The latest chipset drivers were installed.
The OS is always fully up to date.
Have used DDU in safe mode, many times.
Tried your suggested chipset and the 16.11.5 drivers, device manager still shows a "standard VGA graphics adapter" and a "Generic PnP monitor" (actual monitor is a Dell Ultrasharp U2711)
Used DDU again and tried 16.12.2 drivers, system still reports the same "standard & generic"
One thing I forgot to mention is that I have no Catalyst program folder or means of opening the program anywhere, the only AMD program available is the problem report wizard.
GPU-Z again shows a Standard adapter but the rest of the info seems correct for the RX460 apart from the GPU clock & memory which show 0Mhz ?
I am pretty certain I have not missed anything along the way and feel it may be time to contact AMD or send this back to the retailer.
Thanks again for taking the time and making suggetions.
No win 7 sp1 ?.
Win 7 sp1 is required for amd drivers.
1.Try to update GPU driver manually. Device manager>Standard Video Adapter>update driver>manual update>search on this computer>and select C:\AMD folder
2.Reinstall your OS and update it before driver installation+install chipset drivers first
I suggest you win8.1 if you have such possibility