GPU: MSI R9 390
CPU: FX 8350
OS: Windows 10 Pro
I exited out of the game to change the fan speed from automatic to manual. I set the RPM as high as it can go and my temps will not go down. My case is currently open on the side helping dissipate heat but something is seriously wrong.
I had fan problems when I used the MSI Gaming App. so, I uninstalled the Gaming App and the drivers using DDU. reinstalled the drivers (without Gaming App). everything went back to normal. maybe the same can happen with MSI Afterburner
I don't have any other applications open besides Chrome, Paladins, Task Manager, and Radeon Settings.
Restarting my computer didn't help. The fans are now stuck at 1013.
Do you have some third party app...like afterburner running?
I'm not using third party tools to replicate this. It happened again V
I'm rolling back to 16.11.5. This is too much.
so, you have Afterburner installed, but it's not running? because I can see the Afterburner icon in your prints
AMD Wattman Is Missing Controls (temp, fan, etc.)
This is the answer I got. However I cannot comprehend why 3rd party OC programs can change and monitor my fan speeds, while Wattman can not. Other OC programs will not work well with anything post 16.11.5, as Wattman even when not 'enabled', will interfere with them. It mostly happens to MSI R9 200/300 series cards.
This thread roughly explains how Wattman temp control works. Without those controls, your GPU is toast.
I don't believe AMD even made a reference 390 available, wasn't it all custom AIB?
Yea, his answer doesn't really sound convincing when other OC programs can detect and change these settings, while AMD Wattman for some particular reason, can not. It's probably a bug they are working on fixing.
AMD Wattman should've been optional.
I got this problem too in my HIS R9 390X 8GB,
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