hmm no, pc from my girlfriend has the same psu. i bought the psu 2011
sorry for the dumb question. if there is a problem with my power supply, should i not have problems with high gpu workload?
Does it happen with all games, or mainly one game ?
Are mobo drivers/bios updated ?
Any external usb devices connected when this happens ?
What graphics driver version, OS, Monitor make/model ?
What was previous graphics card ?
What are you alt+tabbing to (video/webpages/skype etc...)?
99% is it, when i tabbing out of cs:go. in 2 times it was, when the monitor come out of standby. but it is not every time in csgo
All Drivers up to date, latest bios flashed
No, only mouse and keyboard connected via usb
Crimson ReLive Edition 17.1.1, but it was with every amd driver was i tested the last 2 month
Windows 10 64bit. Benq G2420HD, i tested also a other Monitor same model with the same result.
I alt+tabbing out of cs:go to desktop, skype, firefox, explorer
What i does not understand, why it helps turn the monitor off and on
i had this today this problem, when i come back to pc and the monitor was in standby, i moved my mouse, had this snowing, turned the monitor off and on and the snowing was gone
i looked in the device manager and i see the monitor will only detected as PnP-Monitor. On my girlfriends PC with the same Monitor and a Nvidia GTX970, the system detected the monitor as Benq G2420HD. Is it possible the GPU doenst correctly identified the Monitor?
I am having this same problem, and it's not my power supply.
I was using my system with two HD6970 cards and Windows 7 (full hardware details below).
I purchased two MSI RX480 Gamer X 8GB cards and am now using them in CFX. Everything was working perfectly until about a month after I purchased when I decided to allow a driver update. After the update, my monitor started displaying snow all over the picture when coming out of sleep mode. Turning the monitor off and back on would correct the issue, but now I can't use sleep mode any more. At the time, I decided to roll back the driver and the problem went away.
Now I have "upgraded" my system to Windows 10. I installed the newest driver, and guess what problem is back? This is a driver issue, not a hardware issue. I don't want to have to roll back to an old driver from January but it's looking like I might have to.
My system specs:
Sabertooth Z87 Motherboard
Haswel I7 4770K
16GB Kingston RAM
Corsair AX750 PSU
Windows 10 Anniversary edition (pro) 64 bit.
Monitor is an LG 34UM65 Ultra Wide
Connected using Dual Link DVI-D
This is not a Windows 10 issue because it happened in Windows 7, and it's not a hardware issue because when I rolled back the driver the problem went away. Plus the issue did not exist before I updated the driver (the one that came with the MSI cards worked fine).
Unfortunately I cannot give you the revision numbers of the drivers involved because after backing to the previous driver that was working in Windows 7, I left it like that until two weeks ago when I installed Windows 10 and the problem reappeared after installing the latest driver from AMD. I'm actually thinking about installing the driver on the disk that came with my cards.
I am actually relieved to see someone else having the same problem.
jaydisll: I suggest you try a driver from December, I bet your problem will disappear. Go back about four driver versions, and if the problem isn't gone go back a few more.
I RMA my Card - new Card have the same Problem, i try it in another PC - same problem. Yeah, it must be a Driver Problem. But the Problem has become less. I hope AMD removed this failure soon.
Thank you Sir for the confirmation.
Well, it's a good thing that I found other people who experience the same thing as me, and it's bad that I'm experiencing this the first day My pc is up and running. In the csgo my screen would go into snow/noise scrren upon starting the game after I updated the drivers to latest version as of today, fortunately found out the problem was with the virtual super resolution. Disables it and the problem with cc go went away, but upon waking up the system from sleep i get this 2,3 second snow/noise screen then it goes to normal without me doing anything.
I am also having the same issue! I have disabled Monitor sleep for now... hopefully will be a fix in the next drivers... Grrrr
My System Specs follow
FXfirstname.lastname@example.orgGhz, Hyper TX3 Cooler + Noctua fans and Antec Diamond Nano Thermal Paste, 16gb Corsair 1866 @ 1970, XFX RX 480P8D 8GB, Gigabyte GA-970A-D3 rev 3.0, Bios FD. Creative LAbs X-Fi Fatal1ty PCIe Sound Card, Antec TruePower 750W (80 Bronze). Windows 10 Pro 64 Bit (Build 1703), Samsung 840 evo 512 ssd, 2 x 2 TB HDD(s) 1 x 4 TB HDD, Antec Server Case with Multiple push/pull fans. Radeon 17.4.4 Driver Package. Latest AMD Chipset drivers for 9xx Series chipsets. Monitor Samsung 2243BW Syncmaster via DVI
So, I see a few people having this problem and no one from AMD here to help us, or even acknowledge the problem.
If I did dislike nVidia so much these might be the last AMD card I purchase.
I spent $800 on AMD cards, and get zero support. Thanks guys. I hope a 3rd gpu manufacturer doesn't come along, because I will happily give them a try over either AMD or nVidia.
Now, I'm simply trying to create a profile for Destiny 2, but no where on the 'net does it tell us how to do this for a game hidden behind the battlenet launcher. The support for these cards is non existent.
If you searched long enough, you would have found this > AMD Support Forums - Rules & Regulations & Terms of Membership
The first line says:
"This is a user to user English language only Support Forum."
If you want to contact AMD, then use the provided links: