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In a week you haven't provided the requested information, so is this problem resolved?
You still haven't supplied what's asked for: Nobody's going to read thru that wall of caca.
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Describe your system:
- AMD Graphics Card
- Make and model; e.g. AMD R9 290X
- Desktop or Laptop System
- If a laptop, make and model of the Laptop
- Operating System
- E.g. Windows 10 64bit
- Driver version installed
- E.g. Radeon Software Crimson Edition 15.12
- Display Devices
- Make and model, connection/adapter in use, resolution and refresh rate; e.g. Samsung UE32850R 3840x2160 @60Hz Active DP to HDMI adapter
- One line for each display device connected
- Make and model; e.g. Asus P8P67 Deluxe
- Make and model number; e.g. FX 9590
- Power Supply Unit Make, Model & Wattage
- E.g. Thermaltake TR2 700W Gold
- Amount of memory installed; e.g. 16GB
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- Provide a detailed description of the issue you are experiencing and the steps required to reproduce the issue.
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My specs are:
Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
AMD Phenom II X4 945 52 °C
Deneb 45nm Technology
Cooler Master Real Power M620
Corsair Dominator XMS3 DHX CM3X2G1600C9DHX 4,00GB Dual-Channel DDR3 @ 535MHz (7-7-7-20)
ECS-MCP61M (CPU 1) 30 °C
BenQ G610HDA (1366x768@60Hz)
2048MB ATI Radeon RX 460 Graphics (Gigabyte) 46 °C
931GB Seagate ST1000DM 003-1ER162 SCSI Disk Device (SATA) 35 °C
- AMD Graphics Card
I see a reading of 11.891v maximum when it is supposed to be 12.000v, that's a huge red flag that your power supply is undervolting, and that will cause crashes and BSODs easily, plus the possibility of component damage. So yes, the evidence suggests the GPU is not the issue, and there is something wrong with your computer.
So basicly screw me
Sometimes when it looks like a horse and sounds like a horse, it's really a zebra. It's a learning experience. When I had my...It was either my HD 2900Pro or HD 4850, I think it was my HD 2900Pro though, I had a ThermalTake 430w power supply, and one day I started getting random crashes and errors. I was about to RMA the card, going through the process with the rep, when I had ASUS AI Suite open monitoring the temperatures and noticed that +12v was reading as 11.9v, which was causing problems under gaming load.
Later on I noticed that I started getting graphical artifacts like this and learned that faulty system RAM can also cause some weird effects, from BSODs to crazy game graphics.
After I've sold a kidney, I managed to buy a new MoBo Gigabyte GA-78LMT-USB3 6.0 which solved the problem. Not a single crash in 2 days.
Thanks everyone and if you have an old mobo do not use this card without updating your system.