I cannot delete GPU Tweak because I have to rely on it to workaround another serious bug (GPU fan speed is fixed and causes very high temperature).
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- 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
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- Make and model number; e.g. FX 9590
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- Amount of memory installed; e.g. 16GB
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Okay, here it is.
Card: ASUS R9-STRIX-390
System: Windows 10 Pro
I don't think other info would be helpful because the old driver (before Crimson) worked extremely well. The problem may have a variant like this:
Occasionally upon reboot, I try to run WoW, but the game program (actually battle.net client, but that does not matter) claims that my video card does not meet the minimum requirements to run. It's weird. I have to reboot again and normally (90% of chances) everything would be normal.
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Hope AMD support can see this.
Just found another interesting problem. When WoW complains that my video card does not meet minimum requirements upon reboot, the AMD systray icon is not shown, and some other normally shown icons are also not there. Quite confusing. What's the relationship with these startup systray icons?
The issue is the Asus programs....or any other third party graphics controller (Trixx,Afterburner,GPU Tweak, MSI,etc) They conflict with Wattman/AMD controls.
by trilliante on May 18, 2017 9:00 PM
I figured out the issue and a solution.
I have an Asus GPU, so I had the Asus GPU Tweak software installed. After installing the update and watching what happens on reboot, I discovered that the crash happened as soon as GPU tweak started, and that it was accompanied by a message about wattman being reset. I knew I had a slight "over"clock on my GPU, but I didn't even think about that being the cause of it. I booted into safe mode, opened up services and disabled the ASGT service (Asus GPU Tweak). When I restarted.... everything worked properly! I then uninstalled the software. Looks like I'll be doing all my adjustments through the built in AMD software from now on.......
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Nope for me.
I have uninstalled GPUTweak, but still occasionally getting this problem (it happened yesterday).
- AMD Graphics Card