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You just mentioned 2 games highly optimized for Nvidia cards so you may have to do some minor tweaking in the Crimson software; profiles are available for both games btw. But from the information you DID mention the games play for you in windowed mode - try playing around with the settings - bump them at the lowest setting and work your way up; turn off the V-Sync option in the game.
You also mentioned that the issue started when you plugged in a new monitor - see: How To Enable AMD FreeSync™
All Games were playing Great when i used My I-inc 25" ( i had a 25" I INC and a 22" Westinghouse Monitor Connected no problem).
Just got this Viotek 32" 144hz Curved Monitor and OS and programs no issues, Starting Games no issues ( goes through the menus and loads the games) but when the game actually starts i hear sound but no Video, I can Alt-Tab out and get back to desktop, So It doesnt seem to be Crashing the pc. Both Games Work fine in Windows Mode.
Going radeon settins dissabled Freesync and they work in Fullscreen no issues.
- AMD Graphics Card
- MSI R9 380 2gb
- Operating System
- Windows 10 64bit
Driver version installed
- Display Devices
- Viotek 32" 144hz Curved connected by HDMI ( Currently at 120hz)
- Asrock H97M Anniversary
- i5 4690K
- Power Supply Unit Make, Model & Wattage
- EVGA 500W 80+
- 16GB DDR3 1600
I did a quick search on Viotek and FreeSync and saw a few reports of people having to turn down the FreeSync range - it's worth trying it out? Sorry - of no real help here as I've only ever used Acer and LG FreeSync monitors without issues. Don't give up though - I'm sure someone with similar hardware can offer a solution. Also what zealotki11er suggested - have you tried that? Sounds like a simpler issue as your games work fine with FreeSync off or with the other monitors. Maybe not obvious, but have you tried switching DP/HDMI cables?
Dont find the option to modify the freesync range
- AMD Graphics Card