Some additional information. I did a full clean install of Windows 10.
4 monitors. Seems to work.
5 monitors, Radeon settings crashes every boot, breaking RDP.
- AMD Graphics Card
- Unknown Radeon 7700 and XFX RX460
- Desktop or Laptop System
- Dell Precision T3500
- Operating System
- Windows 10 Pro 64bit
- Driver version installed
- 220.127.116.11 (That's what Device manager says. It's the 4/24/2017 release)
- Display Devices
- TCL 55US57 Monitor, 3840x2160 @ 60Hz, Active DP to HDMI on the RX460
- Vizio E260MV, 1920x1080 @ 60Hz, DVI to HDMI on the 7700
- Vizio M220MV, 1280x720 @ 60Hz (capable of 1920x1080), HDMI on the 7700
- Seiki S39UY04, 1920x1080 @ 60HZ (capable of 3840x2160), Active DP to HDMI on the 7700
- Acer T272HL, 1920x1080 @ 60Hz, HDMI on the RX460
- None of this is helpful, as I tried dozens of combinations and all exhibit the same problem.
- Motherboard + Bios Revision
- Dell Precision T3500 revision A17 (latest)
- Dual Intel Xeon W3670
- Power Supply Unit Make, Model & Wattage
- Dell Precision T3500 standard power supply 525W
And if adding any of this information helped answer the question, I owe you a beer. It's a bug in the driver.
This Dell Server is from 2009, so it could be an incompatibility with the RX460.
In order to rule this out, can you see if you still experience the issue with just the HD7700 ?
Incompatible in what way? The PCI-e standard hasn't changed. The timings haven't changed. I'm using a current operating system
That's like saying that my 2009 car is incompatible with premium fuel.
I don't see your point. No, it works fine with the 7700. It works FINE with the RX460. It works fine with the RX460 and an nVIdia card. It doesn't work fine with these two cards.
Still completely unclear on what the age of the computer has to do with absolutely anything.
If you can give me specifics on how my computer is lacking, than I would understand. Just saying "it's old" does not appear to be an answer.
Sorry if I am being pushy, but I thought I'd get actual help from AMD here.
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FYI: RAY_M official title at AMD is :Technical Support Engineer 2. Ray was saying IN CASE it was a incompatibility with your 2009 Dell computer and the much new RX460 card.
It is similar to having a 2009 car part being replaced with a 2017 car part. The two parts may not be compatible due to the new revised , higher technology, 2017 car part.
- AMD Graphics Card
Additional information. I can happily RDP into WIndows 7 computers. I can RDP into Windows 7 computers and from THAT session RDP into Windows 10 computers. That's a clumsy workaround but doesn't support video well.
I did a clean install WITHOUT settings, so now settings doesn't crash, but it didn't fix the problem. I tested it with NO applications install, just a bare box with drivers. Still fails.
It's a bug. Simple. How do I get a bug fixed?
I have forwarded the information in this thread to engineering for their feedback.