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R9 380X - GPU Core Clock Stuck at 300Mhz After 17.7.2

Question asked by kest on Jul 28, 2017
Latest reply on Apr 13, 2018 by klim2410

I updated my GPU driver to 17.7.2 (latest according to Radeon Settings) and now the the core clock stays at 300MHz, memory clock at 150MHz and the GPU activity jumps from 0% to 100% all the time (both during intensive tasks like games and when idling). (Also worth noting: I can't adjust the core and mem clock in the built in overclocking tool:)

I used DDU to get rid of all old AMD drivers and reinstalled 17.7.2 again, because I though something went wrong while installing it, but to no effect.


Update: I tried installing older drivers but when installing the software it gave me the error 182 (hardware cannot be identified) message. (Tested with 17.4.4 and 17.7.1)




CPU: i7 4770 @3.4Ghz

GPU: Sapphire Nitro R9 380X 4GB

RAM: 16GB 1600MHz

MOBO: AsRock Z87 Pro4

PSU: Sharkoon WPM 700W 80+ bronze (never had any issues)

OS: Windows 10 64bit

Screen: BenQ XL2411 (1920x1080 144Hz, DVI)


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