I have a problem close of what u had, but i think the fans work or i think they work, but when i play a game the Temps goes to 90-99 ºC and then crash with green screen in my case. Am with this problem since new updates and drivers almost a month, i hoping they come a with a new fix for this, if not i will sell my card, and never buy again amd.
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The Afterburner beta works on my 390 (I have wattman disabled).
Did you uninstall the old ab fully(no leftover reg files/profiles).
Fan at rear of case ?, or cards fan nearest rear of case ?
how u disable wattman? and msi afetreburner which are the configurations?, i am tempted to try that to see how it works
I have the same prob with my R9 Fury Nitro for a long time , Wattman will not let my fans spin when on load so I use Trixx or MSI afterburner , MSI is better but I use Trixx as it was made by Sapphie and make a custom fan control .
I do remember ~ when AMD Crimson was launched ~ 2 years ago - one early version of Crimson was released which allowed the fans on my Sapphire HD7970 OC 6GB to be completely switched off if I put the fans on Manual and moved the fan slider to minimum setting. I have not seen that behaviour for a long time though. I am sure I have posts about the issue on this forum or on Steam somewhere.
You can ask the official AMD Support on this forum about this one, but as far as I know AMD Crimson ReLive does not and never did support Third Party Overclocking Tools. However now they do not work properly at all with AMD Crimson ReLive. So as far as I know, there is no guarantee of what will happen if you use MSI Afterburner or even Sapphire Trixx now.
For example you can see here:
What I suggest you do is:
1. Uninstall all third party overclocking tools like MSI Afterburner, Sapphire Trixx, whatever and reboot as often as asked.
2. Uninstall AMD Crimson ReLive Installation completely using Control Panel -> Programs -> Uninstall a Program, reboot.
3. Download and run the amdcleanuputility.exe available on this forum program and reboot.
4. Install the latest AMD Driver for your system and reboot.
Then check to see if your fans work.
If they still do not work, then the next step I would try would be uninstall driver, reboot, run DDU, reboot, reinstall driver, reboot.
Then check if your fans do not work.
If still not working then file AMD Reporting Form.
It might be an idea to remove your graphics card, remove the shroud on the card, remove the fan and check if it runs from a separate supply.