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Vega 64, every game is unplayable

Question asked by 9warbane on Sep 22, 2017
Latest reply on Oct 27, 2017 by 9warbane

Edit: Turns out the cpu heat sink had came loose.

 

 

Underload, notice the GPU MHz is very low.

https://i.imgur.com/FCFnUr9.jpg

Everything runs at unplayable framerates.

I had a R9 290 before and everything was fine.

 

Is the GPU is faulty? OR it's almost like it's using the integrated graphics instead BUT its a desktop pc, and the monitor is connected to the card via a displayport cable.

 

3D Mark results in a black screen then a reset.

https://i.imgur.com/ifftO17.jpg

 

Specs

CPU - i7 4770K

Mobo - Gigabyte 787X-UD3H-CF

Ram - 32 GB DDR3

GPU - Gigabyte RX Vega 64

PSU - 750 watt

OS - Windows 7 64 bit

 

I have uninstalled and reinstalled drivers.

I have gotten specific drivers (desktop, rx vega, windows 7 64 bit) from AMD's site.

Changed PCI express slot.

2 separate 8pin cables out the PSU to the card.

 

Pretty desperate at this point.

 

Edit: I put the old card back in, uninstalled the drivers, reset, ran Display Driver Uninstaller while in safe mode and shutdown.

Put Vega in, installed drivers, no good.

 

 

I did get 3d mark to work, it's like it's using the onboard graphics looking at the 3d mark results.

 

https://u.teknik.io/HOY6J.jpg

 

"Graphics driver is not approved" I'll uninstall them again and try older ones.

 

Message was edited by: Brayden Walker

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