2 Replies Latest reply on Nov 1, 2017 9:33 PM by ark07

    Destiny 2 Crash 17.10.3 RX Vega


      To whom it may concern


      Dxdiag attached


      System specs will be at the bottom, the games frame rate changes rapidly when browsing in game menu's. I have set my freesync amd frame rate target control @73fps as the max for my freesync range is 75hz. The game will go to the 73fps to 85fps and after some time something goes wrong and the game starts to become unstable until and it no long maintans the set frame rate. The in game fps marker will read 80fps - 85fps while the game lags until eventually crashing.


      Today I manually set the max fps to 75 today in the games ini file file via this guide, https://www.kotaku.com.au/2017/10/how-to-limit-your-frame-rate-in-destiny-2/


      It seems to have helped a little bit but the game goes through the same process eventually things become unstable to the point the game is unplayable and will eventually crash until i restart the game. I have the latest amd drivers that fixed the crash on nessus. However I would like to note that the previous driver seemed to last longer before the same issues occured.


      Operating System

          Windows 10 Home 64-bit


          Intel Core i7 6700K @ 4.50GHz    29 °C

          Skylake 14nm Technology


          16.0GB DDR4 Ram @ 1600MHz (16-18-18-38)


          Gigabyte Technology Co. Ltd. Z170X-Gaming 7 (U3E1)    28 °C


          BenQ XL2720Z (1920x1080@144Hz)

          LG ULTRAWIDE (2560x1080@75Hz)

          8176MB ATI Radeon RX Vega (ATI)    30 °C


          232GB Samsung SSD 850 EVO 250GB (SSD)    30 °C

          1863GB Seagate ST2000DX001-1NS164 (SATA)    30 °C

      Optical Drives

          No optical disk drives detected


          Logitech G933 Gaming Headset


      Message was edited by: Matt B We have updated the title of this discussion with relevant details to better describe your issue.

        • Re: destiny 2 crashing

          The issue you posted does seem to be driver related. But Destiny 2 is a game that is very new and also is incompatible with many third party software. This link is from Bungie that explains the type of 3rd party programs that are either incompatible or blocked from being used by Destiny 2: Help: Destiny 2 PC and Third-Party Application Feature Compatibility | Bungie.net .


          Just in case you are running a 3rd party program like MSI Afterburner, here is what the link above partially shows




          Some features from third-party applications which rely on the use of screen overlays are generally not compatible with Destiny 2. The following are examples of features which may not be compatible with Destiny 2 on PC.


          Voice Communications

          “Who’s talking” and visual notification features, such as those provided by Discord or Mumble, are not compatible with Destiny 2. Notification features may still be provided through the third-party application.


          Hardware Monitoring

          Framerate and statistics overlays, such as those provided by EVGA Precision XOC, MSi Afterburner, and Fraps, are not compatible with Destiny 2.
            • Re: destiny 2 crashing

              Im aware of the third party appilcations issue, this has to be partially or fully driver related as I rolled back to 17.10.2 and I crash far less then 17.10.3. Yes I cant go to nessus but I can deal with that for now.


              I dont use prgrams to monitor my fps expect the ingame fps counter.