8 Replies Latest reply on May 3, 2018 12:27 AM by amdmatt

    Heroes Of The Storm - Black Screen Running Two Displays - Vega 56/64

    metuz

      Hey

       

      I get black screen (pc freeze and have to reset) Heroes of the Storm and Path of Exiles

      Tested with 17.9.1, 17.9.2. 17.9.3,17.10.1 ,17.10.2, 17.10.3, 17.11.1, 17.11.2, 17.11.3 and 17.11.4

       

      The black seems to happen random when the memory jump between 167MHz and 500 MHz, while playing Heroes of the storm, path of exiles most likely other games which have low load on GPU.

      Found a workaround by changing the powerplay ucVddind from 0 to 2 for Mem Clock 2, to give a but more voltage to the memory at 167HMz, but it result was that the card idle at 500HMz and never go to the 167MHz memory clock. not seen any black screen with that reg "fix".

       

      A second work around is to run Furmark on 2nd monitor, while playing which also prevent the card to use 167MH on the memory.

       

      Updated the BIOS on the card from 102 to 104, din't help

       

      The Card is stable in Black Desert, Hellblade, Cities Skylines, 3D Mark, Heaven Benchmark, Furmark, even with some overclocking/undervoltage. But the 167MHz memory clock give problems in "3D mode"

       

      As it posible to "fix" with powerplay profile, it could be a Bios issue.

       

      Hardware

      • AMD Graphics Card

        • MSI Vega 64 8GB

      • Operating System

        • Windows 10 Pro 64-bit (just updated to 16299, also had problem before)

      • Driver version installed

        • 17.11.4

      • Display Devices

        • LG 38UC99 3840x1600 + Samsung U32E850R

      • Motherboard + Bios Revision

        • Asus Zenith Extreame, Bios 804 (same with 701 801)

      • CPU/APU

        • Threadripper 1950X

      • Power Supply Unit  Make, Model & Wattage

        • Corsair HX1200i (Same with Enermax Platimax 1500 W)

      • RAM

        • 32GB 4x 8GB G.Skill F4-3600C16-8GTZR at 3333CL14 (Tested with Corsair Vengeance LED Red DDR4 3400MHz@3200 4x8GB, both kits also tested at 2133 same result)


       

      Message was edited by: Matt B I have updated the thread title.