1 Reply Latest reply on Jan 24, 2018 9:37 AM by moonstar

    GPU Crash

    iosefka

      System: MSi Radeon RX 550 2GB
      Windows 10 64-bit
      MSi B350m Mortar Arctic
      Ryzen 3 1200
      8 GB ram
      350 watt PSU
      Radeon update 18.1.1
        I have recently upgraded my motherboard and cpu and my system worked perfect for around two and a half weeks until i couldn't launch For honor. It opened up with an error stating that the gpu had failed and that I should remove overclock and any overlays, so that's what I did. It worked for a little bit until the next day when the problem could not be resolved. I've tried BattleField 4, Destiny 2, For Honor, Nier Automata and Rainbow Six Siege all of which have failed to run due to a gpu error or crash. I have tried everything from removing Uplay and Discords overlay to updating all my drivers.

        • Re: GPU Crash
          moonstar

          You are seriously under powered on that build.  You should be running a 500w PSU instead of a 350w.  The B350 and Ryzen need at least 100w and that GPU recommends a 400w PSU.

           

          Other than that, I would say trying rolling back to an older driver set.