do you use MSI Afterburner or similar? or do you stream with OBS & AMD AMF? or do you watch a video on your second screen?
sounds like the HWacc bug since Crimson 17.7.2 Driver - maybe try 17.6.2 (Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition 17.6.2 Release Notes) and keep me posted
concerning your questions: all no.
and the old driver did not work. Game still crashes, though the RSHA does not. It just freezes, lol. No UI visible, so i have to close it via task manager and restart. It's really a shame, because i bought this new PC actually only to play KC:D but now it just pisses me off and apparently I am the only one with this problem in combination with the RX580RDGS.
Might it then be a problem with the overclock? I have read an older post seeing someone talking about frequencies being too high.
These are the given values by the WattMan of the RSHA. I dont know my way around this so I dont want do do anything wrong...
my GPU is clocked higher - so maybe you had bad luck in silicon lottery
first of all - ALWAYS test stock-stettings before complaining // also test card with AMD-Stock (so no factory overclock)
did you unistalled the driver using the latest version of DDU in Safe-Mode (requires several reboots)?
Stock settings are the default settings of the normal version? Yes, the shown values are default for the RDGS. So you say i should try the default for the standard version of the 580? That'd be 1360. And the mV, do i go for some lower value or do I put it on automatic?
Ok, 1360 max on Status 6 and 7 does not do the trick. Same crash as before.
This is the Error-Msg from the game but i dont think thats important anyways thus the Driver itself is the issue (my guess).
Yes, ive done Uninst. via DDU/safe mode. Did nothing
This one didnt do it either. Still the same.
It's one i found on reddit ofr the standard version of 580. Doesnt work either fyi
what is KC:D - i will try it myself
Kingdom Come: Deliverance... it has a special saving system so the crashes are extremely obnoxious...
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I've found a solution appearently! It seems to work, so far no crashes after about 3 hrs of gameplay. Hope it might help to whoever stumbles upon this thread in the future!
Downloaded MSI Afterburner and out the mV up by 25 and reduced the spped from 1411 mhz to 1346. no issues