i got same issue! i wish to know if you solve that,
Mobo: asus strix x299 e gaming // 16gb ram Gskill // I7 7820x // Powersupply xfx 1250w // 2 vga cards rx 580 asus strix 8gb // Os windows 10
driver iam using without issues > win10-64bit-radeon-software-adrenalin-edition-18.2.1-feb7 > but still in crossfire i see low fps on battlefield1 like 50 fps all time and top fps 100, very unstable it at dx11 with dx12 is umplayable! :S
when i tryed the 2 last version of ati driver > win10-64bit-radeon-software-adrenalin-edition-18.4.1-apr26 and > win10-64bit-radeon-software-adrenalin-edition-18.5.1-may23 ..
the windows just got some freezes on screen.. i dunno what is wrong or what i have to do,i just got to rollback to old driver to keep system normaly
Did u clean install the drivers?
Windows 10 updated?
ya windows 10 full updated, and fresh clean driverrs!!
I had same issue also with 18.4.1. I tried also clean install.
ver. 18.3.4 is without problem
I5 3570k @ 4.1GHz
Sapphire Pure Platinum Z77
Kingston 2x4GB DDR3 1600Mhz
Sapphire RX580 8GB 1411MHz
ADATA XPG SX900 128GB
Windows 10 EDU 64bit with April 2018 update (10.0.17134.48)
EDIT: Yesterday i tried to install ver. 18.5.2 and it is working good for me. I chose custom installation (not clean). I had one hang of mouse right after installation so i thought that problem is still there, but after that i have no more hangs and everything is working fine.
Yes, as I said before, I had to reinstall Windows 10 to fix some issues and for clean-up, and even reinstalled twice because of this issue, assuming something went malfuctioning with the setup.
And yes, I got Windows 10 updates downloaded, including the GPU drivers that came with it, but I don't trust it at all, because the moment I ran Tom Clamcy's Rainbow Six: Siege, a notification popped up saying that the drivers aren't updated.
@rushrvt suggested I try out the ver. 18.3.4, and it works no problem, but this is a problem that needs a proper fix.
Well Where ATI Coders to give US FEEDBACK! OMG!!
Exactly the same problem.
After so much time after 18.4.1, I decided that with the release of new drivers this will all be fixed. But the miracle did not happen. Fresh installation of Windows 10 1803. Disconnection of the Internet and removal of drivers through the DDU. Installation 18.5.1. And what do we see? The system still freezes. In comparison with 18.4.1, after disabling the crossfire, permanent freezing of the mouse cursor takes place. Mining now works stably but the temperature is higher than at 1709 from 18.3.4. But these freezes during any operations in the desktop environment forced again to return to 1709 and 18.3.4. And most importantly, there is no such problem in the description of known problems. By the way, I sent the report, although I doubt that this will affect anything.
CPU: Intel i5 750
GPU: MSI 2x MSI RX 470 Gaming X 4Gb
Motherboard: ASUS P7P55D-E
RAM: 2x4Gb Goodram
Storage: Crucial M4 64GB + WD 1TB Black.
The author of the topic, in vain you noted the correct answer, now AMD will think that the problem is solved and will not consider this issue.
You got a point there, I unmarked it as correct answer. Thank you!
Check please with new drivers 18.5.2.
i wish have some feedback if someone tested new drivers, im tired to try.. i just want final results... thx..
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Here is a video of the evidence of this problem. In the beginning, I demonstrate freezing when the crossfire is off. Then I turn on the crossfire and as you see there are no problems.
About new driver > Win10-64Bit-Radeon-Software-Adrenalin-Edition-18.5.2-May29 , same problem, in end of instalation, i got blackscreen, i just forced reboot, when windows started again, drivers seens instaled but with same freezing problem..