Ive been using a 2200G to play CSGO and it keeps blue screening after a while with the error VIDEO TDR FAILIURE in the file atikmpag.sys
Ryzen 3 2200G
Vega 8 iGpu
Asrock x470 taichi
WD 1tb 7200rpm hdd
Corsair 550w bronze psu
Windows 10 1803
Radeon 18.5.1, 18.8.1, 18.9.1
I initially tried 18.8.1, but after a few blue screens I used DDU and installed 18.5.1. There were still some bsod so I upgraded back to 18.8.1, and earlier today I used the clean install option when upgrading to 18.9.1 but it keeps bsod. I also tried using DISM and SFC from the troubleshooting article but still no luck, CSGO keeps causing a bsod.
I had a 3.9ghz overclock but recently changed it back to 3.7ghz but CSGO will still cause a bsod. Strangely I have had no problem with league of legends at any time, and that is the only other game I play. Last night I ran memtest and after 6 passes 0 errors were found, so im not exactly sure what can be causing this.
I keep CSGO at minimum settings, 1024x768 stretched via monitor settings. Everything in Radeon settings is kept at default.
I uninstalled windows 10 and used a laptop to download the official windows 10 usb installer from here
After making a fresh install of windows 10 I downloaded radeon adrenaline 18.5.1 from here. as well as Steam and CSGO.
However CSGO still bluescreens a minute or two after I join deathmatch.
I feel pretty dumb right now. It turns out it was my RAM all along. I had it set to 3200 MHz (this is what the listed speed was) but now at 2933 MHz CSGO no longer crashes.