Well, I thought this was solved when I jumped onto a Threadripper system, from my previous Ryzen. But I was wrong. It started back when I used 18.9.1 drivers, even though everything was running just fine for some time, suddenly I started getting BSODs with thread_stuck_in_device_ driver most of the time, and sometimes memory_management_internal, or something like that. It happens when I'm mining, both cards downclocked and undervolted, it really happens randomly. Sometimes its running for a whole day without any issues, sometimes it takes a couple of hours, sometimes even minutes, like now when I was brushing my teeth… And I'm now with the latest 18.10.2 release, DDUd everything, and all…
My specs are: TR 1900X, Vega 64 Strix Crossfire, 2x16GB 2666MHz RAM, Win10 Pro with the latest updates, with Seasonic Prime Gold 1000W PSU. I downloaded this thingy called BSOD View, and it generated this:
And here it is now with video_memory_management_internal BSOD...
Hope it helps.
Edit Nov14: The thread doesn't let me to make more replies, so I have to edit again. I reinstalled Windows, and so far so good. Mining for days now without any crashes. However, I'm unable to properly install my Creative X-Fi Titanium HD sound card. Now I'm suspecting that those thread stuck in device driver BSODs might be related to it. We'll see how it goes, I ordered a new sound card.
Message was edited by: Ivan Rener