Green screen while benchmarking/gaming - HUGE problem!!!

Discussion created by borko on Feb 15, 2019
Latest reply on Mar 15, 2019 by jaxter

I posted this on Reddit and Tom's Hardware too, but the problem is not fixed yet.


PC Specs:

Ryzen 5 2400G (RX Vega 11 iGPU)

G.Skill Aegis 16GB 3000MHz 2x8 DDR4

Mobo ASUS A320M-K

BIOS: 4207 (former 4011)

Hello people. So, I have green screen crash or reboots when gaming/benchmarking for about 20 minutes, especially when running Heaven Unigine benchmark. I don't think it's PSU failure because everything was working perfectly fine before I updated BIOS and MAYBE, but MAYBE because I installed new RAM. I won't be too long. Things I have tried:

  • Clearing CMOS multiple times

  • Switching RAM sticks

  • Tried downgrading the BIOS (failed, mobo doesn't support USB flashback, error "Selected file is not a proper BIOS!" in EZ Flash 3)

  • Reinstalling Windows 10 multiple times

  • Installing newest chipset and GPU drivers

  • Clean uninstalling GPU drivers with DDU in safe mode and then reinstalling the newest drivers normally

  • Clean installing GPU drivers with AMD Cleanup Utility

  • Turning off D.O.C.P and setting manual timings, frequency and voltage

  • Turning on D.O.C.P Standard

  • Underclocking to 2933 MHz

  • Overclocking SOC voltage to 1.15V (it was on 1.062V)

  • Overclocking RAM voltage from 1.35V to 1.365V

  • Overclocking memory frequency to 3200 MHz in hope it will be stable

  • And yeah - Myself sitting in front of the monitor for 4 days, 8 hours each trying to solve this problem.

Is there any hope? I don't want to buy any new components for now, I spent a lot of money on this PC in hope to play some games and relax, but then this happened. I appreciate all the answers and thanks in advance.