Not sure if its GPU fault, i bet its more system issue, but it got reinstalled month ago.
So, my issue here is, whenever system decides to turn off my screen (inactivity for X minutes or 1 minute on login screen) for power saving sake, it wont do it right. Display gets only video input cut off while still being turn ON. In resoult it keeps searching in infinite loop for signal.
I remember that feature was working right around 2 months ago, not sure when it stopped working properly, i just found out its not doing it ok.
I already checked all monitor options (its LG 32GK650F-B) for power saving mode, in system for PCIE i got average power saving mode, screen automaticly turn off after 10 minutes (which does the same thing....).
Tried also googling it, but all threads was about system bootlop or no signal on windows login screens at all.
Anyone had such issue? Any advice?
The same bug on my new sapphre nitro rx6600xt. After 4 days of headpain, 3 times reinstal windows, before instal amd drivers i I made a restore point , thus, I identified that the culprit of the fact that the PC cannot go to sleep normally is amd driver( with microsoft driver sleep works as aspected), the triks is to set the same time when the display turns off and when the pc should go to sleep (stendby)
Thats nice discover.
However i dont want my PC go to sleep, just want to screen get turn off (i left my PC for download something sometimes for few hours). Here is the problem.
Not sure what can i do, i dont see any power saving options in Radeon settings. Propably just gonna report it.
I use slight UV and custom fan curve, and game profiles (sharpening) so i cant remove adrenaline. Whats interesting tho, i got second display (unplugged till now), its on HDMI and its powering off properly. This is somehow connected to DisplayPort on GPU only.
I remember there was some DisplayPort driver for Nvidia back in the Pascal, is there something like that for AMD?