Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by Kaapstad, Aug 14, 2017.
hmm..just rebooted my system about 20mins ago, and my settings have been reset and lost the WattMan custom profile..
i just installed a new monitor before I booted up. could this be the issue for reset? dont think so???
Ordered a new PSU.
EVGA 750W SuperNova G3 (which uses Superflower as OEM I believe). Reviews seemed positive.
Fingers crossed that's the issue.
EDIT: EVGA spelt Supernova properly, I thought they'd tried to be cool/hip/trendy.
There's something about fastboot (a setting in Windows) that can cause this to happen, it was recently discussed in these forums. So maybe it's that.
lets us know how you get on! be interested to hear the result.
thanks mate, im sure mine is set on fast boot atm!
So i ordered a Sapphire Vega pulse now! Lets hope its cooler than the Strix 98-99 v Soc temp. And i got a game bundle too which i didnt on the Strix . Think i Made the right Choice?
Can someone advise me on a good fan profile for afterburner?
Just played some cs and got up to 67c max, and a max speed of 50% fan speed.. now granted it was quiet but surely its a little bit toasty for CS?
go into watman and set the 'Target' to 65 and apply fan speeds on the left as required. p.s 'Max' should be 85.
Hi peeps. My brand new Vega 56 is causing these flicking white textures in Rocket League. Any idea what's causing this? Tried different drivers, upgraded my mobo bios.
Download Display Driver Uninstaller, boot into safe mode then use DDU.
When DDU is finished it will reboot into windows install latest drivers but use run as administrator.
Let us know how you get on.
Thank you for your help.
I did the following:
Boot into safe mode with networking
Ran the .exe file for DDU.
Selected GPU and AMD, then did the highly recommended option which was clean and restart I believe.
Windows restarted, low res - went online started looking for amd's drivers.
As I was doing this, Windows updated my drivers on its own - resolution changed to 1440p.
I restarted my computer after this, when it went to Windows I got white lines across the screen (see link below).
I restarted again, now I'm typing this from a desktop that's working again. Haven't tested games yet.
The issue in rocket league is intermittent. Sometimes it happens and sometimes it doesn't. I also tried fifa 19 yesterday, got two errors and then the game was working fine. One was DXGI DEVICE HUNG and one was DXGI DEVICE REMOVED. Both GPU related.
Link to the white lines: https://i.imgur.com/V2Pcmx3.jpg
What PSU you got?
Corsair 650, gold, TX650M I think the correct model is.
You need to change the settings on DDU.. click the spot that says "do not allow auto update driver in windows" or something to that effect. Windows is chucking a basic ass driver in and it's no bueno. Run ddu again with that checked and you should be fine to properly install the new driver without getting over run.
Thanks. I've been waiting for a response patiently. You guys make my day. I don't have an option in DDU to disable Windows updates anywhere, I only have an option to set the windows update settins to default on the right. Instead, I pulled out my ethernet cable and did it all that way. I also selected the option to remove C:/AMD folder in the settings.
After restart, I installed previously downloaded 18.9.3 driver.
Restart again. Now time will show. I wasn't able to reproduce the error all day. I have started an RMA with OCUK and might send it during the week for testing. But I can't even reproduce it myself now. FPS seems quite low though in games.
I read online that the daisy chain PCI-e cables are a big no-no for the vega 56/64. They're too power hungry and I should be using two separate cables? I used a single cable that splits into two from Corsair's PSU box. What ya'll think?
Edit: very slight flicker noticed in rocket league already. Happens once every 30 sec. Not as apparent as it was at first, but I'm sure this is the same issue. I still haven't connected internet so I'm running those same drivers for sure. I'm locked at 107fps for some reason. Not one less or one more. Just had a second very fast random flash happen in the middle of my screen, like a line across the screen, or a texture in the back somewhere flash white and go back to normal in less than 1/4 of a sec.
Edit2: It's back big time after I ran a 4K benchmark for a while. https://youtu.be/PLtr_mie_0E
Yeah definitely not good to split one cable to both power connectors. Vega is a power hungry sucker for sure. Doesn't even seem your gpu is reaching top Pstates? I see it's only at 800mhz for hbm? Very odd. It could be since it's not getting the power is needs it's pulling back severely.
Guys at overclockers said it's fine to use it and should not make a difference. I might try it tomorrow though.
Also... in DDU you gotta click options at the top right, then you will see the check box I'm talking about. This way you won't have to disconnect from the internet
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