Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Drivers Section' started by Macer, Dec 29, 2022.
Thanks, fix my system freeze problem by disable Freesync.
I looked again at your first post and it can be seen that only when you used an HDMI@100Mhz monitor use correct VESA timings. Use CRU to setup correct CVT-RB timings or you can see on this site correct values https://tomverbeure.github.io/video_timings_calculator
Hello, after researching I found this post.
here im having the same issue but with a PowerColor 6700xt Red devil, i build the PC 2 weeks ago. I have noticed that many of these issues are with PowerColor models, could be something related to these models?
Everything works fine except that the pc randomly freezes (sometimes it can be after 1 or 8 hours etc ), then after a 1 minute while frozen it shows a BSOD with this error DPC_WATCHDOG VIOLATION and reboots, im using the 22.11.1 version. I disable MPO and Hardware acceleration from windows registry and freezes are less frequent
My especs are
MOBO: Gigabyte B550 Aorus Elite AX V2
CPU: Ryzen 5 5600x
GPU: PowerColor 6700xt Red Devil
RAM: 2x8 Corsair Vengeance 3600Mhz
Cooler: Thermalright Peerless Assassin 120
SSD: NVMe WD Black SN770 Gen4 250GB (for OS only)
SSD: Teamgroup T-Force Vulcan Z 1TB
PSU: Corsair RM750 Gold+
SO: W10 Pro latest version
you do not have the issue that is being experienced in this thread, these users can provoke the crash instantly when STR is followed.
Disable PCIE ASPM, Zen 3 implementations have issues with the implementation on the SN770 that results in device drop from system. i was actually thinking of the SN750.
Thanks for the reply, I will do that, I had no idea about that option. I have to disable it from the BIOS right?
this issue is driving me crazy, I have tried everything
Update: So i went to the bios and the PCIE ASPM was already disabled so maybe should I enable it?
try disabling the PCIE > Link state power management setting in Windows power profile.
i will do that, also from what I have read in other forums about this problem, it is related to something from the latest drivers of 6000 series, if this keeps happening I'll have to do a rollback, other users say that older version 22.5.1 fixes this issue, but I didn't want to have to use a driver from 6 months ago...
FYI, not having an issue with my Zen 3 Notebook and WD SN770 2TB
I was actually thinking the SN750, the SN770 may not be effected and it could be something entirely different here.
DPC watch dog violations were being thrown on that following a failed transition out of dev_sleep, the device would end up being "reconnected" and open kernel handles would be invalidated leading to a BSOD.
Updating the Firmware on this stick would be a good idea, these are served via the WD Dashboard.
Mine came with latest firmware, but I suggest @Rekoj1 check for firmware updates for his.
Nvme causing conflicts with gpu ?
If had 1 ssd cause conflict once with sleeping issues got firmware to remove sleep functionality from it, but another drive on same controller with same functionality could trigger same bug still and cause entire system to freeze up, be really stupid if something like this could cause issues with GPU as well with an nvme trigger some kind of sleep / standby
Hi there been encountering the same issue With my 7900 xtx. I get the blue screen with error message DPC_Watchdog_violatation. Im on a B650E system with a ryzen 7 7700x and a 1440p 165hz freesync monitor. Regardless if i have freesync enabled or disabled any refresh rate higher than 60 will BSOD within an hour of me changing it. No other AMD or NVidia GPU i own does this and im contemplating a return. Has anybody found a fix for this since i want to stay with my AMD setup but cant Afford to keep having the BSOD issues.
This is a very high priority issue and we're actively working towards resolving it. The root cause is identified, and it does relate to an aspect of FreeSync.
A fix is being evaluated for this but I don't presently have an ETA as to when this will be pushed to Adrenalin.
AMD FreeSync Issues is Confirmed.
Probably gonna take months just like MPO issues that Vik was aware off since 22.7.1 at least.
No problem with 75Hz fixed refresh rate on 6800XT/7900XT. And no conflict with NVME (MP510) on M2A_SOCKET(CPU).
I have this problem too. Reducing refresh rate from 165 to 144 has significantly reduced this problem.
Use CRU and set correct timings for 144Hz and 165Hz and all this problems will be gone.
I don't have a 7000 series GPU but I've seen users complaining that CRU stopped working with 7900XT(X) cards. If that is the case, that workaround is no longer possible... Anyway AMD needs to fix these annoying issues. Everything should work out of the box without users having to do anything.
How can AMD and nV fix the problem created by monitor manufacturers with bad timings? Look at the OP's first post and see what timings BenQ uses and compare it to Asus and you will see that the problems disappeared when he switch to Asus because of the correct timings.
First of all the main problem caused by monitor manufacturers with non standard timings was that the GPUs used mem clocks at max frequency when idle. Nvidia fixed this in a couple of months in the drivers. It took AMD YEARS to fix it.
Second of all this particular bug that causes a bsod was confirmed by AMD and they said they will fix it.
Not sure why you're trying to pass the blame here.
Hopefully their fix doesn't break it for people who do not have the problem like me with a 7900XT and ASUS FreeSync monitor