Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Drivers Section' started by ninja750, Jan 21, 2021.
Fan settings work just fine within the wattman there is no need for an afterburner.
Not on my end mate. Powercolors Red Dragon 5700 XT fans spins like jet engine without afterburner custom fan settings. Maybe its specific model issue with this driver.
And how do u fix the memory overclock flickering?
Everytime i overclock memory with fan curve (afterburner) i have flickering, in desktop and at gaming...
How u fix that?
Whats interesting (or not,) but a fanmade patch called quake2xp, if i saved in Comm Center also crashes the driver completely on Vega 56 (20.12.1 and Win10 20h2) whenever i click down into load game and it has a picture of comm center..... very very strange because a single 'saveshot' shouldn't cause a timeout. Maybe its just a legacy engine issue that made it to rtx? Or a rtx model ported in? Either way since that game and Quake 2 RTX apparently works fine on NVIDIA, can we acknowledge it is a driver problem quake2-related? Also on any windows 10 build past 1607 (i tested) i can't play normal quake2.exe, whether it's the original, 3.24 unofficial patch, or kmquake2, without the mouse eventually flipping out needing the game to be restarted, but i don't think it's AMD only issue, because on a Intel i5-4210m hd 3000 laptop, certain games on any build past that crash too (the SDL community port of Forsaken, ProjectX - play for 30 seconds and it hangs).
I dont know, i left my clocks on stock, only undervolted Gpu too 1085Mv.
dont bother overclocking the vram anyway
gains are not huge and extra heat can be a lot for no gain
Easy install here on 20h2, but I really wish that AMD finally fix Freesync not working with 10-Bit Pixel Format.
Used the ddu and installed these just fine but didnt test the drivers yet. Few Valorant matches and freesync is working fine.
Crypto-mining: the 21.1.1 AMD driver is incompatible with the Phoenix miner used by Nicehash. The Phoenix miner is the most profitable AMD miner, and was working ok with the previous 20.12.1 driver. The 21.1.1 driver is also "non-WHQL", so it's probably not a good idea to be using if/when crypto-mining.
Dont talk about mining in here
very sore subject for some, myself included
if you make a custom curve it brokes the zero rpm feature
It does and sets to 33% but that is also the case for an afterburner.
Go to AB's settings and look to General > Compatibility settings. Disable what you do not explicitly need there.
Some displays such as the Sceptre C series or Samsung™ Odyssey G9 series may experience an intermittent black screen on Radeon RX 6000 series graphics products.
errrrr i have samsung crg9 49 inch 120hz panel which is predecessor of G9 and 6800 xt and i still cant use sleep ffs. every time monitor wakes up from sleep it loses signal after 5 seconds and only fix is alt f4 and restart.
wtf is this sorcery ?
Have an C49RG90 and it was fixed for me. For the older driver my workaround was to have AIMP in the foreground before shutting down the monitor (I never turn of the main rig) and there was no signal loss after turning the monitor after a longer period of idle e.g. during the night. AIMP kept the GPU in somewhat woken state (hovering aroung 20-30 MHz from time to time and a slightly higher memory clocks (120-190 Hzish)).... However - like I have said --- for me it was fixed with the 21.1.1.
I had with a Vega + Samsung C24F70. Downgraded the motherboard bios and from what i can gather it could have something to do with C-state settings in the bios preventing from properly coming out of sleep.
Freesync works fine on my 10bit panel.
It won't work. AMD's implementation of ADL/Overdrive8 API results in short flicker each time you apply new settings when (and only when) VRAM is overclocked. Software fan curve, which changes settings on temperatures, will echo the same flicker comming from AMD ADL. It behaves this way for a long period of time and I have no ideas if AMD plan to fix it. The only fix now is disabling either VRAM overclocking or software fan curve in MSI AB.