Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Drivers Section' started by JonasBeckman, Nov 3, 2017.
That problem is fixed.
To this moment still says:
yup, this one is OK.
On IE/Edge & Opera no such issues
I have that issue on every browser. Anyway, found a direct link to 17.1.1 WHQL, so I can download that way.
Anyways, what I wanted to ask, is it possible that CPU overclock cause a "DXGI_ERROR_DEVICE_HUNG" error in games? I just started playing Rise of the Tomb Raider (again), and I get that error in DX 12, but it seems to be working fine in DX 11. Played about half an hour, maybe 40 mins on DX 11, no crash so far. In DX 12 it crashes after like 2-3 minutes in game. Or is is GPU driver that is causing this? I will try DX 12 using 17.9 drivers, or maybe older and see if it happens. Btw, I have an Ryzen 3 1200 oc'ed to 3.8 GHz @ 1.35V on an ASRock AB350 PRO4 MB (latest bios). Prime95 and Intel Burn Test shows CPU is stable.
What an amateur company. A day long no site working->Drivers. Are they finally closed? Any news?
Firefox Quantum, MS Edge, latest Chrome & Safari(iPhone) showing the same results.
Important thing that correct link is provided for everyone.
But for the first time I played Dying Light with Enhanced Sync with no lockups!! Thanks AMD.
I take it "something went wrong" with my RX580.
Anyone one with Fiji card notice any replenished/restored performance with the WHQL driver?
A 580 shouldn't be beating a Fury card.
It will be always +20FPS
But if game need more than 4.2GB then 8GB GPU will shine.
1440p Solid for me.
I don't understand how the Fuji cards don't have HBCC or HBCC derivative yet.
This is last gen high performance card.
Pack up your stuff and go to nvidia.
If we can have HBCC on Fiji --> Then it will be just below V56 in every game
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For a 2nd day in a row. They are blind, so, they should pack up their stuff and leave the scene.
Damn, the site went down for a few hours then went back up. So horrible. If they were down for a minute longer, all the AMD gpu's would explode for sure.
If you are unhappy send a complain to AMD, sell your card and go Nvidia if you like. I rather let them work on real issues though.
I have no idea what had to happened that they cannot fix it since last sunday. I have to agree with warlord, this is totally amateur.
It's working just fine here. Maybe its a dns thing.
In an average company/or even local shop web designer/developer etc would be fired for that. Get a hold of yourselves here. It is funny and dramatic a company of AMD's magnitude cannot even fix a simple web-page 2 whole days going for 3rd. It is a pure tragedy. Period.
Seems like Nvidia just release a new driver today...AMD will follow as always...
Really I'm the only one getting this bug? Or the only one using the toggle to switch to compute and back?
Happened just now after I left the PC mining and then wanted to switch to graphics mode to play something, switching the workload back to graphics resulted in:
Going to try installing 17.9.3 again and see if it happens.