Hi there, I am looking for some help, since I am pretty at the end of the road with my problems concerning my RX480. While playing, sometimes, I will get a freeze with artifacts in game. When it's a "good day", I can get back to desktop and kill the game manually. When it's a "bad day", it will freeze the computer completely and I have to power off. (I attached a picture taken with my phone of the freeze with artifacts) The error is always the same: device has been hanging for too long, the Adrenalyn software crashes (if I try to open it after a crash, it will re spawn an other one). This is my current configuration : Windows 10 Pro (up to date and licensed, pretty much clean install since I don't install other things than games) Adrenalin 20.11.3 Computer : Intel i7 77k RAM : Ballistix Sport LT 16 Go (2 x 8 Go) DDR4 2400 MHz Motherboard : MSI Z270 GAMING PRO CARBON (latest BIOS) GPU : MSI Radeon RX 480 Gaming X - 8 Go Power Supply : CORSAIR HX 750 Platinium Here is everything I tried so far : With AMD support : Adrenalyn clean reinstall (with AMD tool and with DDU) Different driver versions (19.12.1, 20.9.1, 20.11.3) By myself : Changing the values in the registry to wait a little longer for the device : Didn't work, it just wait and stay frozen for longer time In the Tuning section of Adrenalyn, pushing the Power tuning to the max : Didn't work Memtest (just in case...) : RAS This problem is random. Some days I can play normally, no crashes at all (same games everyday). However, I found some consistency. There is one game : Gunfire Reborn I play this game, if after 20min of playing there is no freeze, it will not freeze for this session. I am convinced this is a driver issue because of this. "Fun" fact : If I got a freeze and the Adrenalyn soft has been killed and respawned, it will not crash an other time. I can play normally after this. Any help would be gladly appreciated, and I apologize for the long post. If more information is needed, just asking and I will do my best to provide what I can. Anyway, thanks for reading and thanks in advance for any help. Wish you all a great rest of your day.