Hello all, Finally upgraded and retired my old Fury. Need a bit of help here. Recently managed to get my hands on a "new" Vega FE Liquid at a steal of a price. Since installing that card, I've been having non stop "Thread Stuck in Device Driver" BSOD's. Win10 1809 ASROCK X399 Professional Gaming Threadripper 1950X (@ stock, tested stable) 64GB DDR4 2666 ECC (@ stock, no errors) BenQ XL2730Z, also tested an Acer display. Vega FE Liquid <== The new upgrade. Problem: Anytime that the display enters or exits standby mode (OR is connected to the PC) there's what I'd call a 50/50 chance of having the above BSOD (Thread Stuck in Device Driver). The card is otherwise 100% stable in games or on the desktop as long as the monitor connection is not touched and the display is not permitted to enter standby or otherwise turned off. Locking clockspeeds at the maximum via wattman or ClockBlocker (cough) does not improve those odds. So far tried 18.8.2 & 18.9.3 (Game Mode), Q1-2019 pro-drivers, 18.12.1 (as professional mode), 18.12.2, 18.12.3, 19.1.1, 19.1.2, 19.2.1, 19.2.2. Same situational on them all. I've also tried the use of DDU, cleaning up between installations, and a fresh install of 1809 before the latest attempt with 19.2.2. Different DisplayPort cables, and an HDMI cable as well. As a last ditch effort, I updated that ASROCK board to the 3.50 bios. (did nothing) Lowered the PCI-E slot to 2.0, and also tried different PCI-E slots (physically moving the card). Any suggestions short of testing the card in other computers? It seems strange if it's a dud considering it's load stable, including in low-load games where the clocks bounce all over the place. Pretty stumped here.