Lines of text and that jumping every 30-60 seconds will drive you nuts and make your eyes sore, I had to get it fixed. I ran some tests with Cinebench and Basemark web and it all seems to work nice. I restarted a couple more times with no luck. Would rather have the card with the clock speeds lower and working then the other way around. I'm contacting the seller for a return he says he doesn't do returns on the auction page, but I bought a video card, not a black screen card. I installed the card into my rig and it started off working fine while it was in low resolution mode because the drivers were not installed yet.
All monitors connected via DisplayPorts remain blank. I would suggest you to start the system in last known good config. Screen goes black sound hanging pc still running but no reaction whatsoever so i have to hard restart the pc. It manages to last maybe 5minutes when I have my fans on 100%. My r9 280x runs at around 45C when idle, and sometimes that's even when my fans are running at 75-100% speed. I only think underclocking is the solution to this issue. Fast forward to now, I have the asus card.
And I'm not alone, so many persons having the same symptom. Is there a conflict or issue related to this? And after the underclock there is no problems no screen jumps, just a proper working gpu. However, when the screen when black, it stayed black for a bit, my computer restarted? No matter the temperature on R9 series cards, the fan will not go above 20% when set at Auto. The 280X is very well known atleast at launch to have alot of issues with artifacts. That happened only once in three days period even though i tried to make the problem recur. I then removed the heat sync and noticed the thermal paste was almost completly gone and dried up. Is there an easy way to change the settings for the gpu and memory on the r9 280, when the gpu goes into its lowest state it drops down to 300mhz on the gpu and 150 on the memory.
Brought to you by the letter G. Will have to see if this is something that is just here or there when some programs run. This happened immediately after I got it, and I left the whole thing alone in quiet mode from the start. I know that this system is recent and very unstable, but clearly it is unacceptable to have such problems. It works great for everything except this screen flicker. Did not try a different monitor did not have one. It only works with one displayport display.
I had the exact same problem with my 280x. Decided to enter in Safe Mode, all cool, no artefacts, no problems nothing at all. So nice part, when installing drivers in the middle of the setup, screen goes all black, system dies, nothing happens and there it is. This forces me to either hard shutdown or reset in order to restore graphics. Event 41 unexpected shutdown in event viewer. Internet Speed: 100mb Browser: Edge Antivirus: Defender Other Info: System used for photography, gaming, school, work. Went for 1144 mv 1156 mv gpu and went from 1500mv to 1600mv memory.
I have a tech friend whose looking into it more. Other games ae fine its only apex online. Please keep in mind that we are here to help you build a computer, not to build it for you. The things I noticed were: Flickering textures. Would prefer it to stay near its max clock speeds.
This as clean as I could make it with what I know. This is just my point of view, on this problem, Asus did not make the card right and this is what I did to fix it. I'm running a Sapphire R9 280X Vapor-X and I am getting a black screen, but not when gaming. The system doesn't crash, the monitor says it lost connection. I'll let you know how it works. Problems like this are very hard and annoying to fix. I now set my card manually for a constant speed of 65%, and I have had zero issues since then.
Seeing as how both the msi, and now the asus card are giving me sort of the same problems, the underlying cause must lie within my computer somewhere, specifically when I try to install the graphics card drivers. I submitted a bug into radeon bugzilla: Hopefully, this will be fixed to work out of the box at some point. Hi, Did anyone manage to get this fixed? Got one black screen, after some C-A-D and task manager managed to see some D3D render error message box, managed to restart the computer. At the beginning everything was ok, i were using windows 7 64bit, installed 13. Its evidently some mess up with the hardware somewhere that caused this. At the point, I switched my hdmi to my motherboard graphics to be able to log on to my computer again to run the driver sweeper.
After the installation of this utility I found that my driver was last updated 3 years ago. I tried some other solutions I found online but nothing seemed to have worked so I figured it was a faulty card. I do not like when the gpu drops that far down when it is not doing anything. Well as i guessed Drivers are doing something messy, so fresh clean install, no catalyst and everything runs smooth in the system. On a few sites with info on this problem people said that Radeon software does not play well with others. While it seems to be less often then before, it still happens. I have tried surfing the web looking for solutions but I am having no luck.