Question Brand new Rx 580 nitro+ crashing

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Just upgraded gpu from 1050TI to rx 580 nitro+8gb but it started crashing shortly after i ran Whocrashed and it was VIDEO_TDR_ERROR that was causing to crash pc i have tried literally everything to fix it Reinstalled windows made sure temps were low 60-70 While gaming updated bios reinstalled graphics drivers thousand times no overclocking no viruses or malwares here is my pc
i5 8500
Rx 580 Nitro+ 8gb
8 gb ram DDR4
H310M-K
Psu 500 W
i am thinking about psu being not enough but i wanna try everything i can before i buy new psu
 
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If you go into your radeon software app click on the settings icon in the top right and then click on display you have to turn off virtual super resolution if it is on
 
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If you go into your radeon software app click on the settings icon in the top right and then click on display you have to turn off virtual super resolution if it is on
After you turn it off you have to restart your computer and it should work
 
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Yeah If you reinstalled the latest drivers many times, then unfortunately it is probably an issue with your power supply
 
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Just upgraded gpu from 1050TI to rx 580 nitro+8gb but it started crashing shortly after i ran Whocrashed and it was VIDEO_TDR_ERROR that was causing to crash pc i have tried literally everything to fix it Reinstalled windows made sure temps were low 60-70 While gaming updated bios reinstalled graphics drivers thousand times no overclocking no viruses or malwares here is my pc
i5 8500
Rx 580 Nitro+ 8gb
8 gb ram DDR4
H310M-K
Psu 500 W
i am thinking about psu being not enough but i wanna try everything i can before i buy new psu
This is easy. You went from a nVidia to AMD. You must run DDU. Display Driver Uninstaller and do a clean and restart then install the latest Catalyst drivers and you should be good to go. Let me know ;)
 
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Likely the PSU. The old Deepcool models where garbage. The DE500 for example is an old design paired with cheap parts and is only rated for 300w where it counts, this is not enough for a system with an RX580.
Yeah I would suggest a PSU with at least 500 Watts because the RX 580 in particular can get very hot
 
Jul 28, 2020
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This is easy. You went from a nVidia to AMD. You must run DDU. Display Driver Uninstaller and do a clean and restart then install the latest Catalyst drivers and you should be good to go. Let me know ;)
i have done that and also reinstalled windows so i dont think that's the case
 

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