[SOLVED] RX 5600 XT Pulse Bios update - Games crashing AMD drivers

shooya

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Hello,

So recently i have bought RX 5600 XT Pulse, Updated bios and here we start. I was getting a lot of AMD drivers crash and black screens at the beginning. So i had reinstalled the system. Found out that my usb HUB was throwing output with current on USB port. So today i was testing around with games, Anthem is the one that crashes my drivers the most. After reinstalling the system things got a bit more stable but still getting random crashes. So i switched to "Silent" bios on my RX. So far i did not have any problems, even bumped VRAM to 1700 similar to Performance bios, and had no issues for few hours.

My rig:
AMD R5 2600 - No OC
GOODRAM DDR4 IRDM X 16GB 2800MHz 2x8GB
MOBO: [ASRock] Fatal1ty B450 Gaming K4
GPU: RX 5600 XT Pulse Sapphire - New bios
PSU: [SilentiumPC] Vero L2 Bronze 600 W SPC165

Now i would like to get as much as possible from my GPU, and move back to Performance Bios. Any ideas?
 

bobalazs

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Sorry to hear that. Not sure what you can do, or what could cause this. I know 3 people other than me, that has this Pulse card work right, and after the bios update too.
 

shooya

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ye, i also just noticed that when i turn movie into full screen, my pc fereezes video for 10-30 second and then works properly, audio continues to play normally during that.
 

shooya

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This would seem to be a problem of hardware acceleration. If the hardware acceleration fails to work properly. what is at fault? MOBO, GPU or CPU?
 

shooya

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on HDMI i did not experience the video problem, changed ports for display port so far so good.

update: display port still sucks. HDMI 60hz works
 
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ocer9999

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I was afraid of the same thing, but lucky for me my Red Devil 5600 XT works perfect even after the bios flash.
It's quite a bit more performance compared to the old bios which it's a very good plus to have with out any noise increase.
 

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