Windows 10: Artifacts on screen. Screen goes black Solved

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  1.    10 Jul 2017 #11

    @Elifawvrtt I ran DDU and removed the AMD display drivers. Now for display the Microsoft basic display drivers are installed. Not getting the black screen anymore when booting into windows normally.

    @CountMike In display properties the monitor shows 64hz. I'm not sure about the card. Since i have uninstalled the drivers gpu-z only shows info for Microsoft basic display adapter.

    @stealth2920 You're pretty useless huh?

    @BugMeister The amd forums are absolutely loaded with people having the same problem, black screen when installing amd display drivers. I would love to know the cause as im probably going to send the card out for RMA before the end of the day. I'm thinking something is definitely wrong with it due to the artefacts. I just don't want to receive a new one and have the same driver black screen issues.
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  2.    10 Jul 2017 #12

    Some pictures of the artefacts at varying resolutions
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    The offender:

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    Win10 Pro Build 17040
       10 Jul 2017 #13

    17.7.1 driver now available at AMD

    - it's a non-WHQL driver, which means it has yet to be given a Windows Hardware Quality Licence
    - that shouldn't be a problem, though - it will still operate OK in Windows 10

    PS: @LoyalOpposition - that looks horribly like a Hardware fault..
    - as it's a new system, it might be best to RTM it and get the manufacturer to correct the fault under guarantee

    - possibly a poorly installed cooler, given that it is showing a warning sign in Devices..
    Last edited by BugMeister; 10 Jul 2017 at 19:10.
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  4.    10 Jul 2017 #14

    @BugMeister Wish i would have seen this earlier, i already sent the gpu out for rma. Going to be beating myself up for not looking into that cooler flag first. Guess I'll make sure its wired properly, clean it and put some fresh paste on.
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  5.    10 Jul 2017 #15

    Reason i want to put make sure its connected right/ put new paste on, when it came the cooler screw knobs were kinda loose and idle temps were a little high, 40-50c. I'm not sure of the temps since i tightened it up a bit. I've seen some threads about that 690lc driver flag. Supposedly installing some fan controller software/ drivers fixes it. Really wish i had an old gpu laying around. Guess it's time to check Craig's list for a cheap card to play around with.
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    Win10 Pro Build 17040
       11 Jul 2017 #16

    - at least you'll be able to discount any hardware fault with the GFX card itself, which is a (minor) plus..
    - the 580 should be able to handle fairly high temperatures, it's a pretty robust piece of kit..
    - AMD cards will generally run perfectly OK at high temps - mine run fine even up around 80/90 degrees

    - I have Sapphire Trixx installed to enable crossfire settings and some reasonable OC timings

    - let us know how things proceed, I'm keen to see how well the new AMD stuff performs..
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  7.    11 Jul 2017 #17

    Double posted somehow..
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  8.    11 Jul 2017 #18

    Specs for the asus rog rx580 strix show the fan doesnt even kick on until temps rise above 55c. This load test from guru3d shows 66c.
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    Noticed you have two 480's, are they two 8g? They must run pretty nicely. From what i understand the 580 is just a slightly upgraded 480.

    If i managed to get another 580 after this eth mining craze slows down, or after Vega is released, would i be able to run the strix in crossfire with a reference card or different manufacturer? Or would they have to both be strix 580's? Just wondering, I've seen conflicting info when i search it up. I'd most likely just get another strix of course. Although, I'm not sure two strix 580's would fit next to each other.

    Im quite ready to test the card out, along with the 1600x. I will definitely keep you updated. Im anxiously awaiting my rx580's return.
    I found a place near me where i can get a geforce 210 for around 20 bucks. Will make a good temp gpu for now. It would be compatible with my ryzen 1600x on a x370 board right? Maybe I'll get two and run them in sli just for fun
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  9.    12 Jul 2017 #19

    Same is happening to my Rx 460. Fans don't kick in until about 55c but back of the card feels hotter than that which makes me wander about temp sensor accuracy.
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  10.    12 Jul 2017 #20

    What program do you use to measure temps? I dont know of any problems with amd gpu's but I've heard some things about x series ryzen's incorrectly reporting temps. Offset anywhere from 6-20c
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