- Aug 5, 2012
- Gigabyte z390 Aorus Pro
- RX 570
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- Mobile Phone
WeirdOh and I don’t know if this is a hint to the problem BUT:
If I’m watching a video, it continues uninterrupted. No glitches or artifacts it keeps playing no problem. I just can’t move the mouse, use the keyboard and the sound goes out.
I AM using an external audio interface and so, It makes me wonder if just the USB’s are being disconnected. But that’s just a guess from having no idea why this is happening.
Will try! ThanksFinally figured out the stability issues with XMP enabled. Enabling XMP raises CPU VCCIO and System Agent SA voltages, making my system crash at random. I landed on setting both to 1.1V, and my system has been stable since, using XMP1 at 3200Mhz
I'm kind of a in the same boat. I get random crashes/reboots ever since I installed RX 5700... Can't figure out what's causing it. Tried XMP on/off, tried clean install, a lot of other stuff, but to no availI’m having a similar problem. Except I’m using a Sapphire rx 570 pulse. And these freezes are NEW. I’ve had an extremely stable build for almost 6 months and suddenly... freezes.
I notice that it only happens when I do something that is graphically labor heavy.
Watching Youtube, VLC player, even using the simulator in Xcode. Zoom conferences seem to be fine until I share my screen. Then it’s just a matter of time before it freezes.
This leads me to believe that it’s something with my graphics settings somewhere.but I can’t figure out what is going on
I have zero problems with this build on Windows10 and/or Ubuntu... so I know it’s not the hardware.
Any help from anyone would be much appreciated.
I'm kind of a in the same boat. I get random crashes/reboots ever since I installed RX 5700... Can't figure out what's causing it. Tried XMP on/off, tried clean install, a lot of other stuff, but to no avail
]I cant say that I "fixed" it but it has stopped. And it stopped when I switch usb ports for my external audio interface. Try changing around what is plugged in where in your usb's. I hope that this helps you.