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New XT GPU failing

I've just built my first PC (technically my housemate put it together) and it's started crashing constantly when I try to play high-end games such as Warzone. I have:

CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 6-Core Socket AM4 GHz
Power Supply: Thermaltake W Smart BX1 80 Plus Bronze Non-Modular
Storage: Crucial BX 1TB 3D NAND SATA inch SSD
Motherboard: Gigabyte BM-H AM4 mATX
RAM: Thermaltake 16GB (2x8GB) RDGXC16D H-ONE MHz DDR4
GPU: Asrock Radeon RX XT Challenger D 6G OC
OS: Windows 10 Home, v , Build

It works fine for less intensive things like Runescape + watching Twitch (although it did crash once doing this), it handled me running Furmark for 15mins. When I go to launch games like Warzone it crashes at various stages, loading into the menu, in the game, anywhere and inconsistently. Interestingly, when I was using Adrenalin v I could get warzone to run inconsistently, Division 2 would crash pretty much straight away, and Bullets Per Minute would crash loading the first level. Now running v Warzone always crashes, BPM returns that Unreal Engine 4 has crashed, and Division 2 seems to be running for the moment.

When it crashes, it displays a green screen for a few seconds 90% of the time, and then fails to detect input to the monitor but does not shut off the PC. After trying to reinstall the chipset drivers I had a different graphic error on screen, but that was only during the restart.

My housemate has an almost identical PC, only difference is that his is made by Gigabyte and mine by ASRock, and as soon as we tried switching our GPUs, his had the same green screen crash immediately and mine seemed to be working.

I've tried uninstalling all of the AMD drivers and reinstalling, still crashing.

Suggestions? I'm in the process of contacting the store I bought it from for a replacement.

 

Sours: https://www.techpowerup.com/forums/threads/newxt-gpu-failing/

RX XT Gaming X Trio Random Black/Green Screen Crash When Gaming <Solved>

Same here, I have been here for 14 days and the latest version VBIOS MSITVMH (AKA ). In this vbios the problem is present as in previous vbios..What a mess, we should all get together and put a complaint to MSI, only this particular model fails in MSI, I have not seen in any forum the same problem in other manufacturers. If I take out the card and put in my rtx from my other computer the problems stop, so it's not a ram problem, no power supply or anything like that, it's just this particular model. After paying $ for it due to chip shortages, I find myself with a clunker. I get a random black screen, especially when gaming, that freezes the system. I have to reboot. Sometimes it takes longer and sometimes less, but it's certainly a pretty serious and seemingly random problem. Sometimes it happens after 5 minutes and sometimes after 2 hours, but it happens often, it's maddening and apparently after so long on the market there is no effective solution after reading hundreds of posts and dozens of forums. It seems that many people have the same problem.

 

Sours: https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?threads/rxxt-gaming-x-trio-random-black-green-screen-crash-when-gaming-solved/
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Hey guys, please welcome me to the green screen reboot club. Not that i wish to be inside in this club, but the last few weeks has been very stressful with all of these troubleshooting and circling around this forum, reddit, tomshardware, etc. This is probably one of the most demotivating thing i have ever experienced as i was excited to finally get to upgrade my system from intel/nvidia system to AMD system, especially in these crazy times where all of the computer parts are ridiculously priced.

A month ago, i built my system with Ryzen 5 x and Rx Xt (i know the gpu is a little bit weak for the cpu, but i am still comfortable playing in p). It began 2 days after i successfully booted my newly built system. I was doing some benchmark on Red Dead Redemption 2 when i saw a very minor artifact at the bottom of the screen when turning MSAA on. I shrug it off and right after it finished benchmarking, bam, i got a blank green screen, and then the PC restarts itself.

Naturally, i googled around as this very much sounds like a hardware problem. Turns out, tons of navi architecture card owners ( and ) had the same issue. Some of them get black screens, but with very similar symptoms like mine. I heard that if you are using DP cable, you'll get black screen whereas if you are using HDMI (like me), you'll get green screen.

i shrugged it off as one time accident, until it happens again when playing kingdom come deliverance.

thus, my endless and desperate journey of troubleshooting begins. Hell, i feel that i spent more time troubleshooting than actually playing. I cant even play game peacefully as i constantly in alert for when the dreaded green screen come

My system are:

CPU: Ryzen 5 x
GPU: MSI RX XT Gaming MX
RAM: Corsair 16 GB DDR 4 MHZ
Mobo: ASUS ROG STRIX BF GAMING
Storage: Western Digital M2 SSD 1 TB PCIE 3 + 1 TB HDD from old system (forgot the brand)
PSU: Corsair RM 80+ Gold

These are the things that i have done so far:

  1. Installed latest driver (not the WHQL / Recommended version, i believe it its the december version)
    - Green screen while benchmarking RDR 2. Minor graphical artifact in the bottom of the screen (distorded squares) before crashing. Crash came right after finished benchmarking.
  2. Reinstalled driver with recommended version (november version)
    - No more green screen crash on RDR2 benchmark
    - Green screen while playing Kingdom Come Deliverance (mid game)
  3. Undervolted & underclock GPU
    - Green screen while playing Kingdom Come Deliverance (mid game)
  4. Reinstalled driver with factory reset/DDU (with optional WHQL version)
  5. Turned of fast boot
    - Grew bored with the game, so haven't gone long enough to test whether it still crashes
    -
    Green screen while playing Total War Warhammer 2 (right after loading saved game)
  6. setting DOCP (XMP) from to
  7. set High Performance Mode in Windows Power Setting
  8. Installed latest AMD chipset driver
  9. Changed GPU PCIE slot from PCIE 4 (Auto) to PCIE 3
    - Green screen while playing Total War Warhammer 2 (right after turn end)
  10. Installed new motherboard BIOS (AGESA ). Reverted my XMP and PCIE back to mhz and PCIE 4 as i ruled out these to be the cause.
  11. Add 1 more PCIE cable to connect PSU to GPU (so im using 2 cable instead of 1 with splitter)
    - So far no green screen yet (1 day, duh. Will update this thread if i got more crashes)

The crash are very random. Sometimes you dont have it for 5 days straight, sometimes you have it twice per day. Sometimes i could play total war for 6 hour straight without crashing, but sometimes on 1/2 hour mark. It seems to happen only when gaming. Out of 5 crashes i got, 3 crashed right after loading something (after finished loading save game, ending/starting turn in total war, ending RDR 2 benchmark), while the other 2 happened mid game. The crash are identical: screen turns green, buzzing sound from speaker, and then hard reboot.

When checking the event viewer, it only shows Event ID 41 (Kernel-power) and 18 (WHEA-Logger). All of these green screen reboot did not produce BSOD minidumps. Instead, it produces WHEA-Logger dump. Whocrashed from the WHEA dump shows that the one who crashed the pc is ntoskrnl.exe, which is AFAIK standard windows system protocol. I am not an expert at debugging, but these log doesn't seem to have enough information on what driver actually crashed my system. It basically only says that "your system is forced to turn off".

I have not yet changed my hardware (PSU/GPU/CPU) to test which one is faulty, but i am quite confident that this is GPU issue. I found that almost all of the people experiencing this issue from the forums are having navi AMD card. RX XT seems to have it worse, but some XT owner have it too.

Any of you guys have found a solution to this issue? so far after installing new mobo BIOS and adding more PCIE cable yesterday, i have not yet experienced any green screen crash, but i am not optimistic. Hopefully someone here can shed some light on the solution without needing to change any of my hardware.. 

 

Sours: https://community.amd.com/t5/graphics/rxxt-green-screen-and-then-reboot-automatically-event-id/td-p/

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