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Posted · Original PosterOP

I was playing the outer worlds and I got this blue screen. 

 

I have the most updated Radeon drivers. I never updated my x570 bios but it's a brand new motherboard and I didn't think I had to. Would updating the bios help?


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3600X and Vega 56 with too many storage drives to count. 

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1 minute ago, Thready said:

Would updating the bios help?

Typically it doesn't hurt.

What are the full system specs of your system?


So rise up, all ye lost ones, as one, we'll claw the clouds

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2 minutes ago, Thready said:

I was playing the outer worlds and I got this blue screen. 

 

I have the most updated Radeon drivers. I never updated my x570 bios but it's a brand new motherboard and I didn't think I had to. Would updating the bios help?

It's definitely recommended to update BIOS on X570 as there have been many optimisations made since release. 

Which motherboard do you have? 

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1 hour ago, Radium_Angel said:

Typically it doesn't hurt.

What are the full system specs of your system?

 

1 hour ago, Radium_Angel said:

Typically it doesn't hurt.

What are the full system specs of your system?

X570 Phantom 4, 3600X, Vega 56, Sabrent Rocket NVME for the game drive, Silicon Power NVME for boot drive.


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3600X and Vega 56 with too many storage drives to count. 

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16 minutes ago, Thready said:

 

X570 Phantom 4, 3600X, Vega 56, Sabrent Rocket NVME for the game drive, Silicon Power NVME for boot drive.

Ok, start with a BIOS update. If it comes back, we'll look into possibly bad RAM.

Report back on your updates (success, failure, etc)


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14 minutes ago, Radium_Angel said:

Ok, start with a BIOS update. If it comes back, we'll look into possibly bad RAM.

Report back on your updates (success, failure, etc)

Thanks. I don't know what version my bios is but there was a bios release a few weeks ago which I will update to.


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2 minutes ago, Thready said:

Thanks. I don't know what version my bios is but there was a bios release a few weeks ago which I will update to.

Oftentimes, even brand new mobos can be weeks, or months out of date on BIOS, so that's always a good start to update to current BIOS.

As an off-topic, I'm a professional photographer, if you ever need shop-talk advice I'm happy to help on that front too.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, Radium_Angel said:

Oftentimes, even brand new mobos can be weeks, or months out of date on BIOS, so that's always a good start to update to current BIOS.

As an off-topic, I'm a professional photographer, if you ever need shop-talk advice I'm happy to help on that front too.

Yeah definitely. I have a website but I can't promote it here. Send me a DM and I'll show you my work sometime. I don't know how to DM on here lol


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Still getting the BSOD and some people on reddit have the same problem

 


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20 hours ago, Thready said:

Still getting the BSOD and some people on reddit have the same problem

 

Is it linked to the video game?


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On 1/1/2020 at 2:48 PM, Radium_Angel said:

Is it linked to the video game?

Yeah. 1 person so far has it linked to the game and a few other people say it's Radeon's driver issue

 


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1 hour ago, Thready said:

Yeah. 1 person so far has it linked to the game and a few other people say it's Radeon's driver issue

 

That is going to be a bear to fix, because both of those things are out of your control


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