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dannyj6185

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  1. Yeah I reinstalled the drivers and its still happening, although in the event viewer, it only says Kernel-Power when I crash.
  2. I don't know whats changed but my recent crashes have been from "Kernel-Power" not from the drivers.
  3. What I gather from this is that its probably a driver error. How do I fix it?
  4. It crashes while I am watching yt videos, the "aw snap" chrome error comes up and they 10-20 secs later it crashes. (https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95669?co=GENIE.Platform%3DDesktop&hl=en) Specs: Intel i5-6400 AMD R9 380 (Has overheating Problems) Prebuilt so not sure of PSU but I think 500W Corsair Vengeance 2x 8gb (capped at 2133Mhz )
  5. So today my pc started crashing, followed by a restart. My monitor breaks (Image) and I have no idea whats going on. Please Help
  6. So, for some reason all of the software on my computer, such as task manager, amd settings and games are reading my graphics card as an AMD R9 200 Series. However, I bought an AMD R9 380 from John Lewis (I know bad descision), so I was wondering if I had been lied to by John Lewis or for some reason my computer was reading my GPU incorrectly. For all my other hardware it is fine. John Lewis Computer: https://www.johnlewis.com/hp-omen-870-095na-desktop-pc-intel-core-i5-8gb-ram-1tb-128gb-ssd-amd-radeon-r9-gunmetal/p3100809
  7. I fixed it. After 3 years the dust built up around the GPU, so I cleared it today and doesn't go above 70.
  8. AdvancedMicroDisapointment, I will update my drivers and could you please explain what you mean by 'throttle'
  9. Edgar, After a driver update about a year ago it changed it across my entire system. Even on radeon settings it says R9 200 series after a double checked from where a bought the computer and it says R9 380. I also checked to see what it looked like in my case and I can tell you that it's a 380 not part of the 200 series.
  10. I have an AMD R9 380 Graphics Card and its 3 years old, for about a year now whenever I run a game or video streaming it gets as hot as 96 Degree's. To try and fix it, I have implemented a fan curve but its no use; so my fan is always running at 100%. Specs: i5 - 6400 AMD R9 380 4gb 8gb Ram 2400mhz Stock Cooler (I don't know if its important but my computer was build in a inverted layout, so my PSU is above my GPU) Message if you need any additional infomation. Original PC: https://www.johnlewis.com/hp-omen-870-095na-desktop-pc-intel
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