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RX 580 Games crashing after overclocking

TrupiD
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Hi to everyone I have a problem with my RX 580 8gb.

 

So if I overclock my RX 580 even a little bit (30-40Mhz) I start the game for example I've noticed that it crashes on PUBG and GTA V but I have not noticed it on BF1.

 

I have the Rog Strix RX 580 so it is pretty cool under load about 65c in PUBG so the temperatures are okay.

I've tried deinstalling my Drivers with DDU that didn't help .

I've tried increasing a little bit Voltage but that didn't help either

 

Actually that is all that I've tried I can't think anything else xD.

 

My setup is:

 

CPU: Ryzen 5 1600

RAM: Gskill Ripjaws 16gb @ 3200mhz

SSD: Kingston 120gb

HDD: 250gb 7200rpm

MBO: MSI X370

 

So the Base Clock is at 1360mhz.

 

Am I doing something wrong while overclocking?

 

Thank you!

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The strix is a pre overclocked card, so maybe your chip just can't take any more.

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On 12/7/2018 at 3:26 AM, pstarlord said:

What are you using for your overclock?  What's your voltage offest? 

I leave voltage on stock but I've also tried adjusting voltage. I boost Core Clock on 1420MHz(stock is 1360).

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6 hours ago, TrupiD said:

I leave voltage on stock but I've also tried adjusting voltage. I boost Core Clock on 1420MHz(stock is 1360).

Like @fasauceome said, it might just be limit of that card since it's already overclocked.  

 

But, if you push the core clock, it'll require more voltage.  You can just set the voltage offset in the wattman software to 50, and that alone will get you pretty good boost on everything. 

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