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"No Signal" I.E. Crash

LargestGnome
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Hello, this is my first time back on the site in I'd say a year or so; if not more.

 

At any rate; I'm tired of gravedigging old topics from every thread online, so here I am.

 

Issue:

My monitors have recently been losing signal from my R9 390;

 

Things I've tried to combat it via Google.

  • Checking for 'loose' RAM
  • Reinstalling drivers
  • Monitoring heat via AMDs software [idles mid 50C at peak benchmarks it tops at 78C]
  • -------However this crash will happen at random times, sometimes at idle, sometimes under load.

I am trying to run two ASUS VG248QE 24", along with an LG 55" 720p TV.

 

I was recently thinking it was perhaps a power supply issue. However; I  recall when I first built this rig it would run Kodi, on the TV in another room while I played games. Exactly as I have done now.

--I wouldn't put a thousand dollars on it, but, I would put two dollars on a situation I recall being;

It would also do this while hardly under load watching some random Kodi stream at night with the other two monitors shut off.

 

 

.......Soooo.... I'd guess my efforts would be best placed towards gutting my software..? Ye?

 

Comments, questions, and obvious Derps appreciated.

 

Powersupply //////SeaSonic SSR-650RM 650W

 

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  • Phanteks Enthoo Pro Full Tower
  • MSI Z170 Krait
  • MSI R9 390
  • SeaSonic 650W
  • intel i5 6600k
  • HyperXFury 120GB Boot
  • WD Blue 1TB
  • G.Skill RipJAw DDR4 16GB
  • Cryorig H7
  • Asus VG248QE

"Living is not always alive."

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7 minutes ago, LargestGnome said:

My monitors have recently been losing signal from my R9 390

Are both losing connection at the same time or independently of each other?

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1 minute ago, tjcater said:

Are both losing connection at the same time or independently of each other?

 

All at once, if I have 1, 2 or 3 hooked up. 

 

Music I have playing will continue to work and play, but all visuals crash.

  • Phanteks Enthoo Pro Full Tower
  • MSI Z170 Krait
  • MSI R9 390
  • SeaSonic 650W
  • intel i5 6600k
  • HyperXFury 120GB Boot
  • WD Blue 1TB
  • G.Skill RipJAw DDR4 16GB
  • Cryorig H7
  • Asus VG248QE

"Living is not always alive."

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1 minute ago, LargestGnome said:

 

All at once, if I have 1, 2 or 3 hooked up. 

Is your card beyond the warranty period or is it still covered?

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2 minutes ago, tjcater said:

Is your card beyond the warranty period or is it still covered?

nearly two years old, ordered 11/2/15. I'd have to guess out of warranty.

  • Phanteks Enthoo Pro Full Tower
  • MSI Z170 Krait
  • MSI R9 390
  • SeaSonic 650W
  • intel i5 6600k
  • HyperXFury 120GB Boot
  • WD Blue 1TB
  • G.Skill RipJAw DDR4 16GB
  • Cryorig H7
  • Asus VG248QE

"Living is not always alive."

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2 minutes ago, LargestGnome said:

nearly two years old, ordered 11/2/15. I'd have to guess out of warranty.

One way to tell if this is a software issue and not a hardware issue for sure is to run a Linux liveCD for a little bit and see if the issue still arises.

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