The problem I have is following - installed a waterblock on 390X, everything seems fine redid the system in the same configuration as it was before in new chassis and added only a 3rd SSD. However, few seconds after windows boots the displays go blank and even reset buttons does nothing, so I have to power off by holding down power button for few seconds to get the system restart.
I can boot in safe mode just fine, have clean uninstalled AMD drivers, system boots then also in non-safe mode but ofc I get then only one display and no drivers that way. Only thing managing then extract something from GFX card is GPU-z which says that the GPU is running at 100% with 60% memory lead, core temp approx 80C PCB thep about 50C so it should not be temperature issue (I think). Might be a bit crappy contact with core but the temperature seems to be very stable and compared to default air cooling, if that thing is really running at 100% with that temperature I think it's decent temp. Rest of the loop is 280mm rad with 140mm 1000 rpm high pressure fans in push-pull and 2x DC-LT pumps - the card is the only component this loop is cooling.
When I reinstall the drivers and reboot then again everything crashes after the reboot.
- Gigabyte 390X G1 gaming (Alphacool GPX-A 390 M04 waterblock)
- Club3D 7870 Eyefinity 6 (display manager shows that this card cant boot for some reason, could this be the issue?, however, the problem presist even if I disable that card in device manager).
- 4 displays, 1080p + 4k on 390x, 2x 1080p on 7870 (disabled for time being bcos of no drivers).
So - is there any relevant programs in Linux I could use to troubleshoot the card (if I do linux live usb stick)? I'm not fluent in linux but I can type in apt-get if I need to
Or what should I do in regards of AMD drivers? As noted already used the AMD tool for clean uninstalling in safe mode and then installed the drivers in normal mode (causing it to crash again).
So anything you can think I could do to address the issue feel free to suggest - looking for ideas.