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Do this, uninstall the display catalyst packagem method I used was via the device manager display adapter uninstall driver and click delete driver files. Windows should then instantly load it's default driver.

Reboot by doing a shift restart and get to the boot options section and choose to "disable driver signing enforcement" Number 7 from memory.

Install the display adapter driver again this time however do it this way,

Go to device manager / display adapter, driver, and use the update method and point it at the inf file. Should be in the left behind amd folder in the root of your C drive.

This will install driver only, not the add on crimson package software.

Then retry overclocking it.?

test under load. suddenly the settings I set , were set, when set if you know what I mean!!!!

For me the install of the crimson package stopped my ability to overclock, windows 10 x64 service packed to 1607 anniversary edition. On a fresh media created usb disk install.

Something in the crimson drivers is badly wrong. Badly, or the anniversary update has changed something that causes an issue.
post #32 of 47
PS i forgot if you remove the driver don't forget to remove the amd display driver package from programs and features. before you reboot or load the driver manually.

Grrr.. couldn't find edit post button early only 2 coffee's so far.
post #33 of 47
I just for the first time since before I did a custom bios, loaded embd 1.2. Now the issue is back. Not sure if it's a coincidence or not. I'll DDU and try again. I don't want to do a custom bios again until after I get my new card. This card is going back and I'd rather have the stock bios on there.

edit: Didn't have to. Cold boot worked the 2nd time. Odd. Not sure what's going on with this driver.

edit2: No. To get them fully recognized I had to DDU again. So the issue is still there. I didn't reload embd 1.2 to see if that was the instigator. I hadn't had the issue since I quit using it and then the issue reared it's ugly head again as soon as I loaded it this time. However, It's fine now. I'll load it later if I'm bored to see.
Edited by greytoad - 9/14/16 at 1:40pm
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Let's hope they fixed the memory bug. Fingers crossed!!!
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Testing now... No luck.

On the good news front, I've been escalated with AMD support... just waiting for some word from them.
Edited by looncraz - 9/21/16 at 7:49pm
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Oddly, I'm getting what's behaving like a locked power limit on the new driver. It's throttling like it's at 0 power limit even though +50 is set. Lost 3 fps in Valley. Going to try another DDU. Performance isn't horrible, but I spend more time at 1300 and 1350 than at 1435. I might go back to 16.9.1 or 16.8.2 to see where the problem started. I've been so focused on other problems and the memory clocks that I've been running my cards without their core oc for a bit, so maybe it started before I loaded 16.9.2. I don't know. I tried loading EMBD and it now says I have no cards. I wonder if Afterburner did this to me. Might have to do some reg editing.
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ddu worked. I put this here because it happened the exact same way my memory overclocks stuck issue normally starts. I adjusted the memory clocks while hwinfo64was open accidentally. After uninstall and DDU and removing afterburner my performance went back to normal. In fact there may have been a bit of a speed bump in valley on the 16.9.2 driver.
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just dl thanks for the heads up thumb.gifthumb.gif
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New 16.10.1 drivers:

http://support.amd.com/en-us/kb-articles/Pages/Radeon-Software-Crimson-Edition-16-10-1-Release-Notes.aspx
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