Originally Posted by VicsPC
I haven't had this issue at all and i bought my V64 on release day. You sure it's not something else causing your memory to max at idle? I know when i had 2 screens hooked up on my r9 390 it would raise mem clocks at idle to 500 instead of the actual min. I know there's some windows aero settings that can cause memory clocks to be high at idle. If i were you id clean uninstall AMD drivers, either AMD uninstaller or DDU, restart with your ethernet/wifi off (or safe mode) so windows doesnt try to install anything re install. Ive never run into that issue at all.
I disconnected my second monitor, to test, and that did not help. Aero is set to default. I'll consider my options when I install my next driver update. I use DDU sparingly, usually opting to just uninstall previous driver.