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Recent Crimson Driver stability has been, well, shitty

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System Name Virtual Reality / Bioinformatics
Processor Undead CPU
Motherboard Undead TUF X99
Cooling Noctua NH-D15
Memory GSkill 128GB DDR4-3000
Video Card(s) Sapphire R9 Fury X
Storage Samsung 960 Pro 1TB, Crucial MX200 500GB
Display(s) Acer K272HUL, HTC Vive
Case Fractal Design R5
Power Supply Seasonic 850watt
Mouse Logitech Master MX
Keyboard Corsair K70 Cherry MX Blue
Software Windows 10 Professional/Linux Mint
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Came home to another random BSOD, due to my recent experience with dying processors and motherboards I was scared as f*uck. It took me a good 30 seconds to read the actual BSOD message was video scheduler error or something. Upon restart the Crimson driver mentioned it has been reset. Well I did not even touch that thing after getting system ready, and I did not even game/work on the rig.

So tried a few graphic benchmarks. Yep, getting BSOD left and right. DDU uninstalled the 17.10.1 and tried several recent betas. Nope, all of them are unstable. Finally revert back to 17.7.2 driver and the stability problem is finally solved.

Seems the Crimson driver after Vega launch has gone completely nuts for the Fury/X. Locking up HBM overlocking and bugging out freesync. RTG needs some serious kicking in the nuts to smart up.