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[AMD] CCC 13.10 and 11 Beta Issues

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October 13, 2013 7:55:05 AM

Hi, i'm currently running the AMD 13.11 BetaV1 driver on my Sapphire 7970 OC with Boost card.

Clocks: 1000 core, 1450 mem, 1.050mv as well as 15% BPLi (Constant voltage turned on).

I have been using these clock settings for about 2 months now and i never had any issues on the 13.9 WHQL driver. I am very certain as i ran countless stability test with MSI Kombustor and tons of loops with Heaven 4.0 (all maxed out).

The 13.10 BetaV1 driver had some instability issues that caused my PC to BSOD. Then i used WhoCrashed and it diagnosed as a graphics driver crash.

Now, after installing 13.10BetaV2 and 13.11Beta V1 drivers, both respectively crashes in BF4 beta followed by artifacts on my browser that requires a reboot to resolve and disappear. It doesn't happen during normal computer usage (such as browsing the net, etc).

Is anyone having the same issues as me?

Lots of thanks,
FruitCake

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October 13, 2013 8:09:55 AM

use amd's uninstall utility before installing the driver. it helped me in past when my temps was going haywire due to the "then new" 13.6 beta drivers. haven't had a problem ever since whenever i install any new drivers.
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October 13, 2013 8:13:15 AM

nokiddingboss said:
use amd's uninstall utility before installing the driver. it helped me in past when my temps was going haywire due to the "then new" 13.6 beta drivers. haven't had a problem ever since whenever i install any new drivers.


I first uninstalled the drivers in the control panel using the uninstall program that was built-in. Then ran driver sweeper on safe mode to remove all the traces.

Same thing i did for 13.9 WHQL, and i never had any issues too.

Don't think that's the solution bro :\

Also heard that there is some issues with the utility too..
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October 13, 2013 8:25:47 AM

it well worth the try. i've been using the utility since beta 13.6 and it has not failed me yet. you can never tell unless you try bro. still, its up to you, i'm just trying to help. i'm not gonna force you to try it if you don't want to.
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October 13, 2013 8:46:08 AM

nokiddingboss said:
it well worth the try. i've been using the utility since beta 13.6 and it has not failed me yet. you can never tell unless you try bro. still, its up to you, i'm just trying to help. i'm not gonna force you to try it if you don't want to.


I will try reinstall the driver using the utility and driver sweeper. Posting back soon :) 
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October 14, 2013 6:08:16 AM

nokiddingboss said:
it well worth the try. i've been using the utility since beta 13.6 and it has not failed me yet. you can never tell unless you try bro. still, its up to you, i'm just trying to help. i'm not gonna force you to try it if you don't want to.


Nope.avi :( 

There same issue is still there after reinstalling the drivers with the utility.

Anyone else reading this encountering the same issue? ><
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November 3, 2013 3:44:48 PM

Yes, I have the same problem. Square artefacts appearing, mostly in browser, but I believe same thing happens in BF4, but artefacts are not square, but very different and very annoying, usually on the sky. I am on r9 280x
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November 6, 2013 9:20:23 AM

hedeon said:
Yes, I have the same problem. Square artefacts appearing, mostly in browser, but I believe same thing happens in BF4, but artefacts are not square, but very different and very annoying, usually on the sky. I am on r9 280x


I was playing on Dawnbreaker today when i suddenly random "spikes" of artifacts.

Using the 13.11 Beta8 drivers, i immediately attributed the cause to it. Since my clockspeeds were the same for months now, including during the time frame that i was still using 13.9 WHQL months back. (No issues).
Card couldn't be defect since i've never seen the temps go over 60c while gaming. (30-35c ambient room temp).

If it makes you feel better, don't worry bro. Its the drivers ;) 
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