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display driver amd driver stopped responding and has successfully recovered

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January 22, 2014 2:52:23 PM

Hi, i just purchased a ASUS Radeon r9 270x and i keep geeting an error that says "display driver amd driver stopped responding and has successfully recovered". I tryed tdr delay, updating bios, ram test, underclocking, udating drivers, rolling back drivers, checking if my mobo worked with ddr5 (it does),bought a 600w psu, and i still get the problem....

My specs
Intel i7 4th Gen 4770 3.4ghz
8 gb ram
Asus Radeon r9 270x
1tb hd
windows 8.1
evga 600b 600w

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January 22, 2014 3:10:45 PM

Try uninstalling and then reinstalling fresh drivers from http://support.amd.com/en-us/download
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January 23, 2014 10:42:20 PM

Hi, i have the same problem. I tried all of the solutions that i found on the internet but i still have the problem.

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crosshair v formula-z
sapphire r9 270x toxic
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May 20, 2014 2:27:46 PM

I have been getting this same error too. I just received a new computer from CyberPowerPC and right away this problem started to occur. I tried everything to fix it.

INTEL I7-4820K 3.7 GHZ 10M
GIGABYTE X79-UP4 QUAD CROSSFIRE/ QUAD SLI
800 WATT POWER SUPPLY
16GB DDR3 1866MHZ
MSI R9 270 2GB
WINDOWS 8.1 64

They are shipping me a replacement video card, but on the off chance that I install the replacement video card and the problem still exists, I want to learn everything I can about this problem so I can try to remedy it. I really don't want to have to ship the computer back to CyberPowerPC and wait forever for them to fix it and then there's the slow shipping process. I have ordered computers from so many different companies and manufacturers over the years and I have never received a computer that didn't have problems from day 1. And it always turns into a horrible nightmare. Just once it would be nice to receive a computer that actually works properly.

I will come back and reply whether or not the new replacement video card resolved the problem, but until then, I would really like to find out if anybody has managed to resolve this, and how they managed to fix the problem.
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