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    ASUS Vega 64 STRIX Crashing

    Hey All, I have Vega 64 Asus Strix (ROG-STRIX-RXVEGA64-O8G-GAMING) and I'm struggling with unstabilized, after 1-2 hours of gaming the computer collapse (shut down) and reboot immediately I can't really get solved this issue no matter what I tried.

    my system spec -

    z390 designare gigabyte

    4x16 ram corsair lpx

    i9 9900k

    Asus vega 64

    hx1000i

    3xhdd

    2xm.2

    corsair commander + 6 fans

    Noctua dh CPU cooler



    - Mobo Bios latest - F9b (also happened with F7) tried default settings and my Hackintosh version bios, no difference.

    - AMD Latest driver 20.5.1 (also happened with the ASUS officially driver from their website and the AMD stable version 20.4.2)

    - Windows 10 20H1 version

    - Power connected with 2 different cables to PSU

    - I set my PSU to a multi-rail mode in iCUE software, also tired with single rail mode, no difference.

    - tried 2 sticks of ram, swap them, 1 stick, no difference.

    - I did MemTest86, everything fine.

    - tried different profiles on ASUS GPU Tweaks, also tried to change the bios from the card dual bios option, no difference.

    - tried to update the firmware from ASUS website, no difference.

    - tried to update the firmware from https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/ , again, no difference.

    - temperatures are fine, around 70-80 Celsius



    really don't know what to do or try, Asus support told that they can't do anything, and I can send the card to them, but I must to use this card for my working OSX machine, so I want to try to point on the problem.



    I want to try to replace the thermal pad and change the thermal paste to try again and check if there are any temp issues, like in this post https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comment...dous_vrm_heat/



    please help!

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