noob95I have tried many combos, different drivers, old ones, and the newest ones. Every fix and possible solution that you can think of. The only solution that I have found is that I installed POP OS and I am running games using proton. But that is not a real solution.
Have you guys tried updating your chipset and processors with graphics drivers from the AMD website. I was having this issue as well but now it's really rare to non-existent. So you guys might want to download drivers from both those categories that I mentioned before and it might help fix your issue.
bojanb88I think they did send a fix just not to their older laptops
AMD acknowledged the issue a long time ago. They even sent a fix that manufacturers just need to integrate into BIOS. ASUS simply doesn't care about customers, we already bought a product so who cares about us.
bojanb88I totally agree with you specially if it is something this major and compromises the stability of the system, and our laptop is only from 2020 so also agree on that it is relatively new still.
You are right. They did send a fix for new laptops and mobos but this is not a 20 year old laptop. Not even 5 year old laptop. People that have products that are not newest will not buy their products next time. I am certainly not going to.