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Zangoose

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About Zangoose

  • Title
    Newbie

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    United Kingdom

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 7 3700X
  • Motherboard
    MSI B450 TOMOHAWK MAX
  • RAM
    Corsair CMK16GX4M2A2400C14 Vengeance LPX (4x8GB Sticks, Total: 32GB Ram)
  • GPU
    Gigabyte GeForce RTX 2070 Super
  • Case
    Lian Li PC-O11AIR
  • PSU
    Corsair RM650X 650W PSU
  • Cooling
    Be Quiet Dark Rock TF CPU Cooler
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 64bit
  1. Update - As it just happened again moments ago. I grabbed my laptop and was able to remote desktop into the PC. Windows is running still - I did notice that the graphics card was missing from HWMonitor and also task manager. The device manager had ! mark for the device. What was also interesting is that I have the case fans, keyboard connected to iCue (Corsair Software) which then says "No devices connected". This is probably what causes to spin the fans up as nothing is then controlling them? It sounds like a possible problem with the graphics card. Not sure why iCue would also kick off and say no devices connected though?
  2. I'm using the PC at time when it does happen - Keyboard and mouse activity. I'm on the high performance power plan in Windows and the screens are told not to turn off.
  3. It sounds like all of them - It's not the GPU fans on it's own as I put those to max rev and it sounded nothing like it. I think it's a combination of case fans and maybe GPU fan. I've just downloaded and installed the latest GPU drivers last night. So I will be seeing if that solves anything.
  4. Hi all, Wondering if anyone has had any similar experience or could point me in the right direction. Basically all my monitors go off (black, lose signal etc) and the fans inside the case all spin up. From what I can tell, its most fans. The only fan that isn't spinning is the power supply. Windows is still running in the background as I can hear sounds like Spotify or game sounds. I can't seem to get the screens back on, even if unplugging the DisplayPort/HDMI cables in and out of the graphics card. Normally takes a full reboot. Will happen quite regular now and sometimes 2 times in a short period of time. This does normally happen when I'm playing games - Although I did run a GPU stress test and CPU stress tests and wasn't able to re-produce it on my own. The specs of the system are below: Windows 10 (Version 1909) CPU: Ryzen 7 3700X (No overclock, just whatever it comes with out of the box) Motherboard: MSI B450 TOMOHAWK MAX (BIOS Version: 7C02v35 / 3.50) PSU: Corsair RM650x Ram: Corsair CMK16GX4M2A2400C14 Vengeance LPX (4x8GB Sticks, Total: 32GB Ram) GPU: Gigabyte GeForce RTX 2070 Super Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  5. Anyone got any ideas to the above? Just had another "MEMORY_MANAGEMENT" BSOD.
  6. Hi all, I still need your help - The actual issue has changed slightly but my PC still isn't 100%. I can boot the computer without it turning off but I am now getting BSODs. It was mentioned on another forum about making sure you have the drivers from the motherboard website installed and the latest graphics driver - This has been done. I have checked all my hard drives, SSDS for any errors or anything like that and they have come back clean and the SSD is also on the latest firmeware it can have. This morning, I woke up and turned on my PC - No BSOD and booted straight into Windows and thought great. Then I started using the PC, was watching a video on youtube. The firefox browser crashed - Okay it happens. Re-launched it, started watching the video again on youtube. BSOD, something about MEMORY_MANAGEMENT. I have ran 3 memtests since posting this thread and it's not detected any errors. I have also used the Windows Memory Diagnostics Tool and that hasn't detected any problems either. As always I have included the screenshot of the latest BSODs and you can get the dump files via dropbox here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/9w0n7xdozzqor02/New-BSODs.zip?dl=0 This is the info from bluescreenview: http://mattgarner.net/uploads/2016-01-09_11-00-18.png http://mattgarner.net/uploads/2016-01-09_10-59-59.png Your help on this will be very much appreciated.
  7. Haven't had the PC going off so far on first boot but I did just get a BSOD on boot today (didn't yesterday). Anything I can do? I have got the dump file and uploaded to dropbox which can be downloaded from: https://www.dropbox.com/s/6oydr30m5eplvbh/010716-9250-01.zip?dl=0
  8. Hi all, I did a fresh install of Windows 10 and so far I have no problems with booting whatsoever. So it does seem that was the problem rather than any hardware failures. Thanks again for everyone who replied to the thread. If anything else does happen I shall let you know.
  9. Thanks for you reply - I will give a fresh install of Windows a go for sure and then go from there and keep this thread updated on the results. On a side note, can I just thank everyone who has replied to this thread helping with the issue. I've posted this on other areas of the internet and I have to say so far this place has been the most helpful regarding it so thanks again and I will definitely have to stick around.
  10. I can give it a go for sure - Can I just ask where you are getting the indication that it is more caused by software over hardware? Cheers
  11. My friend suggested that during the Christmas break and I did do a memtest and it all came back passing with flying colours. I can give it another a go and see if the results are any different this time.
  12. I don't remember seeing anything about memory on the BSOD messages - I have added the dumps in the first post on dropbox if they are any help to you. I believe I'm on the latest BIOS version for the motherboard which is: F5. There is a beta version of: F6e though? Edit: If you want to see what I could see in bluescreenview then here you go;
  13. Have we got anything similar in hardware? I have tried a different PSU but the problem still occurs. I did run a memtest as well but that didn't come up with any errors for the ram so I'm not sure hmm.
  14. Hi all, I'm wondering if you can help me in getting this slight problem that I have with my Custom Built PC. I recently upgraded the motherboard, CPU and ram (full specs below) and since then when I boot it up for the first time in the day, it will turn it self on and then will shortly turn off before fully loading into the Windows OS. Some times I get a BSOD, others I don't. If I then switch it back on for the 2nd time, it will boot up with no problems. Into Windows and I can then be on that PC all day long, running anything I want with no issue at all. My problem only occurs on the initial boot of the day - It seems to occur after X amount of time of not being turned on. As when I do get into Windows the 2nd time round and turn it off via Windows. Then turn it back on, it will work no problem. PC Specifications: Overclock - No, standard stock speed the CPU came in. BIOS Version - F5 I have uploaded the minidumps and also the performance report that is mentioned in the "BSOD Posting Instructions" and that can be downloaded from here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/pmgbhaz9gzsjtz4/BSOD_Dumps.rar?dl=0 and https://www.dropbox.com/s/gmsukvqr3wenv8x/Report.html?dl=0 Also, yesterday evening when I came home from work I managed to get a video recording of what happens on the first boot. I apologise for the bad lighting and also recording it the "incorrect" way. Hopefully it helps: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZD266jp4Hkk Any help on getting this resolved is very much appreciated!
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