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Giga Bus Driver

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  1. Recently rebuilt my PC with a new ryzen 3600 and a new case. I'm currently having this issue that I have not had before. When I power up my PC, everything turns on, i can tell by RGB, but my fans won't spin even though its RGB is on (Corsair LL120) and my motherboard shows an orange light. My GPU fan is spinning at 100% during this orange light and so are my two Corsair LL120 fans that are powered by my Corsair H100i AIO. My PC won't boot while showing this orange led on my motherboard and with my GPU fans at 100%, i've left it like this for 30 minutes wanting to see if anything changes and nothing did. I did manage to get my PC to boot when i flipped my PSU on off switch to off and back to on. If I do that during this orange light motherboard not booting problem, my PC boots fine and works normally for hours on end, while gaming and stress testing. I'm just stumped because this didn't happen before and my pc does work fine and boots fine if i flick the power switch on my PSU off and on again. I've updated to latest chipset on AMD's website, I've disabled fast boot, I've updated to latest bios on my motherboard. Please help.
  2. Thanks. Actually it started blue screening randomly now. I blue screened twice before windows sign in before i could sign in. Ill take it apart and rebuild it.
  3. Update, So at stock 2400mhz settings, I still blue screened before getting into a game of Apex Legends. Blue screened at main screen
  4. The thing is, I have been using the same ram and same xmp profile for few months before this started happening. I've also swapped out the ram to a different set and lowered the ram to 3000mhz instead of 3200mhz. I'll still try and let you know
  5. Its the asus rog strix x470-f motherboard. I updated chipset and bios december last year before changing my cpu to ryzen 3600 and have been using it same until this issue started happening. I updated bios and chipset after this issue started trying to fix this bsod issue. All bios and chipset was downloaded from asus strix support website
  6. Also if it helps narrow down what could be the problem. I ran both Cinebench R20 and Heaven Benchmark and I could run both perfectly fine. I ran Cinebench 3 times and highest CPU temp was 67C. Highest GPU temp during Heaven Benchmark (ultra preset) at 1440p was 63C. Mobo highest temp was 46C according to CPUID.
  7. Using XMP/DOCP profile on my asus rog motherboard. Its at 3200mhz and 1.35v. I have also lowered the speed to 3000mhz and tightened the timing to 15-17-17. It is still at 1.35v
  8. I've swapped out the ram for an old 3200mhz ram kit i had from before. It seemed like this fixed the issue as I felt like my games was freezing less and hadn't crashed in few hours but I just crashed again. So it doesn't seem to be my ram that is causing me to blue screen.
  9. EVGA G3 750W. Purchased around 8-9 months ago
  10. Have tried both. Not helping. Is it possibly a memory issue?
  11. Hello, the stop/error code is always different each time but I have taken photos of few, some error codes i've gotten are: "REGISTRY_DRIVER_EXCEPTION", "SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION", "CRITICAL_PROCESS_DIED" and some others which I just didn't bother taking photos of as I blue screened every time I tried playing these games. As for any changes, nothing changed to my components. There could've been a windows update but not sure. I did update to latest nvidia drivers to try fix this problem during the week though.
  12. Recently, this past week, I have been blue screening when trying to play relatively demanding games. I have been playing League of Legends and CSGO fine, but other games such as Tekken 7, Apex Legends, Monster Hunter World and others have caused my PC to blue screen. This has only started happening recently, as I have been playing all these games fine for couple hundred hours. My specs are Ryzen 3600, paired with 2x 8GB G-Skill RAM at XMP 3200Mhz profile, ASUS ROG RTX 2070 Super. My games are all on different SSD, some games are on my Samsung 970 EVO m.2 SSD while others are on my Crucial P1 m.2 SSD. I have gone for 4 days without blue screening, with just browsing the internet and playing CSGO and League of Legends, but as soon as I play other games, Tekken 7. Apex Legends, Monster Hunter World, my PC blue screens with different stop codes every time. I have been checking temp while playing Apex right before crashing and all my temps were fine: 45C Max CPU, 63C Max GPU, 44C Max RAM, 45C Max Samsung 970, 60C Max Crucial P1. I have latest windows update and latest Nvidia drivers. This literally started only happening a week ago and I don't know what the cause is. I don't have any other parts to try replace every component one by one to figure out if any of my parts are faulty. Please help.
  13. Sorry, there were no error codes shown on the blue screen. And nothing starting with 0x
  14. If someone could help me fix this issue I am having and tell me what and why its causing this blue screen would be great help! Recently, I have been getting blue screen and the error message that pops up is "Your PC has run into a problem and needs to restart". The stop code I receive is different but generally its "SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION" or "UNEXPECTED_STORE_EXCEPTIONS". I suspect that a particular steam game is causing my blue screens, Tekken 7. However, it only started doing this after the latest patch and has never happened in the 470 hours I have played it before. I suspect Tekken 7 is the culprit for my PC blue screening because it only crashes whenever I'm playing Tekken 7. I have not played Tekken 7 for 3 days and during that 3 days my PC has never blue screened and worked fine. Today, within the 30 minutes I have played Tekken I blue screened. I have checked that my windows update is up to date, and my GPU drivers are the latest drivers released by Nvidia for my 2070 Super. Is there any fix to this problem other than not playing Tekken 7? (Which I will avoid in the meantime, but this shouldn't be a permanent solution).
  15. I have checked. I am using a ryzen 3700x at stock settings with an aio cooler. Max temp recorded at idle is 50C but it hovers around 28C to 50C at idle. Also as I have changed nothing but the problem suddenly happening doesn't seem to be with overheating issue.
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