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About Ritabrnc

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  1. Thank you so much! maybe i should add that my rams are overclocked. mobo only reads 2133mhz. Also, i did the windows memory test, nothing showed up... will try the Memtest tho
  2. ok nvm. checked mobo and it doesn't appear g skill 2800mhz. means it doesnt support it? does that cause the kernel power error and the shut down?
  3. hi. getting desperate here, pls help me... I bought a new Ryzen 7 2700x , MSI B450M Pro-Vhd Max and 2x8 ddr4 ripjaw rams. All that was left from my previous build was my GTX 1060 6gb. Also, changed my power supply with one i had in my parents computer from a corsair CS450 (may be a CX nnot sure...) to a corsair CX600m. Inicially i was using a CM Hyper 212x cooler, but i was getting some temps a bit off (40-50c in idle). so after figuring that out i started the use the cooler wraith prims that comes with the ryzen 7. By this time I already reseted my pc so i could check my temps without processes running in the background. After that temps got better (30-45c idle) but now my pc shuts down without a warning. I've tried everything that i could think and research. So let's see, i already: -Changed the cooler and thermal paste -Updated BIOS -Installed AMD chipset driver -Installed all the drivers i could think using MSI support cd that came with the mobo -Installed drivers from device manager -Changed power options -Check to see if the cables were all connected correctly -Check the rams. took them out and plug in again -Chaged some SATA cables to better ones When I see the event viewer log after shuting down i get a bunch of warnings, some errors and i critical - Kernel Power 41. Note that before i reseted my windows this didnt happen. I can show the log if it helps. Please help, i dont knwo what else to do... TL;DR - Pc reboots randomly after changing cpu and mobo, event viewer log shows critical error Kernel Power 41.
  4. Hello! By the tittle you already know what i'm about to ask. My thing is, the 2700X is 190€ and the 3700X is 330€ - more 140€. Is it worth it? I'm updating my build, I have and will have: Nvidia 1060gtx 6gb 16gb ram Micro-atx MSI B450M Pro-VDH Max Corsair 600 (power supply) The cooler will be the cpu one for a while. I'm a 3D modeler, my build is meant to be more of a workstation (priority), but I play a lot too. Now, is the Ryzen 7 3700x much better than the 2700x that is worth 140€ more? If you need more info to decide let me know. Also, thanks in advance for the help :D