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Ryzen Machine keeps getting BSOD Memory Management, Memtest86 shows no errors

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hi guys!

 

I built a system for a friend a while ago. His laptop got stolen and he wanted a desktop that he also could game on. Because his budget was tight I solt him my old graphics card for almost nothing and stocked the rest of the computer to make an upgrade worth later. Component list:

CPU Ryzen 5 1600X
GPU AMD Radeon HD6950
PSU BeQuiet PurePower 400W
Ram 2x8GB G.Skill Aeris DDR4-3000
SSD Samsung 860 Evo M.2 SSD 500GB
Mainboard

Asus Prime B350m Plus

I don't know if he has set the XMP profile yet because I did not have the time to set the machine up for him. Gonna try that tonight. All the drivers are installed properly what I can tell. Do you guys have any other ideas what could be wrong?

 

Cheers acoustics

 

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look at the manual, see if it says which slots the ram must be installed with a 2 dimm config like yours. 


DISCLAIMER: ANYTHING I SAY COULD BE WRONG. DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH! 

Have a look at my set up your linux gaming pc from start to finish topic if you want to get started with linux :) 

My laptop: MacBook Pro 15" Late 2011 (dGPU disabled): I7 2675QM | HD3000 | 1TB SSD | 16GB RAM | macOS

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Posted · Original PosterOP

@firelighter487: I did install it the right way when I assembled the machine and we still tried every other way since then. I do believe that I know how to built a PC, my own works perfectly. I just never had that error before. (Edited to not sound so defensive, you had a valid point)

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try with one stick at a time then. that will show if one stick is defective. 


DISCLAIMER: ANYTHING I SAY COULD BE WRONG. DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH! 

Have a look at my set up your linux gaming pc from start to finish topic if you want to get started with linux :) 

My laptop: MacBook Pro 15" Late 2011 (dGPU disabled): I7 2675QM | HD3000 | 1TB SSD | 16GB RAM | macOS

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