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Jake Likes Tech

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  • CPU
    R9 3900X
  • Motherboard
    ROG Strix X570-E Gaming
  • RAM
    32GB (8x4) DDR4 Trident Z RGB Neo
  • GPU
    ROG Strix Geforce RTX 2070 Overclocked
  • Case
    NZXT H700i White
  • Storage
    Seagate Iron Wolf 8TB, WD Black 1TB 7200 RPM, Samsung 860 Evo Sata, Sabrent Rocket 500Gb
  • PSU
    EVGA 750W G2
  • Display(s)
    MSI Optix MAG27C, Dell SE2717HR
  • Cooling
    NZXT Kraken X62, NZXT AER RGB Fans
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70 Mk.2 SE, Tesoro Gram SE Spectrum (From LMG)
  • Mouse
    Corsair Dark Core RGB SE
  • Sound
    Corsair Virtuoso White, Soundblaster Kratos S5
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. I did not update windows, and I haven't updated drivers in a while. I decided to try to update gpu drivers since not long before it was crashing, I noticed the gpu was pegged. This will be the first time I am going to be installing something not in windows per say. Hopefully it resolves the issue. I also did a restore point that was a week ago, so it should have been resolved anyway.
  2. I was playing gta when everything just crashed. I kept restarting and it kept crashing until it wouldn't boot at all. It eventually came up to the trouble shooting and it just was not working. I couldn't get it into safe mode, I couldn't get it to even reset the pc or anything. My only options are using a usb to reinstall and shut down the pc. I would like to know if this is a wide spread issue and if there are any tips on how to fix it.
  3. Weird satelite that in the description claims to run the data signal over the power outlet to other devices. I know it's fake and think people should be aware of it. https://www.amazon.com/TP-Link-AV600-Powerline-Ethernet-Adapter/dp/B00AWRUICG
  4. try to make it 1.4 and see if it crashes Oh also, if it's in game mode, turn that off. Ryzen master Game mode is bad.
  5. @TofuHarotothe voltage "Peak" was set to like 1.46, that's still lowering it, I mean yea he can set max to 1.36 i guess, but i'm not telling him to up the voltage
  6. Ok, so the max core voltage I'm seeing is like 1.36 which is perfectly fine, that being said I would still lower that voltage down to 1.4 to give some head room for those cores but also to make sure that it wouldn't just kill itself if it ever went over 1.4
  7. @Robin1465I would use Prime95 for like 5 mins take screenshots while running then you can stop it.
  8. Best thing to do is not plug it [Hard drive] in anymore and go to some data recovery facility if you want the data off it. If it's like pretty important data, that's just the safest route since ya never know.
  9. Yes, this was a few years ago for me but I have seen some more people with this issue recently that peaked my interest in the topic again. I had decided after a while to get a new mobo and CPU, I kept all my peripherals. I decided to test the new CPU in the old mobo, still had issues, tested new mobo on old CPU, it didn't happen. Of course new mobo and cpu together worked fine. After that motherboard I have not gone back to MSI, but that's not necessarily because of this issue, just liked the other options. Also, the issue was not it disconnecting just one device it was all the devices plugged
  10. @Robin1465Can you show me what the clock speeds and temperature are at idle? It should show you in task manager. Also, could you run a stress test and tell me the temperatures and clock speeds then. Oh and I'm looking at that voltage, Ryzen master does that dumb thing with the "Peak volatage" so here it shows a max of 1.2... but idk if it will stay that way under load which is what you really want to see what peak voltage is at. So when you are running a stress test, take a picture of the voltage.
  11. So I have seen a few people with MSI motherboards as well as myself who have had USB devices plugged into said MSI Motherboards randomly shut off. It is not a power delivery issue because that has been ruled out by maxing maximum drawing power of the ports. Please answer this poll.
  12. Well as you said it was an MSI mobo, I'm pretty sure that if you have some sort of receipt even email or maybe even an image with date and product shown, you can receive an RMA through MSI. Also, I find it kind of weird because the mobo this happened to me on was the only MSI mobo I have owned, and it is the only mobo it has happened to me on. Oh and the $20 shipping cost is sadly just a part of it, but I mean it's a lot better to have a working mobo instead of a dead one over $20, you probably have at lease a few months to a few years on that warranty if you need time to rack up a few bucks.
  13. yea, I don't normally like to run a cpu over 1.35 to 1.4 since that just degrades the cpu. I would try and lower that voltage. But first what are temps and clock speed.
  14. Did this start randomly or when you got it?
  15. Wait so there may actually be a 3090 skew?