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PabloSL

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About PabloSL

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    Member

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  • Location
    Spain
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    PC Hardware, Board games, Ancient History, Telecoms
  • Occupation
    Network Engineer

System

  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 7 2700X
  • Motherboard
    MSI B450m Mortar Titanium
  • RAM
    2x 16gb Corsair Vengeance RGB 3000Mhz
  • GPU
    PNY RTX 2080 XLR8
  • Case
    NZXT H400
  • Storage
    2xCrucial MX500 500gb
  • PSU
    EVGA B3 850W
  • Cooling
    Corsair H100i RGB
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. Is it? I've seen some people running a 2700X o MSI B550 mobos, so whats the deal here? are they not compatible after all?
  2. Hello again, so I've tried with a different PSU (a very good one btw) and I'm still getting the same issue, however there is something that's bugging me even more now, in order to trigger this failure I was always doing the same thing, going up to a monk in the city where after 1 or 2 minutes of coversation the PC would reboot... but I just tried getting into a fight with the cops, it was a 20 minutes gunfight with lots of them, even managed to get away and my PC never crashed. This is crazy, the only way for me to replicated this error is for me to go to a particular area/scene within the gam
  3. Sudden power-cycle, yes I'm convinced there's a hardware issue, yet I can't replicate it outside of RDR2, I've tried all the test I've mentioned, mankind divided, big Bannerlord battles yet nothing power-cycles my system, only 5 mins of RDR2 lol. All I want to do is find out what piece of hardware is failing and RMA it (most if not all is still under warranty)
  4. so this one I've on the epic store, still they also have a verification tool, which I ran, didn't fix, I'll try it again
  5. According to the tool there are no integrity violations
  6. I even tried moving the game to my other SSD to discard any drive issues or the game's files, same thing happened, I'll try that integrity check tool
  7. Hello everyone, so a few days ago I had a power outage at home and after power was restored I started playing Red dead redemption 2 (I've been playing it for a while by now). After 5 minutes playing my PC rebooted, the kind of reboot you get due to CPU temperature, then I started testing my system for errors, I've ran Prime 95 blend test for 8 hours straights, no errors, the full memtest86(about 6 hours), no errors found, then ran superposition and heaven (unigine) for about 4-5 hours and still nothing. GPU never got over 77Cº and CPU never got over 85Cº, I even tried running furmark for a
  8. Turns out you were right, it was not hardware, it was software, BIOS to be precise. After flashing the BIOS it withstood an hour of prime95 without going over 85C° at 4350Mhz
  9. Tried with both the H100i and the stock cooler several times, using Arctic MX-4, nothing changed
  10. Power cuts are gone, that's not an issue anymore, you're right about data, but will something like that cause my CPU to go 95+C° with a solid cooling solution like mine? I tried it again and CPU reached 92C° before I stopped the test
  11. Hi guys, First this are my specs: -Ryzen 7 2700X (using auto boost, didn't bother manually OCing) -MSI B450M Mortar Titanium - Corsair H100i for cooling -RTX 2080 -2x16gb Corsair vengeance rgb 3000mhz -Corsair TX650m PSU So lately my PC started having a strange behaviour(after some house power cuts), sudden shutdowns when under load (typical for CPU overheating) and sudden freezes (permanent ones not intermitent, a reboot was required). I started stressing the CPU and watching temps, but I couldn't see any particularly high spikes, y
  12. He's got 16 gigs of ram actually, yes I know I use 2 500gb SSDs in my rig, its a night and day difference from a regular hdd
  13. Yes I agree, however I don't think he'll be swapping mobo, cpu and ram right now, hope the SSD helps
  14. No I haven't, perhaps I should check that, he is currently planning to get a SSD and leave the other drive for storing stuff
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