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PC boots into bios but restarts if i do anything else

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after replacing RAM and GPU in another system the issue still persisted  After the CPU was replaced the issue disappeared, the system booted right away.

So I resently built a system 3600, gtx 1660, corsair cv650, asus croshair vi hero, corsair vengeance lpx.

The system was working fine up until a few days ago where it suddenly rebooted after me getting off COD warfare and then browsing youtube for a bit. Afterward the restarts got more and more frequent to the point now where I cant get past bios. I have done bios flashbacks and attempted to reinstall windows where almost as soon as the windows to select language apreas it reboots.

 

I have replaced the motherboard and the hdd, I have also tryed a power supply of which I had replaced a week prior to all this, it still restarted all the same.

 

Please post any ideas.

Could this be related to the cpu.

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I got into contact with a buddy who is going to let me test ram and gpu oh his system. I won't be able to test cpu as I dont have another amd processor that's compatible.

I have never run into a problem like this.

 

Please post further ideas and suggestions.

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26 minutes ago, Tr1ggerfish1 said:

I got into contact with a buddy who is going to let me test ram and gpu oh his system. I won't be able to test cpu as I dont have another amd processor that's compatible.

I have never run into a problem like this.

 

Please post further ideas and suggestions.

 

If you can sit in BIOS, check the temperature for the CPU.

If you are seeing 75*C+ even just sitting in BIOS, something is up with your cooling.

 

What other PSU did you try with?

Do you remember the make and model?

 

Testing the RAM and GPU in another system would be a good starting point, too.

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Temps look fine the ambient temp is quite high but it only gets to arround 50c and that drops a bit as I sit in bios. I know the 3600 line is a bit of a hot chip as well.

I cant rember the exact model of the other psu but it was 600watt

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after replacing RAM and GPU in another system the issue still persisted  After the CPU was replaced the issue disappeared, the system booted right away.

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