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PC Randomly Reboots into "Reboot and Select proper Boot device"

My PC randomly restarts and somtimes goes into the "Reboot and Select proper Boot device" screen.

 

The first time this happened I was playing a game and my PC just turned off, after turning off I tried to turn it on, then it boot cycled and eventualy turned on. Now when this happens the PC just restarts and SOMETIMES enters into the above mentioned screen. This issue is very annoying and very random and I can't seem to find any problems searching online that are like mine. I have tried cleaning the PC, I have tried reseating my M.2 SSD and even putting it into a different slot, I have tried stress testing my PC and looking at it's temps. I have tried reseating the RAM, I have tried resetting BIOS settings, I have tried stress testing the PC so I could try to find a pattern when my PC reboots, but it seems to reboot randomly.

On my B450-f gaming motherboard from ASUS I have spotted that after reboot the Red (CPU) and the Orange (DRAM) lights are switching between themselves.

 

I am kind of at a loss and need your help.

 

My PC's specs:

 

Ryzen 5 3600x CPU

G.SKILL TridentZ RGB RAM 3600mhz RAM

Gigabyte Windforce Gaming OC RX 5700 XT GPU

ROG Strix b450-f Gaming MoBo

700W 80+ Cooler Master PSU

ADATA SX6000 SSD

Windows 10 Pro OS

Cooler Master 240 Watercooler

NZXT H500 case

 

Edit**

I've noticed that the PC reboots about an 1h10min into the PC's uptime.

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Bad BOBO? maybe? If it still has a warranty contact ASUS and see if they can help you. Other than that it could be anything...

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32 minutes ago, SignatureSigner said:

Bad BOBO? maybe? If it still has a warranty contact ASUS and see if they can help you. Other than that it could be anything...

Could you elaborate?

 

I don't understand why or how the MoBo has anything to do with this issue.

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3 hours ago, JurKo said:

Could you elaborate?

 

I don't understand why or how the MoBo has anything to do with this issue.

Motherboard sry, If you have a faulty motherboard it would have an issue where it crashes when it rereads the boot device or somthing. Is the error screen in windows? or is it a bios error.

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