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This is a repost because the last one didn’t help.
I have the following components in a pre built pc that I got a really good deal on pre covid and ever since I’ve gotten it I have had problems with crashes mainly only with Cold War. The crashes are less frequent but definitely still there and I’m getting very sick of it so I think it’s time to upgrade and completely get rid of this problem (unless I don’t need to) I was thinking of going 3080 what other components would I need to upgrade I have the following.

 

16Gb ram

 

AMD Ryzen 7 2700X Eight-core Processor

3.70 ghz

 

Nividia GeForce rtx 2060

 

Motherboard 

Gigabyte technology co., Ltd.

B450M DS3H WIFI-CF

x.x

 

1tb Hd

500g ssd

 

do I need to upgrade my components to stop the crashing or am I simply doing something wrong (I’m quite new to pc) if more information is needed please let me know.

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There is zero reason why the parts chosen would lead to a BSOD. Maybe a hardware configuration problem, but in order to figure this out we will need log files and more information for your specific BSOD error code. Chances are you have a bad driver, which is somewhat common depending on what peripherals you have installed. 

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The performance of your components has nothing to do with BSOD. Look up the program BlueScreenView and post your dump files here. There are endless reasons why this could be happening. Corrupt system files, bad drivers, defectives components, etc. We can't just guess what the problem is.

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1 hour ago, Nathanpete said:

There is zero reason why the parts chosen would lead to a BSOD. Maybe a hardware configuration problem, but in order to figure this out we will need log files and more information for your specific BSOD error code. Chances are you have a bad driver, which is somewhat common depending on what peripherals you have installed. 

This is what I keep getting running a scan and repair hasn’t helped

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1 hour ago, BigDamn said:

The performance of your components has nothing to do with BSOD. Look up the program BlueScreenView and post your dump files here. There are endless reasons why this could be happening. Corrupt system files, bad drivers, defectives components, etc. We can't just guess what the problem is.

Okay so I downloaded windbg preview because apparently that’s how I get the dump file for blue screen view but I have absolutely no clue what to do

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Especially with prebuilds I like to format the drive and get a fresh install of windows and drivers. Reinstalling Windows is never a bad idea. Make sure to backup your data!

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2 hours ago, Subcouba said:

Okay so I downloaded windbg preview because apparently that’s how I get the dump file for blue screen view but I have absolutely no clue what to do

That shouldn't be necessary. This is what you're looking for.

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MSI GTX 1080 8gb | SoundBlaster ZXR | Corsair HX850

Samsung 960 256gb | Samsung 860 1gb | Samsung 850 500gb

HGST 4tb, HGST 2tb | Seagate 2tb | Seagate 2tb

Custom CPU/GPU water loop

 

PC #2

Ryzen 7 1700@3.8ghz (All core) | Aorus AX370 Gaming K5 | Vengeance LED 3200mhz 2x8gb

Sapphire R9 290x 4gb | Asus Xonar DS | Corsair RM650

Samsung 850 128gb | Intel 240gb | Seagate 2tb

Corsair H80iGT AIO

 

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3 hours ago, BigDamn said:

That shouldn't be necessary. This is what you're looking for.

That’s the exact same thing I downloaded listen man I have no clue how to use any of this stuff so getting it seems pointless 

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3 hours ago, BigDamn said:

That shouldn't be necessary. This is what you're looking for.

Do I need to wait for another crash?

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46 minutes ago, Subcouba said:

That’s the exact same thing I downloaded listen man I have no clue how to use any of this stuff so getting it seems pointless 

It is extremely easy to use. I can assure you it is less pointless than letting us sit here and guess what your issue may be.

41 minutes ago, Subcouba said:

Do I need to wait for another crash?

Possibly. The next time you get a BSOD let it sit until it finishes dumping all logs and such. Rebooting prior to that finishing wont give us a log to read.

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PC #1

Ryzen 7 3700x@4.4ghz (All core) | MSI X470 Gaming Pro Carbon | Crucial Ballistix 2x16gb (OC 3600mhz)

MSI GTX 1080 8gb | SoundBlaster ZXR | Corsair HX850

Samsung 960 256gb | Samsung 860 1gb | Samsung 850 500gb

HGST 4tb, HGST 2tb | Seagate 2tb | Seagate 2tb

Custom CPU/GPU water loop

 

PC #2

Ryzen 7 1700@3.8ghz (All core) | Aorus AX370 Gaming K5 | Vengeance LED 3200mhz 2x8gb

Sapphire R9 290x 4gb | Asus Xonar DS | Corsair RM650

Samsung 850 128gb | Intel 240gb | Seagate 2tb

Corsair H80iGT AIO

 

Laptop

Core i7 6700HQ | Samsung 2400mhz 2x8gb DDR4

GTX 1060M 3gb | FiiO E10k DAC

Samsung 950 256gb | Sandisk Ultra 2tb SSD

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3 hours ago, BigDamn said:

It is extremely easy to use. I can assure you it is less pointless than letting us sit here and guess what your issue may be.

Possibly. The next time you get a BSOD let it sit until it finishes dumping all logs and such. Rebooting prior to that finishing wont give us a log to read.

Okay so I did it and it did happen to crash not long after so now there is a crash that popped up sorry about the confusion on my end lol now what?

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13 hours ago, BigDamn said:

It is extremely easy to use. I can assure you it is less pointless than letting us sit here and guess what your issue may be.

Possibly. The next time you get a BSOD let it sit until it finishes dumping all logs and such. Rebooting prior to that finishing wont give us a log to read.

I believe this is what you need I’m not sure if there is supposed to be blank spaces hopefully there is

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13 hours ago, BigDamn said:

It is extremely easy to use. I can assure you it is less pointless than letting us sit here and guess what your issue may be.

Possibly. The next time you get a BSOD let it sit until it finishes dumping all logs and such. Rebooting prior to that finishing wont give us a log to read.

Here’s another one that just happened this morning not sure if it’s one of those situations were every crash may have a different cause or what but here it is anyway

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Have you disabled your pagefile by chance? If not, do you have your XMP profile enabled?

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Ryzen 7 3700x@4.4ghz (All core) | MSI X470 Gaming Pro Carbon | Crucial Ballistix 2x16gb (OC 3600mhz)

MSI GTX 1080 8gb | SoundBlaster ZXR | Corsair HX850

Samsung 960 256gb | Samsung 860 1gb | Samsung 850 500gb

HGST 4tb, HGST 2tb | Seagate 2tb | Seagate 2tb

Custom CPU/GPU water loop

 

PC #2

Ryzen 7 1700@3.8ghz (All core) | Aorus AX370 Gaming K5 | Vengeance LED 3200mhz 2x8gb

Sapphire R9 290x 4gb | Asus Xonar DS | Corsair RM650

Samsung 850 128gb | Intel 240gb | Seagate 2tb

Corsair H80iGT AIO

 

Laptop

Core i7 6700HQ | Samsung 2400mhz 2x8gb DDR4

GTX 1060M 3gb | FiiO E10k DAC

Samsung 950 256gb | Sandisk Ultra 2tb SSD

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2 hours ago, BigDamn said:

Have you disabled your pagefile by chance? If not, do you have your XMP profile enabled?

I have no idea how to check

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On 5/6/2021 at 10:07 AM, BigDamn said:

Have you disabled your pagefile by chance? If not, do you have your XMP profile enabled?

The xmp profile is enabled idk bow to check page file 

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22 hours ago, Subcouba said:

The xmp profile is enabled idk bow to check page file 

Disable the XMP profile and see if that helps. Don't worry about the pagefile, if you're unsure how to check then it's highly unlikely it's been removed.

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Ryzen 7 3700x@4.4ghz (All core) | MSI X470 Gaming Pro Carbon | Crucial Ballistix 2x16gb (OC 3600mhz)

MSI GTX 1080 8gb | SoundBlaster ZXR | Corsair HX850

Samsung 960 256gb | Samsung 860 1gb | Samsung 850 500gb

HGST 4tb, HGST 2tb | Seagate 2tb | Seagate 2tb

Custom CPU/GPU water loop

 

PC #2

Ryzen 7 1700@3.8ghz (All core) | Aorus AX370 Gaming K5 | Vengeance LED 3200mhz 2x8gb

Sapphire R9 290x 4gb | Asus Xonar DS | Corsair RM650

Samsung 850 128gb | Intel 240gb | Seagate 2tb

Corsair H80iGT AIO

 

Laptop

Core i7 6700HQ | Samsung 2400mhz 2x8gb DDR4

GTX 1060M 3gb | FiiO E10k DAC

Samsung 950 256gb | Sandisk Ultra 2tb SSD

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On 5/8/2021 at 8:30 PM, BigDamn said:

Disable the XMP profile and see if that helps. Don't worry about the pagefile, if you're unsure how to check then it's highly unlikely it's been removed.

Still get bsod on games that are not demanding at all even with xmp disabled also disabling xmp made Cold War run wayyy worse and still have the same issue 

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1 hour ago, Subcouba said:

Still get bsod on games that are not demanding at all even with xmp disabled also disabling xmp made Cold War run wayyy worse and still have the same issue 

I would suggest reinstalling Windows from scratch to rule out anything on the software side. I have a hunch it may be GPU related but it's difficult to tell. A clean install + latest drivers from Nvidia may clear this up.

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PC #1

Ryzen 7 3700x@4.4ghz (All core) | MSI X470 Gaming Pro Carbon | Crucial Ballistix 2x16gb (OC 3600mhz)

MSI GTX 1080 8gb | SoundBlaster ZXR | Corsair HX850

Samsung 960 256gb | Samsung 860 1gb | Samsung 850 500gb

HGST 4tb, HGST 2tb | Seagate 2tb | Seagate 2tb

Custom CPU/GPU water loop

 

PC #2

Ryzen 7 1700@3.8ghz (All core) | Aorus AX370 Gaming K5 | Vengeance LED 3200mhz 2x8gb

Sapphire R9 290x 4gb | Asus Xonar DS | Corsair RM650

Samsung 850 128gb | Intel 240gb | Seagate 2tb

Corsair H80iGT AIO

 

Laptop

Core i7 6700HQ | Samsung 2400mhz 2x8gb DDR4

GTX 1060M 3gb | FiiO E10k DAC

Samsung 950 256gb | Sandisk Ultra 2tb SSD

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2 hours ago, BigDamn said:

I would suggest reinstalling Windows from scratch to rule out anything on the software side. I have a hunch it may be GPU related but it's difficult to tell. A clean install + latest drivers from Nvidia may clear this up.

How do I clean  reinstall windows

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