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Hi guys/girls, 

My pc has been crashing randomly during games, at first i thought i was my GPU but after replacing that today i come to the concussion it must be my CPU as i have also replaced my MOB, RAM, PSU and M.2 ssd.

I have also reinstalled windows and still no fix. 

 

Anyone else this problem ?? 

Solution ?

 

PC Specs 

MOB : Aus ROG Strix B450-F gamining ATX  

CPU : Ryzen 2700x 

GPU : palit 1080 Ti 

RAM : DDR4 CL15 3000MHz 

PSU : 750 watt Gold Plus 

SSD : Samsung 970 Evo 1TB 

CPU cooler : Cooler Master 240 AIO 

 

Thanks advance 

Alex 

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8 minutes ago, vibe2134 said:

DDR4 CL15 3000MHz

If you are running your rams close to those speeds, that would be borderline limit where Zen is able to hit. I would start by setting ram speed to something like 2600mhz in bios.

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51 minutes ago, vibe2134 said:

RAM : DDR4 CL15 3000MHz

Make and model? And in case of Corsair the version number as listed next to the voltage at the label on the sticks.

 

Motherboard BIOS is up to date to the latest version?

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1 hour ago, --SID-- said:

Make and model? And in case of Corsair the version number as listed next to the voltage at the label on the sticks.

 

Motherboard BIOS is up to date to the latest version?

Crucial Ballistix RGB BL2K8G30C15U4BL 3000 MHz, DDR4, DRAM, Desktop Gaming Memory Kit, 16GB (8GB x2), CL15, Black    is the make and model 

Motherboard is only new so I'm not sure if bios is up to date but i also don't know how to check 

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1 hour ago, Levent said:

If you are running your rams close to those speeds, that would be borderline limit where Zen is able to hit. I would start by setting ram speed to something like 2600mhz in bios.

it's running at 2666 MHz

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