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I need help whit WHEA-Logger id 18

KevinBogard
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Hello everyone, the thing is like this, a few days ago my PC restarted out of nowhere, no matter what I did on the PC (games, browser, etc.) it still restarted, everything freezes and restarts, the question is I have already done performance tests taking the CPU and GPU to the maximum for a couple of hours and nothing happens (everything always monitored in HWMonitor), the temperatures are stable, they do not exceed 55-60 ° C and also makes a A couple of days the PC was thoroughly maintained, everything is clean and with new thermal paste, when it restarts I go to the event viewer and I always get 3 errors called WHEA-Logger id 18 that you see in the image, now I do not know what that error means, it tells me that it is an uncorrectable hardware error but as I said all the components were stress tested taking them to the maximum and still it does not restart and nothing happens but when I am calm on the PC it reboots
I suspect it is the power supply but I want to know if you have any ideas.

 

Components:
AMD Ryzen 1400

Motherboard Aorus B450 pro wifi
16GB ram XPG
GTX 1050ti GPU
Corsair CX 450M
2 1TB hard drives
2 SSD 120 GB and another 128GB
Windows 10 64bits

 

I hope you can help me because before changing or buying something I need to know exactly what happens or which component is the one that fails.

 

I apologize for the English, I am using a translator.

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Turn off "Low current idle" in BIOS. SShould be set to "Typical current idle" for Summit Ridge.

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It's probably an error in the infinity fabric when the cores are trying to communicate with cache. If you have XMP enabled I would try turning it off.

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1 hour ago, Rajeh said:

It's probably an error in the infinity fabric when the cores are trying to communicate with cache. If you have XMP enabled I would try turning it off.

then is it possible that the ram memories are damaged?
and I'm going to do that to see what happens

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