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Ryzen 5 3600 Fails to fully boot into windows with WHEA errors already RMA'd and replaced ALL parts

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So I'm convinced the 3600 is just a bad CPU?

I've replaced all parts of the computer, tried multiple motherboard bios versions (MSI b450 -> Asus prime B550) Two PSUs (One bronze certified, one gold certified) from EVGA/Corsair.

 

I've read all over the internet around 2020-2021 that people have been having tons of issues with the 5 series chips (Class action inbound?).

The PC is not special and just has a 5500 XT GPU, 16gb of memory. All initial tests have been on stock bios settings.

I've heard of people having runtime crashes but the PC passes all benchmarks & everything once it fully boots into windows, it's almost like the CPU is warming up??

- Tried changing FCLK & Disabling C-States.

Looking for any & all assistance to make this machine work.

It Only happens when we fully shutdown the machine, then wait a bit, and it will boot loop until eventually booting and working fine.

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Whea Uncorrectable is usually from a bad overclock on either the CPU or Memory. Are you running with XMP/DOCP enabled? What happens if you disable?

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5 minutes ago, Skiiwee29 said:

Whea Uncorrectable is usually from a bad overclock on either the CPU or Memory. Are you running with XMP/DOCP enabled? What happens if you disable?

No XMP/DOCP. I did enable it at one point to test if it made a difference, but nothing seems to fix it.

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