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Random buzzing sound, black screen, and CPU debug light on

Hello, I am having this problem where my pc is randomly having weird buzzing sound when im wearing my headphones. Also, my pc is randomly having black screen and whenever the black screen will occur, the screen will freeze first then it produces a weird buzzing sound then the black screen will appear. Whenever the black screen occurs, my monitor shows no signal display. The lights of my keyboard and mouse also shuts off when this happened but the lights and fans of my pc is still on. Lastly, everytime this problem occured the EZ Debug light of the CPU in my mobo is turning on. So I guess the CPU may be the culprit but I would like to know if someone is also experiencing this and if there are possible solution for this problem.

Specs:

Ryzen 5 2600

MSI B450 Mortar Max

Gigabyte Rx570

Kingston Fury 2x8 16gb 3200mhz

be quiet! Straight Power 10 500w gold

2pcs m.2 ssd (WD Black and Kingston NV1)

Fixes that I've tried:

- Changed the motherboard

- Changed the rams

- Changed the GPU to a same model but different brand

- Disabled the global c state in the bios since I've read a post where we have similar issues and it is said that it fixed their pc by doing that.

- Changed my power plan to Ultimate Performance

- Reseated parts of the PC (CPU, RAM, cmos batt)

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Latest bios? Latest chipset driver?

 

Temperatures under load?

 

Do you use XMP? A 2600 on a B450 board probably can't do 3200 stable.

I am not allowed to have my PC specs in my signature.

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19 hours ago, 191x7 said:

Latest bios? Latest chipset driver?

 

Temperatures under load?

 

Do you use XMP? A 2600 on a B450 board probably can't do 3200 stable.

I checked the latest bios and it is 2.D0 and the chipset driver is AMD CHIPSET SOFTWARE 3.10.22.706. The temps underload is just in 40c plus I just repaste it and the issue is still occuring. I am using xmp but I tried setting it to its default 2666mhz but the problem is still there so I dont think enabling xmp is the problem

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