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Need help with crashing //UPDATED WITH DMP FILES

First off Specs
5600X / NH-D15

Asus Tuf 570 Pro (Wifi)
2x 2x16Gb GSkill F4-3600C18-166GVK (18-22-22-22-42 1.35v) (2 are Hynix 2 are Samsung)

XFX 6700XT QICK 319
980 Pro (1Tb)
Crucial P2 (1Tb)

Crucial MX100 (256Gb)
Corsair AX860i (2016) + 5 spinning rust of various sizes

So I have this very weird situation.  When I load up certain games on my 980 Pro (Halo Infinite, No Mans Sky) they boot up and can sometimes play them then I get a hard lock (Whea Error) and get lots of graphical errors on screen.  I found out how to reproduce the error using benchmarks/stress tests.
Overall my 980 pro behaves normally, can run Crystal Disk Mark on it and not have problems, downloading games can do at 1.5Gbps, transfer files all with no issues.


From the vid you can see the computer only crashes under this very specific circumstance as all components need to be used at once.
This happens regardless if im over/under-clocking or have everything stock.  Changing to PCI-e Gen 3 doesn't help
My Crucial P2 did recently start crashing while gaming (as that is where I put games that crashed on 980 pro) and disappeared from BIOS, now is working fine and no crashing on the MX100.


I'm thinking something is wrong with the CPU at this point.  Also I used to get these numbers in MaxxMem²

Read 48-50,000 MBytes/s

Write 28-30,000 MBytes/s

Copy 50-54,000 MBytes/s
Now its

Read 35-40,000 MBytes/s

Write 26-28,000 MBytes/s

Copy 48-50,000 MBytes/s

crashing started around the same time the numbers dropped, also the firestrike CPU test used to get around 75-7800, now i cant even make it reach 8000

I've tried every BIOS version that works with the 5600x, same thing happens
Also have done checks on both nvme drives (short, short+namespace, extended, extended+namespace passed each time, smart values all show normal

TTestMem5 using Extreme1@anta777.cfg works fine
Kombustor -no crashing using both GPU/CPU stress testing (at the same time) GPU can pull 240w and CPU 140w (380w combined)
The only way to crash my computer is to stress everything at once (CPU,GPU, MEM, Gen4 SSD)

I can run 3 of any benchmark and it not crash, as soon and #4 starts 5 secs after it crashes hard and will do a memory dump


I don't have any extra hardware to test with.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.






Scandisk 980 Pro.png

980 Pro Benchmark 64x4.png


Minidump.zip Minidump2.zip

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