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Been having issues with gfx and now my pc crashes doin speedtest with onboard NIC?

Today my pc problem just got worse when my asrock LGA1200 mobo for a 10400f started to crash doin speedtest or watching youtube and been thinking for a week with new gpu that its my rtx3060ti but now it seems like a MOBO and yes i did ram check seems to work fine.

 

I was crashing today and thoght it was my ram but the speedtest I did i disabled my NIC and pluged in my phone via wifi and it seems to work the speedtest.

asrock B460M Pro4 Intel

Kingston 8x 2 16gb 3200mhz ddr4 Ram

RTX3060ti MSI Gaming X

500gb Msata samsung 980 pro

250gb SSD Samsung 850 evo

4tb Seagate HDD

i5 10400f CPU

 

I got this in sept 2021

Asrock B450M Pro4

 

So bad mobo?

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Yes I reinstalled and still locks up I'm thinking it's MOBO because the wifi to USB works fine unlike NiC

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5 hours ago, Elite Knight said:

Asrock B450M Pro4

 

So bad mobo?

Yes, because it's for AMD AM4 CPUs. What's your motherboard for real?

 

Motherboard BIOS fully up to date?

 

What's the brand and model of the PSU?

 

Why a gen4 SSD with a motherboard and CPU that doesn't support it?

 

What's speed is the RAM running? (it's never gonna run faster than 2666 with that CPU and motherboard)

XMP enabled? 

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Sorry b460m Intel I hit 5 by accident

psu: evga supernova 750 wat plat P2 fully modular.

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Update yes still not working everything ells works fine if i disable my onboard NIC use my phone as wifi.

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