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Ryzen 5 2600x stutter/black screen

Goodliving
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Im getting stutters/black screens while doing like nothing, opening any browser, pressing start menu button

 

Motherboard: MSI B350 Krait Gaming

Cpu: Ryzen 5 2600x

Ram: Hyperx Fury 8gb 3466MHz CL19 single slot 

GPU: Gigabyte 1070 ti

Psu: Evga GQ 750w 80+ gold

 

Fresh windows, new bios, tried with old 1050ti, old 550W psu, everything is the same. Trying to set  freq of rams, nothing changes, so i just put everything on default by now, but system is sooo unstable.

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Perhaps it's your RAM, try it in a different slot in your motherboard. Could also try a different ram stick if you have one, or maybe borrow one from a friend or something. 

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I tried it in another slot - same result. I ordered second same slot, so probably ill try it tommorow when it comes and ill post it here the results

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@Goodliving  Unstable RAM can cause video driver issues and I've found some higher voltages for DRAM can help cure those issues.  What DRAM voltage are you running?  If it's 1.35V then perhaps bringing it up just a bit, to 1.37V, may help.  

 

Also, are you on the latest BIOS for your mobo?

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Just got second slot of same ram - everything fixed, no more random stutters or black screens, could run bf1 on uktra without any problems with video running on second monitor. Probably that lowered my timings and that fixed it

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