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New Ram, computer restarts 3 times before booting

i just got new ram, and my pc restarts itself 3 times before letting me sign into windows, and i'm not quite sure how to fix this.

 

r5 1600

16gb 3kmhz ram ( used to be 8gb 2400mhz)

msi b350m gaming pro

rx 480 4gb

600w thermal take psu

 

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Have you tried a BIOS update?

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Draws 400 watts under max load, for reference.

 

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1 hour ago, crushface55 said:

i just got new ram, and my pc restarts itself 3 times before letting me sign into windows, and i'm not quite sure how to fix this.

 

r5 1600

16gb 3kmhz ram ( used to be 8gb 2400mhz)

msi b350m gaming pro

rx 480 4gb

600w thermal take psu

 

My old laptop actually did this this, don’t know if this’ll help but http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1767079/solved-turning-times-successful-startup.html

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1 hour ago, fasauceome said:

Have you tried a BIOS update?

this seems to work so far but i haven't let it sit cold for an hour or so.

usually wants it sits for a while it does that. hopefully it is fixed now though. :)

 

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@crushface55  It's memory training.  Some folks have found success by manually setting some timings or increasing voltages a little.  You can use something like Ryzen Timing Checker after you PC boots into Windows to see what your settings are and then setting those in BIOS instead of leaving those items on Auto.  

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