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Ryzen System Constantly Freezing

Backstory: So my PC is using a Gigabyte B450M DS3H and in the past month it keeps on crashing while watching videos, doing any light tasks such as internet browsing or just idling on my desktop, or when loading into the desktop. 

 

Here's what I have done so far:

  • Reseated my CPU, GPU, and my 2 4gb sticks of RAM
  • Switched my RAM sticks around
  • Unplugged every connectors and plugged them back in
  • Since safe mode seems to not crash, I ran CMD as administrator and ran sfc/scannow, which said it found corrupt files and repaired them but that did not work
  • Removed drivers for my graphics card and reinstalled it
  • Loaded optimized defaults (didn't work)
  • Idle temps ranges from 33 Celcius to at high 55 Celcius

Up until yesterday it has gotten worse. Now I cannot boot into my desktop without it crashing in 10 seconds. As of now I am considering buying an Asrock B450 Pro4 and seeing if that would work, but I'm starting to doubt it. 

 

How should I go about this? Reinstalling isn't an opyion because I have no where to backup my files and I'm considering buying another motherboard, the Asrock B450 PRO4.

 

System Specs

  • Ryzen 5 1500x
  • MSI AMD RX 570 ARMOR 8GB
  • G.Skill Ripjaws V Series (2x4) 8 gb
  • Gigabyte B450M DS3H
  • 1TB WD Blue Hard Drive 
  • EVGA 500BR
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Why is reinstalling not an option? before going out and buying a new mobo you should at least grab a cheap hdd somewhere and do a backup of your system. it's less expensive than a mobo and you need backup space anyways.

 

My Folding Stats

 

X  Vigilo Confido  X

 

 

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