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Yeo 27-06-18 07:48 AM

Random ryzen crashes
 
Hi, I built my first computer at the end of last year. Occasionally my computer has been having random crashes. The mobo lights are still on but the peripherals and monitor are off, I cant force restart with the case power button. I have been turning off the power supply to restart the system.
Specs:
Ryzen 1600 - oc'ed to 3.7ghz with offest of .2v
Asus Strix B350-F
Asus Strix 1070 ti
G.Skill Trident Z RGB 3200mhz - can't get to 3200mhz, I understand now I have bought hynix ram and it doesn't play well with ryzen.
Corsair rm650x
Unsure why this happens maybe because of the ram, don't have the money right now to buy new ram to see. Have replaced the mobo to eliminate that.
Any tips appreciated thanks.:)

Dark NighT 27-06-18 09:05 AM

Have you updated the bios, as you didnt mention it ?


That might fix things.

WYP 27-06-18 09:44 AM

Is your overclock stable? You may also have better luck with your RAM if you update your BIOS.

Yeo 28-06-18 03:31 AM

Yep latest bios and oc seems stable, no issue When running the system for an extended period while working/ gaming.

AlienALX 28-06-18 10:01 AM

Have you looked at your event viewer to see exactly what is being reported when it crashes?

I would start there. This may give you an indication of what to look at.

NeverBackDown 29-06-18 03:07 AM

I believe if it is says Event 41 it will say something about power loss.

So if event viewer says that it can mean pretty much anything, however I had that before and I started with the power supply. I found out that using ONLY the cables that ship with your power supply is highly recommended. I mixed up a seasonic hdd cable and a corsair one and it would give me endless trouble. After discovering that and putting it in a corsair one it fixed the issue and never had a problem. So what was happening was probably more or less the power supply going into a safe mode and shutting down probably from some over current protection or whatever.

So try looking at cables and if they are securely snug. If it's a cable in my experience the shut downs are random/inconsistent which seems to be your issue.

Excalabur50 29-06-18 04:53 AM

I had issues with my system running the RGB Trident Z swapped it out for Flare X and zero issues since so see if your store where you bought it will let you swap

Yeo 29-06-18 06:06 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by NeverBackDown (Post 981827)
I believe if it is says Event 41 it will say something about power loss.

So try looking at cables and if they are securely snug. If it's a cable in my experience the shut downs are random/inconsistent which seems to be your issue.

I have a kingston a400 and WD blue, neither came with cables so using power supply cables.
In event viewer it says
[ Name] Microsoft-Windows-Kernel-Power
[ Guid] {331C3B3A-2005-44C2-AC5E-77220C37D6B4}

EventID 41

Version 6

Level 1

Task 63

Opcode 0

Keywords 0x8000400000000002

- TimeCreated

[ SystemTime] 2018-06-27T05:33:34.827561800Z

EventRecordID 4693

This is for the most recent crash, unsure if this helps.

Yeo 29-06-18 06:10 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Excalabur50 (Post 981828)
I had issues with my system running the RGB Trident Z swapped it out for Flare X and zero issues since so see if your store where you bought it will let you swap

I actually bought the ram sticks overseas, it may be possible for me to swap them for b-die memory.

Excalabur50 29-06-18 06:48 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Yeo (Post 981831)
I actually bought the ram sticks overseas, it may be possible for me to swap them for b-die memory.

If you can do it, you'll find less issues with B- die


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