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Old 29-06-18, 06:57 AM
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Since it's Event 41 that means it's a power loss issue. So something is causing your system to shut down.

Check all cables to make sure they are snug, make sure graphics card is seated all the way, make sure ram is seated securely with both tabs closed.

After that I would just run memtest and also try running with one stick of memory and then trying the other on memtest.

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Old 29-06-18, 09:00 AM
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event logs are pretty much useless next time it happens make a note of the bug check code on the blue screen or you could read the dmp file that gets created with a crash.
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Be sure to check the sub timings on your memories SPD information. I noticed on my 1800X, there were two of the sub timings that were not correctly set even when using DOCP.

Once I manual set these, all my little ghosts in the shell went away.
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