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3700x and BSOD

Discussion in 'Processors and motherboards AMD' started by LordSoth, Jul 12, 2019 at 8:49 PM.

  1. LordSoth

    LordSoth Member Guru

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    Got a new AMD 3700X and i have had nothing but BSOD non stop since installing it.

    Anyone else having this problem or just me.

    Asus strix b450-f gaming. Latest Bios (2406) and chipset drivers.
    RAM: Corsair 16gX4m2a2666c16 (16.0,18,18,35,53)
     
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  2. Aura89

    Aura89 Ancient Guru

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    There's different chipsets with the naming Asus strix gaming f
     
  3. DW75

    DW75 Maha Guru

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    What RAM do you have, and what speed, timings, RAM voltage, and SOC voltage are you using ? It is most likely a RAM related issue.
     
  4. Caesar

    Caesar Master Guru

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  5. LordSoth

    LordSoth Member Guru

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    Went from 1700 to a 3700X, everything else is the same hardware wise (ram/HDD) etc.
     
  6. Webhiker

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    Have you tried uninstalling NVIDIA drivers using DDU and then install a slimmed version of NVIDIA drivers ?
    I play Apex Legends a lot and for some reason NVIDIA experience is giving rare crashes in that game.
    But running a slimmed version of NVIDIA drivers gives 100% stability.

    Extract the driver (with any compression tool like WinRAR or 7zip), delete every folder except for the following

    Display.Driver

    HDAudio (if you don't use HDAudio then just delete that folder also)

    NVI2

    PhysX

    Open the setup.cfg file with any text editor, scroll down to the bottom and delete the following lines

    <file name="${{EulaHtmlFile}}"/>

    <file name="${{FunctionalConsentFile}}"/>

    <file name="${{PrivacyPolicyFile}}"/>

    and save. Install drivers normally afterwards. NVENC is still usable for recording with OBS or Afterburner.
     
  7. Geryboy

    Geryboy Ancient Guru

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    New Win install? or just swapped CPU and chipset install over the old ones?

    it's either chipset and old Win setup, or RAM imo.
     
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    Aura89 Ancient Guru

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  9. Webhiker

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    Hence why he should try with a slimmed / clean driver.
    Don't know if it will make any difference, but it's worth a try.
     
  10. Clouseau

    Clouseau Ancient Guru

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    Switched out for a new monitor...HDR600 certified, crashes constantly, solution disable Ansel. That pos has been the bane of my rig. That is what I would try first and most likely why the slimmed down version gave stability. Initially the crashes were related to not setting the color output to 10bit. But even afterward it still had the intermittent freezes and crashes.
     

  11. CPC_RedDawn

    CPC_RedDawn Ancient Guru

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    try the leaked 435.27 driver that is on these forums, I am using this driver and have not had a single BSOD with my 3900X.

    Also dont use the XMP/DOCP profile for your memory, manually input the speed, voltage, and timings I have had issues with my board booting using the DOCP option. Just copy the same settings as the DOCP but manually input them your self.

    Also, use the Ryzen Power Profile as this contains the Windows 1903 fixes and will use the 1ms timer rather than the 15ms timer of balanced profile.

    ps/ i am using a crosshair vi hero x370 board.
     
  12. gerardfraser

    gerardfraser Ancient Guru

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    I went from 2600X to 3600X chipset 1.07.07.0725 with Nvidia RTX 2080 431.36 Driver and have not had problems.Like posted above do not use XMP profiles.Ram can definitely crash the new CPU easily.
    I have seen a few people having troubles with 3900X and the link provided Caesar make the most sense.Yes it does suck but keep trying different drivers and Ram settings.
     
  13. Fox2232

    Fox2232 Ancient Guru

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    @LordSoth : You have non-stop BSODs, but did not provide code, nor text.
    As for usual Zen behavior. When CPU does not have sufficient voltage for operation, it causes hard freeze... no BSOD.
    I would expect memory configuration.

    But you should really provide BSODs details and if they are same or differ from time to time. (I tend to believe you should know if it is still same or multiple ones by now.)
     
  14. Kool64

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    Check your event log for WHEA error 17. I just got my 3700x yesterday and I have nothing but BSoDs because of some issue. Unfortunately it’s probably not just an Nvidia issue because I’m getting WHEA errors related to me Samsung NVME SSD as well. I have not been able to get it working. I hope it’s a BIOS issue and not a bad chip.
     

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