Motherboard.....ASRock 970 Extreme 4
CPU ................ AMD FX 8350
GPU................. Gigabyte Radeon r9 380
Ram................ Corsair vengence 1866mhz 16GB (4x4)
Psu...................Ambiance Bronze 750w
OS...................Windows 7 ultimate
Fresh build with all the latest drivers installed.
main problem is it blank screens and crashers
I have done some reading and i think it is a compatability prblem between Motherboard and CPU ,have new MB on order ..
hope this helps
Is the card a 4gb or 2gb model.
The 4gb model requires an 8 pin pcie power connecter, and from what I can find your psu has only 6 pin connecters.
If you go to the "processor" section of this forum and read any of the "FX-8350 freezing/overheating" type threads you will find the procedures that are required to determine what the issue is with your system be it overheating, BIOS settings, or other issues. You need to go thru a diagnostic process to find the problem before you can fix it. The applet OCCT or similar will record the CPU temp, frequency, vcore voltage, etc. when your PC is operating to assist you in determining what the problem might be.
One important point regarding the 16GB of RAM. If you did not buy the 16GB as ONE matched kit of 16GB then the RAM timings set in the SPD of the DIMMs will be too fast for multiple DIMMs as the timings are for an individual DIMM unless purchased as a matched set. The RAM timings will need to be slowed so the processor has time to read/write to all cells of the RAM or you will experience BSOD, freezing and other issues. You can contact Corsair tech support to see what RAM settings to use and then manually set them in the BIOS.
You can also use Memtest86+ V5 or newer to check for RAM issues.
I had the same issue with my old ASRock 970 Extreme 3 and FX 6300. One thing I found helped was going into the BIOS and turning Turbo OFF. For some reason, the 970 and Turbo do not get along. Also if you are using overclocking options, turn them off. The 970 can't handle them sadly.