While sitting idly in game menus or while playing games, my system crashes. It is a hard hang with no BSOD. This only occurs when in a game. It can happen with any of the games I play, none of which are very demanding (CSGO, Overwatch, civ 5)
My build is as follows
CPU 2700x stock cooler
Gigabyte Vega 64
Corsair RMx 750W power supply
Corsair Vengence LPX 2 x 8 GB 3000mhz
MSI b450 gaming pro carbon AC
Temperatures are completely in range, it crashes with the GPU at 40 degrees and the CPU at 60
Event viewer has nothing useful, just a Kernel power - Event ID 41 - Task Category 63. There are no other errors immediately before this error
I have replaced the power supply and the error occurs regardless of which power supply is used
The b450 motherboard has debugging lights on it. The CPU light is lit after the crash. I have to hold the power button down to shut off and turn the system back on, as it is completely response less otherwise
I have absolutely no idea what it could be, and am basically about to chuck out this entire system. The only unusual thing I have seen is that hardware monitor lists the ram voltage as 1.216 (this never changes) and my bios has it as 1.3
All chipsets and drivers are completely up to date and the most recent.
manveerj, please look at Details in the lower panel of the log and post the BugcheckCode. You can also use the Filter on the right and filter for Critical and see all your hangs. Thanks and enjoy, John.
The bugcheckcode is "0" as shown below. I also ran the windows memory diagnostic and no errors were found.
Hi there, are you doing any kind of overclocking to your ram, cpu or graphics card? And on that note, can you post what your cpu & ram are running at according to the bios? Also, posting which bios you're on could be helpful.
All settings are at stock for CPU, ram, and GPU.
CPU 3.7 ghz
Bios version 7B85v1B. It is the most recent and up to date bios for the MB
I just tried setting the RAM speed to DDR4 3000 in the mobo, and that seemed to create a lot of issues. After setting it to DDR4, the fan speed of the CPU ramped it self up well beyond the normal fan curve, even though temperatures were normal (45 degrees C). On the next boot up, the MoBo automatically launched its own Debugging feature, and it ended up freezing there. I hard reset the system and reverted the ram speed to AUTO, and it's gone back to normal.
manveerj, I should have asked for a screenshot of Ryzen Master (RM) - simply drag-n-drop the image into your reply. Also post a screenshot of CPU-Z, MB tab showing BIOS/AGESA versions. How often does this happen? Could you run with only one stick of memory to see if it fails with one but not the other? Thanks and enjoy, John.
Hope you are having a happy holidays.
I have tested both sticks of RAM individually. It crashed with both. I read somewhere that MSI MBs were optimized for slots 2 and 4 (mine were originally in 1 and 3), and it crashed again. The memory is running with XMP disabled currently.
Ryzen Master and CPU Z SS below
Thanks, manveerj. Please stop running PBO. Do a Clear CMOS. Run a single core test of Cinebench R20. The RM looks OK except for the PBO. Post an RM SS when running R20, but please this time, do not cut off the bottom. Thanks and enjoy, John.
Cinebench single core score was a 412. CMOS was cleared by touching a screwdriver to the two jbat pins for 10 seconds. Ryzen master screenshot attached