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Agatkon
Adept I

AMD Ryzen 7 5700G unstable and BSOD window 10,11

Hi all.
It seems to me that the new Ryzen 5000 processors will no longer be able to work stably with the GPU.
As soon as I bought the B550 Gaming X V2 motherboard and the Ryzen 5700g processor, I had a BSOD epic (irql_not_less_or_equal, driver_irql_not_less_or_equal) and a complete dying in sleep mode.
Changed everything, memory, motherboard, ssd.
Downloaded the latest BIOS, installed the latest drivers.
10 times reinstalled the Windows 10, 11 operating system but nothing helps.
I think the same situation with other Ryzen 5000x processors.
Can anyone give advice?
Most likely it will be necessary to return to the Intel platform.
The pursuit of Intel by AMD has led to a complete failure.

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Agatkon
Adept I

I seem to have fixed this issue.
I understand that the video core of the Ryzen 5000 + GPU processors needs memory with maximum speed.
It is because of the slow memory that successive freezes and crashes occur.
For stable operation of the GPU, you need very fast memory, or reduce the frequency of the GPU cores in the BIOS.

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It was possible to simply overclock the memory to 3666mHz.
What BIOS changes did I make.
I realized that the video core of the Ryzen 7 5700g is very powerful and the cutoff
frequencies of the GPU are in the range of 1750 - 2100 mHz.
Conventional 3200 mHz memory in dual-channel mode can provide a maximum of 1600 mHz
So I'll have to raise the memory multiplier from 32 (1:16) to 36.66 (3:55),
it's good that I can adjust this in the BIOS.
Well, of course, it was necessary to slightly increase the timings in the XMP profile,
by default they were 18-20-20-42-62. had to downgrade to 22-22-22-52-74.
About a miracle, the computer stopped going into BSOD.
Not only that, he now wakes up from sleep mode without freezes and problems.

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Agatkon
Adept I

I seem to have fixed this issue.
I understand that the video core of the Ryzen 5000 + GPU processors needs memory with maximum speed.
It is because of the slow memory that successive freezes and crashes occur.
For stable operation of the GPU, you need very fast memory, or reduce the frequency of the GPU cores in the BIOS.

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Agatkon
Adept I

I provide a complete solution to the problem.
The memory I have is not recommended QVL for the motherboard,
but with support for XMP 2.0.
So the spec:
Ryzen 7 5700g processor,
GIGABITE B550 GAMING X V.2 motherboard,
Hikvision-3200mHz HKED4161DAA2F0/16g 4 stiks memory (tot. 64g).c1.pngc2.pngc3.png

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It was possible to simply overclock the memory to 3666mHz.
What BIOS changes did I make.
I realized that the video core of the Ryzen 7 5700g is very powerful and the cutoff
frequencies of the GPU are in the range of 1750 - 2100 mHz.
Conventional 3200 mHz memory in dual-channel mode can provide a maximum of 1600 mHz
So I'll have to raise the memory multiplier from 32 (1:16) to 36.66 (3:55),
it's good that I can adjust this in the BIOS.
Well, of course, it was necessary to slightly increase the timings in the XMP profile,
by default they were 18-20-20-42-62. had to downgrade to 22-22-22-52-74.
About a miracle, the computer stopped going into BSOD.
Not only that, he now wakes up from sleep mode without freezes and problems.

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Yes, I completely forgot to say about
the drivers and operating system that I use...

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Agatkon
Adept I

Unfortunately, the processor had to be replaced with a Ryzen 5 4600G.
As I wrote earlier, instability has not disappeared anywhere.
After a day of successful work, all the faults returned back.
The first AMD processor that I would not recommend for purchase.

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Agatkon
Adept I

I came up with a new name for this processor... CucuRyzen 7 **bleep** 5700g

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