Hello, I am having issues after 10 days of using my Ryzen 5 5600x. I am having constant blue screens, and I have seen posts similar to my problem on Reddit and few other forums. My every blue screen was connected to ntoskrnl.exe. After disabling CBP in bios, pc stopped crashing. Now I am wondering, does that mean that my CPU is damaged since she is at stock 3,7Mhz and never goes over, or is it just a Windows fluke.
My guess is that maybe your cpu is damaged.
Many users with the 5000 series cpu have similar issues and my own 5900x cannot i manualy have to find cpuVcore in bios and change auto to 1,4v els it will make the pc crash in all games within 5 minutes.
But what you are seeing can have many reasons.
Example if your power supply is to small it can crash the computer ( if its less than 750w there is a chance that is the issue )
Also another reason could be your cpu coolers metal brackets that is touching some of the condensators on the motherboard.. check if your cpu cooler is touching anything els than the cpu and the screws
Also check if your motherboard is touching the back of your computer case.
Check if your harddisk bottom is touching metal.
Check all cables and maybe remove and insert them again.
Try to remove your ram and insert them again.. Look in your manual, they properbly need to be in A2 and B2 slot if you have two ram sticks.
tip.. never reuse cables from another power supply with another product.
Personaly i have RMA my CPU and is waiting for new cpu's to get in stock so i can return it.
I think its defective when it cannot by itself not crash the computer when the cpuVcore set to auto.
By the way i have a gigabyte 570x ultra card, but it also crash with the gigabyte 570x pro v1
Very long story short i changed all hardware and mixed it and so on and the cpu makes all games crash.
But typical i got the kernel power id 41 (63) and not other bugs.
PS.. its not the right thing to do to disable CBP, no point in owning a cpu where CBP is not turned on.
I bet if you go into bios and find cpuVcore and change auto to example 1,375 or 1,4volt and try then you will see that your pc run fine. ( and i can even run ram xmp at 3600mhz without problems as well. )
After 3½ month of issues my self that is the only solution that work for me to change cpuVcore voltage manualy.
Thank you so much for that nice reply, I appreciate it. All of my BSOD are kernel connected as well and I noticed this thing started happening to me since I changed my CPU cooler, from stock to dark rock pro 4, so it might be something with metal things touching each other. My PSU is 750w and fairly new. With 5600x I am using gtx1070. I will try to do voltage manually. Once again thank you so much for your kind reply.
Hello sir, I looked CPB and I have zero blue screens, the only solution is to return the CPU. I went back to my retailer and they were super friendly. They will test my CPU somewhere next week and they will return me my pc back the same day with the test results. They said there won't be any issues returning parts and getting a new one as well.
Thanks! My retailer, mindfactory, replied and told me that I should send to the manufacturer cause they don’t cover the warranty. So I RMA to amd yesterday and hope to get this resolved