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PC Restarts or Shuts off after about a minute of use

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by JuanColm2003, Sep 7, 2019.

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  1. JuanColm2003

    JuanColm2003 Thread Starter

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    I recently replaced my Motherboard, Ram, and CPU for my PC. I noticed after installing everything that my pc would run for a bit then restart or shut off. When it does shut off, my motherboard displays an orange led that the manual says is an issue with ram. I have replaced the Ram, Motherboard and have used a fresh install of windows but have seen no results. I am lost at what to do and i cannot find anything else online.
    Specs:
    -Gtx 1060 6gb
    -Asus B450-F
    -Ryzen 5 2600x
    -Corsair Vengeance LPX 2x8 3200mhz RAM
    -EVGA 600B PSU
    -Windows 10 Home
     
  2. crjdriver

    crjdriver Moderator

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    Can you run in the bios for an unlimited amount of time or does it restart when in the bios also?
    Next your ram should be fine. I have used corsair vengeance lpx on a number of ryzen builds and it works great. That ram does need at least 1.35V vdimm or ram voltage. Your bios should default to 1.2V. I generally set 1.37V however that is me and you may not be comfortable running that vdimm.

    If you can run in the bios, post your temps and voltages; specifically cpu temp, 12V, 5V, and 3.3V values.
     
  3. JuanColm2003

    JuanColm2003 Thread Starter

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    Yeah I can run BIOS indefinitely
    Voltages say
    •CPU Core Voltage: +1.395V
    •3.3V Voltage: +3.335V
    •5V Voltage: +5.041V
    •12V Voltage: +12.229V

    Temps say
    •CPU Temp: +47C
    •Motherboard Temp: +32C
    •PCH Temp: +37C
    •T_Sensor Temp: N/A
     
  4. crjdriver

    crjdriver Moderator

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    Those look OK. Did you let it run for a while in the bios to stabilize temps/voltages?
    Boot the system with a memtest usb and test your memory. Let memtest run for at least 1hr to see if you get any errors.
    https://www.memtest.org/
    I notice on the support page there are a lot of bios updates that address stability issues. Are you running the latest bios?
    If you do update the bios, use EZFlash which is a utility built into the bios. Do not attempt to use any windows program to update the bios. Be sure you read and fully understand the flashing procedure. A bios update is not difficult however an incorrect flash can render your board unbootable ie junk.
     
  5. Blu_86

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    Try setting XMP on your memory in your BIOS in an Asus AMD BIOS it's called DOCP. Enable that. It should default to 1.35v and proper XMP settings. Ryzen boards are safe up to 1.4v if you need extra voltage.
     
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