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New I9 computer crashes on blue screens.


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So I assembled a new computer system a few months ago.

I9 10900K 64GB processor And a board .

 

The problem is that the computer occasionally throws blue screens and just gets stuck. 

 

This is about 10 64 bit. 

 

I did an update for all the drivers and it seems that for a while everything worked properly, the blue screens do not show up regularly. 

 

I replaced the two sticks of memory space and here too there are still blue screens.

 

I ran a test for memories to see if everything was fine and the test passed successfully, as well as I ran a stress test to the processor and everything passed successfully.

 

The error messages that are displayed to me on the blue screen are different each time.

 

I would be happy for help what else can be checked. 

 

Thanks 

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According to the data you provided - the board with outdated BIOS (0407) - updated to the latest version version 1017 ->

https://dlcdnets.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/BIOS/PRIME-Z590-P-ASUS-1017.ZIP

 

The memories you have of the kingston khx3000c16d4 / 32gx model do not appear in the list of memories reviewed by the board manufacturer ->

https://www.asus.com/Motherboards-Components/Motherboards/PRIME/PRIME-Z590-P/HelpDesk_QVL_Memory/

 

The memories were better put in the slots recommended by the user manual 2 and 4 and not as I saw in the CPU-Z memory in SLOT # 3.

In the guide page 1-5 ->

https://dlcdnets.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/LGA1200/PRIME_Z590-P/E17714_PRIME_Z590-P_UM_WEB.pdf

 

 

 

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Thanks, I'll check for the BIOS update. 

 

The memories sat in slots 2 and 4 and I moved them a week ago to slots 1 and 3 to see if the problem might be due to a problematic slot.

 

These are the memories HyperX FURY Black 2x32GB 3200MHz CL16 It's not clear why it writes that it's Kingston's 

 

Thanks .

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Nobody's going to tell him to run XMP on the BIOS? are good...
Not necessarily related to crashes that you did not provide enough information about, but you are definitely throwing a commercial amount of performance in the trash.

 

Other options are: Bad VRM of the motherboard reaches 90+ degrees and causes electrical instability leading to collapse, problem , Overheating of the CPU leading to a crash and a lot of things related to memory or power supply.
 

Start downloading HWInfo and cinebench Run the rendering in cinebench and look at the temperatures.

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What is the package?

What is the screen card?

What is the cooling?

What power is there?

The board if not something for such a processor as hinted at.

The temperature is high and the processor slows down so as not to overheat, by and large it is working properly and in normal mode there should be no blue screen because of this on the CPU side, on the other hand it is not advisable to be in this temperature range in normal mode because there are less monitored components. Make sure all the fans are running, assuming the CPU cooling is reasonable and well connected I would do undervolting, manual underclocking to get away from the temp, performance loss is not expected to be noticeable, or alternatively limits the times the board allows the CPU to run automatically, Go crazy with the frequencies and power of this processor to be in the No. 1 game processor tests, in the next generation they improved the temp.

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As they wrote to you, undervolt urgent And also cooling replacement more suitable for the processor.
And regarding XMP you need to go to BIOS and find there in the settings of the memory the XMP and there select the profile of the 3200 MT / S, currently you are on 2400.

Anyway I'm going to keep betting that the temperature causes instability (not necessarily of the processor can also be of the VRM of the board).
And write down here also the result you got in cinebench that we will see what exactly is happening there for performance.

And as None77 requested will give the additional details about the system.

 

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The power of the package of your actual processor is 264W which is a lot, I would try to limit this value in the BIOS to 150W assuming that the turbo boost will work according to this power automatically, the value is PL2.

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Your CPU has 10 cores that can reach 5.3 GHz, what do you do with the computer?

In short, I would switch the power supply to a modern one with a larger power supply, and probably a fan as well, maybe if you make one of the recommendations recommended to you regarding the CPU you can stay with the fan at a 5-10% performance loss that you would not feel anyway.

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Your CPU has 10 cores that can reach 5.3 GHz, what do you do with the computer?

In short, I would switch the power supply to a modern one with a larger power supply, and probably a fan as well, maybe if you make one of the recommendations recommended to you regarding the CPU you can stay with the fan at a 5-10% performance loss that you would not feel anyway.

 The computer serves as a workstation for a three-and-a-half renderer.

 

I have now switched to supplying 650W of Antec.

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