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@Ecmslee : I have had the same issue with all uefi : 0211, 0402 and with the latest 0504
@Kelutrel : I do have a M.2 SSD (WDBLACK SN850 1TB). I have removed the film of the thermal pads, and the temperature is normal at around 54Â°C.
My graphic card is EVGA 3080 ti FTW3 and is not overheating. Plus I have never crashed while gaming, the crashes always occur when the system is pretty idle, or when I'm watching videos.
Your idea of suspecting the M.2 SSD or the graphic card is indeed good, but remember that when I don't use D.O.C.P the system is rock stable.
I don't see how using D.O.C.P will make the SSD or the graphic card overheat ? especially when the issue never happens while stress-testing the system, but rather when it's almost idle.
This is why the title of my post is "strange unstability issue". I have never encoutered such problem and that's why I'm completely lost on this one. And it's a shame because this setup cost me a lot of money.
12-31-2021 03:09 PM
@fcueto Actually in your initial message you said that you tried to disable D.O.C.P, and also tried to lower the ram frequency, but the issue was still there. This is why I discarded your ram as the source of the issue.
It may also look like a memory leak that slowly grows up and causes problems after 2-3 days of uptime. You may want to check, from the task manager CPU and Memory performance pages, the number of Handles and the Paged/NonPaged pool after a day or two, as it may be that a driver or an application is somehow continuously allocating resources without freeing them.
12-31-2021 07:43 PM
I have the following setup:
- ROG Crosshair VIII extreme
- Ryzen 5950x
- G.SKill ram F4-3600C16D-64GVK (2 x 32GB)
At "stock" ram speed (1333Mhz), everything works fine, the system is rock solid and I can use it for days without crashing.
When I enable D.O.C.P to get 1800Mhz, the system seems stable (I can run memtest and other stress tools for hours without error), but after 2 or 3 days of uptime, often at idle or when watching youtube videos, the system suddenly becomes unstable : I cannot launch any new task, I even cannot call the task manager, all running tasks becomes unresponsive one after another. Ultimately, all I can do is a forced shutdown/reboot.
I have no WHEA errors in my event viewer.
I tried adding some voltage to the SOC with no success (up to 1.17V). But I'm pretty sure the issue is not related to the SOC voltage because as I said, all stress tests run smoothly.
I tried to disable D.O.C.P and manually set the RAM timings and voltage (up to 1.5V instead of the 1.45V required for DOCP), but no success.
I also tried to lower the ram frequency to 1600Mhz but the issue remains.
Now I'm lost because I don't even know where my problem comes from. Motherboard ? processor ? RAM ?
Can someone help me on this ?
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