07-24-2022 06:31 PM
07-24-2022 10:30 PM
07-26-2022 05:02 PM
Silent Scone@ROG wrote:
The white pixelated lines and screen artefacts point towards a GPU issue.
First and foremost you need to make sure there is no overclock whatsoever.
This means Optimised Defaults. No XMP enabled, and no PBO.
Are you using a GPU riser cable?
Are you able to use an alternative GPU to test?
07-26-2022 07:09 PM
07-27-2022 05:14 PM
Does the issue also occur on ROG CROSSHAIR VIII HERO BIOS 4201 and PRIME X570-PRO BIOS 4403 with bios all default settings(no OC)?
Do you have the issue since first build or after any settings or components changed?
Have you tried new sticks of RAM and another SSD to install windows?
07-27-2022 12:12 AM
07-27-2022 05:21 PM
T-Group Ram, you mention, its config 4x16 (is that two kits of 2x16) with 'TF4D432G3600HC18JDC01' as that is 2x16 kit.
From what I read of your posts, you have a memory issue going on. Try using one 2x16 kit (DOCP 3600) (on its own from CPU ram slots 2 & 4) and see if the issue goes. Just be aware, your install of windows was most likely corrupted if you had memory issue when install is done.
For x4 DDR4 kit, you really need to be sure it is approved for use, you can get 2 X nearly anything to work these days (even this had issues back in the day), but not 4 X Anything https://www.amd.com/en/products/ryzen-compatible-memory
I doubt these kits were ever approved or made to be used 4xRAM. Be interesting to know who is the manufacturer of the actual ram chips, Hynix or Micron (at a guess) CL 18 @ 3600
07-28-2022 06:58 AM
Interesting. I could've swore I checked compatibility when I bought everything, but now it doesn't appear so. However, yes, it is two kits. If that is the issue, I wonder why it ran solid for about eight months. Think it just gave finally?
11-29-2022 12:57 PM
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