Question Bottleneck or other else

May 24, 2019
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My system Configration
CPU AMD FX-8350 8Core AM3 16MB 4200MHz
M.board GA-970A-DS3P REV.2.0
GPU sapphire RX 470 4 GB
RAM (1x2gb+1x2gb+1x2gb+1x4gb) = 10 GB DDR3 Hyprex Fury
PSU Cooler Master V750
SSD WD 120 GB
SATA 2TB Seagate
SATA 1 TB WD
SATA 1 TB WD

I just upgrade only my CPU before i used AMD Athlon X2 250 and it was running smoothly.After upgrade in to FX 8350 problems start when i play games it automatically restart and some times hangs within 15-20 mints if system runs 30 minutes CPU fan run fast and making noise,i formatted my PC and done fresh win 10 64bit setup and update all drivers but problem not solve ,i remove all RAM and used only 4 GB (2x2) & also remove all SATA HDD but facing same issue.

i don't know what is the problem is this Bottleneck or other else please help me out of this .

My system Configration
CPU AMD FX-8350 8Core AM3 16MB 4200MHz
M.board GA-970A-DS3P REV.2.0
GPU sapphire RX 470 4 GB
RAM (1x2gb+1x2gb+1x2gb+1x4gb) = 10 GB DDR3 Hyprex Fury
PSU Cooler Master V750
SSD WD 120 GB
SATA 2TB Seagate
SATA 1 TB WD
SATA 1 TB WD

I just upgrade only my CPU before i used AMD Athlon X2 250 and it was running smoothly.After upgrade in to FX 8350 problems start when i play games it automatically restart and some times hangs within 15-20 mints if system runs 30 minutes CPU fan run fast and making noise,i formatted my PC and done fresh win 10 64bit setup and update all drivers but problem not solve ,i remove all RAM and used only 4 GB (2x2) & also remove all SATA HDD but facing same issue.

i don't know what is the problem is this Bottleneck or other else please help me out of this .
 

Lutfij

Titan
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You're not supposed to be using that processor on that board. For gaming on that platform, you're just waiting for that platform to burn/blow up. Just to entertain your question, are you on the latest BIOS update for your motherboard?

Why did you mix and match rams on your platform? You're supposed to pair them, meaning either go for a 2x2GB loadout or a 4x2GB load out or a 2x4GB or a 4x4GB.
 
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Wolfshadw

Titan
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Motherboard Specs Page

You definitely want to check the CPU temps while gaming. I would guess that the CPU is over-heating and throttling down. I'd also be concerned about the RAM configuration. I'd be looking for a 2x8GB or 4x4GB kit to replace what you have installed.

Given that revision 2 of that motherboard lists all processors as compatible with the default BIOS (FA), that shouldn't be causing any issues.

-Wolf sends
 

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