Question Checkboard artifacts lost display and restart

Oct 4, 2020
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hello!. ( sorry if english not the best)

so i just build a new pc a week ago and few days later it started to have random crashes with checkboard ( black and white ) artifacts
i lose display while sound still work and then the sound get distorted and pc restarts.
it all started ( i think ) when i turned dcop in the bios to take advantage of my 3200mhz ram.
crashes are random it can be 1 a day or 3 in 30 minutes.
all specs are new except the gpu which i took from my old pc ( temporary waiting on my new gpu )
most crashes happen when i use the browser and youtube.
i switched the gpu back to the old pc and it had a red screen and artifacts while loading windows and then lost display and crashed also.
but now it works fine for hours checked on both pcs.
gpu was fine untill i moved it to the new pc.
i did stress test on everything and it shows no errors on anything
i did ddu and uninstall all display drivers and still nothing helps
updated old drivers and still nothing
i have not oc the gpu on the new pc only played with that on the old one but never had artifacts

specs :

Ryzen 3700x
ssd adata 240gb
hdd seagate 1tb
corsair vengeance lpx 16gb ( 2*8 )
tuf gaming x570 plus wifi
power supply 750antec ea750g pro 80 plus modular
gpu rx 560 erez
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Description
A problem with your hardware caused Windows to stop working correctly.
Problem signature
Problem Event Name: LiveKernelEvent
Code: 141
Parameter 1: ffffa088e30a1010
Parameter 2: fffff8006c96ad00
Parameter 3: 0
Parameter 4: 52c
OS version: 10_0_19041
Service Pack: 0_0
Product: 256_1
OS Version: 10.0.19041.2.0.0.256.161
Locale ID: 8192
Extra information about the problem
Bucket ID: LKD_0x141_Tdr:6_IMAGE_amdkmdag.sys
Server information: afc80b5e-e183-49e7-b16d-724996c07e0a

default readeon wattman setting been restored due to an expected system failure



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SteveRX4

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Usually the Ryzen motherboards have a bios reset button on them. It can be on the motherboard or on the back panel.
Otherwise, yeah - you have to do the battery thing.
Remember - the PC has to be shutdown for this.
 
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