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[SOLVED] Freshly Built Gaming PC

bmcconkey8

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So I just put together my computer. Everythings running great. Temps are awesome. But there is one thing my computer keeps restarting and I think its because the CPU is running at 5000Mhz.. Its an Intel Core i9 10900k 3.7 GHz

I haven't messed with any of the settings yet but I feel like that's what's causing it? Here is the rest of the build https://pcpartpicker.com/list/LFk4Mv. How would I turn it down to where it needs to be? and if that's not what ya'll think it is what else could it be??

Thank you!!!
 

Mtop

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In Bios, Turn offf XMP and overclocking, test see what happens.
Most modern performance Pc's will auto OC to a stable frequency.
Your 10900K should do fine at 5kMhz, could be your ram?
Is ram on the motherboards venor list?
 

bmcconkey8

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In Bios, Turn offf XMP and overclocking, test see what happens.
Most modern performance Pc's will auto OC to a stable frequency.
Your 10900K should do fine at 5kMhz, could be your ram?
Is ram on the motherboards venor list?
It's showing my ram is plugged in and working in the bios menu....
 

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