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Question Help - Computer Issue PSU?

mikeclio

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Hi
Please help, computer will blue screen of death constantly, maybe 3-10 times a hour or will just go blank and restart. I have done the following:
  1. Updated drivers
  2. Bios Update
  3. Uninstalled and reinstalled Graphic drivers
  4. Mem64 Test ( No problems)
  5. Graphic Stress Test ( No problems)
  6. Quick Scan on HD health
Faults i can remember of my head but normally it can be different errors
System Service Exception
IRLQ Not less or Equal

Pc Spec
Ryzen 3600
B450 Gaming Pro Carbon
Adata XPG D60s 16gb 3200
Palit Geforce RTX2070
PSU - Thermaltake
Thermaltake Smart BX1 RGB 650W PSU

Any help would be grateful, Im thinking of replacing the psu?
 

mikeclio

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Sorry got back from work yesterday, had abit of work todo and it just crashed constantly about 10 times in a hour. Then I ran otcc stress test in the background while doing some work and not a issue at all for hour. Came back saying no errors but as soon as stopped testing it crashed within 3-5mins.

Below thread seems to have the same issue but saying faulty CPU. Is there a better way to test the CPU ?
https://www.reddit.com/r/AMDHelp/comments/dgkcm2 View: https://www.reddit.com/r/AMDHelp/comments/dgkcm2/ryzen_5_3600_msi_b450_th_giving_me_bsod_hell/?utm_source=amp&utm_medium=&utm_content=post_body
 
If you know someone with a Ryzen CPU you could borrow, then you can test your system. Have you run a malware scan? System Service Exception can mean corrupted Windows Files, outdated drivers or viruses amongst other reasons.

Does your system restart or crash when playing games or under load, then your PSU may be an issue. Try with single sticks of RAM, could be a RAM issue as well. IRQL is a memory issue when a system process or driver attempts to access a memory address but cannot. It can be corrupt system files, incompatible device drivers or even faulty hardware.
 

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